News 10 november 2011
E3forum & CityBuild to discuss an efficient city
Life and development of any modern city nowadays
is unthinkable without an established infrastructure of transport and social
facilities, effective model of energy consumption and many other aspects that
make up the concept of a comfortable and secure life for citizens.
That is why the International Forum on
Eco-friendly and Energy Efficient Construction e3forum 2012 expands the topic and gets a news global vector and a
brand new large section of the programme on sustainable urban development,
Participants of the 2012 event will
discuss various strategies and approaches to the general planning of the modern
city, including risk management and safe city development. The discussion
will touch on the «Kyiv 2025 Development Strategy», as well as general plans
for urban development in Europe, with working concepts of Green Cіty Development. Transport, safe and effective utility and energy
network, decreasing damage to the environment, eco-friendly and energy-saving
housing are listed in CityBuild 2012 agenda.
The forum is organised by Premier Expo
(Ukraine) and ITE Group Plc (UK). It is supported by Ministry of Regional
Development, Construction and Housing
and Communal Services of Ukraine, the
National Union of Architects (NSAU), Ukrainian Security Industry Federation
(USIF), Ukrainian Union of Fire and Technological Safety (USPTB), the Ukrainian
Construction Association (UBA ), the Union of manufacturers of building
materials in Ukraine.
Organisers invite to participate mayors
in Ukraine and abroad, the main architects and competent municipal officials,
as well as investors and developers, representatives of real estate market and
market of safety equipment and technologies, NGO, planning institutions, as
well as anyone interested in future city development.
February 29 - March 2, 2012
International Exhibition Centre
Brovarsky Ave 15, Kyiv, Ukraine
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