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The next housing plan provides an opportunity
for communities and policymakers to widen the conversation beyond counting units, articulate new metrics, and develop a shared vision of housing policy for NYC.

What if the goal of the next housing plan was to improve the health of New Yorkers? 

How would we measure our success if the next housing plan was feminist?

A housing plan for a city of immigrants would advance opportunity for millions and secure the city’s future as a diverse, thriving metropolis.

Government housing policy needs to eliminate the racial inequality it once helped to create.  

NYC’s housing policies must support the LGBTQ+ New Yorkers that have found community in our city for decades.

Climate change is here. New York City’s housing plan must help turn the tide. 

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Additional work coming soon!

Since the onset of COVID-19, CHPC has been grappling with the housing policy issues that the pandemic has laid bare and the role of housing policy in advancing New York City’s recovery towards a safer, healthier, and more equitable future. 

Featured New Lens Event:

In October 2019, Citizens Housing & Planning Council hosted A New Lens for NYC’s Housing Plan: Housing Plans Across the U.S. A panel of experts from cities across the country shared their policy goals, the process for crafting their plans, and the metrics they use to measure success. 

Funding for this initiative has been provided by:

Sponsor Merchants Capital
Sponsor JP Morgan Chase
Sponsor Rockabill Consulting
Sponsor New York Community Trust
Sponsor Altman Foundation
Sponsor Trinity Church Wall Street