Bellevue Chamber’s PLUSH Committee sent a letter to the director of the city’s Transportation Department urging revisions to a draft rule that could restrict important development above and below sidewalks on private property.
The Permitting, Land Use Sustainability and Housing Committee (PLUSH) is a cross-section of the development community from both sides of the Lake with a common goal; achieving sustainable growth in Greater Bellevue.
We are a board coalition of developers, building contractors, realtors and professional services providers who have a strong belief that Bellevue will need tens of thousands of new units of housing at all price points in the coming years, and continued growth in commercial and office construction. Our regularly engages with government officials in order to support and advocate for policies in alignment with these goals.
PLUSH's drafting subcommittee prepares detailed policy proposals for consideration by staff and elected officials in Olympia and on the Eastside. If you're building in Bellevue, you need to be part of PLUSH.
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The Chamber and City have worked to expedite deployment of 5g technology in Bellevue. The Chamber’s letter memorializes many of the important issues both parties are working to resolve.
Last week, Bellevue City Council unanimously approved altering the city’s multifamily housing property tax exemption, a program that helps embed affordable, workforce housing units in new and existing market-rate construction.