Paul is a member of the Urban Land Institute and will be attending the Annual Conference in Paris at the beginning of February. He will also join colleagues on the European Urban Regeneration Council before the main conference. Paul was part of a distinguished ULI Advisory Services panel working on a site in central London.
ULI advisory services panels provide cities with strategic advice on urban development and practical, feasible solutions to enhance their economic and social fabric. Panels link developers, public agencies and other sponsors to the knowledge and experience of ULI and its membership. Each panel follows a proven process that begins with a conversation between advisory services staff and the city to frame the assignment. ULI then assembles an interdisciplinary panel of volunteers who spend up to a week on-site exploring the project, interviewing stakeholders and making recommendations. Panels approach the assignment from all perspectives, including market potential, land use and design, financing and development strategies, and organising and implementation.
Paul’s panel worked on the site called Eccleston Place, close to Victoria Railway station and incorporating London’s Victoria Coach Station. The work was undertaken in conjunction with Grosvenor Estates.
The full report can be download here: ULI Eccleston Place, London, England