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Lindero Residential Project
Lindero Project FAQs
Lindero Project Frequently Asked Questions
Specific Plan History
What is the history of the North Business Park Specific Plan? Why was it created?
Why does the Specific Plan allow for residential development?
How does the Specific Plan relate to the General Plan Housing Element?
What is being proposed?
What size are the proposed units? Are the affordable units and bonus units the same size as the market-rate units?
What is a very low-income household? What rent do they pay?
Why is this rental housing? Can the City require for-sale housing?
Who is proposing the project?
Would the applicant retain ownership of the property after the project is built?
What other properties does the applicant own?
Specific Plan and Density Bonus Law
Why is residential development allowed here?
How much residential development is allowed here?
Why is the proposed project allowed to have more units than allowed by the Specific Plan? What is a density bonus?
Why is the proposed project taller than the Specific Plan allows? Does the project have to comply with the development standards in the Specific Plan?
Why is the State allowed to overrule the North Business Park Specific Plan?
Housing and the Housing Element
Will this project help Westlake Village meet its State mandated housing goals?
What is the lowest number of units that can be built to meet General Plan requirements?
Is the proposed project the best way to meet the State’s housing goals?
Why did Westlake Village “rush” into approving the 6th Cycle Housing Element when many other cities have still not approved theirs?
Wasn’t the deadline for the 6th Cycle Housing Element extended?
How much control does the City have over this project?
What penalties might be imposed by the State if the City pushed back on this project?
Will this project require an Environmental Impact Report (EIR)?
Can Westlake Village accommodate 693 new residential units?
What would be the cost to existing residents of accommodating 693 new residential units?
Why would the City allow more housing to be built in the middle of a drought?
Can the City push back against the State in light of the limitations of the City’s infrastructure and the capacity of our streets?
Does the City need more tax revenue?
Does Westlake Village have a rental-to-homeowner ratio? Is the proposed project all rentals? What does the proposed project do to this ratio?
Does Mayor Pearl have a conflict of interest as the Executive Director of the California Housing Consortium?
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