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Bridge42 is pleased to announce our inaugural corporate sponsorship of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) in Australia, a non-partisan organisation connecting both public and private sectors with land use expertise and education, knowledge sharing, and educational and networking events.
We also congratulate our team members who have recently been appointed into committee roles:
- Simon Lee: ULI Asia Pacific Housing Council
- Daniel Miller: ULI Sydney District Council
- Desean Goh: ULI Melbourne Young Leaders Group
As a corporate member, Bridge42 is working with ULI Australia to drive and support the organisation’s events and initiatives nationally.
Company Director, Daniel Miller, said the decision to partner with ULI was in complete alignment with Bridge42’s purpose to ‘reveal the promise of Australia’s emerging future’, through unlocking the potential in every project and delivering transformative outcomes for all of the cities and communities in which the company operates.
“ULI is a progressive and well-respected industry body with a global reach and network. The broad cross-section of members from different professional backgrounds is also great and lends itself to cross-pollination of ideas.
“We look forward to working closely and collaboratively with the ULI Australia team and local, state-based district councils.
“Through our active involvement in ULI committees and initiatives, we are excited at the prospect of hosting international study tours, participating in forums and events, and contributing to industry dialogue and activities which will ultimately enhance urban development and built form practices and outcomes.”
About the Urban Land Institute
The ULI is the oldest and largest network of cross-disciplinary real estate and land use experts in the world. It is a community of globally connected thought leaders and changemakers who are on a collective mission to shape the future of the built environment for creating better communities worldwide.
A trusted, respected and objective source of information on land use and real estate development, ULI’s reputation is built on carefully curated content and a proven ability to drive change through a diverse range of programming and initiatives.
As a multidisciplinary real estate forum, ULI facilitates an open exchange of ideas, information and experience among industry leaders and policy makers. The extraordinary impact that ULI has on land use decision making around the world is based upon its members sharing expertise and best practice on the myriad factors which affect the built environment.