3 MAR 2017: RICS Heritage Conference 2017


Theme: “Sustainable social and economic benefits in built heritage conservation”

Date: Thursday 2 March 2017 (Conference)
Friday: 3 March 2017 (Guided tour)

Venue: The Hong Kong Jockey Club, Voting Members Box

Organiser: RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors)

Heritage conservation in Hong Kong is a subject which generates diverse views in the community and presents a range of challenging issues. This conference aims to review the policy, planning and operation of preserving heritage buildings with case studies, discussions of key success factors and critical issues to be resolved by various stakeholders. Expert presenters and panellists will examine how heritage conservation contributes to economic, environmental and social sustainability of urban areas, and how adaptive reuse of architectural heritage structures of the past serves to benefit present and future generations.
The conference will also showcase overseas case studies, and provide a platform for regulators, businesses, operators, users and professionals to discuss the challenges, brainstorm potential solutions and come up with recommendations to the government to reinforce built heritage conservation in Hong Kong.

To know more details, please visit rics.org/heritage2017