The Institute maintained Israel's foremost forum on all questions of national land policy and varied aspects of land use. The Forum numbered some 500 people and convenes periodically in Jerusalem. It consisted of prominent figures involved in the formulation and implementation of national land policy and local land use: Ministers, MKs, mayors, academics, members of the liberal profession, planners, executives and so on.
Every Forum session was devoted to a key land-policy issue, and concluded with specific recommendations. The discussions and recommendations were published in separate pamphlets and distributed to national and local decision-makers.