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Urbanisation and Sustainability - How To Bring Them Together
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We bring together unique perspectives on modern metropolises from an architect, a developer and an end-user on sustainable buildings in Hong Kong, the various stages of their life cycle and their impact to our environment. We will discuss new architectural trends to make buildings greener but still profitable for the developer and the motivation of end-users and their willingness to pay a premium for green buildings.

21/01/2016
When: Thursday, January 21st, 2015
From 12:30 PM until 2:00 PM
Where: CanChamHK Boardroom
1301 Kinwick Centre
32 Hollywood Road
Central
Hong Kong
Contact: Julia Luu


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Urbanisation and Sustainability -
How To Bring Them Together


Part 4 of the Urbanization in China Series

Presented by CanChamHK's Property and Sustainable Development Committee

 
Date:        
Thursday, January 21st, 2016
Time:       12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Venue: 

 

The Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong
1301 Kinwick Centre
32 Hollywood Road,
Central, Hong Kong

Price:      
 
Members: HK$200 / Non-Members: HK$300
(Business Lunch included)
About the Event:
In modern metropolises like Hong Kong, Singapore and Shanghai the balancing act between urbanisation and sustainability continues to be both challenge and an opportunity. We bring together unique perspectives on this from an architect, a developer and an end-user on sustainable buildings in Hong Kong, the various stages of their life cycle and their impact to our environment. We will discuss new architectural trends to make buildings greener but still profitable for the developer and the motivation of end-users and their willingness to pay a premium for green buildings.

Join us in this discussion as we explore this fascinating topic about bringing together urbanisation and sustainability in green buildings.
About the Speakers:
Andy Yeung
Head of Technical Services and Sustainability,
Hongkong Land Limited


He is responsible for Technical Services Management and Sustainability Management for the company. He graduated from the University of Hong Kong with a bachelor degree in engineering and later on obtained a master degree in Environmental Management. He possesses more than 20-years technical services, energy management, sustainability, and management experience through his work in a number of key property companies.
Robert Marshall
Principal, Global Director Planning & Landscape
B+H Architects


Robert Marshall is the Global Director of B+H Architects planning, urban design and landscape practice. Robert has 30 years of experience in design consulting services for a wide variety of clients in many different parts of the world. He has been responsible for the development of master plans for new cities in the Middle East and India, and for large private development plans, campus plans, regeneration plans and resort plans in North America, Asia, and the Middle East.  Through this experience he has witnessed and contributed to the growing importance and significance of sustainability as the driving force in architectural and urban design and development.
Susannah West
ESS Director, South Asia
Jones Lang LaSalle Limited


Susannah has worked in energy and sustainability for more than fifteen years, the last four with JLL.  She currently heads up the Energy and Sustainability Services business for South Asia.  Prior to this she was managing the sustainability requirements for a 1.4 million sqm property portfolio in Australia.

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