HUD, PD&R and PD&R’s Affordable Housing Research and Technology Division will be preparing input HUD’s 5 to 10 year research agenda on issues of housing design, construction, and housing technology, and we are looking for your contributions as we undertake this planning. And so we ask you -
Over the next 5-10 years, what do we need to know to address knowledge gaps that are affecting the design, construction and operation of good housing and community development policy and practice in design, construction and technology?
We’re asking you to contribute to that conversation at the website below:
We are asking for comments and contributions on what you think we (HUD) need to know and the research we need to carry out in design, construction and housing technology. What do we still need to learn? Who will benefit from that knowledge?
With your contributions, and the contributions of colleagues, academics, researchers, policy organizations, practitioners and others familiar with our work, we will be able to speak with confidence as we present our 5 to 10 year research agenda. Your contributions will help us better identify what we need to know to improve our knowledge gaps.
This invitation for contributions will be widely distributed, but I encourage you to forward this to colleagues in the housing research field.
We look forward to receiving as broad a set of contributions as possible.
Please call if you have any questions.
Elizabeth Cocke, Ph.D.,
Director, Affordable Housing Research and Technology Division
Office of Policy Development and Research
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development