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ICE HKA G&S Taiwan Delegation 2016 and Denmark Delegation 2017 were successfully held in November 2016 and April 2017 respectively. Following the delegations, two delegates will share the knowledge and experience they learnt through the delegations in the dissemination seminar.
Echoing the themes of the delegations, ICE HKA G&S is honoured to invite Miss Winnie Lau, Chief Town Planner of Planning Department to deliver a presentation on Hong Kong 2030+: Towards a Planning Vision and Strategy Transcending 2030".
Hong Kong 2030+: Towards a Planning Vision and Strategy Transcending 2030 (Hong Kong 2030+) updates the territorial development strategy promulgated in 2007. It serves to guide planning, land and infrastructure development and the shaping of the built environment of Hong Kong beyond 2030. The planning vision set out in Hong Kong 2030+ is for Hong Kong to become a liveable, competitive and sustainable Asia's World City.
Refreshment will be provided.
Registration will be on a first-come-first-served basis and priority will be given to ICE student and graduate members.
Winnie Lau received her Master degree in Urban Planning from the University of Hong Kong, and is a member of the Royal Town PIanning Institute. Currently, she is the Chief Town Planner of the Strategic Planning Section of the Planning Department, HKSARG. In her present capacity, she has been overseeing the updating of the territorial development strategy (i.e. Hong Kong 2030+ : Towards a Planning Vision and Strategy Transcending 2030) and the formulating of the Lantau Development Strategy, as well as providing professional advice to a number of sectoral studies.