ULI Ireland

Urban development and regeneration have never been more important to Ireland. Consistent with the ULI global mission, ULI Ireland aims to provide multi-disciplinary thought leadership for the development of sustainable urban communities suited to the needs of Ireland, its current and future generations.

Launched in November 2012, ULI Ireland is the newest National Council in Europe and has an active and fast growing membership.

Membership includes leading private and public sector professionals working in urban development throughout Ireland. It includes developers, architects, real estate companies, housing agencies, planners and professional services companies.

ULI Ireland also provides the opportunity for urban development professionals to meet socially, exchange ideas and create networking opportunities.

Bringing together practitioners from all disciplines ULI Ireland is a forum for key issues to be discussed constructively and for the formulation of submissions to national policy makers and local authorities.

For 2015 our plan of activity covers the most topical issues and development challenges.

Issues to be to covered at our monthly round table meetings include ‘Build To Rent’ Residential Development, DCC Living City Initiative, Dublin Docklands STZ, Retail Development Trends, CBD Office Space Supply and Demand and Residential Standards.

Membership of ULI, either Individual or Corporate, delivers a range of benefits to anyone with a long term interest in real estate in Ireland. In addition our affiliation with ULI Europe and National Councils throughout the world means ULI Ireland members are part of a global network of urban development professionals and best practice throughout the world.

For more information on becoming a member of ULI Ireland contact Aymar Pirzada at aymar.pirzada@uli.orug or Kathy Hively at Kathy.hively@hines.com

ULI Ireland Chair

Brian Moran
Hines Ireland

ULI Ireland Coordinator

Kathy Hively
T: +353 1 799 9901
E: ireland@uli.org

Executive Committee

Kevin Hoy
Mason Hayes + Curran

Enda Faughnan
PricewaterhouseCoopers

John Bruder
Burlington Real Estate

Enda Luddy
CBRE

Robert Murphy
Irish Life Asset Managers

John O’Connor
Housing Association

Tom Dunne
Dublin Institute of Technology

Donald MacDonald
Hooke & MacDonald