MANAMA: Bahrain Property Developers Association (BaPDA) has announced its participation in gulfBID 2012.
BaPDA has consistently demonstrated a keen commitment to effectively support and guide the property development industry, and uphold efforts to rejuvenate it through ethical practices and services.
In its role as a leading non-profit organisation, BaPDA has conducted and participated in conferences and seminars that have facilitated the exchange of information, increasing efficiency through shared experiences and expertise between members of the real estate industry in the region.
It has initiated plans to identify key areas of growth and improve standards to positively influence the industry and the national economy.
"We are committed to working in proactive partnerships with policy-makers, financiers, service providers and industry experts to provide efficient and progressive solutions to help resolve pressing challenges and ensure that the property development sector develops rapidly but in an organised, efficient, and ethical manner," said BaPDA chairman Aaref Hejres.
"The shortage of affordable housing in the country is one such challenge that we have taken the onus to represent.
"We are happy to be a part of gulfBID at this time when so many large projects are on the anvil and soon to be launched. It provides an ideal platform for our members to benefit from, and for BaPDA to throw the spotlight on our vision for Bahrain," he added.