Saudi Arabia is experiencing rapid urbanization on an unprecedented scale. The use of urban land and growth in population has been larger than the region’s capacity to plan and absorb population in an efficient manner.
It is crucial for the nation to create and adapt to new policies that guide urban development which are environmentally compatible with the landscape and climate of Saudi Arabia.
With SR6 billion budget allocated on landscape projects and 13 individual urbanization programs, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has been marching towards its new vision to become one of the top-living destinations by improving urban designs and landscapes in the region.
In line with Saudi Arabia’s Quality of Life program and Vision 2030, the inaugural edition of Urban Landscape Saudi 2021 will attract 700+ landscape designers, architects, contractors, developers, consultants, and government officials representing key upcoming & ongoing projects across GCC.
Urban Landscape Saudi 2021 is the only LIVE event in the region and will take place on 21-22 June 2021. We are excited to offer this brand-new platform for landscape industry professionals to virtually connect, network, do business and learn - until we connect you all face to face soon. With endless networking opportunities, the virtual summit will attract some of the key representatives from the projects including NEOM, The Red Sea Project, King Abdulla Economic City, Al Widyan, as well as urban revitalization projects in Riyadh, Jeddah, Makkah, Medina, Al-Ula and many more.
Chief Executive Officer
The Red Sea Development Company and AMAALA
Saudi Contractors Authority
Assistant Deputy Minister,
Ministry of Municipal and
Rural Affairs and Housing - KSA
Urban Studies & Policies
Sharqia Development Authority
Deputy Mayor for Urban Planning
Green Areas & Agriculture.
Municipality of Milan
Senior Lead Consultant
Deputy Head of Strategic Planning & Studies Unit
Ministry of Municipality & Environment
Urban & Regional Planner
Ministry of Housing & Urban Planning
Executive Head of Urban Planning
Jeddah Economic Company
Urban Planning Vision
Director Head of Master Planning
Director - Master Planning & Urbanism
Landscape Lead for KSA
Professor of Architecture and Urbanism
Urban Planning Department Ministry of Municipality & Environment, Qatar
Senior Technical Director
City Operations & Landscape
King Abdullah Economic City
Former Director of Planning &
City of Seattle
Senior Manager – Landscape Architecture
Urban Planning & Design Departments
Khatib & Alami
The French Agency for the Development of AIUIa
Cities & Urban Design Leader
Design Director, Principal
Technical Director, Leader Planning
Professor & Chair
Environmental & Urban Design
Florida International University
Studio Laura Gatti
University of Oregon
Assistant Director-General, Culture
US Green Building Council
Urban Landscape Saudi 2021 is a premier platform for thought leaders and industry experts both regionally and internationally to share insights and best practices on processes, techniques, and latest technologies in the landscaping industry. Speaking at this event will present you the opportunity to address your work in the industry and help business leaders equip themselves with valuable insights and advice.
More than 700 professionals including landscape designers, architects, contractors, developers, consultants, and government officials across GCC will attend the summit to virtually connect, network, do business and learn.
Deliver an engaging and thought-provoking content that help 700+ attendees understand the latest strategies, policies and trends that will drive urban change in the Kingdom.
Share your architecture knowledge, best practices, use-cases, and eco-friendly innovations - resulting in a rich, transformative educational and community experience centered on the built environment.
Be at the forefront of urban landscape community in the Kingdom and present your thought leadership on heritage conservation, real estate development, urban planning, sustainability and much more.
Get involved with the ongoing and upcoming urban landscape projects by becoming a part of Kingdom’s urban development ecosystem.