ULI Hong Kong: Shaping Hong Kong's New Central Harbourfront

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September 20, 2017
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Hong Kong Maritime Museum
Central Ferry Pier No. 8 Hong Kong

The pending sale and redevelopment of Site 3 of the new Central Harbourfront (from Jardine House to the Central Ferry Piers) will shape the future use and enjoyment of Hong Kong’s iconic waterfront. Book your seat for this highly anticipated event that will explore the challenges and opportunities surrounding the sale process and future use of this unique space.

Three panel discussions will focus on the pending sale and redevelopment of Site 3. The three panel topics are: Context; Disposal; and Design.

Panel 1: Context
Moderator: Paul Zimmerman, Co-Founder and CEO, Designing Hong Kong
Speaker 1: David Faulkner, Executive Director, Colliers International
Speaker 2: Damien Kerkhof, Asia Director Cities, BuroHappold Engineering
Speaker 3: Phoebe Chan, Chief Town Planner, Housing and Office Land Supply Section, Planning Department

Panel 2: Disposal
Moderator: Tom Murphy, Senior Resident Fellow, ULI–the Urban Land Institute
Speaker 1: Nick Brooke, Harbourfront Commission
Speaker 2: Francis Lam, HKIS
Speaker 3: Gordon Ongley

Panel 3: Design
Moderator: Maura Wong, Founder of the IDEA
Speaker 1: Simon Bee, Global Design Director, Benoy
Speaker 2: Mark Blackwell, Creative Director, Morphis
Speaker 3: Matthew Potter, Managing Director, WilkinsonEyre

Event Details

Wednesday, 20 September 2017

4:00pm – Registration
4:30pm – Panel Discussion commences
6:00pm – Networking cocktail

Hong Kong Maritime Museum
Central Ferry Pier No. 8
Man Kwong Street
Hong Kong

ULI member: HK$200
Non-member: HK$600


Space is limited and pre-registration is required. Priority will be given to ULI members.

To register, please click here

Registration deadline: Friday, 15 September 2017

Confirmation email for a place in the event will be sent on Monday, 18 September 2017

Enquiries: ULI_HongKong@uli.org

Event Host

Hong Kong Maritime Museum

Event Partners

Buro Happold


Designing HK