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HK-SZ tech park meeting to be held

HK-SZ tech park meeting to be held

The first meeting for the development of the Hong Kong/Shenzhen Innovation & Technology Park at the Lok Ma Chau Loop will be held in February in Shenzhen.

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Anthony Cheung to leave Gov't

Secretary for Transport & Housing Prof Anthony Cheung says he will not serve in the next term of the Government.

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Sha Tin-Central link to open earlier

The delayed Sha Tin-Central rail link will come into service earlier than scheduled, Secretary for Transport & Housing Prof Anthony Cheung says.

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Tai Kok Tsui plot to be resumed

The Lands Department has announced the resumption of a site on Ash Street under the Demand-led Redevelopment Project Pilot Scheme.

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Park land for public need

The proposal to allocate country park land of low ecological value for public housing and elderly homes is to meet community need and does not involve real estate development, Chief Executive CY Leung says.

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Healthy commuting to be encouraged

The Government will promote a pedestrian and bicycle-friendly environment to encourage people to be more active and rely less on motorised transport, Chief Executive CY Leung says.

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Better use of park land broached

Chief Executive CY Leung has proposed incorporating more land with high ecological value into country parks so low value land at the parks' periphery can be developed.

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Clean energy to replace coal

Chief Executive CY Leung has outlined plans to combat climate change by updating infrastructure design standards and substituting most coal-produced electricity with cleaner energy by 2030.

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460k housing units forecast

Chief Executive CY Leung has outlined plans to boost housing supply through a series of measures, including changing land use, increasing development density, developing new areas and extending new towns.

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Road pricing report released

The Government has published a report on the engagement exercise for the electronic road pricing pilot scheme in Central and its adjacent areas.

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Site added to land sale plan

The Government has added an Ap Lei Chau residential site to the January-March land sale plan.

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Ap Lei Chau site to be sold

An Ap Lei Chau site in the 2016-17 Land Sale Programme will be sold by public tender, the Lands Department announces.

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Antiquities board chief reappointed

Andrew Lam has been reappointed as Antiquities Advisory Board Chairman.

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River revamp views invited

The Drainage Services Department has launched the first stage of a public engagement exercise for the Tsui Ping River revitalisation project.

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Underground shopping streets planned

The two planned underground shopping streets in Kai Tak will be developed together with their adjacent development sites, Secretary for Development Paul Chan tells legislators.

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Gov't car park fees to rise

Charges at 13 government car parks will be increased from March 1, the Transport Department announces.

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22 building plans approved

The Buildings Department approved 22 building plans in November - three on Hong Kong Island, three in Kowloon and 16 in the New Territories.

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Construction material quality ensured

The Housing Authority makes sure the quality of public housing construction materials manufactured outside Hong Kong is up to standard, Secretary for Transport & Housing Prof Anthony Cheung says.

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11 pre-sale consents issued

The Lands Department issued 10 pre-sale consents for residential developments and one pre-sale consent for commercial development in the fourth quarter of 2016.

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New HK Guide edition launched

The 2017 edition of the Hong Kong Guide produced by the Lands Department has gone on sale.

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