Projects

CNU Project for Code Reform

The Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU) is working with New Hampshire Housing to extend its Project for Code Reform to New Hampshire.  This year-long project will make recommendations for changes to the state’s local land use statutes and provide accompanying language for local ordinances and regulations.  New Hampshire Housing has assembled a team of stakeholders to advise us along the way.  For an example of CNU’s work, see their recent project in Vermont.

Resources:
Stakeholder Kick-off Meeting (8/10/2020)

Contact: Ben Frost |  bfrost@nhhfa.org

North Country Housing Study

In this year-long project, New Hampshire Housing is working with the North Country Council and Stepwise Data Research to provide both qualitative and quantitative analyses of the North Country’s housing market and the needs of the people who live there.  This project is supported by a grant from the Neil and Louise Tillotson Fund.

Contact:  Jack Ruderman |  jruderman@nhhfa.org






Small-Scale Development Workshop
September 23 & 24, 2020

The Incremental Development Alliance (IncDev) workshops on small-scale real estate development take a big-picture view of neighborhood-based development to help attendees analyze what makes a good project, how a building makes money, and how small developers interact with professionals in the built environment. The goal is to help aspiring developers feel more prepared to take the first steps on their own project. Register now!

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Housing Needs Study