3 Embarcadero Center
San Francisco, CA 94111
Hosted by British-American Business Council
Following the EU referendum in the UK, businesses are assessing what impact the triggering of Article 50 could have on their operations and relationships in the UK. With the impact of the recent US Presidential election, Brexit negotiations and elections across the European Union (EU) still to come, it’s becoming clearer as the ‘fog’ of Brexit lifts that significant opportunities exist to reinforce the US-UK trading relationship and reset the UK’s position as a leader of free trade and responsible globalization.
While the UK economy weathered the initial shock of the Referendum, opinions are sharply divided over the long-term effects of leaving the EU.
Please join us alongside HM Consul General San Francisco, Andrew Whittaker, on Wednesday, April 19th to hear how the UK government intends to navigate Britain’s exit from the EU.
353 Sacramento Street, 10th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94111
ULI San Francisco is a proud sponsor of UC Berkeley’s forthcoming Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) study, “Jumpstarting the Market for Accessory Dwelling Units: Lessons Learned from Portland, Seattle and Vancouver”. This study examines the impact of various policy reforms and programs on expanding the production of accessory dwelling units. Using three case study sites – Seattle, WA, Portland, OR and Vancouver BC – will examine why some reforms have spurred more ADU construction than others, and identify best practices for other regions seeking to increase this type of housing development in their communities.
Following the presentation of UC Berkeley Case Study, a response panel will focus on cutting edge aspects of implementing ADU construction in the Bay Area. The state and local leaders of the ADU movement will share insights on topics including:
- How new state laws will further reduce barriers.
- How local governments are making changes to facilitate ADU approval processing.
- Lessons learned implementing ADUs in multi-family unit buildings.
- How single family home owners are individually adding to expanded capacity throughout the Bay Area.
- The potential ADUs have for expanding capacity to address housing affordability to relieve pressure on market rate developers.
- How ADU construction is being financed.
Silicon Valley Campus
Santa Clara, CA
BASIC Board of Directors and By Invitation Only
Goldman School of Public Policy
BACEI Board of Trustees Only