Local Product Council
The ULI Virginia Local Product Council provides an opportunity members to share and discuss with their peers pertinent issues that real estate and land use professionals face each day. Sharing many of the same characteristics as a National ULI Product Council, the ULI Virginia Local Product Council is consistent with ULI’s tradition of sharing experiences gained, mistakes made and lessons learned. Please know that to get the most out of your experience, confidentiality is crucial.
Additional attributes the Local Product Council provides:
- A confidential, trusting environment for educational and idea exchanges
- Exploration of business and personal interests/issues
- Business and personal networking
- Professional and personal growth
About ULI Virginia’s Regional Livable Communities Council (VRLCC)
Livable communities tend to share some common traits. They are healthy, safe, and walkable. They offer choices for timely transportation to schools, jobs, services, and basic needs. Livable communities are created through effective planning and decision making by local officials, developers, and individual residents. Making livability the highest priority, we need to implement policies and investments that make sense. This multi-disciplinary group includes developers, planner, Community Development Councils (CDC’s), investors, public sector leaders design, and construction firms.
- Meet 3 times per year
- Share information/best practices
- Participate and collaborate in collegial and active, not passive, manner