As part of our mission to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities, ULI Colorado works directly with Colorado communities to apply best practices in sustainable land use. Through our Technical Advisory Panels and Building Healthy Places workshops, we partner with local institutions and bring in subject matter experts to assist with their land use challenges.
To learn more about TAPs and Building Healthy Places workshops, contact Marianne Eppig at email@example.com.
Since 1947, the Urban Land Institute Technical Advisory Services program has assembled 400+ ULI-member teams to help TAP sponsors find solutions for issues including affordable housing, economic development, placemaking, healthy communities, walkability, public-private partnerships and infrastructure, among others.
Technical Advisory Panels (TAPs), composed of qualified and unbiased ULI Colorado members who volunteer their time, bring relevant expertise directly into communities to address difficult real estate and land use challenges. TAPs are designed to provide practical and actionable recommendations that produce results on the ground. They are not academic exercises, but are intended to be blueprints for positive change. TAPs help communities establish this direction and inform next steps, including targeted investments in planning, economic development and infrastructure. Learn more here!
BHP Workshops provide technical assistance to communities by engaging ULI members as volunteer experts in the fields of real estate, architecture, planning, and public health, among others. In this one-day workshop, ULI volunteer panelists study and work with selected communities to provide concrete, achievable findings and recommendations to create opportunities for enhancing community health and wellness through the built environment. Learn more here!