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July 5. Moscow Hall. 13:00 - 14:15

Briefing

Development priorities. Projects changing Moscow

Increasing the quality of life of residents is one of the key priorities of Moscow's development. This goal is achieved by implementing large-scale projects in the housing and transport industries and creating quality public spaces. Such projects include the renovation programme, transport mega-projects — the Moscow Central Ring and the Moscow Central Diameters, Zaryadye Park, which has won many awards, including a special MIPIM Jury Award. Large-scale projects change the city, creating a new quality of life for millions of residents. The ability of the city to implement mega-projects in the shortest possible time brings Moscow to being one of the global leaders of urban development.

  • How do the projects implemented in Moscow correspond with the priority of improving the quality of life in the city?
  • How will the city change with the implementation of such large-scale transport projects as the Moscow Central Ring and the Moscow Central Diameters? How will the residents benefit from the implemetation of these projects?
  • How fast is Moscow developing in comparison with other major megacities?
  • What are the challenges facing the city in the future?

Moderator

Vladimir Soloviev
Founder, EVERYCO

Speakers

Marat Khusnullin
Deputy Mayor of Moscow
Gérard Mestrallet
Honorary Chairman of ENGIE, SUEZ
Tadao Kamei
President and CEO, Nikken Sekkei
Guy Perry
Vice President, Urban Planning and Design, Dubai
Patrick Ollier
President, Greater Paris Metropolis
Robert Cervero
Professor emeritus of city and regional planning, UC Berkeley
Vladislav Boutenko
Executive Partner, BCG
Jeffrey A. Seider
Vice President, WSP Global Inc.