National Shelter has released its latest report on Inclusionary Zoning. The report is available here. The report scanned recent literature, current inclusionary zoning arrangements in each state and territory and conducted a survey of over 350 respondents. The findings included that incentives are required to achieve social and affordable housing, there are inconsistent approaches to inclusionary zoning between jurisdictions, concerns about the loss of affordability after the first purchase and the public does not have good understanding of inclusionary zoning and education is required.
Posted 29 March, 2019