2nd Annual City Development 2015

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2nd Annual City Development
17-19 June 2015
Cape Town, South Africa

2nd Annual City Development will cover the most pressing issues currently facing upcoming and existing cities, which are to improve public safety, ease traffic congestion, maximise energy efficiency and reduce environmental impact. This event will bring together city officials, urban planners, utilities, transport operators, developers, investors, contractors and solution providers under one roof to feature cutting-edge technologies, integrated urban planning approaches and sustainable methodologies to transform urban spaces into better places to live in.

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As part of a global successful series of infrastructure events, join us this round alongside industry experts from South African Road Federation – ABSA Capital, South Africa – City of Cape Town, South Africa -Ministry of Finance, Zambia – BlueGreen Planning and Design, South Africa – Department of Municipal Affairs, UAE – Centre for Affordable Housing Finance, South Africa and many more to discuss the most pressing issues currently facing upcoming and existing cities, which are to improve public safety, ease traffic congestion, maximise energy efficiency and reduce environmental impact.

Attend this exclusive “2nd Annual City Development Africa” conference to leverage on urban and township planning strategies, integrate the best financing options, at the same time identify new investment opportunities towards transforming cities to become smarter and more sustainable.

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Follow your own agenda over the course of 3 well-structured days:

Day 1 and Day 2

Stream I: Urban and Township Planning
This stream will focus on urban planning strategies and policy framework to upgrade and develop urban areas. It will also discuss township masterplanning, vision planning, mixed use developments and TODs bottomless potential to boost economic growth.

Stream II: Infrastructure Development and Financing
This stream covers multiple financing strategies, PPPs potential, waste management and utilities infrastructure development to support the growing city.

Day 3

Exclusive session on ‘Urban Mobility’
The population growth and rapid development of cities and urbanisation has led to an increase in travel demand. The most important transport problems are often related to urban areas and take place when transport systems, for a variety of reasons, cannot satisfy the numerous requirements of urban mobility. Take part in this exclusive session to find out more.

Good subjects for you?

If so then get in touch today for more details on registration and group discounts.

For further information please contact the person-in-charge, Emily Ng:
Tel: +27 (0) 21 4313 099
Fax: +603 2723 6622
Email: EmilyNg@marcusevanskl.com

Other upcoming conferences you may like to enquire:
2nd Annual Affordable Housing Africa, 29th – 31st July, Cape Town, South Africa

 

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