Loudoun desperately needs a development strategy that diversifies our housing portfolio while preserving open spaces. Having first lived in an Affordable Dwelling Unit in Sterling when he first moved to Loudoun County, John is committed to a housing strategy from entry level to retirement.
“My plan for strategic development will help those who work in Loudoun afford to live here, including our teachers, deputies, firefighters, single mothers and young families” -John Whitbeck
John’s vision offers a path to preserving our open spaces and rural economy, including a Transfer of Development Rights program and a commitment to 0% net loss of farmland. Western Loudoun is a tourist destination we cannot lose to careless, sprawling development.