Young Leaders

The mission of the Young Leaders Group is to provide a unique forum for the industry leaders of tomorrow to engage with the leaders of today, and to connect local expertise with global knowledge across the entire spectrum of real estate disciplines.

Young Leaders

ULI’s Young Leaders programme is open to all real estate professionals under the age of 35 and provides professionals in the early stages of their career with a unique forum to network with their peers, gain exposure to senior industry professionals and continue their professional education and development.

ULI has nearly 400 actively engaged Young Leaders based in the UK, who regularly participate in a broad range of events from lunch-and-learn meetings and networking receptions to cross-border study tours and an annual summer school.  ULI UK Young Leaders also benefit from a mentorship programme that matches young real estate professionals with industry veterans for a 12-month period.

Programme Benefits

ULI Young Leader membership provides access to an esteemed group of future and current industry leaders.  When you join ULI, you receive access to its many resources, publications, and opportunities, including:

• Access to exclusive ULI local and global events and a global network of real estate professionals

• Access to the Institute’s resources and publications

• Subscription to Urban Land Magazine

• Annual Emerging Trends Europe publication

• Special membership prices at the Institute’s online bookstore

• Reduced fees on upcoming industry-leading conferences and events

• Guaranteed invitation to the Young Leader Summer School

• Networking opportunities at the global, regional, and local levels

• ULI’s online member directory

• National Council membership

• Support from ULI’s expert staff

Membership for young leaders costs from as little as £115 per year and offers discounted prices to all of ULI’s events including the Annual Conference in Paris and the CPD-accredited summer school programme.

Join ULI today

Leadership: Alex Jezeph, JLL and Chris Roche, The Collective


Join ULI UK Young Leaders LinkedIn Group here.


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We are delighted to share a podcast with the ULI Tech Forum’s Co-Chairs Adam Burstow, Group Digital & IT Director at Grosvenor Group and Ed Parham, Director at Space Syntax who share their views on how technology influences our urban environment and their vision for the ULI UK Tech Forum. Over the past months the ULI UK Tech Forum have been busy developing a framework that seeks to define the Forum’s mission to create a dialogue around technology, address the opportunities, observe how technology influences our urban environment and better … Read More

Delivering innovation in large scale regeneration – Here East Site Tour

The Infrastructure and Tech Forum recently held a site tour of Here East, to explore how large-scale regeneration sites are delivering and nurturing innovation through the their development phases. On our arrival we were greeted by Andrew Roughan, Chief Operating Director of Here East. Around a model of the Olympic Stadium site, Andrew explained that Here East located in what was the former broadcast centre for the 2012 Olympics. The site is now an impressive innovative and entrepreneurial campus. Here East, a joint-venture between Delancey and Inifity SDC has a … Read More

ULI Digital city and Urban Tech Conference 2018

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Tech Forum: Digital Journey

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Tech Forum: Reshaping our Urban Realm

The ULI UK recently launched the Tech Forum with a Leadership Roundtable amongst a diverse cross-section of Real Estate and Technology professionals. The vibrant debate moderated by Ben O’Neill of Hammerson PLC, ULI UK Tech Forum Chair, highlighted how technology is already playing a leading role in reshaping our urban realm but the complexity of how the industry is adapting and transitioning in this ‘new age’ is still largely unchartered. Amanda Clack, President of the RICS and Head of Infrastructure at EY, set the scene, highlighting that over 60% of … Read More