Facilitating Infill and Residential Development Workshop

 Registration is closed for this event
Topics will range from infill development, accessible and affordable housing, local government coordination and capacity building, among other topics.

 


Join CCLR in San Mateo for a workshop covering topics ranging from infill development, accessible and affordable housing, local government coordination and capacity building, among other topics. 
 


Infill development in established commercial corridors, industrial areas and surplus institutional property carry risks with hazardous substances in the soil and groundwater. Small to medium sized developments and affordable housing projects face challenges in greater proportion to larger developments, especially in obtaining regulatory clearance. Learn how city and county government can work together to streamline environmental assessment, cleanup and redevelopment of residential projects.

 

Speakers include:

- You! This is an interactive workshop
- Hon. Don Horsley, President, San Mateo Board of Supervisors
- Ken Cole, Housing Director, San Mateo County Housing
- Sandy Council, Housing Manager, City of San Mateo
- Gordon Hart, Partner, Paul Hastings
- Gaye Quinn, Quorum Advisors
- Dorinda Shipman, Principal/Vice President, Langan
- Gregory Smith, Supervisor, San Mateo County Environmental Health
- Sarah Sieloff and Ignacio Dayrit, Center for Creative Land Recycling

 

Workshop Session Topics Include:
- Legal and regulatory rules for developing sites with potential petroleum and hazardous substances
- Challenges for constructing medium to small infill projects in dense urban environments
- Approaches for surplus institutional land for residential development
- Strategies to streamline environmental cleanup regulatory process
- Technical and financial assistance for affordable housing projects

November 27th, 2017 11:30 AM   through   4:30 PM
Sobrato Centers for Nonprofits
330 Twin Dolphin Drive
Redwood City, CA 94065
United States
San Mateo

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Phone: 415-398-1080  ext. 100
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