2047 Vision for Hong Kong Planning, Land & Housing

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Date: 21st May 2016 (Saturday)

Time: 10:00am – 4:00pm

Venue: LT. 8, 2/F, Yasumoto International Academic Park (YIA), CUHK

Language: Cantonese in general 

Poster (English)

Poster (Chinese)

Flyer

 

Abstract:

Hong Kong's population is 7.3 million in 2016. It is estimated to be 8.2 million in 2047. In order to cater for our social needs towards and beyond 2047, we need sustainable planning development strategies. In this forum, there will be a discussion from various perspectives in order to devise better land and housing planning measures for the future of Hong Kong.

 

Morning Session:
1. 2047 HK's Footprint in the Pearl River Delta
Speaker: Paul Zimmerman (Co-Founder and CEO of Designing Hong Kong, Pokfulam District Councilor)

2. Better Land Use in NT towards and beyond 2047
Speaker: Lee, Wing-tat (Chairman of Land Watch, Former Legislative Councilor, Former Member of Housing Authority 1992-2000, Former Chairman and Central Committee Member of the Democratic Party);
Speaker: Lee, Chi-ming (Deputy Chairman of Land Watch , Former Chairman of Institution of Civil Engineers Hong Kong Association)

3. Reframing Land Development Priorities: Future Visions on Brownfield Land in HK
Speakers: Crystal Lee, Chan Kim-ching and Jethro Fung (Members of Liber Research Community)

 

Afternoon Session:
4. When Mortgage Meets 2047
Speaker: Edward Yiu, Chung-yim (Associate Director of Institute of Future Cities of CUHK, Associate Professor of Department of Geography and Resource Management of CUHK )

5. Energy and Climate Challenge in 2047
Speaker: Albert Lai, Kwong-tak (CEO of Carbon Care Asia, Policy Committee Convenor of the Professional Commons)

6. Smart City or Dead Hong Kong? Key Planning Elements for 2047
Speaker: Stanley Ng, Wing-fai (Town Planner, Chairman of the Professional Commons, Founder and CEO of MapAsia and MapKing, Central Committee Member of the Democratic Party)

 

Organizing Units:
CUHK Institute of Future Cities
Centre of Land Resource and Housing Policy
Land Watch
Designing Hong Kong
Liber Research Community
The Professional Commons

 

Registration:

Please register through scanning the below QR code.

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