Inclusionary Housing Initiatives in North Carolina: A Case Studies Approach Public Deposited

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  • Arkin, Dyan
    • Other Affiliation: Community Planner and Development Coordinator, Department of Housing and Community Development, Greensboro, NC
  • Bardsley, Roger
    • Other Affiliation: Department of Community and Economic Development, Guilford County
  • Boswell, Denise
    • Other Affiliation: Senior Planner, Planning and Development Services, Wilson, NC
  • Heard, Joe
    • Other Affiliation: Director of Planning and Inspection, Kitty Hawk, NC
  • Lentz, Rodger
    • Other Affiliation: Director of Planning and Development Services, Wilson, NC
  • Reid, Cindy
    • Other Affiliation: Affordable Housing Coordinator, Davidson, NC
  • Trebisacci, Erin
    • Other Affiliation: Town Planner, Manteo, NC
  • Waldon, Roger
    • Other Affiliation: Principal, Clarion Associates, Chapel Hill, NC
Abstract
  • While no statewide policies mandate that municipalities must develop housing at every income level, some cities and towns in North Carolina are determined to do so. They employ a number of different strategies and planning tools to see that a fair proportion of new housing stock is affordable to low and middle income households. A group of planners collaborate here to showcase successful outcomes in four places: Chapel Hill, Davidson, Manteo and Greensboro.
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  • Carolina Planning Journal
Journal volume
  • 33
Journal issue
  • 1
Page start
  • 25
Page end
  • 31
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  • English
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  • Carolina Planning Journal
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