Future-ready cities for south-east Asia
A lack of infrastructure is one of the biggest drags on the strong economic growth expected across rapidly urbanising parts of south-east Asia. Megacities in emerging economies are often afflicted by the same three issues: poor transport, piecemeal urban planning and inadequate climate resilience.
We worked alongside UN Habitat as delivery partner for the UK Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office’s Global Future Cities programme in the region to realise 13 key infrastructure projects, with a focus on social outcomes. From a transformation plan for a former red-light district, to a green transport corridor in a heritage setting and flood management in a capital city, we aimed to embed transformative change in each of the communities we worked within. ...
Global Future Cities Programme, south-east Asia
UK Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office
Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam
Programme management, transport planning, climate resilience, urban planning, data management systems
key infrastructure projects across south-east Asia
people will benefit
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