Low Income Housing Tax Credits & Transit in Connecticut, 2017

The 2017 Connecticut Qualified Allocation Plan (QAP) offers incentives for projects located in proximity to transit.

Priority Locations

If a project is located in a Priority Funding Area, a point will be given for each of the following criteria that is met as identified by the C&D Policies Plan for the subject property. A maximum of 5 points can be given.

  1. Designation as an Urban Area or Urban Cluster in the 2010 Census
  2. Boundaries that intersect a ½ mile buffer surrounding existing or planned mass-transit stations
  3. Existing or planned sewer service from an adopted Wastewater Facility Plan
  4. Existing or planned water service from an adopted Public Drinking Water Supply Plan
  5. Local bus service provided 7 days a week

Transit-Oriented Development

“Transit Oriented Development” means the development of residential, commercial and employment centers within walking distance of public transportation hubs. (For additional information and definition refer to the Glossary.) Maps are required to be provided evidencing distance to transportation mode.

4 Points

Contributed By: 
National Housing Trust

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