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  1. Buyers will foot the bill, tycoon says

    Posted Dec 04th 2009, 12:00am by Olga Wong

    ... as REDA had suggested. Chief Executive Donald Tsang Yam-kuen announced last month that the government was considering a move to force developers to provide green features, instead of awarding them ...

  2. SHKP to bid for two Tai Po luxury home sites

    Posted Dec 04th 2009, 12:00am by Yvonne Liu

    ... Yvonne Liu Sun Hung Kai Properties vice-chairman Thomas Kwok Ping-kwong said yesterday the company would join the bidding for two luxury residential sites in Tai Po at the end of the month. Kwok said he hoped the government would put more residential sites on the land application list for the next financial year. The Real Estate Developers Association of Hong Kong (Reda) has ...

  3. New property controls mulled

    Posted Sep 12th 2006, 12:00am by Quinton Chan

    ... must put up at least 20 units or 20 per cent of the first batch of flats in a new project for initial sale. The new guidelines were issued by the association (Reda) after a meeting ... self-discipline was enough to deal with the situation. 'Since the Reda issued these guidelines, I cannot see why they cannot accept putting this as part of the consent scheme,' the source said. ...

  4. Airport sell-off arouses Link Reit fears

    Posted Feb 01st 2005, 12:00am by Joseph Lo

    ... out against the proposed privatisation, the latest being the Real Estate Developers Association (Reda), which has sent a letter to the Legislative Council secretariat outlining its objections. ... 'Infrastructure should support the economy.' Reda's letter to Legco outlined its concerns that the airport would be sold too cheaply. 'Upon reviewing the [government's] consultation ...

  5. Letters

    Posted Oct 07th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Dishonesty in flat sales must end I refer to the report ('Prison proposal draws caution', September 28), in which the Real Estate Developers Association (REDA) warns against ... no longer be tolerated. Therefore the government steering committee which put forward the proposal should be commended. A normal technique for business organisations such as REDA is to state ...

  6. Developers 'too powerful', poll finds

    Posted Aug 11th 2011, 12:00am

    ... in building Hong Kong society. 25 The number of years that gambling mogul Stanley Ho served as REDA's president, until Keith Kerr took over in April ...

  7. Comment - Letters

    Letters to the Editor, December 27, 2012

    Posted Dec 27th 2012, 12:00am by LETTERS

    ... Association (Reda) Stewart Leung Chi-kin acknowledges that Hong Kong developers have been through several boom and bust cycles. What he fails to acknowledge is the development industry's role ... for the benefit of the whole community. Let's face it, Reda represents the industry fat cats and promotes the "business as usual" status quo. P.C. Law, Quarry Bay   Viewers gain from ...

  8. Essential public disservice

    Posted Feb 12th 2011, 12:00am by Stephen Vines

    ... developers' so-called self-regulating body, the Real Estate Developers Association or REDA, exists primarily to preserve the interests of the real estate developers. In a recent case, concerning The Icon apartment block, the developer was shamed into remedial action by media exposure and adroit campaigning. REDA, as ever, did nothing on behalf of aggrieved property buyers. Meanwhile, tour ...

  9. Lai See

    Posted Sep 23rd 2010, 12:00am by Howard Winn

    ... a 'famously hot temper'. Just what you need in a chairman. Ogilvy to the rescue The reputation of the Hong Kong Real Estate Developers Association (Reda) has taken a beating in recent months, with accusations that the body lacks transparency and rubber-stamps its members' activities rather than actually regulating them. This has finally dawned on Reda which had the bright idea of hiring ...

  10. Lai See

    Posted Aug 18th 2010, 12:00am by Howard Winn

    ... for the job We notice that Real Estate Developers' Association (REDA) vice-chairman Stewart Leung Chi-kin is clearly not up to the job of speaking to the press. Television footage of him attempting this exacting task after yesterday's land auction at Queen Elizabeth Stadium showed him almost bowled over and submerged by the pressure of reporters and photographers. REDA needs ...




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