UCLA Neighborhood Integrity Initiative Forum: Never Let a Good Crisis Go to Waste
The proposed Neighborhood Integrity Initiative, which has potentially sweeping implications for large-scale development in Los Angeles, is being targeted for the March 2017 LA City election. The April 27th forum, a partnership of the Ziman Center and ULI-LA, brought together a panel of experts to discuss the Initiative's potential impact. Key stakeholders included private developers, affordable housing developers, neighborhood associations, labor, transit-oriented development advocates, elected officials, planning professionals, and urban designers. The Forum focused on LA's planning process and on creating a viable path forward.
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