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The Planning Department shall prepare an annual report detailing the housing supply and development, commercial activities, and transportation trends in the Market and Octavia Plan Area. The information shall be presented to the Board of Supervisors, Planning Commission, the Citizens Advisory Committee, and Mayor, and shall address: (1) the extent of development in the Market and Octavia Plan Area; (2) the consequences of that development; (3) the effectiveness of the policies set forth in the Market and Octavia Area Plan in maintaining San Francisco's environment and character; and (4) recommendations for measures deemed appropriate to deal with the impacts of neighborhood growth.
(a) Time Period and Due Date. Reporting shall be presented by July 1st of each year, and shall address the immediately preceding calendar year.
(b) Data Source. The Planning Department shall assemble data for the purpose of providing the reports. City records shall be used wherever possible. Outside sources shall be used when data from such sources are reliable, readily available and necessary in order to supplement City records. When data is not available for the exact boundaries of the Plan Area, a similar geography will be used and noted.
(c) Categories of Information. The following categories of information shall be included: Commercial Space and Employment.
(1) The amount of office space "Completed," "Approved," and "Under Construction" during the preceding year, both within the Plan Area and elsewhere in the City. This inventory shall include the location and square footage (gross and net) of those projects, as well as an estimate of the dates when the space "Approved" and "Under Construction" will become available for occupancy.
(2) Plan Area and Citywide Employment trends. An estimate of additional employment, by occupation type, in the Plan Area and Citywide.
(3) Retail Space and Employment. An estimate of the net increment of retail space and of the additional retail employment relocation trends and patterns Plan Area and Citywide.
(4) Business Formation and Relocation. An estimate of the rate of the establishment of new businesses and business and employment relocation trends and patterns within the Plan Area and Citywide Housing.
(5) Housing Units Certified for Occupancy. An estimate of the number of housing units in the Plan Area and throughout the City newly constructed, demolished, or converted to other uses.
(6) Affordable Housing Production. An estimate of the number of new affordable housing units in the Plan Area and throughout the City, including information on affordability and funding sources.
(7) Unit size. An estimate of the mix of unit sizes in the Plan Area and throughout the City including new construction, unit mergers and unit subdivisions.
(8) Unit Conversion. An estimate of average number by unit type in the Plan Area and throughout the City, including condo conversion, and eviction cases.
(9) Enforcement of Project Entitlements. A summary of successful compliance with conditions and design standards for development projects approved in the Plan Area and any enforcement actions taken to ensure compliance or adjudicate complaints
(10) Parking Inventory. An estimate of the net increment of off-street parking spaces in all Districts.
(11) Transit Service. An estimate of transit capacity for peak periods.
(12) Transit infrastructure and capacity improvements. A summary of new transit infrastructure and capacity improvements in the Plan Area and affecting the Plan Area as projected in the Market/Octavia Plan, including a comparison of that increased and improved transit service relative to the number of new housing units and office space approved during the same period.
(13) Transit Impact Fee. A summary of the use of the transit impact development fee funds, identifying the number of vehicles, personnel and facilities acquired.
(d) Report. The analysis of the factors under Commercial Space, Housing and Transportation will compare Plan Area trends to existing conditions, Citywide trends, and regional trends, when relevant. The comparisons will indicate the degree that the City is able to accommodate new development as projected within the Plan Area. Based on this data, the Department shall analyze the effectiveness of City policies governing Plan Area growth and shall recommend any additional measures deemed appropriate.
(Added by Ord. 72-08, File No. 071157, App. 4/3/2008)