Rick Jacobus: Inclusionary Housing – Creating and Maintaining Equitable Communities; National Community Land Trust Network, Cornerstone Partnership and Lincoln Institute of Land Policy; 2015.

This report provides a good overall review of the current thinking about inclusionary zoning practices in the US, particularly by  drawing extensively upon recent research and studies in the field.  Included are chapters on designing a program, understanding the economics, preparing for administration, and other key topics  (read the report).

 

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Is Inclusionary Zoning Inclusionary?

Heather L. Schwartz, et al:  Is Inclusionary Zoning Inclusionary?  A Guide for Practitioners;  The RAND Corporation; 2012.

This study, through an analysis of the impact of 11 representative inclusionary programs across the US, examines who these programs have benefitted, and how well they have fostered social inclusiveness.  Read the report

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Affordable Housing Mandates

Richard Drdla Associates:  Affordable Housing Mandates: Regulatory Measures used by States, Provinces and Metropolitan Areas to Support Affordable Housing; CMHC, August 2001.

This report examines the affordable housing mandates that have been used in the US and Canada to oblige  municipalities to provide for affordable housing.  It focuses mainly on the demanding mandates in New Jersey, California, and Massachusetts, but also looks at others in British Columbia, Ontario and elsewhere.  Under the best of these mandates, municipalities are obliged to use the planning regulations and development approval process to provide for affordable housing in affirmative and effective ways going well beyond the  “good planning” practices seen in Canada.  Read the Report.

Inclusionary Housing and its Impact on Housing and Land Markets

David Rosen:   Inclusionary Housing and its Impact on Housing and Land Markets;  NHC Affordable Housing Policy Review; 2004.

This report examines new construction permit data from 1981 to 2001 in 28 Californian cities to determine impact of inclusionary zoning programs on the production of market housing.   Read the paper

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On Common Ground: Joint Principles on Inclusionary Housing Policies

The Non-Profit Housing Association of Northern California & the Home Builders Association of Northern California: On Common Ground: Joint Principles on Inclusionary Housing Policies; July 2005.

This paper sets out a set of recommended principles, jointly agreed both by these non-profit and builders organizations, that should be incorporated in inclusionary zoning programs in order to enhance their effectiveness in producing affordable units.  Read the report.

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Affordable by Choice: Trends in California Inclusionary Housing Programs

Affordable by Choice: Trends in California Inclusionary Housing Programs; Non-Profit Housing Association of Northern California & California Coalition for Rural Housing; 2007.

This report presents the key findings of the 2006 comprehensive survey of inclusionary housing practices in California.  Read the report

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Inclusionary Housing in California: 30 Years of Innovation

Inclusionary Housing in California: 30 Years of Innovation; Non-Profit Housing Association of Northern California & California Coalition for Rural Housing; July 2003.

This report draws upon the findings of comprehensive 2003 state-wide survey of inclusionary housing practices to examine how inclusionary housing has evolved in California.  Read the report.

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Delivering on the Promise of Inclusionary Housing

Rick Jacobus:  Delivering on the Promise of Inclusionary Housing:  Best Practices in Administration and Monitoring; Policy Link; 2007.

This paper examines the administrative measures used in the US to protect the affordability of the affordable units produced through inclusionary zoning programs.   Read the paper.

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Inclusionary Housing, Incentives,and Land Value Recapture

Nico Calavita and Alan Mallach: Inclusionary Housing, Incentives, and Land Value Recapture; Land Lines, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy; January 2009.

This paper puts forward and explores using inclusionary housing programs as a way of explicitly recapturing for the public benefit some part the gain in land  value resulting from public decisions to re-zone land, and now going unearned to the land owners.   Read the paper.

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Large Cities and Inclusionary Zoning

Nicholas Brunick, et al:  Large Cities and Inclusionary Zoning; Business and Professional People for the Public Interest; November 2003.

This paper explores the benefits of inclusionary zoning in large cities, and provides brief case studies  of the five programs in Boston, San Francisco, San Diego, Denver and Sacramento.   Read the paper.

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