ULI France

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About ULI France

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Since 1936, the mission of the Urban Land Institute is to shape the future of the built environment for transformative impact in communities worldwide.

ULI France shares that mission by connecting with both public and private sectors across the country, with pragmatic land use expertise and education, knowledge sharing, and networking events.  Championing diversity and open conversation, ULI France is guided by a Steering Committee and features several Product Councils, Young Leader Group (YLG) and NEXT Group initiatives.

The transformation of liveable urban spaces is not only one of the greatest, but also most urgent challenges of our time. As an interdisciplinary network, the ULI CONNECTS the various industry players and promotes the dialogue between the private real estate industry and the public sector – and not only at a local level. We stand for international exchange, open dialogue and interdisciplinary diversity, true to the motto: Think global, act local. We believe that knowledge becomes more when it is shared, and we draw our content from the broad wealth of knowledge and experience that our members bring to the network. We INSPIRE and get inspired, while taking on new challenges and supporting our members in making sustainable urban development a reality. Together we take responsibility for our cities and go into LEAD, show how ESG can be holistically integrated into urban development and put people back in the centre.

As a ULI member, you support us in realising our global mission: transforming our cities into liveable, urban spaces. Sustainable urban development can only succeed together. Therefore : Let’s do it!

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