PCL’s new report identifies criteria to ensure that infill development is equitable, affordable, and does not result in the displacement of existing residents.
gentrification and displacement
In its first four years, the Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities program (AHSC) has provided more than $1.1 billion in funding to support 101 integrated… Read More »
The Funders’ Network recently shared the results of their three-year Turning the Corner: Monitoring Neighborhood Change to Prevent Displacement report, which piloted a research model… Read More »
The San Francisco Foundation worked closely with community leaders to develop a comprehensive and easy-to-use data and policy tool to help create a more equitable… Read More »
Enterprise Community Partners launched the Design Matters toolkit to equip developers to make support sustainable, resilient, equitable and community-focused developments
The UCLA Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies report provides a conceptual framework for how more people can live and work near transit in ways… Read More »
PolicyLink, the Right To The City Alliance, and the Center for Popular Democracy challenge policymakers nationwide to respond to the call for rent control, which… Read More »
A new report from the California Housing Partnership shows that recent state initiatives designed to stimulate production of more affordable rental housing have yet to… Read More »
This report, funded by the California Community Foundation (CCF), Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, Enterprise Community Partners, Office of Mayor Eric Garcetti, and Weingart Foundation, summarizes… Read More »
This report lays out and assesses the Governor’s housing proposals so far.