The Lands Department today announced the resumption of a site at Pine Street and Oak Street, Tai Kok Tsui, for the implementation of the Urban Renewal Authority’s third project under the Demand-led Redevelopment Project Pilot Scheme.
Public to be consulted on establishment new of Harbourfront authority. The Harbourfront Commission and the Development Bureau have jointly launched the second phase of the public engagement exercise for the proposed establishment of a Harbourfront Authority.
The Government will sell by tender six residential sites in the coming quarter to provide 1,250 flats. Briefing reporters on the Land Sale Programme for October to December today, Secretary for Development Paul Chan said the
The Electrical & Mechanical Services Department is taking legal action over an industrial accident that caused the deaths of two workers in March at Tregunter Tower 3 in Mid-Levels. The owners of a working platform at
The Civil Engineering & Development Department will hold a slope safety exhibition in Tin Shui Wai to provide information on landslip warnings, precautionary measures and slope maintenance. It will be held from September 19 to 22
Bouygues Construction subsidiaries, Dragages Hong Kong and Bouygues Travaux Publics, have been awarded a HK$ 5.2 billion (US$ 670 million) contract from MTR Corporation for the construction of two tunnels for the Hong Kong metro extension.
The Buildings Department approved 22 building plans in July- eight on Hong Kong Island, five in Kowloon and nine in the New Territories. Of the approved plans, 14 were for apartment and apartment/commercial developments, two were
The Transport & Housing Bureau has proposed building a trunk road connecting the south apron of the former Kai Tak Airport to Cha Kwo Ling. The new road will relieve traffic congestion for major road networks
The Civil Engineering & Development Department today launched a design-ideas competition, inviting professionals and the public to contribute innovative concepts for the development of the Kai Tak River. The Government wants to turn the river into
The Government has said that it welcomes the establishment of the new capital works and risk committees under the the Mass Transit Railway Corporation’s Board. It said today that as the Secretary for Transport & Housing