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Infrastructure & Property Forum: Urban Planning & Regeneration

BritCham / CBBC
Event type Infrastructure & Property Forum
Date Friday, July 18th, 2014
Time 16:00-18:00
Open for All welcome
Cost Members 100 RMB Non-Members 200 RMB
Contacts jia.wang@cbbc.org.cn
Venue The British Business Centre, Beijing
Organiser BritCham / CBBC
Address 1001 China Life Tower, 16 Chaoyangmenwai Avenue
 
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We cordially invite both members and non-members of the BritCham/CBBC Infrastructure & Property Forum to join us for its second meeting in 2014. 
 
For this event we have invited three organisations to speak about their recent and ongoing projects in China.
 
Space Syntax recently joined Vince Cable’s delegation to the south of China. Chief Representative to China Liu Ning’s presentations were received with great interest by both attending companies and urban planning officials. He will give us an introduction to the methodology and its application in recent projects in China.
 
Priestman Architects are a new member of BritCham/CBBC. Having recently won a competition for the regeneration of Bise village in Yunnan province, Matthew Priestman will relate the experience he gained in the process.
 
The Chinese Society for Urban Studies is collaborating with University College London on a project titled UK-China partnership on developing strategies for China’s urban regeneration and a plan for UK-China cooperation. This project is jointly supported by Mohurd and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Mr Xu Zhenqiang will give the audience an introduction to this project.
 
Agenda
16:00-16:05  Welcome note (Chas Pope, Arup)
16:05-16:10  Updates on recent activities at CBBC: a) Urbanisation mission with Vince Cable; b) Chinese Society for Urban Studies; c) Upcoming CBBC events (Patrik Li, CBBC)
16:10-16:25 Introduction of the concept of Space Syntax analytical tools for spatial configurations and their applications in urban planning, building design and spatial economics (Liu Ning, Space Syntax)
16:35-16:50  Introduction of the Bise village regeneration project in Yunnan province (Matthew Priestman, Priestman Architects, via dial-in)
17:00-17:15  Speech about collaborative investigation with UCL on Sino-UK low carbon urban regeneration (Xu Zhenqiang, China Society for Urban Studies)
17:15-17:20  Closing remarks (Chas Pope/Henry Yang)
17:20-18:00  Networking
 
Registration
Please register for this event online by clicking the button below. Note that only registered guests will receive updates or details of any changes to the event. In the event of cancellations, we kindly ask that you inform us before the event so that we can offer the place to another guest. 
 
About the Infrastructure & Property Forum
Forum overview and objectives
The Infrastructure & Property Forum is of relevance and interest to members in the construction industry including architects, engineers, planners, contractors, developers, investors, brokers and other consultants. This multi-disciplinary forum is intended as a meeting point, discussion group and business advancement source, as well as an education and career development environment for experienced professionals. This includes those from the full range of disciplines, trades and sectors related to the construction and real estate value chain industry.
 
The objective of the forum is to provide a platform to deliver information focusing on the construction and real estate industries, thus serving an area in which British companies and individuals excel globally, and helping them create opportunities to interact with and deepen their knowledge of the China construction and real estate sector.
 
Specifically, the forum aims to: 
  • disseminate UKTI updates and news of relevant VIP visits and other UKTI developments in this sector;
  • provide a point of liaison with the Chinese authorities regarding the construction industry;
  • provide Chinese companies intending to invest in the UK with the opportunity to interact with British professionals.

The forum is chaired by Chas Pope (Arup) and Henry Yang (Haskoll).


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