Egypt’s Cityscape real estate conference kicks off Tuesday

Cityscape Egypt Conference is officially opened, today, Tuesday, 5th April 2016 at Kempinski Royal Maxim Palace Hotel, the 1st Settlement district in New Cairo by H.E. Mostafa  Madbouly, Minister of Housing, Utilities, and Urban Communities.

The event is held in the presence of some Egyptian government officials, including H.E. Mostafa  Madbouly, Minister of Housing, Utilities, and Urban Communities, and Dr. Ahmed Darwish, Deputy Minister for Urban Renewal and Informal Settlements at Ministry of Housing, Utilities and Urban Communities.

Cityscape Egypt Conference features over expert 50 speakers from top developers, as well as government authorities including Dr. Assem El Gazzar, Chairman of General Organisation for Physical Planning, and Eng. Magdy Ghazi, Vice President of the Industrial Development Authority, as well as celebrity speaker Dr. Amr  Ellisy, journalist and television presenter.

Under the rubric “Urbanisation, Regeneration and Partnership”, Cityscape Egypt Conference will feature an interview session involving Eng. Hussein Sabbour, Chairman of Al Ahly for Real Estate Development, and Minister of Housing. It is set to discuss the main feature of the Egyptian government’s future scheme and the updates of mega national projects and real estate regulations.

Mr. Magued Sherif, newly-appointed Managing Director of SODIC, will be participating in a panel session about the future of urban development in Egypt.

Cityscape Egypt Conference will be running between 5th and 6th April at Kempinski Royal Maxim Palace Hotel, Excelsior Ballroom, to be followed by the Cityscape Egypt Exhibition, the country’s biggest annual property event, from 7-10 April in Cairo International Convention Centre.