Affordable housing grants could flow into local projects
City councillors are helping make affordable housing more than just a pipe dream in Barrie.
Developer incentives to encourage new affordable housing units: Mayor Panciuk
The City of Belleville is embarking on an innovative approach to create new affordbale housing says Mayor Mitch Panciuk.
MUNICIPALITY:Financial Incentives – Town of Bracebridge
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MUNICIPALITY: Incentives – City of Cambridge
Developers find CK incentives attractive
Encouraging new housing development is a high priority for Chatham-Kent, which is why the CIP and other initiatives are being launched with some aggressive and actionable time lines.
Incentives recommended for new Riverview Drive apartments
Chatham-Kent councillors will consider a recommendation on Monday to provide a tax incentive for a large-scale rental complex on Riverview Drive.
City pulls plug on funding commitment to troubled affordable housing project
The city could soon have $2.1 million in its affordable housing reserve after pulling the plug on a nearly $1 million commitment to an affordable housing project on Janefield Avenue.
MUNICIPALITY: Affordable housing incentives – City of Kitchener
MUNICIPALITY: Municipal Incentive Programs – City of Kingston
Developers back affordable housing incentives, despite doubts about use
Particular elements of the proposed affordable housing program are up for discussion, such as the timeline for paying back loans, and whether a certain portion should be forgivable.
North Bay launches suite of development incentives
Under North Bay’s new Growth Community Improvement Plan, projects slated for industrial lands could qualify for a tax increment rebate, a municipal fee rebate, a development charges rebate, or a professional study grant.
Council to decide fate of derelict building demolition and redevelopment incentive
The grant is intended to give property redevelopers demolishing a primary building a rebate for the tipping fees required at the landfill.
Council approves incentives to help create affordable housing
Among the incentives approved were the following:
- The city could donate land;
- The city could provide a grant for the purchase price of land;
- The city could provide a grant to cover the development charges;
- The city could provide a grant to cover cost of all or part of the applicable building, planning and engineering review fees up to a max of $25,000;
- The city could provide a grant in the amount equal to all or part of the applicable ‘community benefits’; and
- The city could reduce the securities deposit to no less than 30% of the total value of the securities required to be posted.
MUNICIPAL:Grants and Incentives – Invest Sudbury
City boosts grant program for downtown improvements
Revamped Community Improvement Plan will loosen rules around city’s financial incentives for property improvements in core areas.
Scarborough gets nearly $40 million for affordable housing. Now the ‘tougher work’ begins
Toronto’s Open Door program helps non-profits build homes
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