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Housing plan to be finalised

The Government has no firm plan yet to develop housing at Tai Lam Country Park, Secretary for Development Michael Wong says.

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Bridge car permits to be issued

Applications are invited for running cross-boundary hire car services via the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge, the Transport Department announces.

 

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14 land transactions in Q3

The Lands Department registered eight lease modifications and six land exchanges in the Land Registry during the quarter ending September, of which two were technical changes involving nil premium.

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Traffic controls imposed for safety

Secretary for Transport & Housing Frank Chan has called for public understanding for the temporary traffic controls imposed on the Lantau Link due to the inclement weather.

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3 relics declared monuments

Tung Lin Kok Yuen in Happy Valley, Kowloon Union Church in Yau Ma Tei and Tai O's Yeung Hau Temple have been declared monuments.

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Gov’t studying subsidy coverage

The Government is considering whether to include red minibuses and shuttle buses in the non-means-tested Public Transport Fare Subsidy Scheme, Secretary for Transport & Housing Frank Chan says.

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Subsidy to benefit 2m people

Secretary for Transport & Housing Frank Chan says two million people will benefit from the non-means-tested Public Transport Fare Subsidy Scheme.

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Transport fare to be subsidised

Chief Executive Carrie Lam has unveiled a plan to launch a non-means-tested Public Transport Fare Subsidy Scheme to help lessen the financial burden of long-distance commuters.

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Home plan won't hurt public housing

Land acquired for the "Starter Homes" plan will not affect the supply of land for public housing, Chief Executive Carrie Lam says.

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Gov’t to boost homeownership

Chief Executive Carrie Lam has outlined plans to help people of different means to become home owners. 

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Housing possible for brownfield sites

The Task Force on Land Supply has discussed options for the better use of Hong Kong's brownfield sites, including releasing them for housing.

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15 pre-sale consents issued

The Lands Department issued 12 pre-sale consents for residential developments and three pre-sale consents for commercial developments in the third quarter of 2017.

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Transport chief to visit Hangzhou

Secretary for Transport & Housing Frank Chan will leave for Hangzhou on October 9 to join other board members of the MTR Corporation for meetings and to inspect its railway business there.

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NGOs can apply for HA venues

Non-government organisations can apply to hold community activities at venues in the Housing Authority's shopping centres for charity, civic, educational and cultural programmes.

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Flight cancellation report received

The Government has received a report from Hong Kong Express on its recent cancellation of flights.

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Balcony collapse report released

The Buildings Department has released its investigation report on the collapse of a balcony of an old tenement building in Hung Hom in June.

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CAD tackles cancellation issue promptly

The Civil Aviation Department has taken prompt measures to minimise passenger inconvenience following the cancellation of 18 Hong Kong Express flights this week.

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Property sales up 23%

The Land Registry recorded 7,540 sale and purchase agreements for all building units in September, up 23% on August but down 20.7% compared to a year ago.

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Frank Chan to visit PNG

Secretary for Transport & Housing Frank Chan will visit Papua New Guinea from October 6 to 8 to attend the 10th Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation Transportation Ministerial Meeting.

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Flight cancellations report ordered

The Air Transport Licensing Authority has asked Hong Kong Express to submit a report within a week over its cancellation of 18 flights.

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