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About ULI United Kingdom

Since 1936, Urban Land Institute (ULI) members have brought their expertise in all aspects of real estate and land use to create and sustain thriving communities.  We are a network of people in every profession and sector in real estate development and land use, from all over the world, in every career stage.

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

ULI UK is the largest ULI National Council in Europe with over 1,000 members from the private and public sectors representing all disciplines within the UK commercial and residential property market.

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There is a growing commitment from the European real estate industry to inaugurate strong #DEI (Diversity, Equity and Inclusion) policies and initiatives according to a new paper by @INREVnews and @ULIEurope. Read the report on ULI’s Knowledge Finder: https://knowledge.uli.org/reports/research-reports/2022/building-a-foundation-for-dei-in-the-real-estate-industry

#ESG: The scale of the challenge is huge, but it is for the sake of our society, and it will be exciting to see how the industry rises to the challenge. Yohance Harper, ULI UK Young Leader Chair, provides closing remarks at #ULIUKCONF.

Show ESG the money, the first afternoon panel at #ULIUKCONF, focused on finance. It’s estimated that we need $6 trillion investment to avoid the worst impacts on the environment by 2050, and we’re only up to $600 billion so far, with investment slowing.

Today’s third panel included a lively discussion on social value and the challenge of measuring long term impact. Transparency in reporting & in where we think we can have real purposeful impact in communities is essential. #ULIUKCONF

Today’s second panel on greenwashing made it clear that across Europe there’s a critical need for conformity/alignment of data metrics for recording and reporting environmental KPIs. #ULIUKCONF