Opposition to SB828, requiring zoning capacity for 200% of state assigned RHNA goals
Proposed on April 18, 2018
Motion failed to be adopted by a majority of Councils before the July 2018 deadline
- West LA-Sawtelle Neighborhood Council
The _______________Council opposes SB828, which would allow the state to require cities approve zoning capacity for 200% of state assigned RHNA goals, and trigger a by-right process for approvals overriding all local plans IF cities fail to meet all assigned RHNA goals. WRAC notes this bill is based on arbitrary numbers, and by-right approvals with no affordable housing requirements would be a disincentive for developers to use city density bonus ordinances that produce affordable housing—and an unintended consequence of the legislation.