NPHA’s April Meeting

Join us Monday, April 19th at 7:30 PM to meet Brian Paul, Senior Project Manager in New York City Council’s Land Use Division.  

North Prospect Heights is moving toward a number of significant changes in zoning that will affect the density of our area including the HPD lot developments and three current proposals for buildings of 17 stories or more on Atlantic Avenue between Vanderbilt and Grand Avenues.  The city’s process for reviewing changes is the Uniform Land Use Review Procedure (ULURP).  How does ULURP work?  Are there ways ULURP can be improved? 

Mr. Paul has been at New York City Council since 2014.  In his current position he performs analysis of ULURP applications as well as undertakes broader studies of key planning issues.  The Land Use Division is the group of planners and land use attorneys that assist all Council Members in addressing land use and planning issues in their districts. This includes dealing with ULURP applications as well as working with the Speaker, Land Use Committee, Zoning Subcommittee, Landmarks Subcommittee chairs and other members to advance community planning efforts in individual districts and citywide policy solutions.

He will make a presentation on the ULURP process generally, as well as a City Council proposal to modify the ULURP process called PLANNING TOGETHER.  The presentation will be followed by a discussion about ULURP and its relationship to potential changes in our neighborhood.

Would you like to share questions in advance?  Please submit them here.  


When: Apr 19, 2021 07:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) 

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