Housing directly affects individuals’ health and the wellbeing of entire communities. The Building Healthy Places Initiative elevates health as a priority in housing.
As the result of a competitive process, ULI District Councils in Arizona, Chicago, Sacramento and Tampa Bay were selected to convene member-led task forces to identify policy and regulatory barriers to healthier and more equitable places and provide recommendations for local policy shifts and reforms. Working through late 2020, each District Council Task Force will illuminate local policies and practices that make health-promoting development difficult or increase the vulnerability of low-income people, build a case that reform is needed, and prepare specific recommendations for shifts in policy and practice.
Healthy Housing for All (2018)
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To learn more about ULI’s work on housing, the Terwilliger Center for Housing advances best practices in residential development and public policy, and supports ULI members and local communities in creating and sustaining a full spectrum of housing opportunities, particularly for low- and moderate-income households.