Sustainability through Fair and Equitable Housing in Northern New Jersey

11:15 AM - 12:45 PM
January 1, 1970

Segregation, racial and ethnic concentrations of poverty, unequal access to areas of high opportunity, planned and recent infrastructure investments, and other regulatory and private market barriers to fair housing choice endanger the social and economic sustainability of northern New Jersey. Together North Jersey is completing a Fair Housing and Equity Assessment as part of the Regional Plan for Sustainable Development. Authors and advisors for this multi-year effort will kick off a discussion of key findings and recommendations, and how these will affect planning in New Jersey in the coming decades.

  • Robert A. Kull, NJPP, AICP: Planner, Plansmart NJ
  • David Aimen, NJPP, AICP: Aimen Consulting; Assistant Director of Planning & Technical Assistance, Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center, EJBSPPP
  • Vito Gallo, AICP: Consultant

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