The evolution of the city as an organism has fascinated and captured the imagination of land and built environmental professionals for decades. In the wake of rapid urbanisation and the unprecedented growth of megacities, the concept of a “smart city” has dominated global discourse.
3 September 2017
Driving efficiencies, fostering sustainability and creating thriving, harmonious communities fit for future generations is at the heart of central and local government strategies worldwide.
Against this backdrop, we hosted a session on Future Cities. It began with Dr Simon Moores highlighting the brilliance and allure of the evolving urban eco-system, while ensuring the audience were more than acutely aware of the challenges and threats posed by such exponential growth.
Dr Moore’s was joined by experts who showcases the practical reality of their smart city vision and strategy.
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The RICS World Built Environment Forum Summit reconvenes in London in 2018. These two days of cutting edge debates will focus on the commercial strategies needed to harness the enormous potential of the 21st century’s people and places.
The World Built Environment Forum is a global network of professionals combining knowledge, skills and resources to shape the environment global populations need