||Navigating Housing's Future
||Times are changing in New Hampshire. As the state moves
through economic, demographic, and social changes, creating
housing that meets local needs can be a powerful way to
support communities as they adapt to these shifts. We'll
explore what the future in New Hampshire may hold, including
how changing demographics and new demands may influence
the housing market.
Dennis Delay, economist with the New Hampshire Center for
Public Policy Studies and Russ Thibeault, President of Applied
Economic Research, will present preliminary results of a new
study commissioned by New Hampshire Housing. "A Statewide
Analysis of Housing Needs and Preferences in New Hampshire"
takes a look at economic, demographic and social trends to
help determine what amount and type of housing growth might
be needed in the next five to ten years in the state.
A panel discussion of the study results will follow with the
added participation of Kelly Clark, AARP, and Kate Luczko,
executive Director of Stay Work Play. The panel will be
moderated by New Hampshire Housing's Ben Frost.
The keynote address will be delivered by Charles Wolfe. To
create vibrant, sustainable cities, says Seattle attorney Wolfe,
we must first understand what happens naturally when people
congregate in cities-the innate, unprompted interactions of
urban dwellers with each other and their surrounding
Register until 10/11/13 here:
Thursday, October 17, 2013
8:00 AM - 12:30 PM
||Affiliated Organization Event
||Center of New Hampshire Conference Center, Radisson Hotel, Manchester, NH