30 Years of Land Value Capture in São Paulo
This course will explain the legal framework, mechanics, and outcomes of land value capture approaches developed in São Paulo, Brazil, during the past three decades. Value capture has enabled the city to harness land and real estate value increases as a way to overcome urban development challenges, such as infrastructure financing and social housing provision. The course will include a technical visit to Urban Operations Agua Espraiada, Faria Lima, and Agua Branca.
- Identify and understand the economic and planning elements that support land value capture.
- Comprehend technical and contextual aspects of land value capture instruments used in São Paulo.
- Evaluate the results of the São Paulo experience on-site through a technical visit to projects developed with the implementation of land value capture methods.
This course will be taught in English and is designed for an international audience of researchers, real estate developers, public officials, and policymakers.
For more information, please contact Luis Quintanilla Tamez at firstname.lastname@example.org.