Urban Regeneration of Neighbourhoods Through Partnerships — Opportunities for Jakarta

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2021-12-03
2021-12-03T10:00:00 - 2021-12-03T11:30:00
Asia/Bangkok

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    2021-12-03T10:00:00 - 2021-12-03T10:30:00
    Asia/Bangkok
    Keynote Case Study Presentation: Tanjong Pagar, Singapore
    2021-12-03T10:30:00 - 2021-12-03T11:30:00
    Asia/Bangkok
    Response Panel Discussion and Audience Q&A
    2021-12-03T09:55:00 - 2021-12-03T10:00:00
    Asia/Bangkok
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    Effective regeneration planning places people at the forefront. Designs and physical infrastructure invariably follow. That means planners engage with a myriad of stakeholders from start to finish, including formulating a vision that incorporate their aspirations. How could the city create a framework that incentivise the private sector with clear, transparent, and efficient policies? What arrangement should be made to integrate transport modals? And more importantly, how could all sizes of business and income groups thrive in the same neighbourhood?
     
    This forum will feature a keynote case study on a successful mixed-use district — Tanjong Pagar, a historic neighbourhood in Singapore CBD. To rejuvenate it, the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) of Singapore implemented policies in the 2000s that encouraged non-commercial uses. Today, the combination of conservation, commercial and residential uses has created a distinct identity for Tanjong Pagar. Key contributors to the project — developer and government — will share insights into how they balanced civic and commercial needs to achieve a collective vision.
     
    This will be followed by a response panel discussion to arrive at lessons to inform future projects in Jakarta.
     
    PROGRAMME
     
    Keynote Case Study Presentation: Tanjong Pagar, Singapore
    Speakers
    Hwang Yu-Ning, Chief Planner and Deputy CEO, Urban Redevelopment Authority of Singapore
    Cheng Hsing Yao, CEO, GuocoLand
     
    Response Panel Discussion and Audience Q&A
    Panelists
    Wibowo Muljono, President Director, Astra Land
    Hwang Yu-Ning, Chief Planner and Deputy CEO, Urban Redevelopment Authority of Singapore
    Cheng Hsing Yao, CEO, GuocoLand
    Moderator: Wendy Haryanto, Executive Director, Jakarta Property Institute 

    Speakers

    Speaker

    Wendy Haryanto

    Executive Director, Jakarta Property Institute

    Wendy Haryanto was appointed to help set up the institute whose mission is to build a better Jakarta through collaboration. Founded by developers and owners of rise, high density commercial properties, the non-profit organization represents their shared concerns and ideas about improving Jakarta’s livability. JPI serves as a platform for dialogue on policies and joint actions among the city government, the property industry and civil society. Prior to JPI, Wendy was as Chief Operating Officer of a large mixed-use development. Previously at Procon/Savills Indonesia, she held roles as Director and led three retail divisions (Retail Consultancy, Retail Leasing, and Retail Tenant Representative) as Department Head. She was responsible for all development aspects including master planning and conceptualization, market segmentation, investor relations and operational advisory. Wendy’s 30-year experience in the property industry has honed her skills in negotiation, developing property concepts and project execution, as well as leadership. After university, Wendy started her career at consulting firm Procon Indah. She deepened her knowledge working at Summarecon Agung, Agung Podomoro Group, Sierad Pangan, Hero Supermarket, Ranch Market and consulting firm Jones Lang LaSalle.

    Speaker

    Hsing Yao Cheng

    Group CEO, GuocoLand Limited

    Mr Cheng Hsing Yao is Chief Executive Officer of GuocoLand Group, a premier Asian real estate brand focused on creating innovative products that meet the future needs of how people live and work. The Group has a proven track record of developing and managing iconic integrated developments as well as high-end quality residential developments in key gateway cities such as its flagship Guoco Tower and the upcoming Guoco Midtown in Singapore, Guoco Changfeng City in Shanghai and Chongqing GuocoLand 18T in Chongqing, China, as well as Damansara City in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Hsing Yao is also a Director of Eco World International, a developer with key investments in London and Australia. Prior to joining GuocoLand Group, he was with the Singapore public service. There, he held leadership positions at the Centre for Liveable Cities and the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA), and was involved in projects like the Marina Bay and the Sino-Singapore Tianjin Eco-City. Hsing Yao was awarded the Public Administration Medal (Bronze) in 2006. In January 2021, Hsing Yao was appointed by the President of the Republic of Singapore as a Nominated Member of Parliament. Currently, Hsing Yao is a board member of the National Parks Board. He is also Co-chairman of the Integrated Digital Delivery Steering Committee and the Central Procurers Panel at the Building and Construction Authority (BCA). In addition, he is a member of URA’s Design Advisory Committee as well as Heritage and Identity Partnership. Besides serving as an executive committee member of Urban Land Institute (ULI) Singapore, Hsing Yao is a member of the Management Board of the Institute of Real Estate and Urban Studies (IREUS) at the National University of Singapore. In addition, he is also a Director of the Business Improvement District (BID) association for Tanjong Pagar. Hsing Yao holds a Master in Design Studies from Harvard University, Bachelor of Architecture from Newcastle University, United Kingdom and a Bachelor of Arts from National University of Singapore.

    Speaker

    Yu-Ning Hwang

    Chief Planner and Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Urban Redevelopment Authority

    As Chief Planner, Yu-Ning oversees Singapore’s urban planning and conservation of built heritage. She is also a Deputy Chief Executive Officer with the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA), Singapore’s land use planning and conservation authority. Prior to this, she has served various roles in Singapore’s public service including the Strategy Group of the Prime Minister’s Office and the Ministry of National Development. Yu-Ning is a global governing trustee of the Urban Land Institute and a member of its Asia-Pacific executive committee. She is also a fellow of the Singapore Institute of Planners. She serves as board member of Singapore’s Science Centre, Land Transport Authority and the IJ Board of Management. In addition, she is on the Scientific Advisory Committee to the Singapore-ETH Centre Governing Board for the Future Cities Lab (FCL) Global Research Programme. Her academic background is in architecture, urban planning and public policy with degrees from the National University of Singapore and Harvard University.

    Speaker

    Wibowo Muljono

    President Director, Astra Land

    Wibowo heads a real estate development joint venture between Astra International and Hongkong Land. Astra Land develops several iconic projects that has transformed the surrounding areas. They include the signature Menara Astra and the ultra-luxurious Anandamaya Residences in the CBD, Arumaya apartments and Asya – the only township in East Jakarta. Prior to his real estate career in Jakarta, Wibowo started his career practicing architecture in Texas and New York. Wibowo holds a master’s degree in Architecture from The University of Texas at Austin.