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Is Inclusionary Zoning a Needed Tool for Providing Affordable Housing in the Greater Golden Horseshoe? 

Geoff Schwartz presents research highlights from the report: "Is Inclusionary Zoning a Needed Tool for Providing Affordable Housing in the Greater Golden Horseshoe?" 

Panelists post questions to each other.

John Brodhead presents

Geoff Schwartz presents

Guests at event

Patrick Maier 

Guests at event 

Audience questions

Patrick Maier presents 

audience 

audience questions 

audience questions 

audience questions 

Photo credits: Jack Landau

On Monday, October 26th, 2015, CUR held a policy seminar on the topic "Is Inclusionary Zoning a Needed Tool for Providing Affordable Housing in the Greater Golden Horseshoe?" 

SPEAKER

Geoff Schwartz
Researcher, Centre for Urban Research and Land Development, Ryerson University 

PANELISTS

Patrick Maier
Executive Director, Innovative Housing Institute (IHI), Baltimore, MD

Richard Drdla
President, Richard Drdla Associates, Toronto, ON

John Brodhead
Special Advisor on Urban Issues to the President of the University of Toronto

MODERATOR

David Amborski
Director, Centre for Urban Research and Land Development, Ryerson University 


On October 26th, 2015, CUR hosted a Policy Seminar on the topic: "Is Inclusionary a Needed Tool for Providing Affordable Housing in the Greater Golden Horseshoe?" 

Thank you to all of our panelists and attendees for participating in this informative discussion. 

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SPEAKER:

GEOFF SCHWARTZ
Researcher, Centre for Urban Research and Land Development, Ryerson University 

PANELISTS:

PATRICK MAIER
Executive Director, Innovative Housing Institute (IHI), Baltimore, MD
RICHARD DRDLA
President, Richard Drdla Associates, Toronto, ON
JOHN BRODHEAD
Special Advisor on Urban Issues to the President of the University of Toronto

MODERATOR:

DAVID AMBORSKI
Director, Centre for Urban Research and Land Development, Ryerson University