Lau Wong-fat said he appreciated efforts made by Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying's administration, but he hoped a "generous approach" would be taken to tackling some of the thorny issues affecting...
Property analysts say implementing a proposal by Lee Shau-kee, chairman of Henderson Land, to build low-priced homes in the New Territories will not be easy.
Henderson Land Development chairman Lee Shau-kee said his company will consider building low-priced homes in the New Territories costing HK$1 million each, as long as the government provides them...
Ending the small-house policy for indigenous villagers in the New Territories would boost land supply and ease the city's housing shortage, the Civic Party says.
Multibillion-dollar infrastructure projects combined with new property developments mean the New Territories will become the biggest supplier of homes next year.
Villagers who would be forced to make way if the government redevelops parts of the northeastern New Territories vowed yesterday to defend their homes.
Look at a satellite photograph of Hong Kong, and the first thing you notice is how much countryside there is. We are roughly comparable in terms of population and area with New York City, but our...
A Sai Kung village rich in ecological and heritage values is under threat from a developer who has bought up land faster than the government can freeze and zone its use, conservationists warn.
Old and new MPF set-up impractical
The Mandatory Provident Fund is a good thing, because it forces very low-income groups to save money, which they otherwise might not do.
Hong Kong's establishment is struggling to keep up with a new phenomenon: youth activism driven by new social media.
The current row over development proposals for the northeastern New Territories reflects a big gap in Hong Kong's planning system; that is, the lack of bottom-up, community-based planning.