Ian TrehearneBerwin Leighton Paisner
Cities – by 2050 •  63-90% by region of the global population will be     urban •  93% of total growth will happen in the ...
Sarah Elliott         Jonathan Rose       3 Global DP+E ExCom Presentation          Global DP+E ExCom PresentationWestfiel...
Global Cities InitiativeMillion+ cities today             336           cities worldwide with more than 1 million resident...
Global Cities Initiative population                 7bn                environment         sense of place   40            ...
Global Cities Initiative% of urban population    80%living in slums (2005)National average         70%                    ...
Global Cities Initiative                     % of urban population                     living in slums (2005)   80%       ...
Global Cities Initiative                     % of urban population                     living in slums (2005)   80%       ...
Global Cities Initiative                                                                                                  ...
Global Cities InitiativeRight to the City                            10
Global Cities InitiativeRight to the CityParticipatory Rights                            11
Jonathan RoseSports Infrastructure and long term city making   12   Global DP+E ExCom Presentation
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2012               >>   203016   Global DP+E ExCom Presentation
2012 Olympic inheritance  17   Global DP+E ExCom Presentation
Open space and parklandsand parklands  18   Global DP+E ExCom Presentation
Water cityand parklands   19   Global DP+E ExCom Presentation
Connectionsand parklands  20   Global DP+E ExCom Presentation
Neighbourhoods  21   Global DP+E ExCom Presentation
2011-2012  22   Global DP+E ExCom Presentation
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City connection  25   Global DP+E ExCom Presentation
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Pedestrian routes   27   Global DP+E ExCom Presentation
Compact masterplan  28   Global DP+E ExCom Presentation
ProgrammeCompact masterplan  29   Global DP+E ExCom Presentation
Singapore National Day Parade                       parade  30   Global DP+E ExCom Presentation
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City connection  32   Global DP+E ExCom Presentation
Lagoon  33   Global DP+E ExCom Presentation
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2016 Global DP+E ExCom Presentation   35
2018 Global DP+E ExCom Presentation   36
2030 Global DP+E ExCom Presentation   37
Common domain  38   Global DP+E ExCom Presentation
Mukhtiar TandaBerwin Leighton Paisner
www.blplaw.com Page 40 © Berwin Leighton Paisner
Global Infrastructure LeadershipConferenceRosemary FeenanGlobal Research Programmes Director22nd February 2012
Where is the money going?Top 30 cities for direct commercial real estate investment, 2010 – 2011*       Top 10            ...
Sustainable Cities and Investment PatternsGreen City Index v Investment Volumes                                           ...
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BLP Cities

  1. 1. Ian TrehearneBerwin Leighton Paisner
  2. 2. Cities – by 2050 •  63-90% by region of the global population will be urban •  93% of total growth will happen in the developing world •  A large proportion of growth will be in midsize or smaller cities (1.5-5m) •  590m people will be living in cities in India by 2030 – up from 340m in 2008 •  800m people live in slums nowwww.blplaw.com Page 2 © Berwin Leighton Paisner
  3. 3. Sarah Elliott Jonathan Rose 3 Global DP+E ExCom Presentation Global DP+E ExCom PresentationWestfield Shopping Center
  4. 4. Global Cities InitiativeMillion+ cities today 336 cities worldwide with more than 1 million residents 4
  5. 5. Global Cities Initiative population 7bn environment sense of place 40 number of years that the current oil supply can support the world’s energy needs. 2°F average increase in global temperature over the past century.$1.6 trillionestimated cost to fix aging infrastructure in the US. transport + energy + infrastructure resourcesCity challenges: a changing landscape 5
  6. 6. Global Cities Initiative% of urban population 80%living in slums (2005)National average 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% -2 % -1% 0% 5% 10% + Average annual Growth rate 2006-2020 6
  7. 7. Global Cities Initiative % of urban population living in slums (2005) 80% National average 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20%Post Industrial Cities 10% Liverpool Lodz Austin Detroit UK Poland Las Vegas -1.3% / Atlanta USA -0.9% -0.69% USA 5% 10% 3.45% 2.6% + -2 % -1% 0% Average annual Growth rate 2006-2020 - Growing cities in mature economies 7
  8. 8. Global Cities Initiative % of urban population living in slums (2005) 80% National average 70% 60% Rapidly urbanising 50% cities in emerging economies 40% Delhi Ghaziabad India India 3.48% 5.2% Beihai, China 10.58% 30% Brazilia Brazil 2.99% 20% Riyadh Saudi ArabiaPost Industrial Cities 3.09% 10% Liverpool Lodz Austin Detroit UK Poland Las Vegas -1.3% / Atlanta USA -0.9% -0.69% USA 5% 10% 3.45% 2.6% + -2 % -1% 0% Average annual Growth rate 2006-2020 - Growing cities in mature economies 8
  9. 9. Global Cities Initiative Rapidly urbanising % of urban population Lagos Addis Ababa Nigeria cities in developing living in slums (2005) Ethiopia National average 80% 3.40% 4.44% countries 70% Sana a Yemen 5.0% 60% Nairobi Kenya 3.78% Rapidly urbanising 50% cities in emerging economies 40% Delhi Ghaziabad India India 3.48% 5.2% Beihai, China 10.58% 30% Brazilia Brazil 2.99% 20% Riyadh Saudi ArabiaPost Industrial Cities 3.09% 10% Liverpool Lodz Austin Detroit UK Poland Las Vegas -1.3% / Atlanta USA -0.9% -0.69% USA 5% 10% 3.45% 2.6% + -2 % -1% 0% Average annual Growth rate 2006-2020 - Growing cities in mature economies 9
  10. 10. Global Cities InitiativeRight to the City 10
  11. 11. Global Cities InitiativeRight to the CityParticipatory Rights 11
  12. 12. Jonathan RoseSports Infrastructure and long term city making 12 Global DP+E ExCom Presentation
  13. 13. 13 Global DP+E ExCom Presentation
  14. 14. 14 Global DP+E ExCom Presentation
  15. 15. 15 Global DP+E ExCom Presentation
  16. 16. 2012 >> 203016 Global DP+E ExCom Presentation
  17. 17. 2012 Olympic inheritance 17 Global DP+E ExCom Presentation
  18. 18. Open space and parklandsand parklands 18 Global DP+E ExCom Presentation
  19. 19. Water cityand parklands 19 Global DP+E ExCom Presentation
  20. 20. Connectionsand parklands 20 Global DP+E ExCom Presentation
  21. 21. Neighbourhoods 21 Global DP+E ExCom Presentation
  22. 22. 2011-2012 22 Global DP+E ExCom Presentation
  23. 23. 23 Global DP+E ExCom Presentation
  24. 24. 24 Global DP+E ExCom Presentation
  25. 25. City connection 25 Global DP+E ExCom Presentation
  26. 26. 26 Global DP+E ExCom Presentation
  27. 27. Pedestrian routes 27 Global DP+E ExCom Presentation
  28. 28. Compact masterplan 28 Global DP+E ExCom Presentation
  29. 29. ProgrammeCompact masterplan 29 Global DP+E ExCom Presentation
  30. 30. Singapore National Day Parade parade 30 Global DP+E ExCom Presentation
  31. 31. 31 Global DP+E ExCom Presentation
  32. 32. City connection 32 Global DP+E ExCom Presentation
  33. 33. Lagoon 33 Global DP+E ExCom Presentation
  34. 34. 34 Global DP+E ExCom Presentation
  35. 35. 2016 Global DP+E ExCom Presentation 35
  36. 36. 2018 Global DP+E ExCom Presentation 36
  37. 37. 2030 Global DP+E ExCom Presentation 37
  38. 38. Common domain 38 Global DP+E ExCom Presentation
  39. 39. Mukhtiar TandaBerwin Leighton Paisner
  40. 40. www.blplaw.com Page 40 © Berwin Leighton Paisner
  41. 41. Global Infrastructure LeadershipConferenceRosemary FeenanGlobal Research Programmes Director22nd February 2012
  42. 42. Where is the money going?Top 30 cities for direct commercial real estate investment, 2010 – 2011* Top 10 US$ bill 11-20 US$ bill 21-30 US$ bill1.  London 43 11.  Los Angeles 10 21.  Melbourne 52.  Tokyo 32 12.  Beijing 8 22.  Berlin 53.  New York 27 13. San Francisco 8 23.  Calgary 54.  Hong Kong 18 14.  Chicago 7 24. Rio de Janeiro 55.  Paris 18 15.  Taipei 7 25. San Diego 56.  Singapore 15 16.  Sydney 7 26.  Hamburg 47.  Washington DC 13 17.  Stockholm 6 27.  Munich 48.  Seoul 12 18.  Boston 6 28.  Miami 49.  Toronto 10 19.  Moscow 6 29. São Paulo 410.  Shanghai 10 20.  Frankfurt 5 30. Manchester 4* 2011 – Q1-Q3 EuropeInvestment volumes in US$ billionsSource: Jones Lang LaSalle Americas Asia Pacific
  43. 43. Sustainable Cities and Investment PatternsGreen City Index v Investment Volumes London R/E Investment Volumes 2008-2011 / Total GDP Oslo Stockholm Helsinki Copenhagen Warsaw Paris Berlin Amsterdam Madrid Prague Budapest Vienna Rome Brussels Bucharest Zurich Dublin Athens Lisbon Istanbul Sources: Jones Lang LaSalle, Siemens Siemens Green City IndexSources: Jones Lang LaSalle, Siemens 43

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