This year's ULI Europe Trends Conference will focus on the positive effects of global events on host city's economy and urban regeneration using London Olympics as a live case-study. Exclusive to delegates will be the opportunity to go on a site visit to the Olympic Park, despite the lock-down that will be in place prior to the Games taking place.
After a meeting of the ULI Europe Councils on the morning of May 30th the conference will kick off at 4pm with an expert seminar designed to review and exchange knowledge about the practicalities and opportunities of event-led regeneration looking at London as a prime example.
The ULI Leadership Dinner will take place on the evening of the 30th at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich.
On May 31st delegates will be able to take part in a programme of open presentations, debates and discussions; enjoy a keynote presentation from the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, and share best practice in delivering sustainable large scale city regeneration through global events looking forward to the opportunities for future host cities.
For more information, please visit www.uli-europe.org/london12