Tag: Accessory Dwelling Units

Featured, Insights, Research Article, Thought Leadership / April 22, 2022

Effective January 1, 2022, local agencies in the Golden State are required to allow the separate sale or conveyance of Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) under certain circumstances as a result of the passage of Assembly Bill 345. In addition, Senate Bill 9 became effective January 1 also, which requires all…

Featured, Insights, Research Article, Thought Leadership / June 9, 2021

Over the last 30 years, cities, counties, and special districts have come to rely heavily on development impact fees to fund infrastructure and public facilities needed to serve new development. Impact fees are widely used in California and other states as well, although many are more restrictive than California in terms…

Featured, Insights, Research Article, Thought Leadership / March 13, 2020

Late in 2019, the State legislature enacted a handful of new laws, with the goal of creating housing. Specifically, these changes to the State Accessory Dwelling Unit (“ADU”) and Junior Accessory Dwelling Unit (“JADU”, typically defined as 500 square feet or smaller) laws were effective January 1, 2020 – Senate…