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Mission Housing Supports Housing For All Legislation to Remove Barriers for New Housing

From SF Government News:

Mayor London N. Breed and Supervisor Joel Engardio today introduced legislation to remove barriers in the San Francisco Planning Code in order to make it easier and faster to approve new housing. This legislation will eliminate unnecessary processes and hearings, eliminate certain requirements and geographic restrictions, and expand housing incentive programs for new housing that fits within the City’s existing zoning laws.  

“It's no secret that San Francisco desperately needs more affordable housing,” said Sam Moss, Executive Director of Mission Housing Development Corporation. “By eliminating unnecessary costs and delays during the building process, this legislation will help San Francisco bring more affordable housing options to our neighbors and communities across the City.” 

This legislation is a key piece of Mayor Breed’s Housing For All Plan, which is the City’s effort to allow for 82,000 new homes to be built over the next 8 years. This legislation meets obligations set out in the City’s Housing Element, which was unanimously approved by the Board of Supervisors in January and certified by the State.   

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