Limitless welcomes singapore government at cityscape asia
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A senior official from the Government of Singapore discovered how Limitless is leading the way in new urban development at the inauguration of Cityscape Asia today (Tuesday).
Grace Fu, Senior Singapore Minister of State for Development and Education, who officially opened the show, visited the Limitless stand where nine global projects – including three in South-east Asia – are on display.
Philip Atkinson, Regional Director for Limitless in South-east Asia, told Ms Fu: “This region presents endless opportunities for Limitless to draw on our core skills of master planning balanced, sustainable urban projects and waterfront development.”
Dubai-based Limitless – platinum sponsor of Cityscape Asia 2008 – runs its South-east Asia operations from Singapore. The company’s current projects, valued at over US$100 billion, include Malaysia International Halal Park and Puteri Harbour (Malaysia) and Halong Star (Vietnam), as well as developments in the UAE, India, Russia, Jordan and Saudi Arabia.
Pictured: Philip Atkinson, Regional Director of Limitless in South-east Asia and Grace Fu, Senior Singapore Minister of State for Development and Education.