Video: Housing Supply and Regulation – Market Trends and New Regulatory Programs
Monday, May 30, 2016, 8:59 p.m.
Wednesday, May 31, 2017, 8:59 p.m. CDT
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Housing Supply and Regulation – Market Trends and New Regulatory Programs
Course Description: Housing demand again matches market conditions from 2007. This session will review the housing market, demographic trends, local incentive programs like AUD for workforce housing; as well as public and private options to help combat the senior housing crises.
The Takeaway: Students will leave with an understanding of the City’s new AUD program and what housing projects might look like, compared to the old ‘average unit density’ program. Students will also learn about inter-generational housing and the popularity of this design in different ethnic groups. Finally, speakers from the senior housing market will discuss specific challenges, such as financing and other impacts like student housing and vacation rentals.
Bios: Lisa Plowman has worked in land use planning for over 28 years and has extensive experience in both the public and private sectors. She worked for the County of Santa Barbara for 11 years and managed the Long Range Planning Division from 2003-2006 where she oversaw Community Plan Updates. Over the last 10 years she has partnered with local architects and larger consultant teams in the early stages of projects and facilitates the creation and approval of well-designed projects that are supported by the community. Now with RRM Design Group she continues to strategize with clients and designers. Lisa also specializes in facilitating design charrette processes. Robert J. Dayton has over 20 years experience in Transportation Engineering, Planning, and Environmental Sustainability. He has worked in both the public and private sectors to provide leadership to cities and businesses on how to make balanced transportation choices. Mr. Dayton has a Bachelor of Science in Urban and Regional Planning and Public Administration from the University of Southern California and is a member of the Institute of Transportation Engineers. He has been a guest speaker at various conferences including the American Planning Association and League of California Cities. He is currently the Principal Transportation Planner for the City of Santa Barbara. Renee Brooke, AICP, has 17 years of experience in land use planning, including 15 years with the City of Santa Barbara. As City Planner, she currently manages a group of 30 diverse planners in four sections: Long Range Planning and Special Studies, Design Review and Historic Preservation, Development and Environmental Review, and Zoning and Enforcement. Ms. Brooke also has experience as a project manager for the City’s former Redevelopment Agency and as a Coastal Program Analyst for the California Coastal Commission. She has a Bachelor of Science in City and Regional Planning from California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo, and has been actively involved in APA for 20 years.