Lobbying Activity Report

3004-16898

Organization: Urban Development Institute
Associated registration: 1811-3004-41
Lobbying Activity date: 2022-02-10
Arranged a meeting: No
Posted date: 2022-03-15

In-house lobbyists who participated in the lobbying activity: Cassandra McColman
Jeff Fisher
Anne McMullin
Michael Drummond
Senior Public Office Holders who were lobbied in this activity: Teri Collins, Assistant Deputy Minister
Office of Housing and Construction Standards, Attorney General and Minister responsible for Housing

Angela Cooke, Associate Deputy Minister
Office Responsible for Housing, Construction Standards & Multiculturalism & Anti-Racism, Attorney General and Minister responsible for Housing

David Eby, Attorney General and Minister Responsible for Housing
Attorney General and Minister responsible for Housing

Adam Lynes-Ford, Senior Ministerial Advisor
Attorney General and Minister responsible for Housing

Sian Madoc-Jones, Ministerial Advisor
Attorney General and Minister responsible for Housing
 
Subject Matter of the Lobbying Activity
Specific Topics of Lobbying Communications Intended Outcomes Associated Subject Matters
Advocating for changes to the municipal development finance process to establish clear cost expectations for builders.
  • Development of any legislative proposal by the government of British Columbia, a Provincial entity or a member of the Legislative Assembly
  • Development or enactment of any regulation, including the enactment of a regulation for the purposes of amending or repealing a regulation
Housing, Municipal Affairs
Advocating for continued provincial investment in transit and transit infrastructure in large urban regions of British Columbia, and tying municipal housing targets to transit infrastructure funding.
  • Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy, directive or guideline of the government of British Columbia or a Provincial entity
Finances and Budgets, Municipal Affairs, Transportation
Advocating for the consideration of additional housing policy measures to increase the supply of housing including: housing targets in areas well-served by transit, more robust housing demand estimates linked to future planning processes, removal of parking minimums, and minimum allowable heights and densities in certain urban areas.
  • Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy, directive or guideline of the government of British Columbia or a Provincial entity
Housing, Municipal Affairs
Seeking greater engagement with municipalities to deliver market rental housing and remove barriers.
  • Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy, directive or guideline of the government of British Columbia or a Provincial entity
Housing, Municipal Affairs
Seeking the establishment of municipal housing targets and pre-zoning in areas well-served by transit.
  • Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy, directive or guideline of the government of British Columbia or a Provincial entity
Housing, Municipal Affairs
 
Senior officer who filed this Lobbying Activity Report: Anne McMullin
 
The above name is that of the most senior paid officer who is responsible for filing a Lobbying Activity Report for the organization (the Designated Filer), whether that person participated in this lobbying activity or not.

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