Browsing: Hong Kong

Hong Kong Construction industry commended for safety

Commissioner for Labour Carlson Chan today attended the 20th Award Presentation Ceremony of the Construction Industry Safety Award Scheme. Speaking at the ceremony, Mr Chan said with the concerted efforts of the Government and the industry over


Read More
Kai Tak site to be sold

A Kai Tak site in the 2018-19 Land Sale Programme will be sold by public tender, the Lands Department announced today. New Kowloon Inland Lot No. 6552 at Kai Tak Area 4C Site 2 is designated


Read More
Hung Hom Station checks to resume

The Government has accepted the Mass Transit Railway Corporation’s proposal for an enhanced test for the Shatin to Central Link Project. The opening-up investigation will resume tomorrow. The Highways Department said the opening-up investigation in the second


Read More
Yuen Long site sold

The tender for a Yuen Long residential site has been awarded on a 50-year land grant at a premium of $209.8 million, the Lands Department announced today. The Tai Kei Leng site was awarded to Gold Fusion


Read More
Bouygues Travaux Publics wins new Hong Kong water tunnel contract

The Bouygues Construction Group, through Bouygues Travaux Publics in Hong Kong, has received the award of contract from Drainage Services Department of the Hong Kong SAR Government, to build a fresh water transfer tunnel for the


Read More
HOS projects to provide more than 4,800 flats this year

Six Home Ownership Scheme estates will be sold this year, providing 4,871 flats priced at 59 percent of market level, with the cheapest one being a 275-square-foot flat in Ma On Shan at HK$1.56 million. The


Read More
Sites chosen for green form homes

The Housing Authority today announced its decision to convert two public rental housing developments in Chai Wan and Tsing Yi for use and sale under the Green Form Subsidised Home Ownership (GSH) Scheme 2019. Its Chai Wan


Read More
Building debris to help create Lantau offshore artificial island

Development Secretary Michael Wong sought to play down concerns today that a shortage of marine sand would push up the cost for a massive reclamation plan in waters off Lantau Island. The first phase of the


Read More
HK$58.7b surplus predicted

Financial Secretary Paul Chan revised the estimates for 2018-19, with a surplus of $58.7 billion predicted. Unveiling his 2019-20 Budget at the Legislative Council today, Mr Chan said the revised estimate for government revenue in 2018-19


Read More
Hong Kong sees boosts in land supply

The Government will ensure that adequate resources are provided to support fully the short, medium and long-term measures to increase land and housing supply. Unveiling his 2019-20 Budget at the Legislative Council today, Financial Secretary Paul


Read More