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July 17   Niemeyer   17:45 - 18:45   |   Innovation, Investments

Mass Housing as an Innovation Driver. Global Experience and Local Challenges

As our society and lifestyles change, as do our ideas and notions about the ideal type of housing. Housing is becoming more compact, new formats are being invented with regard to ownership, individual apartments are no longer valued, and public functions are being removed from apartments. At the same time, the requirements for energy efficiency in housing are being developed, and the city is focusing more on sustainable means of energy consumption and other natural resources. All these factors affect the housing purchase model; although the mortgage segment in Russia has shown high dynamics over the last four years, mortgages have become just one of many tools for ensuring access to and availability of housing.

  • What are the challenges facing the residential real estate market? 
  • How does housing respond to the changing demands of consumers? 
  • What instruments can make housing more accessible?

Moderator

Sergey Riabokobylko
Managing Partner, CEO, Cushman & Wakefield

Speakers

Claudio Acioly
Chief of Training and Capacity Development, UN-Habitat
Vicente Guallart
Research supervisor, Vysokovsky Graduate School of Urbanism HSE
Alice Charles
Project Lead, Cities, World Economic Forum Geneva
Emmanuel Forest
Senior Vice-President of Institutional and European Affairs, Bouygues SA
Darinka Czischke
Assistant professor, TU Delft
Anna Sokolova
Head, Strategy and Marketing Management, GC "INGRAD"

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