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New Residential Units in Mature Areas measures the number of net new residential units in mature areas as a percentage of new residential units city-wide. A unit could be a house, an apartment, a garden suite or a garage suite, for example. This measure monitors progress in directing growth to existing urban areas where there is capacity to accommodate population to achieve a compact city. This measure is calculated annually using residential permit data. Permits for new residential units less demolition permits are divided by total permits for new residential units city-wide.

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New Residential Units in Mature Areas measures the number of net new residential units in mature areas as a percentage of new residential units city-wide.
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Sustainable Development
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Urban Planning and Environment
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September 22, 2015
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