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Warsaw, April 22nd- 24th, 2008
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Symposium Program Edition 2008
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“Making Poland investment-friendly”

and also:

“How The EU Commission Can Affect Property Business in CEE”
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Wednesday, 23 April 2008
10:00 - 11:00

Welcome: 



Enrique Lacalle
President
Central Europe Meeting Point
Barcelona


Chaired by: 



Olgierd Dzieko?ski
Under Secretary of Infrastructures
Ministry of Infrastructures
Warsaw 


“Making Poland investment-friendly” 

One of the basic goals of the Polish government with respect to housing policy is a thorough reform of the legislative system. In order to provide the developers with a favorable environment for the implementation of residential projects, it is necessary to further rationalize the investment process. The reforms will concentrate, first of all, on simplifying administrative procedures as well as streamlining the construction and exploitation of organized residential complexes. The government is also working on a strategy for housing policy for the years 2014-2020, in relation to the redevelopment of the European Union’s structural funds and in the context of an EU territorial integrity policy.

The Vice Minister, as representative of the Ministry of Infrastructures, will present the most important guidelines of the state policy regarding the key infrastructural investments, including the roads, highways, construction and modernization of railway lines and stations etc.


Keynote Speaker: 



Michael McBrien
Director General
European Property Federation
Brussels


“How The EU Commission Can Affect Property Business in CEE” 

What you will get depends on you. How EU policy shapes real estate and how the real estate industry shapes such policy. This is what the Director General of the European Property Federation will explain in Warsaw so that the professionals doing business in Central Europe become more aware of the “risks” they are facing if ignoring the “power” of Brussels. And he will do that with special emphasis on the campaign for an EU REIT legislation and also on the problem that it poses the under representation of Central European property interests in Brussels. His keynote address will be followed by a break-out session in which people interested in joining EPF and in the EU REIT campaign can meet with him. A good opportunity “to lobby”!!! Take it!!






 
 
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