19 - 22 June, 2011, Grand Hyatt Muscat, Muscat, Oman
Register by 1 May 2011 and receive up to US $850 off!
Download the Brochure
Click here for download center
REGISTER ONLINE BEFORE THE 12 APRIL 2011 FOR THE GOLD PACKAGE TO RECEIVE AN IPAD (*3 IPADS TO BE GIVEN AWAY*)
*To the first three registrants*
Become a Infrastructure IQ Member and receive our weekly newsletter!
Learn more about sponsor & exhibit opportunities
Substantial discounts offered for the first five group bookings. Email us now at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on +971 4 364 2975.
Interested in sharing your story? Contact
Nour Soliman, Conference Director, at
Mark Your Calendar
Tell a Colleague
Download the full programme here
IQPC’s workshops are unique opportunities to spend valuable time with industry experts. These interactive sessions are extended to ensure that you will get to the heart of the conference’s most critical issues and uncover practical solutions you can apply in your own company.
Morning refreshments, lunch and afternoon refreshments will be provided
Chairman, ISS Consulting
and advisor to the Department of Municipal Affairs Abu Dhabi City
Gary has been involved in the formulation of property related laws, but particularly strata and community title laws, in Australia and overseas for the past 30 years. He has responsibility for ISS’s work in property law review and reform. In Australia, Gary served for 9 years on the New South Wales Government’s Strata Titles Act Review Committee in the 1970’s and early 1980’s.
He was on the committee that developed leasehold strata titles for New South Wales; he sponsored the introduction of community titles to Australia in the early 1980’s and helped formulate the original New South Wales legislation; he developed the leasehold strata titles legislation and regulatory procedures for Brisbane’s South Bank; he has at various times acted as consultant to the Australian Government, Department of Territories, the New South Wales Government and the Queensland Government. Gary also formulated the project specific legislation for subdivision of Melbourne’s Southbank development, a large and complex mixed-use project.
Providing affordable housing continues to be a challenge within the current emerging Middle East market. Governments within the region are seeking exceptional development frameworks, strategies and legislation toward creating and sustaining affordable housing.
We are looking forward to this summit as we hope that the brainstorming sessions through the four days of innovative content and exchange of knowledge will boost the partnership and concentrate efforts of regional strategic leaders, thus assisting us to reach necessary targets.
It is largely felt that this summit is not only timely for Bahrain itself but for the entire region which is now on the verge of tremendous reform. The agenda successfully addresses all of the strategies necessary for successful reform; development, legislation, financing and above all, partnership.
We are very pleased with the way the summit has been structured and look forward to a fruitful event
[ Register Now ]