Many needed homes can be built using existing structureson previously developed land, or in undeveloped land within neighborhoods on large yards or empty parcels (often referred to as infill development)Building on undeveloped land outside of core areas has a variety of negative impacts (e.g., poor use of infrastructure, habitat loss, increased road budgets, impervious surfaces). Creating a fee for developing these areas can incentivize better reuse of existing land that is connected to existing neighborhoods and be a revenue source for infrastructure in village or downtown areas.