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Henderson

Henderson sees strong sales response to Double Cove project

Henderson Land Development and its partners sold about 80 per cent of the 330 newly launched flats at their Double Cove project in the first few hours yesterday, only a day before the government's new mortgage tightening measures came into effect after the United States a

Saturday, 15 September, 2012, 4:03am

Villagers win reprieve from eviction

A woman and her adult son who have lived in a Fanling village for 30 years have won a reprieve from eviction after the High Court yesterday granted an injunction against an eviction notice issued by Henderson Land.

16 Feb 2012 - 12:00am

Cathy Tsui delivers Uncle Four a fourth grandson, and he makes it official

Henderson Land boss Lee Shau-kee apparently already has plans for his new grandson to play a significant role in his business empire, even though the boy's barely a week old.

23 Jun 2011 - 12:00am

Dumping waste on village farmlands

Tenant farmers facing eviction from land they have worked on for decades found a novel way of making their point to developer Henderson Land.

They put up signs to the company's chairman Lee Shau-kee saying: 'Uncle Four, we little papayas, cucumbers and pumpkins are not yet born. Please give us a chance.'

Another said: 'Uncle Four, I want to rent a farm!'

19 May 2011 - 12:00am

Pumpkin plea as farmers reply to 'Uncle Four'

Tenant farmers facing eviction from land they have worked for decades found a novel way of making their point to developer Henderson Land.

They put up signs to the company's chairman Lee Shau-kee saying: 'Uncle Four, we little papayas, cucumbers and pumpkins are not yet born. Please give us a chance.'

Another said: 'Uncle Four, I want to rent a farm!'

3 May 2011 - 12:00am

Henderson may be out of time on wetlands

Henderson Land's controversial and drawn-out plan to turn the wetlands of Nam Sang Wai into a luxury housing development looks doomed, at least in its present form.

The government said yesterday it did not see why it should give the developer any more time to revise its plan for the Yuen Long site, which was first put forward 14 years ago.

10 Dec 2010 - 12:00am

Poll finds wide belief that Conduit Road sales were developer's ploy

More than 85 per cent of Hong Kong's middle-income group believe the sales of luxury flats at 39 Conduit Road were an act of market manipulation despite the developer's attempt to kill the rumour by running advertisements in newspapers last week, a survey has found.

12 Jul 2010 - 12:00am

War of words

We are taken aback by the information that your agreements with the purchasers to extend the time of completion of the 24 units were verbal and by your apparent ambivalent attitude towards the completion of the sales

Lands Department, March 25

6 Jul 2010 - 12:00am

Police part of probe into Henderson's cancelled luxury apartment sales

Police are involved in the investigation into cancelled sales of flats at a luxury Mid-Levels project that the developer said had fetched prices of up to a world-record HK$88,000 a square foot.

27 Jun 2010 - 12:00am

Henderson lists buyers at 39 Conduit Road

Scrutinised over the delayed completion of sales of 24 luxury flats at the 39 Conduit Road project in the Mid-Levels, Henderson Land Development sent the government a letter yesterday listing all the buyers and the deposits they paid for the flats.

This is Henderson's third response to the Lands Department in two weeks.

15 Apr 2010 - 12:00am

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