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Fringe Club, 17 October 2009, 10:00am - 12:30pm
2 lower Albert Road, Central, Hong Kong
Free Admission (in English)
Advance Registration Essential: Enquiries & Registration: 2521 7251
[email protected]

Opening Address

Bernard Charnwut Chan: Chairman of the Council for Sustainable Development, which is currently consulting the community on "Building Design to Foster a Quality and Sustainable Built Environment".

Rocco Yim: Architect, well known for landmarks such as IFC and the new Government Offices at Tamar. He is also competing for the West Kowloon Cultural District master plan.

Vincent Ng: Architect, columnist, outspoken critic and member of the Urban Design Alliance and Harbourfront Enhancement Committee.

lan Brownlee: Consultant Planner and former Government employee, who helps developers and community groups with development proposals and objections.

Paul Zimmerman: Urban Activist and a Founding Member of Designing Hong Kong Limited.

Will Hong Kong be one of the greatest cities to live, work and play in?

The experience of our urban environment is increasingly at odds with the fact that we are a global business centre with a unique topography: the harbour, mountains, natural shorelines, white sand beaches, country parks, reservoirs ...

How do we balance density and the quality of our public realm?
The public debate over infrastructure, public space, walled buildings, urban renewal, harbourfront, heritage, nature conservation, destruction of rural land, and air, noise and light pollution demonstrates a growing concern over our planning and development decisions.

Join us at City Speak on 17 October to discuss Livable Density.

City Speak is organised by
The Fringe Club and Designing Hong Kong.
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