HUD’s Office of Community Planning and Development is offering a series of webinars to explain and explore how to conduct an environmental review. The purpose is to improve projects by making the environmental review requirements easier to understand and comply with.
The Understanding HUD Environmental Reviews webinar series provides comprehensive information for grantees and staff on the various components of the environmental review process. All major topics are discussed by subject matter experts. Register now for the next webinar in the series and preview the topics for upcoming webinars.
Historic Preservation and HUD: Opportunities for Development and Protection
September 12, 2012
1:00 pm EDT – 2:30 pm EDT
Historic preservation includes a wide range of activities that promote sustainable community development and offer protection of irreplaceable historic and archeological resources. This webinar will provide attendees with an overview of preservation principles, qualifications for “historic” status, tools available for development of historic buildings, regulations that protect historic properties, and examples of HUD programs that can assist communities in reaching local housing and community development goals through preservation.
Register for Historic Preservation and HUD: Opportunities for Development and Protection here
Questions or technical problems with registration or joining the webinar should be directed to 617.467.6014.
HUD records all Understanding HUD Environmental Reviews
training webinars and will make these webinar presentations and accompanying materials available on the HUD Office of Environment and Energy
website. Check the training page
for updates. You will receive a notification of these updates if you register for a webinar in this series.
NEPA, September 19, 2012
Wetlands and Floodplains, September 26, 2012
Basics of Part 58 Environmental Reviews, October 3, 2012