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2012, the City launched a Historic Preservation Program. For information on the program, visit the Beverly Hills Historic Preservation page. Housing Programs - The City is committed to planning for the housing needs of the community. Currently,
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Housing

of updating the Housing Element of the General Plan. The Housing Element establishes policies and programs to address Beverly Hills’ existing and projected housing needs for all economic segments of the community. [View the City's draft Housing Element Update]
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Housing Element

city must update the element regularly. The housing element addresses State requirements for housing, and includes the City's housing goals, policies and programs. The housing element is a guide for ensuring that existing and future housing needs
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Housing Element Appendix B

units in the City. The City already provides for reduced dwelling unit sizes for senior and disabled housing, and for adaptive reuse of existing buildings. City of Beverly Hills General Plan 2014-2021 Housing Element B-11
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2014-2021 Housing Element

of Governments’ (SCAG) Existing Housing Needs Statement;  SCAG’s 2008-2035 Regional Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy Growth Forecast was used to estimate population, housing, and employment projections;  Household income data by type
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Housing Element Appendix E

information on City resources and incentives for senior/disabled/affordable housing, and participants were invited to provide input on future housing programs in the City. Information was provided on the Housing Element update, density bonus program,
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Housing Element Appendix D

of the low income population, and twelve percent, or two units, as meeting the needs of the moderate income population. The remainder of the second units built, one unit, will be counted as above moderate housing. 2. Single-Family Housing
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Housing Element Appendix C

in relation to lot assembly, redevelopment potential, unit density of past development, and development potential of emergency shelters in the city’s “Special Needs Housing” overlay district. Past Multi-Family Housing Development C-4 Analysis
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Housing Element Appendix A

considered at risk of losing their housing.  Senior citizens comprise 30 percent of Beverly Hills’ households. Forty-two percent of the City’s seniors live alone, City of Beverly Hills General Plan 2014 – 2021 Housing Element A-3 | Page
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Current Agenda

Act, if you need special assistance to participate in this meeting, please call the Planning Department at 310-285-1141. Please notify the Planning Department at least seventy-two hours prior to the meeting so that reasonable arrangements can be made
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