The podcast version of the California Planning & Development Report, the leading independent source of news and analysis for the urban planning community in California. Covering policy, housing, transportation, finance, trends and more. Featuring Editor Bill Fulton, Contributing Editor Josh Stephens, and special guests.
Bill Fulton and Josh Stephens discuss the latest planning news as reported in the California Planning & Development Report:
The Silicon Valley Battle Over SB 35
San Diego's Iconic Horton Plaza to be Reborn as Tech Hub
Will Telecommuting Stick?
Planning Meetings Move Online
Josh interviews Meg Walker, senior placemaker at the Project for Public Spaces, about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on attitudes toward and the future of public space.
Volume 1, Episode 2 of the CP&DR podcast features Bill Fulton and Josh Stephens discussing the impending housing crash caused by the COVID19 economic shutdown, the fiscal pain that planning departments will feel as local revenues dry up, and a few court cases related to the California Environmental Quality Act.
CP&DR’s inaugural podcast episode. Bill Fulton and Josh Stephens discuss how California's planning departments are adapting to remote work; how the legislature has promoted housing development even with the failure of Senate Bill 50; and how the virus crisis may exacerbate the housing crisis.
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