|Standard Pricing Until 26 February
|Under Age 35
Please note that the ULI HK Housing Conference will be running under Chatham House Rule. Participants are free to use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speaker(s), nor that of any other participant, may be revealed.
Increasing the attainability of housing is one of the Urban Land Institute (ULI)’s global mission priorities, and the ULI community is committed to addressing the housing challenges in Hong Kong. While much attention is paid to the public housing in which almost half of Hong Kong residents live, 53% of Hong Kong residents live in housing developed by the private sector.
How can private housing be part of the solution? What gaps need to be bridged? How can it become more attainable and sustainable? How can government policy enable better outcomes, and what forms of public-private partnership will create benefits for all?
Join us for the ULI Hong Kong Housing Conference on 5 - 6 March 2024, where we will focus on impactful and actionable conversations shaping the future of this city.
5 March 2024 - Site Tours
6 March 2024 - Housing Conference at the Hyatt Regency Hong Kong
Click here for more details on 2024 ULI Hong Kong Housing Conference.
Site Tour 1: To Kwa Wan Subdivided Unit Visit and Community Tour (in Cantonese)
The tour includes home visits that offer a rare, intimate glimpse into the realities of living in sub-divided units. It is an opportunity to understand the pressing housing issues that exist in Hong Kong from a first-hand perspective.
This is not just a tour, but a meaningful journey that brings you closer to the heart of our community. Your participation will help raise awareness about these critical issues and contribute to the ongoing dialogue for change.
Join us at ULI Hong Kong’s Pok Oi Kong Ha Wai Village tour, Hong Kong’s largest transitional housing project. With its site provided by Henderson Land and completed in 2023, the project encompasses a total of 1,998 units, along with a full suite of amenities and community service. The project, operated by Pok Oi Hospital, was thoughtfully designed, and developed to provide low-income residents with a comfortable and affordable place they can call home.
The tour includes exploring the neighborhood and a presentation sharing on the MIC method, operating model, and project’s sustainable development.
Fee: HKD130 (includes shuttle bus transportation)
The tour promises to reveal insights into the housing needs of top talents, the supply of prime rental housing, and TOWNPLACE's significant role in this market. We will also delve into TOWNPLACE's successful business model and the concept behind the TP SOCIAL CLUB and Community, elements that together offer a "Bleisure" lifestyle.
Seeking to bring positive impact to society through Chinachem’s corporate philosophy that puts equal priority on People, Prosperity and the Planet, the designers and project team have integrated humanistic design with construction technologies to create a greener environment and enhanced quality of life in the district of the city.
The tour includes a visit to the sample floor showcasing four residential units, followed by a presentation on the project design, MiC production and construction technologies.
Site Tour 5: Tai Po – Lok Sin Village Transitional Housing Site Tour
Lok Sin Tong Social Housing Scheme "LST Housing" - Lok Sin Village in Tai Po Project aims at providing affordable rent and family supporting services for low-income families who are waiting for Public Rental Housing and living in dismal conditions.
The land for Lok Sin Village was generously leased by Wheelock Properties Limited for a nominal sum of HK$1, in a show of support for the government's initiative to provide more transitional housing. Today, Lok Sin Village is a thriving community, providing 1,236 transitional housing units and accommodating approximately 2,000 residents.
Don't miss this opportunity to see first-hand how initiatives like these are making a real difference in our community.
Fee: HKD130 (includes shuttle bus transportation)
All cancellations must be made in writing to [email protected] on or before 19 February 2024 (Monday).
Cancellation requests received on or before 19 February 2024
will be refunded with a deduction of HKD 500 administration fee. Cancellations
received on or after 20 February 2024 are non-refundable but name
changes are allowed.
If a registration is transferred from a ULI member to another ULI member, the member fee will apply. If a registration is transferred from a ULI member to a non-member, the non-member fee will apply.
ULI reserves the right to alter the programme without notice including the substitution, alteration or cancellation of speakers and/or topics and/or the alteration of the dates of the event.
ULI is not responsible for any loss or damage as a result of a substitution, alteration, postponement or cancellation of an event.