The effects of development charges on urban form: NH15-600/2000E-PDF

final report /

"The purpose of this was to conduct a nation-wide survey of builders and developers to determine the effects of development charges on industry decisions related to residential densities, location and timing. Case studies in selected cities explore in more detail how specific development charge regimes are affecting residential development patterns. This report looks at the effects of development charges (dc's) on industry decisions related to residential densities, location and timing. The first phase of the work consists of a survey of 1,214 builders and developers; 265 responses were submitted (22%), representing firms ranging in size from 5 to 60 employees. All of the firms are located in urban regions consisting of more than one municipality"--Executive summary, p. [3] of cover.

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Department/Agency Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation. Research Division.
Title The effects of development charges on urban form
Subtitle final report /
Publication Type Monograph
Language [English]
Format Electronic
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Note Cover title. "January, 2000." Digitized edition from print produced 2015 [for Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation].
Date 2000.
Number of Pages 55 p.
Catalogue Number
  • NH15-600/2000E-PDF
Subject Terms Housing, Urban development