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Egypt Housing Forum set to hold in Cairo

In order to address the urgent housing needs of Egyptians, a housing forum is set to take place in Cairo, Egypt. The Housing Forum, dubbed ‘The Egypt Housing Forum’ is scheduled to take place at The NileRitz Carlton, on 5-6 December, 2018.

Speaking on the event, the Conference Director, Chiara Palieri, said ‘’the forum is the only dedicated housing event which will gather stakeholders from government, developers, architects, investors, contractors and suppliers to address the urgent requirements within the Egypt housing market’’.

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Speaking further he said “Witnessing the construction boom of the housing sector in Egypt is a testament of the Renaissance of the country. With a rapidly growing population, creating sustainable and high-quality housing units is of paramount importance and we are delighted to have all key stakeholders present in our event.”

The two-day conference will discuss a variety of industry related strategic topics focusing on the growth of the housing market in Egypt, while an estimated $28 billion dollars will be spent on housing mega projects by 2030.

A host of industry experts from some companies including Al Futtaim, Hamza Associates and National Urban Community Authority will be leading keynote panel discussions and presentations that will address key topics including financing, social housing, smart housing technologies and the latest projects commissioned in the market.

The conference will be full of activities including panel discussions, keynote presentations, award ceremony and networking opportunities.

SOURCE: worldconstructiontoday.

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