Our educational public sector workshops help local communities develop a more thorough understanding of the specific land use topics, priorities, and challenges that their communities face.
Public Sector Workshops are a community education program that ULI Southeast Florida/Caribbean began offering to communities in 2018. The workshops feature a panel of regional industry leaders who are experts on the topics of interest to the city. Topics have included density and design, placemaking, and resiliency. The ULI staff work with city staff to set the topics and agenda that they need.
Our workshops focus on overall education and broad action areas, leveraging the expertise and broad knowledge base of the ULI network to educate and guide local communities through difficult land use topics, challenges, and opportunities, enabling public sector leaders to better navigate & address real estate development challenges and issues. Each workshop is led by a multidisciplinary panel of recognized industry experts, and are presented in an educational format that provides a comfortable, respectful environment for candid learning and open discussion, enable your community to confidently move forward on your land use priorities.
What you’ll get out of a ULI Public Sector Workshop:
Build local capacity and cohesion around your community’s key land use challenges and priorities
Learn how to strategically and successfully utilize and collaborate with private sector investment
Discover how to competitively position your community to attract and retain the investment needed to achieve your goals
Develop a stronger understanding of key land use topics impacting your community
Workshops are customized to your community’s needs
You choose the topics most relevant to you
- Development 101
- Visualizing Density
- Public Private Partnerships (P3s)
- Economic Development
- Mobility and Transit-Oriented Development
- Housing Affordability
- Downtown Revitalization
And many more..
Contact us at 954.916.7329 to learn more or reserve an educational Public Sector Workshop for your community