CCOG U: Housing's Missing Middle - Communities as Part of the Problem and Solutions

APA North Carolina Chapter

#9177084

Wednesday, June 12, 2019
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. EDT

Charlotte, NC, United States

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Overview

Unknowingly, local governments may be creating barriers to affordable housing options in their communities. Whether it's an onerous process or an adopted policy, by identifying and addressing unintended obstacles local governments can at least be sure they're not part of the housing problem. At this session attendees will learn about local and regional housing issues and how local government codes and ordinances may, intentionally or not, alleviate or exacerbate the issues.

Speakers

Richard Buttimer

Richard Buttimer is the Director of UNC-Charlotte’s Childress Klein Center for Real Estate and is a Senior Distinguished Professor of Real Estate and Professor of Finance with the Belk College. Dr. Buttimer’s primary areas of research are the application of options theory to problems in real estate and ... Read More

Chad Meadows

Chad Meadows, AICP, is an urban planner with over 25 years of public and private sector experience. As founder and Principal of CodeWright Planners in Durham, he has drafted over 23 development codes for governments across the country. He has also worked as a public sector planner in Oregon, Florida ... Read More

Contact Info

Jason Wager, jwager@centralina.org