ULI has announced a new collaboration with Maastricht University Center for Real Estate and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Center for Real Estate on the recently launched Global Real Estate Leaders programme, a world-class education programme aimed at developing the next generation of industry leaders. Find out more.
ULI Europe Conference | Milan, Italy | 10–13 June 2024
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Progress on the decarbonisation of real estate is hindered by a lack of understanding and collaboration between property owners and occupiers, according to a new ULI C Change report. Occupiers and owners: Faster and further on the pathway to decarbonisation together highlights the barriers hindering effective, sustainable approaches to tackle this shared responsibility, and outlines recommendations to align the interests of both parties and accelerate progress in decarbonising portfolios. Find out more.
Applications are now open to enter the fifth annual ULI Hines Student Competition – Europe, with a submission deadline of 1st March 2024. The prestigious competition invites multidisciplinary teams representing European universities and business schools to put their combined skills, expertise, and knowledge of real estate to the test in a challenging urban regeneration exercise. Find out more and enter here.
Discover key insights linking sustainability to financial performance, actionable strategies to advance decarbonisation and prioritise resilience, and collaborative efforts highlighted by industry leaders in the ULI Global Sustainability Outlook 2024. See how a holistic approach to sustainability can benefit tenants and communities while complying with an evolving regulatory landscape. Read the report on Knowledge Finder.
Emerging Trends in Real Estate® Europe 2024, the 21st annual survey by ULI and PwC of European real estate sector leaders’ expectations for the year ahead, finds an anxious industry coming to terms with the exceptional market conditions currently present in Europe. While some investors remain hopeful, a vast majority of European professionals look for solid footing as ESG requirements, geopolitical tension, and high interest rates disrupt the status quo of the post-Covid era. Download report and read the press release.
The results of the new ULI C Change survey Decarbonisation rises up the investment agenda have been published, They show that 89 per cent of real estate investors and managers now factor in the transition risks to a low carbon economy into their decision making, a firm indication that these risks are being taken seriously by a growing part of the market – and a call to action for the rest of the industry to adopt the same strategy. Find out more: read the full survey results and the press release.
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.SIGRID DUHAMEL BNP PARIBAS