The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and Terner Housing Innovation Labs jointly invite you to the second virtual symposium of the Housing Technology Series: Planning for New Supply on January 18, 2024. This event will encompass how technology is affecting civic engagement related to housing development and how state and local governments, developers, and advocates are using technology when planning for new housing supply.
The symposium will feature two live-streamed panels, focusing on community engagement and the role of policy and development.
- Using Technology to Engage Residents in Housing Development and Land Use Planning
- Using Technology to Enable Developers, Planners and Policymakers to Improve Zoning Codes and Select Sites for Housing Development
Announced by HUD Secretary, Marcia L. Fudge, at the Innovative Housing Showcase last June, the Housing Technology Series convenes public sector leaders, housing experts, technologists, entrepreneurs, practitioners and more to spotlight technological innovations propelling the housing sector forward, emphasizing the creation of strong, sustainable, and inclusive communities and quality affordable homes. The series also provides an opportunity to identify and address challenges related to the use of new technologies in the housing sector and strengthen collaboration between public and private sectors to bolster progress and reduce risks.