About the Conference

Sustainable asset management has become increasingly important in the face of growing populations, ageing infrastructure, climate change and increasing demand for public services. Governments globally acknowledge the importance of initiatives that contribute to sustainability and are integrating green initiatives in the operations and maintenance of public assets. South Africa faces several challenges including damage from floods, theft of rail and electricity infrastructure and the hijacking of publicly owned buildings. These challenges underscore the need for effective and sustainable public asset management.

The Conference on Public Sector Property and Asset Management will support officials and private sector partners actively engaged in public sector property and asset management. The Conference aims to equip these stakeholders with knowledge, insights, and practical strategies and will delve into a comprehensive examination of global case studies, drawing insights from an array of global experiences.

Benefits of Attending

Discover the latest technologies, tools, and innovations that can enhance efficiency and sustainability

Gain in-depth knowledge about the latest trends, innovations, and best practices

Exposure to presentations that will contribute to your skills development and professional expertise

Learn from real-world case studies and successful models of public asset and property management from different regions and sectors

Learn from industry experts, thought leaders, and practitioners who share their experiences and insights

Network with property and asset managers, government officials, and service providers

Conference starts in

5 - September 2024

Sandton, JHB, South Africa


Our Event Schedule

2-Day Pass • Ex VAT

Cost per person

R 10,990  

NB: Price is in South African Rand. Price displayed exclude VAT.

Target Audience

The Conference targets participants from the following industries, among others:

Public sector representatives and directors engaged in asset and property management processes • Professionals such as Land Surveyors, Property Managers, Commercial Estate Agents, Economists, Property Valuers, Accountants, Property Developers and GIS Specialists • Consulting firms in asset and property management, engineering, technology-related companies and auditing firms • Asset and property management associations and councils