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Nam Sang Wai

Town Planning Board seek judicial review over Nam Sang Wai

A long-running series of legal disputes over a housing development - in an ecologically sensitive Yuen Long wetland - has taken yet another turn.

Thursday, 31 January, 2013, 4:41am

Divisive wetland development tycoon Adrian Fu's lifetime mission

Adrian Fu with a photo of his grandfather Fu Tak-iam. Photo: Dickson Lee

For conservationists, Nam Sang Wai is one of the Hong Kong wetlands that should be preserved for future generations.

But for Adrian Fu Hau-chak, a 65-year-old tycoon from a prominent family in Macau, a development on the site is almost a life-long mission, one he does not want his successors to have to deal with.

15 Nov 2012 - 4:37am

Nam Sang Wai wetland size should meet 'no-net loss' principle

The Nam Sang Wai developer has claimed its proposed project would almost meet the "no-net loss" principle under planning guidelines that require wetlands to retain the same net area after development.

15 Nov 2012 - 4:38am

Home ownership plan for Mai Po flats project

A developer has taken the unusual step of suggesting that up to 624 apartments in a residential project it is planning to build in a wildlife-rich wetland be sold as home-ownership scheme flats.

30 Jun 2012 - 12:00am

Firefly prompts new study for Yuen Long developers

The developers of a housing project at an ecologically sensitive Yuen Long wetland are broadening their environmental impact study, to assess the impacts of a vehicle bridge and verify the presence of a firefly species new to science.

30 Mar 2012 - 12:00am

Fire-hit wetland to get trees

Nam Sang Wai conservationists will plant trees in the blaze-destroyed wetland on Sunday, after receiving permission from the government. But they will skip large areas owned by Henderson Land Development, which has not responded to their request.

30 May 2011 - 12:00am

Area of shame needs the golf course treatment

OF all the rural ghastliness created by naked greed, Nam Sang Wai stands in a special class of shame. Once a placid area of fishponds and swampish paddy fields, it has been foully desecrated.

6 Jun 1999 - 12:00am