Conn. Agencies Regs. § 8-37y-8 - Evaluation

Current through March 4, 2022

Applications shall be evaluated and therefore approved or disapproved by the Commissioner based on the following:

(1) Any priorities established in the State Comprehensive Housing Affordability Strategy, or any needs outlined in the Five Year Housing Advisory Plan adopted by the Department, if applicable;
(2) Any governing policies identified in the Department's Description/Rules of Operations;
(3) Local housing assistance plans or Local Comprehensive Housing Affordability Strategy, if in existence;
(4) Any other statistical data on housing need and marketability;
(5) Whether the proposed financing for the development of the property includes leveraging of other funds;
(6) Compliance with DOH design standards for rental housing or those design standards established by the governmental program providing the construction financing;
(7) Compliance with Connecticut Housing Finance Authority's design standards for non-rental housing or those design standards established by the governmental program providing the construction financing;
(8) The ability of the proposed development to fit within the existing community design;
(9) Cost effectiveness including administrative costs;
(10) The developer's timetable for completion of the development;
(11) The number of units as determined by the Commissioner;
(12) The methods used to ensure long term affordability and the duration of affordability;
(13) The developer's evidence of preliminary or firm commitments for development financing from acceptable financial institutions; and
(14) Compliance with Department affirmative action requirements.

Notes

Conn. Agencies Regs. § 8-37y-8
Effective November 26, 1993

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