To Kwa Wan land redevelopment to be resumed

To Kwa Wan land redevelopment to be resumed

The Lands Department today announced the resumption of land in To Kwa Wan for redevelopment.

The land, located at  Chun Tin Street/Sung Chi Street, Bailey Street/Wing Kwong Street, Hung Fook Street/Ngan Hon Street, Hung Fook Street/Kai Ming Street, Wing Kwong Street and Kai Ming Street/Wing Kwong Street, will be redeveloped into six urban renewal projects.

The projects were included in the Urban Renewal Authority’s Business Plans for 2015-16 and 2016-17.

There are 1,809 private property interests. They will revert to the Government three months from the date on which the resumption notice is affixed on-site.

Eligible domestic property owners will, apart from statutory compensation, be offered an ex-gratia home purchase allowance or supplementary allowance. Eligible domestic tenants will be offered rehousing to public rental housing units or an ex-gratia cash allowance.

For eligible commercial property occupiers, they may choose an ex-gratia allowance in lieu of the right to claim statutory compensation for business and related losses.

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