On October 16 Romanov Dvor business center hosted the official closing reception of the Moscow Urban Forum 2015. Marat Khusnullin, Deputy Mayor of Moscow, participated in the event.
Romanov Dvor hosts the official closing reception of the 5th Moscow Urban Forum for 4 consecutive years now. The event traditionally opened with a welcome speech by Marat Khusnullin, Deputy Mayor of Moscow in the Moscow City Government on Urban Planning Policy and Construction of Moscow.
The closing ceremony was attended by urbanism and urban planning experts, Russian government officials and businessmen. Among the guests of the evening, there were Gagik Adibekyan, Chairman of the Board of Directors of RD Group Holding, Maurice Leroy, Advisor to the Deputy Mayor of Moscow in the Moscow City Government on Urban Planning and Construction on development of Big Moscow project, Iya Kuzmenko, Director General of the Moscow Urban Forum, Grigory Revzin, architectural critic and journalist, Tim Flynn, architect of UWC Dilijan College, Natalia Tischendorf, Manager of the Romanov Property Holdings Fund, Aleksey Muratov, a partner of Strelka KB, and other guests.
A photo exhibition "Five years of Moscow Development" under the slogan "New Urban Planning Policy - New Quality of Life" was opened especially for the event in the atrium of Romanov Dvor business quarter. The exhibition reflected the new policy of the Urban Planning Policy and Construction Complex that had changed the urban planning vector of the city.
This year, RD Group Holding has become an official partner of the Moscow Urban Forum for the first time. Within the scope of the business program of the event, the Romanov Property Holdings Fund announced its partnership with ECE, a German company holding leading positions in the retail property management market in Europe. Also, Natalia Tischendorf, Manager of the RPHF, spoke at the session "Drivers of Polycentric City Model".
MOSCOW URBAN FORUM
The Moscow Urban Forum has been initiated to provide assistance in development of the cities in Russia and the former Soviet Union and increase their competitiveness. Real estate and investment professionals annually share top trends in contemporary urban planning.