Recommended bibliographic listing:Bach, Alexa, Prema Katari Gupta, RichardHaughey, George Kelly, Michael Pawlukiewicz,and Michael Pitchford.
Ten Principles for Devel-oping Affordable Housing
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Exploring issues of urbanization, conserva-tion, regeneration, land use, capital formation,and sustainable development;
Advancing land use policies and design prac-tices that respect the uniqueness of both builtand natural environments;
Sharing knowledge through education,applied research, publishing, and electronicmedia; and
Sustaining a diverse global network of local practice and advisory efforts that address cur-rent and future challenges.Established in 1936, the Institute today hasmore than 35,000 members from 90 countries,representing the entire spectrum of the landuse and development disciplines. Professionalsrepresented include developers, builders, prop-erty owners, investors, architects, public offi-cials, planners, real estate brokers, appraisers,attorneys, engineers, financiers, academics,students, and librarians. ULI relies heavily onthe experience of its members. It is throughmember involvement and information resourcesthat ULI has been able to set standards of excellence in development practice.The Institute has long been recognized asone of the world’s most respected and widelyquoted sources of objective information onurban planning, growth, and development.
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