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5 pre-sale consents issued

The Lands Department issued five pre-sale consents for residential projects in the second quarter, involving 2,622 units. One development in Tai Po, comprising 723 units, is expected to be completed in 2020, while two projects in


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Rail inquiry report due Nov

The Commission of Inquiry into the Construction Works at & near the Hung Hom Station Extension under the Shatin to Central Link (SCL) Project will submit its final report to the Chief Executive on or before


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Two sites to provide 1,350 flats

The Government will sell by tender two residential sites in the July to September quarter, providing about 1,350 flats. Announcing the land sale programme for the next quarter, Secretary for Development Michael Wong today said the residential sites are


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China consortium wins Kai Tak site for HK$12.92b

A consortium comprising two mainland state-owned enterprises – China Resources Land and Poly Property – has been awarded the tender for Kai Tak Area 4C Site 1 in Kowloon for HK$12.92 billion, or HK$18,080 per square


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Kai Tak site sale set

A Kai Tak site in the 2019-20 Land Sale Programme will be sold by public tender, the Lands Department announced today. The site is listed as New Kowloon Inland Lot No. 6607, located at Shing Kai


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18 building plans approved

The Buildings Department approved 18 building plans in April – five on Hong Kong Island, four in Kowloon and nine in the New Territories. Of the approved plans, seven were for apartment and apartment/commercial developments and the rest


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Atkins-designed “The Hari” hotel in Hong Kong topped out

“The Hari”, an Atkins-designed hotel project in Hong Kong, has topped out on April 9, 2019, reaching a major milestone. Wilton Wong, Technical Director for Architecture at Atkins, said: “It’s with great pride that we top


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HK Gov’t postpones tender due to recent protests

The government has postponed a high-profile tender for a residential site in Kowloon estimated to fetch up to HK$14.3 billion because of the street protests that choked the city center, a sign of how political tensions


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Gov’t committed boosting housing supply

The Government is doing its utmost to increase the supply of public housing at a faster pace, Secretary for Transport & Housing Frank Chan said today. Mr Chan made the statement in response to media enquiries


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MTR Tin Wing Stop development project to resume

The Government has given consent to resume the building works of the Mass Transit Railway Corporation’s Tin Wing Stop development project. The piling works of the project were suspended on June 25 last year after settlement readings at


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