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Upcoming Housing Events

VT Community Development Association Fall Conference: Work Force Housing

VT Community Development Association Fall Conference: Work Force Housing

Burlington, VT
Thursday, December 3, 2015 -
9:00am to 2:30pm


Economic Reality of Developing Workforce Housing

....for those in the middle….

  • What is realistic and possible in creating residential communities for middle-income earners?
  • What do older neighborhoods need to attract investment by middle-income earners?
  • How can a community be competitive?
  • What is being done successfully and on what scale?

Hear from developers, builders, funders, planners, local officials, state and federal resources.

Complete registration packet available soon.  Contact Theresa Bachand at VLCT for more information at (802) 229-9111, tbachand@vlct.org.

New England Housing Network Annual Conference

New England Housing Network Annual Conference

Friday, December 4, 2015 (All day)

Where We've Been, Where We Are, and Where We're Going on Federal Housing Policy

An  “all star” team of national housing advocates will reflect on what has happened over the last two decades, and what we can do to shape policy and funding going forward.  The format will provide opportunity to interact with the advocates and other conference attendees, learn more about key areas for change through in-depth workshops, and help chart a course for future actions of the New England Housing Network.

Join housing advocates, developers, housing authorities, government officials, tenants, lenders, service providers, attorneys, and many others involved in the creation, management, and preservation of affordable housing from all six New England states for a one-day conference dealing with issues critical to our region.  Conference participants will hear the latest information from national and local experts, and share innovative ideas on affordable housing and community development initiatives.

The day will include plenary sessions featuring an overview of federal budget and legislative concerns, and the impact of recent developments in fair housing; the choice of a specialized workshop; and the opportunity to engage with advocates across our six state region.

More information.