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Tagged with: Density Bonus

Planning Commission agrees to end public input on many housing developments

Narrow 4-3 votes ends the ability of community activists to call out unscrupulous landlords and speculators.

SF’s state legislators have deeply damaged SF’s ability to prevent displacement

Wiener, Ting, and Haney bills undermine 'all that is sacred' in San Francisco. Do they know what the fuck they are doing?

New laws seek to end private developer risk, burdening public instead

Why should cities and counties guarantee profits for builders and push the costs of growth onto the local taxpayers?

Lots of housing laws. Not much housing

Hearing, data show how the state's 'streamlining' supply-side approach is failing.

What Wiener wrought: Demolition and oversized housing meeting no need

Castro project too tall, too expensive, no family housing, probably corporate rentals—but the city has to approve it anyway.

Wiener, the Yimbys, and the 50-story tower

An ambitious politician is backing away from the Yimby position in the face of a project that is going to be deeply unpopular.

Finally, public discussion on reparations begins this week at the Board of Supes

Plus: Should remote comment be abolished? And what about planning for flooding? That's The Agenda for Feb. 5-12

New study shows private market can’t and won’t create workforce housing in SF

The city's own study shows that the entire Yimby narrative is based on a fundamental economic falsehood.

Again, the Chron misses the (critical) point on housing

Zoning rules aren't stopping construction, period. It's all about capital and finance—so blaming affordable housing activists is wrong.

Bogus group-housing plan approved—sort of

In a sign of how messed up state law has become, Supes allow five-unit building that developer says is too small.