Affordable housing

The Lansdowne 2.0 project proposes selling off or leasing public air rights for residential use: it must therefore create a significant amount of genuinely affordable housing on site or in the area, including options such as transforming the Bank at Chamberlain city owned parking lot into long-term affordable Ottawa Community Housing. The commitment must be to provide non-market housing units, either on site or close by, of an amount equal to at least 15% of the number of market units built on site.

New housing must be available to all residents, regardless of income. This project must bring permanent deeply affordable housing, owned and operated by a non-market provider.

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