LA Mayor's New Rules to Boost Home Building

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Aug 26, 2023
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Los Angeles Mayor Karen Bass just introduced a fresh set of rules, called ED 7, to speed up the process of getting approval for building homes. The goal is to cut down the time it takes by 25-30 percent. It is expected that this set of new rules will help solve the city's serious lack of housing. The new rules are meant to make it simpler for builders to speed up the construction of houses. It is believed that these steps could really help fix the housing crisis, which has led to Los Angeles becoming the most crowded city in the country.

The main problems stopping more houses from being built in the city are said to be the time it takes to get permits and the rules about how land can be used. Housing experts think these changes are a good idea and could lead to big improvements in how fast homes get built and the choices people have when it comes to where they live.

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These rules aim to expedite home-building approvals, potentially reducing construction time by 25-30%. This initiative addresses the city's housing shortage, streamlining processes for builders and offering a promising solution to the housing crisis, transforming Los Angeles's landscape. Kudos to the Mayor and everyone involved.
 
About time LA gets with the times. LA is also dealing with a homeless problem, and I'm guessing that's why it's been so crowded.

And on top of all that, LA is one of the most expensive places to live, so you can guess why it's so crowded over there. This should help provide more people with housing much faster.
 
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