Housing Supply Accelerator
A partnership between the American Planning Association (APA) and the National League of Cities (NLC), the Housing Supply Accelerator is a national campaign to improve local capacity, identify critical solutions, and speed reforms that enable communities and developers to work together to produce, preserve and provide a diverse range of quality housing by realigning the efforts of public and private stakeholders in the housing sector to meet housing needs at the local level.
The Housing Supply Accelerator, led by APA President Angela D. Brooks, FAICP, and NLC President and Tacoma, Washington, Mayor Victoria Woodards, will bring together local governments, community planners, builders, financial institutions, housing policy associations, and state and federal partners to develop, align and advance solutions for housing supply challenges at the local level.
Through this solutions-oriented campaign, we will develop model practices, ordinances and actionable resources to accelerate and incentivize local approaches to land use, housing development and preservation.
A steering committee of local leaders and planners, each with unique perspectives and experiences in housing policy, planning, or development have been appointed by the campaign co-chairs, APA President Angela D. Brooks, FAICP, and Tempe, Arizona, Mayor Corey Woods.
A Campaign for Locally Driven Housing Supply Solutions
Learn more about the launch of this effort to realign stakeholders and advance solutions that accelerate and incentivize reforms to land use, housing development, and preservation.
Steering committee convenings will be held in 2023 to explore three key drivers of the nation's housing shortage: construction and development; finance; and land use and regulations.
- Construction and Development: May — Chicago, Illinois
- Housing Finance: July — Tacoma, Washington
- Land Use and Regulations: September — Washington, D.C.
- Infrastructure and Workforce Needs: November — Atlanta, Georgia