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ULI Europe has relaunched its popular Digital Programme, with webinars taking place every other Wednesday on the central theme of "Rebuild, Reshape, and Rethink: Preparing for a New Built World."

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Interview: Marnix Galle, ULI Europe Chairman

Marnix Galle, executive chairman of Belgian developer Immobel, started his two-year term as chairman of ULI Europe on 1 July 2020. Urban Land spoke with Galle about his plans for his chairmanship, the future of real estate, and what he hopes will happen with cities after COVID-19. Read more.

Climate Risk and Real Estate: Emerging Practices for Market Assessment

A new report by ULI and Heitman, in collaboration with Arup and Milliman, finds that real estate investors have started to look beyond the vulnerability of individual properties to climate change and are scrutinising the resilience of the greater market. In this report, ULI and Heitman ask the question: “How are leading investors factoring market-level climate risk into decision-making?” Read the report.

Winner of 2020 ULI Prize for Visionaries in Urban Development Announced

Former Washington, D.C.,  mayor and current head of Federal City Council Anthony Williams has been named the 2020 recipient of the ULI Prize for Visionaries in Urban Development, the most prestigious and respected honour in the land use and development community. He is credited with revitalising the capital city of the United States. Read more.

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ULI Europe Conference 2020: The Great Debate – Who Will Be the Future Winners in Real Estate?
With building occupiers and users demanding more flexibility and services, the role of the property investor and manager is changing. If real value is achieved through active operational management, what role does the passive property owner now play?

Over the years, I have made lasting connections with fellow ULI members from all sectors of the real estate industry. I always appreciate hearing their diverse points of view and new ideas.