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6 июля. Shchusev. 14:45 - 15:45

City-region. Developing the St. Petersburg agglomeration

As the second largest, the St. Petersburg Agglomeration is one of the most promising areas of socioeconomic growth of the country. At the moment, the vector of development of this region continues to be actively shaped, basing upon the three strategic documents: the concept of the joint urban development of St. Petersburg and the Leningrad region, the general plan, as well as the results of coordinating councils on socioeconomic development and transport planning that define the boundaries of the agglomeration, its development potential, transport and engineering solutions. ● Under what conditions is it possible to form a management body that would coordinate the development of the St. Petersburg Agglomeration? ● What are the main features of the joint urban development of St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region? ● What are the similarities and differences in urban development of metropolitan areas of Moscow and St. Petersburg? What are the main trends, prospects and obstacles in the development of the St. Petersburg Agglomeration?

Moderator

Anton Finogenov
Director General of Urbanica Territorial Planning Institute

Speakers

Yury Perelygin
First Deputy General Director, JSC "Russian Research and Design Institute of Urbanistics", member of the Council of NP "National Guild of Town Planners"
Aleksandr Bobkov
Executive Director
Vladimir Sergunin
Partner, Colliers International Russia
Mikhail Golubev
General Director, "Second Partnership"
Vladimir Grigoryev
Chairman of the Committee on Urban Planning and Architecture of St. Petersburg
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