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Zoning Text Amendment

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Zoning Text Amendment, from most recent to least.

DC Office of Planning Proposes By-Right Conversions to Residential

DC Office of Planning Proposes By-Right Conversions to Residential

Nena Perry-Brown | January 4th

The rule change would apply to buildings constructed after November 1978 in mixed-use and downtown zones.... read»

DC Attorney General Takes Advocacy Approach to Affordable Housing

DC Attorney General Takes Advocacy Approach to Affordable Housing

Nena Perry-Brown | December 3rd 2021

As Karl Racine's tenure as DC Attorney General winds down, his office is taking a more proactive approach in affordable housing and zoning.... read»

DC's Office of Planning Proposes Requiring Inclusionary Zoning Units in Residential Conversions

DC's Office of Planning Proposes Requiring Inclusionary Zoning Units in Residential Conversions

Nena Perry-Brown | March 2nd 2021

The expansion efforts for this incremental affordable housing production tool continue in DC.... read»

DC's Office of Planning Wants to Mandate Inclusionary Zoning in Almost All Exempt Zones

DC's Office of Planning Wants to Mandate Inclusionary Zoning in Almost All Exempt Zones

Nena Perry-Brown | January 21st 2021

The Office of Planning is moving forward with another effort to expand this small-scale affordable housing production tool.... read»

A Proposed Measure in Montgomery County Would Permit Taller Buildings in Certain Districts

A Proposed Measure in Montgomery County Would Permit Taller Buildings in Certain Districts

Nena Perry-Brown | January 6th 2021

Planning Board staff is recommending denial of the text amendment.... read»

Montgomery County Bill Would Require Racial Impact Statements for Zoning Amendments

Montgomery County Bill Would Require Racial Impact Statements for Zoning Amendments

Nena Perry-Brown | September 30th 2020

As Montgomery County continues efforts to implement a racial equity lens in its planning process, a new bill sharpens the focus on zoning.... read»

With Development on Pause, Office of Planning Applies to Create Barry Farm Zone

With Development on Pause, Office of Planning Applies to Create Barry Farm Zone

Nena Perry-Brown | September 14th 2020

The tailored zoning designation is meant to help facilitate the on-hold New Communities Initiative redevelopment.... read»

A Bill in Montgomery County Aims to Power 50,000 Homes With Solar Energy

A Bill in Montgomery County Aims to Power 50,000 Homes With Solar Energy

Nena Perry-Brown | January 22nd 2020

Councilmember Hans Riemer and Council Vice President Tom Hucker introduced a bill to permit community solar farms on up to 2% of the 93,000 acres the ... read»

A Case for Commercial at DC's Self-Storage Facilities

A Case for Commercial at DC's Self-Storage Facilities

Nena Perry-Brown | January 21st 2020

A proposed zoning text amendment would require new self-storage facilities in DC's PDR zones to activate the ground floor.... read»

DC's Office of Planning Hints at Allowing Second Short-Term Rentals in DC

DC's Office of Planning Hints at Allowing Second Short-Term Rentals in DC

Nena Perry-Brown | September 3rd 2019

The OP report states that "an allowance for one additional premise to be eligible as a short-term rental would not be unreasonably permissive."... read»

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