We have worked with ULI since 2007 developing member-led research and intelligence on a range of critical issues at the interface between cities and real estate. Alongside this we support ULI at member events and summits throughout Europe and beyond.
The Urban Land Institute (ULI) is a global, member-driven organization comprising more than 40,000 real estate and urban development professionals dedicated to advancing the Institute’s mission of providing leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide.
We have worked with ULI since 2007 to develop member-led research and intelligence on a range of critical issues at the interface between cities and real estate. Partnering closely with the ULI Europe team headquartered in London, we have participated in events and workshops in more than 40 cities across Europe and beyond.
This work has always benefited greatly from ULI’s highly engaged membership base, expert content curation led by the London Office, and the strong credibility and relationships with public decision-makers in cities all over Europe. These have been a recipe for a number of important, popular and agenda-setting reports on issues such as investment tools, density, the innovation economy and city competitiveness.
Key publications produced as part of our collaboration with ULI include:
Our detailed review of the prospects for Northern Italy's two largest cities was presented in Milan to an large audience of investors, developers, politicians and civic leaders.
Launched at ULI Belgium’s inaugural Annual Conference in May 2016, this report assesses Belgium’s two largest cities along 12 dimensions of competitiveness.
This report explores the question of density and urban change by looking more closely at the experience of six European cities. It examines how density may play a role in helping cities in cycles of growth or shrinkage to succeed in the future.
This 2015 report examines what we mean by the term density, and explored the long term benefits density offers to people, the environment and on investments.
Through the partnership between ULI and the Oslo Metropolitan Area, this report aimed to address a critically important issue: how the real estate industry must adapt and meet the demands for sustainable spaces for innovation and enhancing quality of life.
As part of a collaboration between ULI and the City of Rotterdam, this case study of Munich was developed in order to explore the ways in which cities can foster an innovation ecosystem and build a strategy to establish themselves as innovation hubs.
City Government and the Local Business Growth and Investment Climate.
The ULI Europe publication 'To Bid Or Not To Bid: Making Global Events Work For City Development' re-examines the key challenges involved in deciding whether to bid, how to bid, which events to bid for, and how to make the most of such opportunities.
This InfoBurst distils the conversations held at a ULI Urban Investment Network workshop on City Branding held at MIPIM, Cannes, France in March 2011.