ULI Midlands

The Midlands Committee offers a high quality and diverse range of activities throughout the year drawing on and sharing global best practice across the Midlands.

ULI Midlands

The Midlands Committee offers a high quality and diverse range of activities throughout the year drawing on and sharing global best practice across the Midlands. Outputs include: presentations, panel discussions, conferences, site/project tours, study tours, policy lunches, publications, research, practical tools for industry professionals and community outreach programmes designed to overcome economic challenges and promote sustainability.

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Urban Innovation, Circularity and Resilient Cities – Amsterdam & Utrecht

ULI Study Tour: Amsterdam & Utrecht 2018 If you have a top list of cities to visit that exemplify leadership in health, innovation, circularity and human centric development then Amsterdam & Utrecht should be high on the list! The 2018 ULI Urban Innovation Study Tour took place in the Netherlands where we visited leading developments, explored inspiring regeneration districts and met with innovation and city leaders that reshaping vibrant innovative communities. Our tour began at EDGE Olympic, formerly a traditional office building that has been transformed into a 11,107 sqm … Read More

ULI UK Mentorship Programme

Applications for the 2019 ULI UK Mentorship Programme are now open. Due date for applications is the 15th February 2019. If you are interested in becoming a Mentor, please contact Events & Network Manager, Agnes Gomori. ULI UK Mentorship Programme is a group mentoring programme that provides Young Leader (YL) members with a unique opportunity to discuss relevant issues related to real estate and professional development with their peers and an established member of ULI in a confidential and intimate setting. Each group consists of 3-4  YL members under the age of 35.  Members are from … Read More

Capital Markets Masterclass

On Tuesday 30th of October, Simone Pozzato, Director of Investments at Hines, and Aurélien Collignon, Associate Director at FORE Partnership, jointly introduced to a varied assembly of 20 professionals capital markets from real estate perspective. Simone and Aurélien began with a quick reminder of the fundamentals of capital markets and their role in financing economic development – equity versus debt, private versus public, primary versus secondary, retail versus institutional investors. To appreciate the size of global markets, we navigated through The Money Project, a unique visualisation of the world’s money … Read More