WHAT IS A ULI PRODUCT COUNCIL
ULI has 63 U.S. Councils, focusing on 30 areas of activity in development products, development processes, and international issues. A complete list of product councils, as well as more information, can be found on the ULI Americas website.
BENEFITS / ROLE OF A ULI PRODUCT COUNCIL
ULI Product Councils play a key role in ULI’s mission of providing leadership in the responsible use of land and creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide. Through the exchange of information and the sharing of best practices, Council meetings offer industry leaders vital opportunities to further ULI’s mission, while building a valuable network of colleagues across the globe.
ULI Council members play a critical role in building communities, developing and redeveloping neighborhoods, envisioning and re-creating business districts, planning and implementing industrial parks, bringing residential, retirement, and recreational spaces to life, and designing mixed-use facilities that are a part of our nation’s sustainable urban and suburban environments.
• Provide a forum for information exchange on the “state of the art” in the development field
• Develop and maintain an informational and response capability for addressing development problems and opportunities
• Provide an appropriate focus on the major social and economic goals and issues of the day
• Provide input to influence community attitudes and lifestyles regarding the development
• Apply research to innovative applications in land use planning
TO JOIN A ULI PRODUCT COUNCIL
If you are interested in applying to participate in a ULI Product Council, go to the ULI Navigator to submit an interest form to be considered. Please be aware that membership for a Council is highly selective, criteria used by each Council’s leadership includes, but is not limited to:
• The number of available seats on a Council
• Professional role of the applicant vs. current representation on Council
• Geographic region in which the prospective member does business vs. current representation on Council