20th - 22nd June 2022
The easing of COVID related restrictions, roll-out of booster shots, changes in regulatory reforms and laws, resumption of diplomatic ties with the neighbouring Gulf countries, and the 2022 FIFA World Cup has brought in a sigh of relief for Qatar’s real estate industry.
Qatar’s economic activity is gaining pace showing signs of recovery while putting the pandemic behind. The new foreign ownership law further supports the government’s plans for economic diversification to help achieve Qatar’s National Vision 2030. Real estate asset classes including residential, commercial, hospitality and tourism are flourishing thanks to the 2022 FIFA World Cup, completion of new smart cities like Lusail and the Asian Games 2030.
Amidst this busy period, combatting climate change and reducing greenhouse gases to achieve carbon neutrality cannot be forgotten. Qatar is aiming to be one of the finest models and this is apparent from the world-leading infrastructure projects – green transport, green hotels, green stadiums, green World Cup and much more, advancing its sustainability agenda forward.
Cityscape Qatar will return this year at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre. Aligned with the four pillars of Qatar’s National Vision 2030, the Conference will be held under the theme, ‘Sustainable, Resilient, Affordable and Liveable’, to showcase how these key themes are gaining prominence and changing the future of real estate in Qatar.