University College London (shortened as UCL), founded in London in UK, is a world-renowned university. Its Bartlett School of Architecture is the biggest one of its kind in UK and ranks the 1st in EU and 2nd in the globe, released by QS in 2017. of We are delighted to announce that Bartlett academics will lead a delegation to China, including destinations as shown on the map.
The timing of this visit could not be at a more important time for China who are addressing the tensions between economic prosperity, heritage, environment and resources and health and welfare.
In addressing these tensions ‘value’ will be created. The role of the knowledge base to generate the evidence to help inform the development of more vibrant urban-rural places to live and work has never been more critical than now.
China’s strategic development programmes such as ‘Belt and Road’ and Xiongan have aspirations to construct modern world-class, green, sustainable, resilient and smart cities whilst preserving the ecology; enjoying blue skies; fresh air and good ‘sponge-city’ water management.
Economic prosperity in these new zones will benefit from the development of policies to support high-end innovative industries as new growth engines – but this will demand high-quality public services, infrastructure and transportation serviced by new urban management models.
UCL Bartlett’s academics will share their experience on how disciplines such as urban spatial master planning, new paradigm for real estate design, delivery and management; innovative financing mechanisms, digital innovation; public spaces and regeneration can create, retain and enhance value – and how to measure it.
Where time allows UCL academics will share with conference delegates Case Studies which used selected ‘tools’ as part of a rigorous and critical approach to help determine VALUE.
We sincerely invite you to join our workshop in Guangzhou on 26th Oct to meet the delegation and exchange ideas with each other.
09:30-12:00 Presentation by Ju Li, Managing Director, Holmes Miller China
12:00-13:30 Lunch break
13:30-14:10 Presentation: how to design a building’s optimum layout which captures the most value from the movement of people within and between buildings eg. shopping malls; museums; hospitals, stadiums etc.
Speaker: Dean Professor Alan Penn, Bartlett Faculty of Built Environment
14:10-14:50 Speaker: Andrew Edkins, Director of The Bartlett’s new Real Estate Institute
14:50-15:30 Speaker: Dr Claire McAndrew, senior lecturer, Bartlett’s new Institute for Digital Innovation in the Built Environment
15:30-16:10 Panel discussion and Q & A
16:10-17:00 Pre-booked one to one meeting or free networking
Members 1000 RMB Non-Members 1500 RMB per person with a working lunch induced
Simultaneous (or consecutive) interpretation
* Attendees will acquire the “Certificate of Attendance” issued by UCL.
Please email your name, company name, working title mob number, email address and your inquiries to the following person to register and get further notice on payment process.
Rita Huang 黄女士 T: +86 (0)20 – 8883 2120 ext. 808 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
organised by BritCham, CBBC, UCL, and Yangcheng Design AlliancePartner Logos:
Start date: 2017-10-26
Start time: 09:00
End time: 17:00
Venue: 22/F, British Centre, 5 Zhujiang Xi Road, Guangzhou
Directions: 22/F, British Centre, 5 Zhujiang Xi Road, Guangzhou
Phone: +86 (0)20 – 8883 2120