Future City Forum + WaterfrontExpo 2010 preview

The Future City Forum + WaterfrontExpo will take place on 24 - 25 November at the Mermaid Theatre, London.

The international conference is returning to London for the first time since its inaugural show in 2003 and will include seminars and case studies from leading experts on areas such as project funding, urban and waterfront regeneration, urban retrofitting, and the impact of the transition to a low-carbon economy.

The aim of the event is to give guidance to both public and private sector organisations on the best practice in solving financial, economic, social and environmental challenges facing their cities, developments and organisations.

The event is supported by the London Development Agency and other cities worldwide including Toronto, Hamburg, Edinburgh, Stockholm, Peterborough, Belgrade, San Sebastian and Montenegro.

Speakers include Dave Anderson, director of city development at Edinburgh City Council, John Campbell – CEO of Waterfront Toronto, and Branimir Gvozdenovic – minister of economic development for the Republic of Montenegro.

For more information visit www.futurecityforum.com.

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