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BDS to Host Government Officials and Business Execs from China

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China Real EstateBDS is eagerly anticipating an opportunity that we'll have on July 12, 2007 to host two Beijing City government officials and two senior executives from a large government real estate development firm.  

BDS' Andy Peterson, Development Services Manager; Eric Engstrom, Land Use Services Section Manager; Mark Bello, Senior Planner and Nora Mullane, Process Management Section Manager will be presenting the  following information during their visit:

  • Permit application and approval procedures for a new residential and commercial building in the City of Portland
  • Procedure of receiving permission for building a new large scale residential and commercial community like the South Waterfront Project
  • Difference between the roles of City of Portland government, State of Oregon and Multnomah County pertaining to regulations and permissions on land use
  • Most frequently enforced zoning issues and the flexibility to proposed changes
  • How involved citizens are in these projects

Our guests will be touring the Development Services Center between 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm. If staff are present at that time, please welcome them.

If you have any questions or you are interested in arranging a tour and presentation like this, contact Tiffani Penson, Program Outreach Coordinator at (503) 823-1109.

Submitted by Tiffani Penson

BDS Outreach Program Coordinator

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