Kelvin Ang was trained in architecture in the UK and has over a decade of experience on heritage and conservation matters in the URA. He was part of the Master Plan review in the early 2000s where a second phase of conservation gazette was carried out to protect local identity and examples of early Modernism in Singapore, such as those seen along Balestier Road, Syed Alwi Road and Hong Kong Street. Mr Ang was also the conservation consultant for the restoration of the NUS Baba House at 157 Neil Road. Since returning from his Masters in Sustainable Heritage, University College London, his portfolio has shifted towards education, enforcement and overseeing the place management of Kampong Glam Historic District.
Monday, June 5, 2017
10:45 AM – 7:30 PM
This one-day pre-summit study tour is targeted at women attendees. Explore innovative developments in Singapore that span across the cultural, sustainable and commercial elements that make this City in a Garden an attractive destination for leisure and business.