Bringing the Neighbours into Infill

Peer reviewed: 
No, item is not peer reviewed.
Scholarly level: 
Faculty/Staff
Date created: 
2016
Keywords: 
Infill housing
Small housing
Natural capital
Sustainable housing
Metro Vancouver
Attitudes towards smaller housing
Abstract: 

Bringing the Neighbours Into Infill provides analysis of two case studies of innovative public engagment processes in the Metro Vancouver region, both of which resulted in a significant change in resident attitudes toward infill and smaller housing development. 

Description: 

Bringing the Neighbourhood Into Infill was a year-long research project conducted within the Graduate Urban Studies Program in 2015-2016. Our partners on this project were Small Housing BC and the City of Surrey. The project was funded by the Bullitt Foundation and investigates how to overcome barriers to increasing the density and diversity of housing forms within Metro Vancouver. 

Language: 
English
Document type: 
Report
Rights: 
Copyright rests with Small Housing BC and the authors.
File(s): 
Contributor: 
Villagomez, Erick
Sponsor(s): 
Bullitt Foundation
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