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Anthony Cheung to visit Europe

Secretary for Transport & Housing Prof Anthony Cheung will lead a delegation to visit London and Hamburg from February 26 to March 4 to promote Hong Kong as an international maritime centre.

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Annual land sale plan announced

Secretary for Development Eric Ma has unveiled the 2017-18 Land Sale Programme, comprising 28 residential sites capable of providing nearly 19,000 flats.

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Eric Ma meets Mainland officials

Secretary for Development Eric Ma has met Mainland officials to discuss various issues, including the Belt & Road and Dongjiang water supply.

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Antiquity safe from demolition

Works being undertaken near historic building Hung Lau in Tuen Mun have not affected its main structure, the Development Bureau says.

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Development chief visits Beijing

Secretary for Development Eric Ma has started his Beijing visit by meeting officials from the Ministry of Housing & Urban-Rural Development and the China Academy of Building Research.

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Seawall collapse claims rejected

Director of Highways Daniel Chung has refuted media speculation that a seawall, part of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge's Hong Kong section, has collapsed.

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Eric Ma to visit Beijing

Secretary for Development Eric Ma will lead a delegation to visit Beijing on February 19.

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KMB to invest in new buses

Kowloon Motor Bus is ready to spend $3.8 billion on new buses in the coming five years if its franchise is renewed, the Transport Advisory Committee says.

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23 building plans approved

The Buildings Department approved 23 building plans in December - two on Hong Kong Island, three in Kowloon and 18 in the New Territories.

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Bazaars in estates welcomed

The Government is open to the idea of holding more community events like hawker bazaars in public housing estates to boost social harmony, Secretary for Transport & Housing Prof Anthony Cheung says.

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Cheung Sha Wan site sold

The tender for a Cheung Sha Wan business site has been awarded on a 50-year land grant at a premium of $7.79 billion, the Lands Department announces.

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Public housing policy revised

The Housing Authority has loosened the policy for well-off public housing tenants, excluding pension and insurance payouts from asset calculation.

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Consultancy independence claims refuted

The Transport & Housing Bureau has refuted media reports which questioned the independence of the British consultant appointed to review the new air-traffic management system.

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Subsidised flats to be sold

A new batch of Home Ownership Scheme Flats will open for application at the end of next month, with the ratio for quota allocation between Green Form and White Form applicants adjusted to 50:50.

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Air-traffic glitch examined

The Civil Aviation Department is investigating the cause of a temporary problem that occurred with a sub-system incorporated into the new Air Traffic Management System.

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Arson attack investigated

The Government and the MTR Corporation will study the arson attack aboard an MTR train to see if security and safety improvements are needed.

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New air traffic system operating well

The handling of record number of flight movements during the Christmas and New Year holidays shows the new Air Traffic Management System is operating effectively, the Civil Aviation Department says.

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Bridge to be completed by year's-end

Construction of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge's Hong Kong section is progressing well and is expected to complete by year’s-end.

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Air alert claims rejected

The Civil Aviation Department has refuted media reports which claim the new Air Traffic Management System did not issue timely alerts to air-traffic controllers last month.

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NT rail services being enhanced

All seven-carriage trains serving the MTR West Rail Line will be converted to eight-carriage by the end of next year to meet the rising transport demand in the northwest New Territories, Secretary for Transport & Housing Prof Anthony Cheung says.

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