Spring Institute 2022 - Housing Summit

6 AICP CM Credits | Wednesday, May 18 | East Lansing Marriott  | Agenda

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An adequate supply of housing, at a range of densities, typologies, and price points, is a required element of a well functioning and vital community.   But the development and redevelopment of housing is proving to be more challenging than ever for planners, housing professionals,  and elected and appointed municipal leaders.  From density resistant neighbors and soaring construction costs to policy choices that stymie new housing development, the challenge of planning for and executing viable alternatives to the current system can seem overwhelming.  MAP's 2022 Housing Summit provides inspiration, solutions, and data about the hard job ahead, along with a regulatory roadmap, talking points, and opportunities to share your successes and challenges with your peers.

Three ways to participate!  Click here to view the full agenda

In Person

Lunch and refreshments provided

Virtual

Both Options

Wednesday, May 18, 2022

8:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Member Rate $160

Nonmember Rate $185

Wednesday, June 15, 2022

2-4:30 p.m. (plus recorded content)

Member Rate: $45

Nonmember Rate: $65

Included with your - in person registration, just select virtual add on.

 Member Rate $160

 Nonmember Rate $185

 

Keynote Presentations:

Jenny Schuetz, author of Fixer Upper:  How to Repair America’s Broken Housing Systems (MAP Reads pick for April 27).  Ms. Schuetz is a Senior Fellow at Brookings Metro, and is an expert in urban economics and housing policy. Dr. Schuetz has written numerous peer-reviewed journal articles on land use regulation, housing prices, urban amenities, and neighborhood change. Dr. Schuetz has appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, the PBS NewsHour, The Indicator podcast, Vox, and Slate.

Shane Phillips, author of The Affordable City: Strategies for Putting Housing Within Reach (and Keeping it There).  Mr. Phillips offers more than 50 policy recommendations, beginning with a set of principles and general recommendations that should apply to all housing policy . Mr. Phillips is an urban planner and policy expert.  He manages the UCLA Lewis Center Housing Initiative, teaches public policy as an adjunct instructor at the University of Southern California, and produces the Housing Voice Podcast.