Local Member Council Structure
Local Member Councils are designed to engage members based on their expertise and passion within the land use industry. Local Member Councils are topically focused, multidisciplinary groups that meet regularly to exchange ideas, examine industry trends, and share information and best practices in a collaborative and collegiate manner.
Local Member Councils are member-driven and led by co-chairs. Each council determines its program content, guest speakers, and meeting schedule. Meetings should be discussion focused even when seeded by a guest speaker. Limited takeaways are shared with the greater ULI Austin membership.
Now Accepting Applications December 1, 2019 – January 5, 2020
ULI members who serve on a Local Member Council are expected to attend regularly to fully participate in the exchange of information and advance the goals of the Local Member Council. The success of the Local Member Council is dependent upon active participation and meaningful contribution by all members.
Membership on each Local Member Council is limited to 12-20 people and is determined by the application. The application process is designed to ensure an engaging experience that includes diverse, multidisciplinary perspectives on each Local Member Council. If a Local Member Council is full, a waitlist is created and members will be invited to join as availability opens up. At the discretion of the Local Member Council co-chairs, a limited number of guests may be invited to select meetings.
For more information contact:
Chair: Jason Qunell, UFCU
Staff Liaison: Cheryl McOsker
About The Councils
|Local Member Council (LMC)||Description||Meeting Frequency & Participants|
|Housing||The Housing Local Member Council focuses on housing development in the suburbs and the urban core business district.||Monthly|
|Urban||The Urban Local Member Council explores development in Austin within the central business district.||Bi-Monthly|
|Commercial||The Commercial Local Member Council discusses best practices, challenges and other market issues for retail and office related developments in Central Texas.||Monthly|
|Regional Growth||The Regional Growth Local Member Council has a wide-range focus enabling ULI members in Central Texas to look at issues unique to their local communities.||Monthly|
|Master Planned Communities||The Master Planned Community Local Member Council shares best practices in the planning, financing and development of both traditional and non-traditional master-planned communities.||Monthly|
|Multi-Family Housing||The Multi-Family Housing Local Member Council will take a look at issues and trends related to developing and renting this product type in central Texas.||Monthly|