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Affordable homes

Subsidised flats to be sold

Applications for purchasing Home Ownership Scheme flats in Choi Hung and Mui Wo will be accepted from March 30 to April 12, the Housing Authority says.

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Construction manpower to rise

The Government will work with the Construction Industry Council to explore measures to increase the supply of skilled workers to meet the manpower demand for capital works projects, Secretary for Development Eric Ma says.

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CE meets Guangzhou mayor

Chief Executive CY Leung has met Guangzhou Mayor Wen Guohui at the Chief Executive's Office.

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MTR fare review results announced

Secretary for Transport & Housing Prof Anthony Cheung and the MTR Corporation have announced the results of the Fare Adjustment Mechanism review.

 

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19 building plans approved

The Buildings Department has approved 19 building plans in January - three on Hong Kong Island, six in Kowloon and 10 in the New Territories.

 

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Plumbing works to be inspected

The Water Supplies Department will launch a pilot scheme for random checks on new plumbing works under construction.

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Gov't safeguarding HK's trees

The Government is combining preventive and management tactics to safeguard the city’s trees against brown root rot disease, Secretary for Development Eric Ma says.

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Delay in link project being tackled

The scheduled completion date for the Tuen Mun - Chek Lap Kok Link's Northern Connection has to be delayed to 2020 due to technical difficulties, the Highways Department announces.

 

 

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Public housing income limit to rise

The income and asset limits for public rental housing applicants will be raised by 3.9% and 1.1% on average from April 1, the Housing Authority announces.

 

 

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2 commercial sites to be sold   

A commercial site and a commercial/hotel site in the 2016-17 Land Sale Programme will be sold by public tender, the Lands Department announces.

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Anti-flooding works completed

The Happy Valley Underground Stormwater Storage Scheme has come into full operation, boosting flooding protection in Happy Valley and Wan Chai.

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Kai Tak site sold

The tender for a Kai Tak residential site has been awarded on a 50-year land grant at a premium of $7.4 billion, the Lands Department announces.

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Link proposals must comply with BL

The Hong Kong and Central governments have reached a consensus that the co-location proposals for the Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link have to comply with the Basic Law and the "one country, two systems" principle, Secretary for Justice Rimsky Yuen says.

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Hung Lau Proposed Monument for 1 year

Historic building Hung Lau in Tuen Mun has been declared a Proposed Monument for one year, the Development Bureau announces.

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Foolproof flood control

Hong Kong’s subtropical climate makes it humid and typhoon-prone. 

When particularly heavy rainstorms hit the city, flooding may occur in low-lying areas in the New Territories, and some old urban areas. 

The Drainage Services Department has put in place a series of flood control measures.

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Cargo fuel surcharge to resume

Airlines will be allowed to resume the levying of the cargo fuel surcharge, the Civil Aviation Department announces.

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2 sites to be sold

A Kwai Chung industrial site and a Lai Chi Kok commercial site will be sold by public tender, the Lands Department announces.

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Pipe repair works to be completed

Pipe replacement works in the public housing estates affected by tainted water will be completed by mid-2017, the Housing Authority announces.

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Hung Lau declared Proposed Monument

Historic building Hung Lau in Tuen Mun will be declared a Proposed Monument, the Development Bureau announces.

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Gov't flats to be sold

The Government Property Agency is inviting tenders for the purchase of seven former Government quarters.

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