Home Ownership Scheme to be resumed, offering subsidised housing for households earning under HK$30,000 a month - mainly for first-time buyers. Over 17,000 flats will be made available between 2016 and 2020.
Land to be made available for an average of 20,000 private flats each year over the next decade.
75,000 public rental flats to be completed in next five years.
My Home Purchase Plan participants to be able to buy their flats at initial market price without going through rental period and paying the prevailing market price later.
Hostels for single people aged between 18 and 30 will be built by NGOs so that career-starters can live on their own.
60 hectares of industrial land to be released for non-industrial use - half to be made available for housing.
Possibility of reclamation outside Victoria Harbour to be studied.
50 hectares of green-belt government land in New Territories to be made available for housing.
Study to be commissioned on how to turn 150 hectares of industrial land in North District and Yuen Long into space for housing.
Land supply to be enough per year for 40,000 homes.
HK$180 million earmarked for bus companies to trial 36 electric buses.
Trials on retrofitting Euro II and Euro III buses with catalytic reduction devices to reduce nitrogen oxide emissions.
HK$150 million to provide a one-off subsidy to owners of liquefied petroleum gas taxis and light buses for replacing catalytic converters.
Public housing tenants exempted from paying rent for two months.
Extra one month's allowance for Comprehensive Social Security Assistance recipients and old-age and disability allowance recipients.
HK$100 million extra set aside for Short-term Food Assistance Service.
HK$1 billion fund to encourage Hong Kong enterprises on the mainland to move up the value chain and build brands.
Next year to be designated 'Hong Kong Design Year' - events on design to be staged to boost creative industries.
Authorities to be empowered to carry out more stringent checks on buildings, including allowing the Buildings Department to apply for a court warrant to enter a flat for inspection.
Over 65s and disabled to be granted concessionary fare of HK$2 on all MTR lines, franchised buses and ferries at any time of day.
Old-age allowance to be made available to Hongkongers who relocate to Guangdong in retirement.
'Community care vouchers' to be considered for the elderly who need long-term care and other services.
Supplement for CSSA recipients aged 60 or above and disabled CSSA recipients living in non-subsidised homes.
Monthly tickets for public swimming pools for the elderly.
Vocational Training Council pilot scheme to extend apprenticeships to service industries, with extra 1,000 places a year.
3,000 temporary jobs for young people to be extended by one year.
'International cuisine college' to be set up in 2014 to provide training for people to become professional chefs.
HK$100 million to help NGOs establish small enterprises employing people with disabilities.
Trial scheme introduced in 2008 to provide tetraplegic patients with transitional residential and day training services to be made permanent.
Hospital Authority to increase the number of neonatal intensive care beds by 10 per cent.
HK$200 million to be allocated between 2012 and 2015 to increase degree places in medicine by 100, nursing by 40 and other health professions by 146.
HK$5 billion injection for academic research at Hong Kong institutions.