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Changing Development Standards for Affordable Housing by Welford Sanders
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Welford Sanders
Publisher
American Planning Association
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Pages
30
ISBN
9781611900224
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Paperback
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Zoning and subdivision regulations that guided the single-family tract housing of the 1960s and 1970s are inappropriate for the townhouses, clustered homes, duplexes, mobile homes, and apartments that dominate today's housing market. This report looks at how local governments have updated their site development standards both to fit the changing needs of the housing market and to make housing more affordable. Techniques such as right-of-way width reduction, cluster development, and the reduction of setback requirements allows for housing to be built at much greater densities, thereby reducing the cost of the homes. Case studies show four different ways to approach the updating of standards that have been applied across the country.

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