As unprecedented environmental, social, economic and cultural challenges bear down upon the property industry, connection with ULI’s fundamental purpose forged in 1936 is more relevant than ever: to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide.
Over three days, the 2020 ULI Australia Summit will encompass a variety of forums, addresses, and discussions, that together, draw responsibility for our urban outcomes in the spotlight – and share the concerns of community, authorities, and industry leaders.
Hosted this year at the multi-award-winning Paramount House in Surry Hills, ULI members, thought provokers, politicians, and some surprise outsiders, will consider just what it might take to create better cities by 2030.
Join us for this dynamic three-day event as we explore the theme, “Now or Never: Responsible city-making in the decade of disruption.” Registration is now open and spaces are limited – register now to ensure your place at the 2020 ULI Australia Summit.
Tuesday, 24 March, 2020
Under the Greater Sydney Commission (GSC) plan for Sydney, the proposed Metropolis of Three Cities gives rise to new identities for the existing, emerging, and new urban fabrics proposed for Sydney CBD, Parramatta, and Western Sydney. In November, we explored the theme of “Creating the Western Parkland City.” Continuing our three part City Series in partnership with ULI Corporate Member, Urbis, our second forum focuses on the Harbour City and the integration of cultural and community amenity within development, that contribute to the social capital of a thriving, established CBD.
Wednesday, 25 March, 2020
From climate change to the night-time economy, marriage rights to social housing people are making their opinions heard, holding companies to account and increasingly shaping our cities. We discuss what it takes to mobilise people in this new age of re-engagement with four experts in the art of getting people off the couch.
Individual ticket sales for the movie screening will open soon, through the Golden Age Cinema.
Thursday, 26 March, 2020
Is the property industry really solving problems or just pushing deck chairs around the Titanic? A frank discussion about how we succeed and fail in city-making.
A discussion on the big ambitions and hard realities of delivering some of Australia’s most significant city-making projects.
A series of short presentations from diverse voices sharing their personal reflections on the question: What will good cities need in the coming decade, and what will my influence be?
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