Local Councils are ULI’s country networks, which organise local events and activities. Local Councils bring together a variety of public and private sector stakeholders to find solutions and build consensus around land use and development challenges.
Local Councils, known as District Councils in the USA, provide an opportunity to influence local land use policy by facilitating knowledge exchange between industry experts and community leaders. Our Local Councils do this through educational forums and events such as conferences, project tours and community outreach programmes.
In the ULI spirit of offering an unbiased and non-partisan exchange on issues impacting the industry, Local Councils provide avenues for active dialogues between the private sector, environmental organisations and public agencies to help provide solutions to local and regional issues.
In Asia Pacific, ULI has 8 Councils:
- Australia – Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne
- China Mainland – Beijing, Shanghai and the Greater Bay Area (GBA)
- Hong Kong
- South Korea
ULI Asia Pacific continues to build a presence in the region, where it eventually hopes to expand by formally launching more Local Councils, including:
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