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Affordable Housing: Land Use Regulations and Partnerships with Public Facility Corporations

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Affordable Housing: Land Use Regulations and Partnerships with Public Facility Corporations
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Session 01: Affordable Housing: Land Use Regulation to Increase and Preserve Affordable Housing  - Recently a small group of cities and several entire states have done the unthinkable: they've bucked a century of US planning practice and have begun to allow smaller, cheaper housing units to be built on single-family lots. Texas cities are contemplating doing something similar, will housing affordability for residents of such neighborhoods be helped or harmed? 

Session 02: Partnerships with Public Facility Corporations: A Good Tool for Affordable Housing? - Private partnerships with public facility corporations—and the generous tax breaks they provide—can be a tool for generating affordable housing in Texas. But these partnerships also present numerous pitfalls. This panel explores these pitfalls and how they can be addressed, what local jurisdictions should look out for, and the latest developments at the state capitol to reform this tool.

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  • Total Credit Hours:
  • 2.00
  • Credit Info
  • TX, CA
  • Specialization: Administrative Law | Oil, Gas and Mineral Law | Property Owners Association Law | Real Estate Law
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 6/30/2024

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1. Affordable Housing: Land Use Regulation to Increase and Preserve Affordable Housing  (Jun 2023)

Jake Wegmann, Awais Azhar, Nicole Joslin, Zachary Krochtengel

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Affordable Housing: Land Use Regulation to Increase and Preserve Affordable Housing  (Jun 2023)

Recently a small group of cities and several entire states have done the unthinkable: they've bucked a century of US planning practice and have begun to allow smaller, cheaper housing units to be built on single-family lots. Texas cities are contemplating doing something similar, will housing affordability for residents of such neighborhoods be helped or harmed? 

Originally presented: Apr 2023 Land Use Conference

Jake Wegmann, The University of Texas at Austin - Austin, TX
Awais Azhar, The University of Texas at Austin - Austin, TX
Nicole Joslin, Capital A Development - Austin, TX
Zachary Krochtengel, Armory Square Development - Dallas, TX

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2. Partnerships with Public Facility Corporations: A Good Tool for Affordable Housing? (Jun 2023)

Skye Masson, Cynthia L. Bast, Heather K. Way

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Partnerships with Public Facility Corporations: A Good Tool for Affordable Housing? (Jun 2023)

Private partnerships with public facility corporations—and the generous tax breaks they provide—can be a tool for generating affordable housing in Texas. But these partnerships also present numerous pitfalls. This panel explores these pitfalls and how they can be addressed, what local jurisdictions should look out for, and the latest developments at the state capitol to reform this tool.

Originally presented: Apr 2023 Land Use Conference

Skye Masson, City of Georgetown - Georgetown, TX
Cynthia L. Bast, Locke Lord LLP - Austin, TX
Heather K. Way, The University Of Texas School Of Law - Austin, TX