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Housing Agreements: What to know and When to ask

Housing Agreements are becoming a common legal tool used to control many aspects of housing development. They are a way to ensure affordability, identify priority tenants and protect housing in the long term; however, they can also have unintended consequences. Come learn about what housing agreements are, what they control and why municipalities use them.

Who should attend?

This session is geared towards non-profit housing providers

What will you learn?

This session will provide a legal overview, an outline of the helpful Guide to Housing Agreements and provide time for Q&A. The facilitators will outline what to look for, what questions to ask and when to ask them.


Moderated by:

Cleo Corbett , MCIP, RPP – Senior Specialist, Municipal Relations, CMHC


Timothy Luk, JD, MCRP – Lawyer, Young Anderson.

Timothy Luk (he/him) is an associate at Young, Anderson. Originally from Edmonton, Alberta, he completed his law degree and Master’s in Community and Regional Planning at the University of British Columbia. Timothy maintains a general solicitor’s practice, focusing on land use planning, while also providing a range of litigation services.

Anna Zhuo, – Senior Development Manager, CitySpaces Consulting

As a Senior Development Manager and Planner with CitySpaces, Anna contributes to both non-profit development and planning projects. Anna’s background in planning includes a wide range of experience navigating multi-jurisdictional approval processes, land use planning initiatives, stakeholder engagement, and policy research. As a development manager, she guides non-profit clients and projects from concept development and visioning all the way through to occupancy.




October 25, 2023


1:00pm - 2:15pm PST



Member Cost:



Online - Zoom