European Forums

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February 04, 2020 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM Hotel Okura: check individual agendas for room Open to All Attendees
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We are excited to introduce four new Forums, which will take place on the afternoon of Tuesday 4 February 2020. The forums will be part of the overall conference programme and focus on subject areas which we hope to develop into new European Product Councils to add to the eight councils already active in Europe. The forums are free of charge to attend for ULI Europe Conference attendees and will focus on the following topics:

The Creative Placemaking Forum will focus on best practices for creating vibrant places where people can live, work, and play, with a focus on creative ways to make places more lively and thriving for example through culture, arts, music and events.

Creative Placemaking Agenda

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The Life Sciences Forum will concentrate on the leadership of public and private sector organisations who develop and operate life science facilities to develop a broader knowledge base in Europe around the case for development of and investment in life science.

ULI Life Sciences Agenda

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Living Concepts will focus on emerging and developing residential concepts and service models such as student housing, PRS, senior living and co-living. ULI Europe currently has a Residential Council focused around affordable housing and this forum will focus on the newly developing areas of residential development and investment.

Living Concepts Agenda

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The Urban Development & Infrastructure Forum will focus on development projects particularly around interchanges such as airports, train stations and ports and how the development of this infrastructure is linked with the urban development around it. This forum offers the opportunity to bring both private and public sector together and will allow members to consider issues surrounding PPP in more detail.

Urban Development and Infrastructure Agenda

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If you have any further questions, please contact ULI Europe’s Product Councils Senior Associate: