In late January, Maureen McAvey presented findings from the Ten Principles for Building Healthy Places report at the inaugural meeting of ULI’s Carolinas District Councils in Charlotte. This report, which is the newest report in the Ten Principles series, distills lessons-learned from the three Advisory Services panels ULI conducted in the spring of 2013, as well as insights from a workshop attended by experts from a variety of fields.
The principles described in this report, if acted upon, will help people live longer, more productive lives, encourage healthy choices and lifestyles as well as improve a community’s competitive advantages. Developers, investors, local governments, and citizens all prosper from a healthy community.
Participants in these events hear from ULI staff, prominent members, and local response panels about how the principles outlined in this report can be used to design and build healthier places in their communities. The programs, which will be held in approximately 20 cities across the country over the next few months, provide an opportunity for information sharing and strategy discussions.
Building Healthy Places Speaking Events (all in 2014):
ULI Carolinas, Charlotte, NC, January 23-24
ULI New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, February 21
ULI Northwest, Portland, OR, February 25
ULI Northwest, Olympia, WA, February 25
ULI Northwest, Seattle, WA, February 26
ULI Idaho, Boise, ID, February 19
ULI Idaho, Coeur d’Alene, ID, February 27
ULI Michigan, Detroit, MI, March 6
ULI Nevada, Las Vegas, NV, March 6
ULI Southwest Florida, Estero, FL, March 12
ULI Hawaii, Honolulu, HI, March 13
ULI Southeast Florida/Caribbean, Miami, FL, March 13
ULI Cleveland, Cleveland, OH, March 19
ULI Philadelphia, Bethlehem, PA, March 19
ULI Kansas City, Kansas City, MO, March 25
ULI Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, March 26
ULI North Florida, Jacksonville, FL, March 26
ULI Atlanta, TBD
ULI New York, TBD
ULI Richmond, TBD