About the Conference and who should attend

The beneficial aspects gained from attending the conference is for those who wish to continue their professional development, be inspired from expert speakers who will be providing insights and experiences within the Strata sector. It is also an opportunity of making valuable connections during the conference.

The Venue

The Singapore Management University is hosting the conference on campus in the Yong Pung How School of Law.


Due to the penalties of block booking we are unable to secure a discounted rate at the hotels. The following hotels are in close vicinity to the University.

Fairmont, Swissotel and The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore

Fairmont Singapore – Luxury Hotel in Singapore – Fairmont, Hotels & Resorts Swissotel

The Stamford – 5 Star Hotel in Singapore – Swissôtel Hotels & Resorts 5 Star Luxury Hotel in Singapore | The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore

Registration Desk

The conference registration desk will be in operation prior to the commencement of the conference and throughout the day on Thursday and Friday.

Registration Fees Include

• Attendance at all educational sessions
• Conference material, including any available speakers’ papers submitted to ACSL
• Wednesday, Thursday evening dinners • Tea and coffee during breaks
• Registrations are transferable

Optional Dinner

Friday evening – registration is required.

Conference Theme in relation to the Special Issue of Journal of Property, Planning and Environmental Law (JPPEL):

The worldwide phenomenon of urbanisation across all major cities has inevitably led to the proportion of apartment or flat dwellers increasing significantly.

Issues relating to creating multi-owned schemes, resolving disputes between neighbours / management and eventually termination of the development to facilitate urban renewal are thus common themes for owners, tenants, landlords and developers alike. Yet, the lived outcome experiences may differ significantly across jurisdictions. While some of these differences may be attributed to variations in legal culture, there are certainly points that all jurisdictions can learn from each other.

The aim of the special issue is thus how the statutory framework and case law across jurisdictions can be compared to one another so that best practices can be identified and articulated. It is hoped that the scholarship produced would impact policymakers and judges alike.

The Australian College of Strata Lawyers (ACSL) acknowledges the contribution made by the Centre for Commercial Law in Asia (CCLA), Yong Pung How School of Law, Singapore Management University in hosting the 2023 conference.

See more at: ccla.smu.edu.sg