APJ Property Leaders interview with Dr Anne Kerr

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IN 11 years, the world would need 50% more energy, 40% more water and 30% more food. Dr Anne Kerr talks about what cities would look like in year 2030, challenges facing the property industry, and how a veterinary student became the leading global authority for the built environment and master-planning.

Dr Kerr, Greater China managing director and global head of cities, Mott MacDonald, sits down with Australian Property Journal’s editor Nelson Yap in an exclusive interview.

Dr Kerr is the fourth industry leader interviewed as part of the Napier & Blakeley APJ Property Leaders Series, which presents readers and viewers with a unique insight into property leaders across Australia and Asia.

Based in Hong Kong, Dr Kerr advises governments, developers and agencies in over 30 countries, on strategies and new approaches to climate resilience and sustainability.

She was recently appointed to the role of managing director for Mott MacDonald’s Greater China business, where she will focus on helping clients across the region address the pressures of rapid urbanisation, especially on transport and the built environment.

Watch the other interviews in the Napier & Blakeley APJ Property Leaders Series.

Australian Property Journal

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