Limited Land, Unlimited Space
20 Apr 2018 | 4:00pm – 5:30pm | MND Auditorium
Networking & Registration from 3.30pm - 4:00pm
Free Admission Prior registration required here
The Centre for Liveable Cities’ latest publication “Land Framework of Singapore: Building a Sound Land Administration and Management System”, examines the critical role of the Singapore Land Authority (SLA) in optimising the land resources for the island’s social and economic development.
Mr Tan Boon Khai
Singapore Land Authority
Mr Tan joined SLA as Chief Executive on 1 May 2015. He is a lawyer by training and was previously with the Singapore Legal Service, holding appointments including District Judge in the former Subordinate Courts of Singapore and Deputy Senior State Counsel/ Deputy Public Prosecutor in the Attorney-General’s Chambers of Singapore. Prior to joining SLA, Mr Tan was with CapitaLand Limited, where he held several portfolios, including Senior Vice-President, Office of the President, Head, Group Procurement, Capitaland, and Regional General Manager (Singapore and Malaysia), The Ascott Limited.
Mr Choy Chan Pong
Centre for Liveable Cities Panel of Experts,
Former Senior Adviser,
Urban Redevelopment Authority
Mr Choy Chan Pong was the Group Director in URA who was responsible for the planning and implementation of the Government Land Sales programme for more than 20 years, up to 2010. He introduced the auction method and the Reserve List System, oversaw the sale of the Business and Financial Centre site and was involved in the sale of Integrated Resort site at Marina Bay.
Poster Image Courtesy of Magnus Manske, Wikipedia