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October 13, 2016

Seminar on Macau new town development: Explore the huge potential of the Macau building and construction market
 
With the imminent completion of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge, business activities, especially in the building and construction sector will take off with a new perspective to pave the way for long term cooperation between Hong Kong and Macau. 
     Riding on this opportunity, HKTDC and Building Journal jointly organise a professional seminar on October 27 at the Hong Kong Internatioanl Building & Hardware Fair (concurrent events: Eco Expo Asia and Hong Kong International Outdoor & Tech Light Expo) to bring major stake holders in the region together, including building and construction professionals, developers and representatives from related institutes and associations in Macau and counter-parts in Hong Kong to explore the enormous potential of opportunities and collaborations in the Hong Kong-Macau region.

Limited seats are available FREE on a first-come-first-served basis. REGISTER NOW! Certificate of Attendance will be issued upon request. Supported by CIOB Hong Kong, Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors and Macau Construction Association.


Transportation   Free Shuttle to and from venue <Click here for details>

Seminar programme and registration <Click here>
 


Macau Reclamation Area A to provide 32,000 residential units
Site formation work of Macau Reclamation Area A is approaching its completion as scheduled within 2016. It is expected that the first batch of housing projects could be available, the soonest, in 2020.
     Reclamation Area A is the largest plot among the five planned reclamation sites. The new land will provide much needed space for the growth of the city in the coming decades. Area A has an area of 137 acres and according to the Macau SAR Government's latest proposal, a total of 32,000 residential units could be provided. 
     It is also suggested that the government may look into the potential of utilizing underground space in a large scale to accommodate commercial and public facilities, which is already proven a success in some Asian cities.



 








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