ULI Advisory Services and Technical Assistance Panels (TAPS)

The Urban Land Institute has a long history of providing unbiased, practical ideas and best practices on land use and sustainable development. ULI Idaho has continued this tradition through engaging our members in sharing their collective experience and expertise to local communities.

ULI Advisory Services and Technical Assistance Panels (TAPS)

Since 1947, Advisory Services panels have helped communities find strategic, practical solutions for the most challenging issues facing today’s urban, suburban, and rural areas. During a concentrated one-week effort, panels address challenging real estate and land use issues and provide solutions.

Technical Assistance Panels (TAPs) are part of the ULI Advisory Services program. TAPs were designed to be run and implemented by District Councils, the local chapters of ULI. Panelists for these one- to two-day work sessions are selected from the District Council’s membership to address land use challenges that require local knowledge to resolve.

As with other Advisory Services panels, the scope of the work is defined by the sponsor. An objective team of seasoned professionals forms the panel, and its recommendations often build upon the community’s existing accomplishments. As always, the outcome is of the high quality for which ULI is known.