• ULI Europe Conference

    Register for the 2017 ULI Europe Conference by 20 October for the best rate. Read More

  • About Us

    ULI is one of the world’s most respected and diverse organisations in the field of development, land use, and urban planning.  Established in 1936, the Urban Land Institute is a not for profit education and research body with nearly 40,000 members across the globe–and nearly … Read More

  • Mission

    The mission of the Urban Land Institute is to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide. Read More

  • Membership

    ULI members come from all sectors of the built environment from both the public and private sectors across Europe, the US and around the world. Members encompass the spectrum of experience from students through to senior industry figures. ULI membership is global and you can access the benefits of membership anywhere in the world. There are individual and corporate / institutional packages available. Read More

  • Giving Back

    Make a difference: You can support ULI's programme of work in a number of ways, from sponsoring events and meetings to volunteering your time and expertise. Contributions to ULI further our efforts to turn innovative land use ideas into action. Read More


The Collective Old Oak Site Tour

The latest event in the Innovators & Disrupters Series took the ULI Young Leaders to ‘The Collective Old Oak’ to learn all about co-living. We were lucky to have Reza Merchant, CEO, share his entrepreneurial story from a small agency with a few friends up … Read More

Research Insights Series –  Proximity matters…

Location, location, location. For a long time those words were applied to explain the critical factors driving the performance of real estate focusing on the location of the building in its local market and the performance of the local market but are other dimensions of … Read More

L’Accord de Paris: A Potential Game Changer…


In Paris in late 2015, the 21st annual Conference of the Parties (COP-21) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change took place. At this historic event, 195 countries reached an unprecedented agreement to combat climate change by accelerating and intensifying the transition to … Read More

Adapting a heritage house for a carbon sensitive…


119 Ebury Street, a listed Georgian terrace building has recently completed a seven-year journey that saw the building being converted into three sustainable luxury apartments. ULI members were recently taken on a pre-occupation tour of this unique building and insights into how Grosvenor set out … Read More