Housing the nation has always been a challenge for Governments around the world. Issues of affordable housing are vital for countries with growing population and escalating housing prices.
Attend the 5th Annual Affordable Housing Projects to examine the critical issues facing the housing industry, explore how the housing sector can grow in the context of an economic crisis and how to deliver more with less, thereby taking advantage of the unprecedented opportunities in this sector. Don’t miss this opportunity to meet the line-up of key international speakers and to network with a very niche and targeted group of delegates from across the world.
This event is qualified for 18 PDUs by The Professional Engineers Board Singapore (PEB).
RICS Asia members can earn 7 CPD hours recognised by RICS after attending all 3 days’ event.
Featuring Key Presentations and Case Studies by Distinguished Industry Experts:
Vasudevan Suresh, Director
Chairman, Policy & Advocacy Committee
International Green Building Council, India
Dr. Jacky K.H. Chung, Assistant Professor – Department of Building, School of Design and Environment
National University of Singapore
Maysa Sabah, Managing Director, GCC Region
Affordable Housing Institute, UAE
Michael Newey, President
Group Chief Executive
Broadland Housing Group, UK
Clive Dutton OBE, Urban Regeneration Expert
Former Executive Director for Regeneration and Inward Investment
Newham Council, UK
Michael Lennon, International Advisor & Former CEO
Housing Choices, Australia
Aditya Agarwal, Senior Consultant
Monitor Deloitte, India
Rosman Wai, Senior Environmental Manager
Hong Kong Housing Authority
Tailor-make your own programme by selecting from any of these streams over Day One and Day Two:
Stream One: Urban Renewal & Community Development
This stream will provide insights into urban renewal and community engagement to effectively implement affordable housing strategies in highly populated cities. Embrace new concepts & learn from the development of new affordable housing initiatives from emerging and existing markets.
Stream Two: Design, Materials & Technologies
This stream will showcase cutting edge construction technologies and how best to incorporate them into the design and construction of affordable housing structures. Here we will also explore cost effective materials for an economically viable, sustainable and replicable construction model.
Stream Three: Housing Finance
This stream will discuss strategies to make deals viable regardless of the anticipated obstacles in the year ahead. Sessions will address the latest on what you can expect from the policymakers, updates in debt and equity financing and creative solutions to give firms an advantage over the competition.
Day Three – Exclusive Post Conference Workshop: Construction Project Management & Delivery
This training is designed to improve collaboration and allow you to complete your projects on time and within budget. It will also help you improve efficiency and transparency at all levels of the project. The training will be applicable for projects of any size giving sound principles as a basis together with more specific recommendations that can be tailored to specific projects. This event will provide you with strategic skills to manage your affordable housing projects effectively to enhance your ROI and bottom lines.
For further details and brochures, please contact: Ms. Esther Wong Tel No: 00 603 2723 6736 Fax No: 00 603 2723 6699 Email add: firstname.lastname@example.org