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  1. Comment - Letters

    Government can offer small landowners better financial deal

    Posted Jul 09th 2014, 05:07am by LETTERS

    ... property exceeds 4,000 square metres are eligible to apply for "in-situ land exchange", which would enable them to modify the land lease for private development. However, most landowners with large enough contiguous plots are wealthy developers. Those with smaller plots or scattered properties have no choice but to settle for meagre compensation for land resumption. In effect, ...

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    Letters to the Editor, July 31, 2014

    Posted Jul 31st 2014, 04:26am by LETTERS

    ... purchasing them. With this right removed at the Mont Vert residential project, Cheung Kong was being unfair to its potential customers. It should be their right to see the property before they make ...

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    Letters to the Editor, August 1, 2014

    Posted Aug 01st 2014, 03:55am by LETTERS

    ... oasis for locals and visitors. But some developers kept lobbying for a residential/office complex on the 42 hectares, in contrast to open parkland. They appear to have benefited from the fact ... Alternatives, a citizen advocacy group, has worked tirelessly for a "property development free" cultural district as a pure cultural green park. This new plan is totally unacceptable, ...

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    Letters to the Editor, July 15, 2014

    Posted Jul 15th 2014, 05:09am by LETTERS

    ... Indeed, the Residential Properties (First-hand Sales) Ordinance, which came into force in April last year, imposes stringent sales practice requirements on property developers, including ... note promulgated by the Sales of First-hand Residential Properties Authority, one example of "relevant information" is that windows of certain flats must be closed for noise ...

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    Kwun Tong land-use changes will have negative impact on local residents

    Posted May 24th 2014, 03:10am by LETTERS

    ... the sites were identified for residential development, such as one at Wai Lok Street. It was originally designated in the outline zoning plan as "specified land use" for a sewage treatment plant with a landscaped rooftop and statutory height limit of 15 metres. However, it is proposed this will be changed into medium-to-low residential land use of 20 storeys. The planning U-turn ...

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    Letters to the Editor, July 7, 2014

    Posted Jul 07th 2014, 05:17am by LETTERS

    ... luxury cars continue to illegally occupy the main roads of Central, causing both danger and inconvenience to countless pedestrians. When will our police force treat these daily violators in ways ... that Japan's claims lack credibility. Emily Lee Tan-ting, Kwai Chung   Seeking clear explanation over school In Hong Kong, property development is a very important part of the economy, so I am ...

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    Letters to the Editor, June 2, 2014

    Posted Jun 02nd 2014, 03:25am by LETTERS

    ... to the bureaucrats in London, who seem to think that travel is some kind of a luxury only to be undertaken at their pleasure. R. H. T. Rogers, Sai Kung   Knock down Causeway Bay footbridge One ... The government must try to do more to reduce volumes of food waste by having more recycling bins in residential buildings, including a container that can take food waste so that it can be converted ...

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    Letters to the Editor, June 7, 2014

    Posted Jun 07th 2014, 03:01am by LETTERS

    ... are eager to attract more tourists, particularly from China, because Chinese visitors have huge purchasing power when it comes to luxury goods and property. This can help these nations financially ... formula and higher rents and property prices. Although any possible reduction in the number of mainland tourists is still under review, it is clear that Hong Kong people believe some policies must ...

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    Order wealth transfer to help poor

    Posted Oct 13th 2013, 12:00am by LETTERS

    ... those at the very top but condemned a fifth of Hongkongers to poverty. Economic benefits and wealth creation have flowed mainly into property. The main beneficiaries of the tourism industry are the few landlords who jack up shop rents, not the many sales staff at luxury shops. A huge portion of government capital expenditure goes indirectly to landlords in enhanced asset values. When ...

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    Letters to the Editor, October 2, 2013

    Posted Oct 02nd 2013, 12:00am by LETTERS

    ... it is irresponsible of property developer Henry Cheng Kar-shun to say there are not too many visitors in some country parks and we should see if they can be developed. I often go to country parks to breathe ... citizens. Also, if homes are built there, who will live in them? Many of them are remote with no infrastructure. Poor people cannot afford cars so they won't live there. The residential ...




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