New White Paper Examines PUDs and Housing Affordability

In its latest white paper, Housing Affordability Institute examines planned unit developments (PUDs) and how this zoning variance can negatively impact housing affordability.

Planned unit developments are privately negotiated agreements between a developer and the local unit of government with jurisdiction over land use approvals in which the goal is to achieve density other than what is allowed under zoning controls.

Housing Affordability Institute’s Affordability Roadblocks series highlights housing policy issues having adversely impacted housing affordability and access.

You can access this and other whitepapers in Housing Affordability Institute’s Policy Center