2ND INTERNATIONAL YOUNG PLANNERS FORUM 2011

2ND INTERNATIONAL YOUNG PLANNERS FORUM 2011

“END OF CITIES

YOGJAKARTA, INDONESIA

13th – 15th July 2011 


PROGRAM OVERVIEW

 

BACKGROUND

The International Young Planners Forum (IYPF), first established in 2010 at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, is a firum that promotes knowledge sharing, intense discussions and network development among young planners trouhgout Asia – Pacific. The IYPF emphasizes the importance of building common ground of understanding, developing mutual relations among young planners troughout Asia – Pacific and stimulating regeneration of planners. The creation of IYPF was intended to nurture and to guide young planners, particularly in the Asia – Pacific region, to be able to comprehend planning and development issues in the region and to provide alternate solutions for those issues. Given that countries of the Asia – Pacific region have similarities in many ways; the IYPF belives that the region shall overcome future challenges by working together.

 

The International Young Planners Forum (IYPF) 2011 will be held in Yogyakarta, Indonesia on July 13-15, 2011. The theme for the 2nd IYPF is The End of Cities.

 

VISION

  1. Enhancing young planners to have a global view
  2. Developing mutual relations among young planners troughout Asia – Pacific
  3. Creating partnerships with governments, private institutions, NGOs and other international and local communities
  4. Providing alternative solutions to overcome planning and development issues

 

GOALS

IYPF is an inclusive event. We welcome all stakeholders to participate and take active part in this event. The Goals for IYPF 2011 are :

  1. Renew the IYPF Declaration
  2. Establish a forum which gathers young planners from Asia Pacific countries

 

THEME

The main theme for the 2nd International Young Planners Forum is “The End of Cities”. These are three subtheme that supports the main theme :

  1. Identifying Planning Systems in each members countries
  2. The concept of Future Cities
  3. Roadmap of the Future Cities

 

SPEAKERS :

  1. H.E. Ir. Djoko Kirmanto, Dipl.HE (Minister of Public Works, Republic of Indonesia)*
  2. H.E. H. Suharso Manoarfa (Minister of Public Housing, Republic of Indonesia)*
  3. H.E. Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono X (Governor of DI Yogyakarta)*
  4. Ir. Imam S. Ernawi, MCM (Director General of Spatial Planning, Ministry of Public Works)
  5. Ir. Bernardus Djonoputro (Secretary General of IAP)
  6. Noorliza Hasyim (Past Presiden of MIP)
  7. Delik Hudalah, PhD (Young Planner Indonesia)
  8. Mazrina Khalid, BA, MBA (Young Planner Malaysia)
  9. Sebastian Tauni, BA (Young Planner NSW-Australia)
  10. Jessica Noonan, BA (Young Planner Victoria-Australia)
  11. Christopher O’Connor, BA (Young Planner Western Australia)
  12. Singapore Young Planners

 

VENUE

The 2nd International Young Planners Forum 2011 will be held in :

Date : 13 – 15 July 2011

Place : Phoenix Hotel, Jl.Jend Sudirman No. 9, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

 

ACTIVITIES

  1. Conference

Day/Date : Wednesday – Thursday, July 13 – 14, 2011

Time    : 08.00 am – 04.00 pm

Venue : Phoenix Hotel, Jl. Jend.Sudirman 9, Yogyakarta

 

  1. Site Visit

Visited some areas around Yogyakarta that presents the heritage and cultural preservation, riverfront revitalization area, and also local creative community and disaster mitigation area.

 

Day/Date : Friday, July 15 th 2011

Time : 08.45 am – finish

Venue : Borobudur Temple, Prambanan Temple, Kali Code, Keraton Yogyakarta and Tamansari, Silver Craft Area, Merapi Site, Sukunan Village.

 

  1. Golf Session

It is an alternative event for conference participants. This event aims to develop networks by accommodate the discussion with golf session. All expenses are not included in the conference package.

 

Day/Date : Friday, July 15th 2011

Time : 08.45 – Finish

Venue : Merapi Golf, Golf Top of Jogja, Jl. Golf No.1 Kepuhan – Cangkringan , Kab. Sleman, Yogyakarta 55281.

 

DETAIL PROGRAM

Wednesday  13th July 2011

8.00 am

Forum Registration

8.30 am

Arrival of Guests

9.00 am

WELCOME ADDRESS

By Ir. Iman Soedradjat MPM, President of IAP

9.10 am

Keynote Address – How to cope with infrastructure demands derived by market in the city

By Indonesian Minister of Public Works*

9.30 am

Keynote Addres – Housing Development to Accelerate Urban Growth

By Indonesian Minister of Public Housing*

9.50 am

Keynote Addres – Beetwen heritage preservation and modernization

By Governor of DI Yogyakarta, Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono X*

10.10 am

Soft Launching World Town Planning Day 2011

Director General of Spatial Planning

10.20 am

Morning Coffee Break

 

TOPIC : Do We Have The Right Planning System To Address Planning Challenge Today?

10.30 am

Malaysian Planning System By MIP

10.50 am

Singapore Planning System By SIP

11.10 am

Australia Planning System By PIA

11.30 am

Indonesia Planning System By IAP

11.50 am

World Café 1 (discussion session)

Moderated By Ir Bernardus R. Djonoputro  (Sec. Gen of IAP)

12.30 am

Lunch Break

 

TOPIC : What Do We Want Our Future Cities To Be?

2.00 pm

Compact Cities vs Sprawling Cities: Australian Way by PIA

2.20 pm

Sustainable Urban Development : Is it merely a concept ? by IAP

2.40 pm

Is Smart Growth the solution for the Future? by MIP

3.00 pm

Living Cities of Singapore by SIP YP

3.20 pm

World Café 2 (discussion session)

Moderated By Norliza Hashim (Past President of MIP)

4.00 pm

End of Day 1 (Video Screening)

7.00 pm

Dinners Dialogue (invitation only)*

With H.E Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono X and Director General of Spatial Planning

Thursday 14th July 2011

8.30am

Registration

 

TOPIC : Road Maps To Cities Of The Future

9.00 am

Melbourne @ 5 Million By PIA

9.30 am

Managing Kuala Lumpur’s Growth towards World Class Sustainable Cities By MIP

10.00 am

Morning Coffee Break

10.30 am

The Real Challenge of Indonesian Cities: Managing Mega Urban Region, Case Jabodetabekjur By IAP

11.00 am

Livable Cities: The Case of Singapore By SIP

11.30 am

World Café 3 Moderated By tbc

12.30 pm

Lunch Break

2.00 pm

RENEW THE VOW OF YPF 2010 DECLARATION & SIGNING THE MoU

3.00 pm

Presentation of Tomorrow’s Site Visit (Video Screening)

3.30 pm

End of Day Two
FRIDAY 15th July 2011

8.00 am

Pre-Departure Briefing
8.30 am – SITE VISIT (optional, the charge for each tour is US$ 25/ Rp 200.000 per pax)

TOUR A

TOUR B

TOUR C

Preservation area :

1.    Borobudur temple (UNESCO World Heritage Site)

2.    Prambanan temple

Riverfront revitalization & Cultural heritage :

1.    Kali Code

2.    Keraton Yogyakarta

3.    Taman Sari

Local economics & disaster mitigation :

1.    Silver craft

2.    Merapi site

3.    Sukunan Village

GOLF SESSION (OPTIONAL)
NOTE :

  1. Each tour limited to 1 bus
  2. Capacity of 1 bus = 40 pax


PROSPECTED PARTICIPANTS

We are inviting all planners and other related professionals from various countries troughout Asia – Pacific to participate in this event. There are at least (but not limited to) eight countries that we are targeting to participate, they are : Indonesia, Malaysia, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Thailand, Philipines and Brunei Darussalam.

 

ACCOMODATION

Participants aren’t provided with accommodation, but the committee will help the reservation for the hotel as stated bellow:

1.    Phoenix Hotel, at Jl Sudirman. Room Price IDR 900,000

2.    Hotel Santika, Yogyakarta. Room price: IDR 700,000

3.    Hotel INA Garuda, at Jalan Malioboro. Room price : IDR 700.000

4.    Hotel Novotel, at Jalan Jalan Jend.Sudirman. Room price : IDR 800.000

5.    Other Hotel as requested.

 

FEES

The individual registration rates to be participated in this event can be seen as follow :

§  Students                                                     : USD 35 / IDR 300.000

§  IAP, MIP, PIA                                              : USD 75 / IDR 650.000

§  General public (Indonesian participant)           : US 100 / IDR 850.000

§  General public (international participant)         : US 125/ IDR 1.000.000

§  Technical Tour                                             : USD 25 / IDR 200.000

§  Golf Session                                                : USD 250/ IDR 2.000.000 

 

REGISTRATION

Registration form can be downloaded at IAP website :

http://www.iap.or.id/_data/_download/IYPForm.xls

submit the form to : reg.iypf@gmail.com

 

Payment can be transferred to IAP account :

Ikatan Ahli Perencanaan

Bank Mandiri KC Tebet, Jakarta Selatan

Account No : 124-00-9503201-8

 

For further information contact :

  1. Inggit Nursusanto : +622196617273
  2. Remy : +6281388220088

Email : info.iypf@gmail.com
Presented by : IAP, MIP & EAROPH CLUB INDONESIA

2ND INTERNATIONAL YOUNG PLANNERS FORUM 2011

“END OF CITIES

YOGJAKARTA, INDONESIA

13th – 15th July 2011 


PROGRAM OVERVIEW

 

BACKGROUND

The International Young Planners Forum (IYPF), first established in 2010 at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, is a firum that promotes knowledge sharing, intense discussions and network development among young planners trouhgout Asia – Pacific. The IYPF emphasizes the importance of building common ground of understanding, developing mutual relations among young planners troughout Asia – Pacific and stimulating regeneration of planners. The creation of IYPF was intended to nurture and to guide young planners, particularly in the Asia – Pacific region, to be able to comprehend planning and development issues in the region and to provide alternate solutions for those issues. Given that countries of the Asia – Pacific region have similarities in many ways; the IYPF belives that the region shall overcome future challenges by working together.

 

The International Young Planners Forum (IYPF) 2011 will be held in Yogyakarta, Indonesia on July 13-15, 2011. The theme for the 2nd IYPF is The End of Cities.

 

VISION

  1. Enhancing young planners to have a global view
  2. Developing mutual relations among young planners troughout Asia – Pacific
  3. Creating partnerships with governments, private institutions, NGOs and other international and local communities
  4. Providing alternative solutions to overcome planning and development issues

 

GOALS

IYPF is an inclusive event. We welcome all stakeholders to participate and take active part in this event. The Goals for IYPF 2011 are :

  1. Renew the IYPF Declaration
  2. Establish a forum which gathers young planners from Asia Pacific countries

 

THEME

The main theme for the 2nd International Young Planners Forum is “The End of Cities”. These are three subtheme that supports the main theme :

  1. Identifying Planning Systems in each members countries
  2. The concept of Future Cities
  3. Roadmap of the Future Cities

 

SPEAKERS :

  1. H.E. Ir. Djoko Kirmanto, Dipl.HE (Minister of Public Works, Republic of Indonesia)*
  2. H.E. H. Suharso Manoarfa (Minister of Public Housing, Republic of Indonesia)*
  3. H.E. Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono X (Governor of DI Yogyakarta)*
  4. Ir. Imam S. Ernawi, MCM (Director General of Spatial Planning, Ministry of Public Works)
  5. Ir. Bernardus Djonoputro (Secretary General of IAP)
  6. Noorliza Hasyim (Past Presiden of MIP)
  7. Delik Hudalah, PhD (Young Planner Indonesia)
  8. Mazrina Khalid, BA, MBA (Young Planner Malaysia)
  9. Sebastian Tauni, BA (Young Planner NSW-Australia)
  10. Jessica Noonan, BA (Young Planner Victoria-Australia)
  11. Christopher O’Connor, BA (Young Planner Western Australia)
  12. Singapore Young Planners

 

VENUE

The 2nd International Young Planners Forum 2011 will be held in :

Date : 13 – 15 July 2011

Place : Phoenix Hotel, Jl.Jend Sudirman No. 9, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

 

ACTIVITIES

  1. Conference

Day/Date : Wednesday – Thursday, July 13 – 14, 2011

Time    : 08.00 am – 04.00 pm

Venue : Phoenix Hotel, Jl. Jend.Sudirman 9, Yogyakarta

 

  1. Site Visit

Visited some areas around Yogyakarta that presents the heritage and cultural preservation, riverfront revitalization area, and also local creative community and disaster mitigation area.

 

Day/Date : Friday, July 15 th 2011

Time : 08.45 am – finish

Venue : Borobudur Temple, Prambanan Temple, Kali Code, Keraton Yogyakarta and Tamansari, Silver Craft Area, Merapi Site, Sukunan Village.

 

  1. Golf Session

It is an alternative event for conference participants. This event aims to develop networks by accommodate the discussion with golf session. All expenses are not included in the conference package.

 

Day/Date : Friday, July 15th 2011

Time : 08.45 – Finish

Venue : Merapi Golf, Golf Top of Jogja, Jl. Golf No.1 Kepuhan – Cangkringan , Kab. Sleman, Yogyakarta 55281.

 

DETAIL PROGRAM

Wednesday  13th July 2011

8.00 am

Forum Registration

8.30 am

Arrival of Guests

9.00 am

WELCOME ADDRESS

By Ir. Iman Soedradjat MPM, President of IAP

9.10 am

Keynote Address – How to cope with infrastructure demands derived by market in the city

By Indonesian Minister of Public Works*

9.30 am

Keynote Addres – Housing Development to Accelerate Urban Growth

By Indonesian Minister of Public Housing*

9.50 am

Keynote Addres – Beetwen heritage preservation and modernization

By Governor of DI Yogyakarta, Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono X*

10.10 am

Soft Launching World Town Planning Day 2011

Director General of Spatial Planning

10.20 am

Morning Coffee Break

 

TOPIC : Do We Have The Right Planning System To Address Planning Challenge Today?

10.30 am

Malaysian Planning System By MIP

10.50 am

Singapore Planning System By SIP

11.10 am

Australia Planning System By PIA

11.30 am

Indonesia Planning System By IAP

11.50 am

World Café 1 (discussion session)

Moderated By Ir Bernardus R. Djonoputro  (Sec. Gen of IAP)

12.30 am

Lunch Break

 

TOPIC : What Do We Want Our Future Cities To Be?

2.00 pm

Compact Cities vs Sprawling Cities: Australian Way by PIA

2.20 pm

Sustainable Urban Development : Is it merely a concept ? by IAP

2.40 pm

Is Smart Growth the solution for the Future? by MIP

3.00 pm

Living Cities of Singapore by SIP YP

3.20 pm

World Café 2 (discussion session)

Moderated By Norliza Hashim (Past President of MIP)

4.00 pm

End of Day 1 (Video Screening)

7.00 pm

Dinners Dialogue (invitation only)*

With H.E Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono X and Director General of Spatial Planning

Thursday 14th July 2011

8.30am

Registration

 

TOPIC : Road Maps To Cities Of The Future

9.00 am

Melbourne @ 5 Million By PIA

9.30 am

Managing Kuala Lumpur’s Growth towards World Class Sustainable Cities By MIP

10.00 am

Morning Coffee Break

10.30 am

The Real Challenge of Indonesian Cities: Managing Mega Urban Region, Case Jabodetabekjur By IAP

11.00 am

Livable Cities: The Case of Singapore By SIP

11.30 am

World Café 3 Moderated By tbc

12.30 pm

Lunch Break

2.00 pm

RENEW THE VOW OF YPF 2010 DECLARATION & SIGNING THE MoU

3.00 pm

Presentation of Tomorrow’s Site Visit (Video Screening)

3.30 pm

End of Day Two
FRIDAY 15th July 2011

8.00 am

Pre-Departure Briefing
8.30 am – SITE VISIT (optional, the charge for each tour is US$ 25/ Rp 200.000 per pax)

TOUR A

TOUR B

TOUR C

Preservation area :

1.    Borobudur temple (UNESCO World Heritage Site)

2.    Prambanan temple

Riverfront revitalization & Cultural heritage :

1.    Kali Code

2.    Keraton Yogyakarta

3.    Taman Sari

Local economics & disaster mitigation :

1.    Silver craft

2.    Merapi site

3.    Sukunan Village

GOLF SESSION (OPTIONAL)
NOTE :

  1. Each tour limited to 1 bus
  2. Capacity of 1 bus = 40 pax


PROSPECTED PARTICIPANTS

We are inviting all planners and other related professionals from various countries troughout Asia – Pacific to participate in this event. There are at least (but not limited to) eight countries that we are targeting to participate, they are : Indonesia, Malaysia, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Thailand, Philipines and Brunei Darussalam.

 

ACCOMODATION

Participants aren’t provided with accommodation, but the committee will help the reservation for the hotel as stated bellow:

1.    Phoenix Hotel, at Jl Sudirman. Room Price IDR 900,000

2.    Hotel Santika, Yogyakarta. Room price: IDR 700,000

3.    Hotel INA Garuda, at Jalan Malioboro. Room price : IDR 700.000

4.    Hotel Novotel, at Jalan Jalan Jend.Sudirman. Room price : IDR 800.000

5.    Other Hotel as requested.

 

FEES

The individual registration rates to be participated in this event can be seen as follow :

§  Students                                                     : USD 35 / IDR 300.000

§  IAP, MIP, PIA                                              : USD 75 / IDR 650.000

§  General public (Indonesian participant)           : US 100 / IDR 850.000

§  General public (international participant)         : US 125/ IDR 1.000.000

§  Technical Tour                                             : USD 25 / IDR 200.000

§  Golf Session                                                : USD 250/ IDR 2.000.000 

 

REGISTRATION

Registration form can be downloaded at IAP website :

http://www.iap.or.id/_data/_download/IYPForm.xls

submit the form to : reg.iypf@gmail.com

 

Payment can be transferred to IAP account :

Ikatan Ahli Perencanaan

Bank Mandiri KC Tebet, Jakarta Selatan

Account No : 124-00-9503201-8

 

For further information contact :

  1. Inggit Nursusanto : +622196617273
  2. Remy : +6281388220088

Email : info.iypf@gmail.com
Presented by : IAP, MIP & EAROPH CLUB INDONESIA

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