Technical Assistance Panels (TAPs)
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 ULI’s membership to address land use challenges that require local knowledge to resolve. Typically there is a stakeholder sponsor and an objective team of seasoned professionals forms the panel, and its recommendations often build upon the community’s existing accomplishments.
The Technical Assistance Panels (TAPs) committee assists public agencies and non-profit organizations by bringing real estate, planning and technical experts together to provide unbiased, pragmatic advice for addressing complex land use and development issues. The TAPs committee does not currently meet on a regular basis. The application to have a potential TAP can be found here. If you are interested in sponsoring a TAP for your organization, participating on the TAPs committee or serving on a future panel, please contact [email protected].