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Dc Comprehensive Plan

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DC Council Approves Comprehensive Plan Amendments

DC Council Approves Comprehensive Plan Amendments

Nena Perry-Brown | May 4th 2021

Many of the latest amendments place more emphasis on addressing racial equity concerns. Final reading and vote is expected next month. ... read »

DC Council (Finally) Resumes Discussion on the Comprehensive Plan

DC Council (Finally) Resumes Discussion on the Comprehensive Plan

Nena Perry-Brown | April 20th 2021

The conversation at Tuesday afternoon's mark-up session revealed that a lot of issues remain with the Comp Plan. ... read »

More Development on Connecticut Avenue? ANC 3C Passes Pro-Density Resolution

More Development on Connecticut Avenue? ANC 3C Passes Pro-Density Resolution

Nena Perry-Brown | February 18th 2021

ANC 3C approved a resolution in favor of the Office of Planning's suggestion to increase the density prescription for a commercial stretch of... read »

A Tollbooth, A Bus to the Airport: ANC Recommendations that Didn’t Make It Into the Comp Plan

A Tollbooth, A Bus to the Airport: ANC Recommendations that Didn’t Make It Into the Comp Plan

Nena Perry-Brown | May 8th 2020

The DC Council is expected to consider the revised draft of the Comprehensive Plan in the next few months. ... read »

Office of Planning Report Recommends Introducing Gentle Density Changes to DC’s Single-Family Zones

Office of Planning Report Recommends Introducing Gentle Density Changes to DC’s Single-Family Zones

Nena Perry-Brown | April 27th 2020

Along with submitting the final draft of Comp Plan amendments to the DC Council, a report also explains how the city's single-family zones can... read »

The Graph That Illustrates DC’s Housing Production Versus Population Growth

The Graph That Illustrates DC’s Housing Production Versus Population Growth

Nena Perry-Brown | February 10th 2020

The Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development released a graph this weekend adding perspective to the city's recent wave of... read »

DC’s Office of Planning Expected to Raise Inclusionary Zoning Minimum

DC’s Office of Planning Expected to Raise Inclusionary Zoning Minimum

Nena Perry-Brown | January 3rd 2020

The proposal would increase the inclusionary zoning requirement for projects with map amendments to up to 20 percent. ... read »

Union Market Property Owner Seeks High-Density Designation

Union Market Property Owner Seeks High-Density Designation

Nena Perry-Brown | December 11th 2019

As the public continues to weigh in on proposed amendments to the Comprehensive Plan, another site is coming to the fore for a potential development. ... read »

Amid Comp Plan Conversation, DC Hosts Forum on History of Disparate Housing Distribution

Amid Comp Plan Conversation, DC Hosts Forum on History of Disparate Housing Distribution

Nena Perry-Brown | December 9th 2019

Held immediately after an open house on the Comprehensive Plan, the forum seems to be the city's first attempt to educate Ward 3 residents on the... read »

Déjà View: DC Returns to Advocating for Relaxed Height Act

Déjà View: DC Returns to Advocating for Relaxed Height Act

Nena Perry-Brown | October 28th 2019

Relaxed height maximums in DC would require an act of Congress — something which failed a few years ago. ... read »

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