Surplus Lands Act
Holland & Knight West Coast Land Use and Real Estate Summer Webinar Series
The webinar originally scheduled for July 15 has been postponed. We apologize for any inconvenience and will provide information on the new date when it becomes available.
Please join Holland & Knight's West Coast Land Use and Environmental Group and Real Estate Practice for "Surplus Lands Act." This is part nine of our webinar series designed to discuss recent legislative and administrative updates affecting the real estate industry.
In an effort to achieve more affordable housing on surplus properties, recent amendments to the Surplus Lands Act significantly expand procedures for local agencies to conduct when selling property. The amendments also impose new reporting obligations and add penalties for noncompliance. In this webinar, West Coast Land Use attorneys Chelsea Maclean, David Preiss and Tamsen Plume will provide an overview of the new state legislation dictating disposition procedures and identify notable exemptions. It will also review a number of real world case studies at the local level and tips for public-private partnership projects.
More Presentations in this Series
- Part 1 - CEQA Developments/Trends: SCEAs and SCPEs – What Are They? What Does It Take to Make Them Work?
- Part 2 - Energy Update: A Breakdown of 2021 Regulatory Updates and Pending Legislation Regarding California's Energy Future
- Part 3 - Leasing Issues in Post-COVID Era
- Part 4 - Alcohol Beverage Regulations and Outdoor Dining Post-COVID
- Part 5 - Practical Guide to Using the State Density Bonus Law (Bonus, Incentives, Waivers and Parking) and SB 35
- Part 6 - VMT Updates and Explanations
- Part 7 - From Plans to Projects: Using Housing Element Law to Get Actual Projects Approved
- Part 8 - Real Estate "PropTech": How Technology and Web-Based Applications Are Changing CRE
- Part 9 - Surplus Lands Act (You are currently viewing Part 9)
- Part 10 - Mitigation of Water Supply Impacts in EIRs (or SGMA and CEQA)
- Part 11 - Air Quality Update: ISRs, Pending Legislation, CARB's Regulatory Activities, Etc.