FT/ULI Sustainable Cities Award

The FT ULI Sustainable Cities Awards recognize outstanding and innovative programs that advance the application of sustainability principles to land use and thereby promote their incorporation in cities and in the general real estate industry. Award-winning programs will have global relevance, will add strategic value to companies and communities, and will enhance the environment. Programs submitted for consideration must be implemented and showing results, or they must be provoking significant new ideas and perspectives.

Category Award
Type Sustainable Architecture Award
Genre Sustainability
Country London, UK
RegDeadline 11 April 2008 GoogleCal iCal
11 April 2008 (Must be Postmarked)
Eligibility All
Target Field Entries may originate anywhere in the world.

Reinhard Kutscher (Chairman of the Management Board, Union Investment Real Estate AG, Hamburg, Germany)
Guy Battle (Principal, Battle McCarthy, London, UK)
Todd Mansfield (CEO, Crosland, Inc, Charlotte, NC)
Chandran Nair (Founder & CEO, Global Institute For Tomorrow, Hong Kong, China)
Lee Polisano ( Principal, Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, London, UK)

Judging Process

Up to seven winners will be recognized at an awards ceremony and dinner at the conclusion of the FT ULI Sustainable Cities conference at the East Wintergarden, Canary Wharf, London, UK, on June 16, 2008.

Entry Fee
If the primary sponsor or client is a public-sector or non-profit organization, the application fee is US$250/€175/£125.
For all others, including individuals, the application fee is US$500/€350/£250

Application form, Programme merits (maximum two pages), Images (maximum 20 images)

Submission Address
2008 FT ULI Sustainable Cities Awards
ULI–the Urban Land Institute
1025 Thomas Jefferson Street, N.W.
Suite 500 West
Washington, D.C. 20007
Tel. 202-624-7000

Up to seven winners will be announced during an awards ceremony and dinner, culminating the FT ULI Sustainability conference on June 16, 2008.

Financial Times / Urban Land Institute

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