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Modeling Inclusionary Zoning’s Impact on Housing Production in Los Angeles: Tradeoffs and Policy Implications

A new report, authored by Shane Phillips at the UCLA Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies and published by the Terner Center, explores the impacts of Inclusionary Zoning (IZ) on housing production…
Commentary and Analysis

Upcoming Event: What’s at stake for housing in the 2024 elections?

Join the Terner Center & Labs on Monday, April 15 for a reception and panel discussion focused on what’s at stake for housing in the 2024 election in California and nationally. Our…

Comparing ADU Permitting Time Inside and Outside the Coastal Zone

Author: Quinn Underriner California legislators are looking for a variety of ways to streamline building across California to help the state meet its housing needs. These efforts have caused a renewed interest…
Commentary and Analysis

2024 Legislative Preview: Housing and Homelessness Legislation Amid New Leadership and Budgetary Challenges

In a year of new leadership in the California legislature and significant budgetary hurdles, California's 2024 legislative session proves to be another year of key legislation aiming to address the state’s widespread…
Commentary and Analysis
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Housing Technology Series Event 3: Equitable Homeownership Innovations

The third symposium in the Housing Technology series hosted by Terner Labs and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. This virtual event will investigate the appropriate role of technology in…
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Past Webinar: Climate, Housing, and Transportation in California

Land use policy reform to allow infill and denser housing is increasingly recognized as a key strategy for decreasing pollution and greenhouse gas emissions from transportation in California. However, despite more than…