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23 building plans approved

The Buildings Department approved 23 building plans in March - seven on Hong Kong Island, seven in Kowloon and nine in the New Territories. Five were for apartment and apartment-commercial developments, 11 for commercial developments, one for factory and industrial development, and six for community services developments. Consent was given for works to start on nine building projects which will provide ...more

New Heung Yuen Wai Boundary Control Point Highway To Open May 26

THE NEW HEUNG YUEN WAI BOUNDARY CONTROL POINT IS THE SEVENTH LAND-BASED CONTROL POINT ON THE SHENZHEN-HONG KONG BOUNDARY. THE HEUNG YUEN WAI HIGHWAY CONNECTS THE CONTROL POINT WITH FANLING HIGHWAY. The dual two-lane Heung Yuen Wai Highway is about 11km long, where 5.7km are road tunnels and 4.3km viaducts. Engineering feat The highway includes the 4.8km Lung Shan Tunnel – the longest road tunnel in ...more

Consortium Wins Tender For Kai Tak Site

THE TENDER FOR A KAI TAK SITE HAS BEEN AWARDED ON A 50-YEAR LAND GRANT AT A PREMIUM OF $12.59 BILLION, THE LANDS DEPARTMENT ANNOUNCED TODAY. New Kowloon Inland Lot No. 6552 at Kai Tak Area 4C Site 2 was awarded to Marble Edge Investments, a consortium formed by China Overseas Land & Investment, Chime Corporation, Empire Development, Henderson Land Development, New World Development and Wheelock Properties. ...more

Chinachem Sustainability Conference 2019 ------- shapes an age-friendly future for Hong Kong

The Chinachem Sustainability Conference 2019, organised by the Chinachem Group in partnership with the Hong Kong Green Building Council (HKGBC), took place in the Chiang Chen Studio Theatre, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, on 29 March 2019. With the theme of “Sustainable Neighbourhood: How to Foster Age-Friendly Developments”, the conference brought together practitioners and experts in elderly ...more

Lantau Project short 390k flats

The first phase of Lantau Tomorrow Vision project can make up two-thirds of the housing shortage over the next 30 years, head of the Sustainable Lantau Office said. Announcing preliminary details of the 1,000 hectares artificial island at Kau Yi Chau in March, secretary for Development Michael Wong Wai-lun had said Hong Kong lacks over 200,000 flats, counting for all development plans, including reconstruction ...more

Kai Tak Site Up For Tender

A NON-INDUSTRIAL SITE IN KAI TAK WILL BE SOLD BY PUBLIC TENDER, THE LANDS DEPARTMENT SAID ANNOUNCED TODAY. The site, New Kowloon inland lot No. 6553 at Kai Tak Area 4C site 1 in Kai Tak, is a part of the 2019-20 land sale program. The tender opens on May 3 and closes on June 14. The site offers about 9,481 square meters and is designated for non-industrial (excluding office, godown, hotel and petrol ...more

URA Board Chairman named

Chow Chung-kong will succeed Victor So as the Urban Renewal Authority Board Chairman for three years from May 1, the Government announced today. Welcoming the appointment, Secretary for Development Michael Wong said Mr Chow, who has a long record of public service and vast experience in the business sector, will be able to lead the authority to meet future challenges. Today also saw the appointment ...more

Environment chief visits Macau

Secretary for the Environment KS Wong today visited Macau to attend the 2019 Macao International Environmental Co-operation Forum & Exhibition (MIECF) and the launching ceremony for the Hong Kong-Macao Special Report under the Fourth National Assessment Report on Climate Change. Mr Wong first officiated with Macau officials at the opening ceremony of the MIECF and toured booths set up by Hong Kong ...more

Urbanization raising HK landslide risks

The Geotechnical Engineering Office says it recorded 253 landslides last year - up 66 percent from 2017 - and warns that the rise is set to continue, RTHK reports. The office's deputy head, Au Yeung Yan-sang, says the sharp increase is largely due to urbanization, slope degradation and extreme weather. While its virtually impossible to eliminate all risks, Au Yeung says it is important for landowners ...more

Wheelock Wins Runway Kai Tak Site

THE TENDER FOR A KAI TAK RESIDENTIAL SITE HAS BEEN AWARDED ON A 50-YEAR LAND GRANT AT A PREMIUM OF $9.893 BILLION, THE LANDS DEPARTMENT ANNOUNCED TODAY. The site at Kai Tak Area 4B Site 1, New Kowloon Inland Lot No. 6576, was awarded to a syndicate formed by Wheelock Properties, Henderson Land, China Overseas Land & Investment and New World Development. With a site area of 9,583 sq m, the lot is designated ...more
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