The owner of a To Kwa Wan tenement building that collapsed in 2010, killing four people, has failed to get any compensation from the Urban Renewal Authority over redevelopment of the area, it emerged yesterday.Saturday, 12 January, 2013, 3:12am
Mainland developer Shui On Land says its office-retail project, Corporate Avenue II, will generate annual rental incomes of up to 700 million yuan (HK$862.84 million) once all the space has been leased.11 Jan 2013 - 3:56am
The public can be excused if they are confused about the government's commitment to heritage conservation. From the controversial U-turns on Government Hill and the historic Ho Tung Gardens to the choice of appointees on an advisory panel, there appears to be a lack of consistency and priority in preserving our diminishing heritage.8 Jan 2013 - 2:57am
The Urban Renewal Authority will review the threshold set for demand-led redevelopment projects after a pilot project in Tai Kok Tsui, Kowloon, faced being derailed by an owner refusing to sell his shop.22 Dec 2012 - 4:11am 1 comment
It's a popular pastime during the Christmas and New Year holidays to visit shopping centres to have a look at the festive decorations.
But winter is also a good time to visit shops that line the streets in the city's old districts.18 Dec 2012 - 2:33am
Good and bad news about the city's heritage buildings can create confusing perceptions about the government's commitment to conservation. In a welcome "about-face" on the redevelopment plan for the former government headquarters, the new administration has decided that the west wing will not be turned into a commercial tower, as had been decided by its predecessors.10 Dec 2012 - 7:31am
Not surprisingly, the state of the real estate market, particularly the residential sector, has been the subject of much discussion since the new administration took office in July and began an attempt to make up for the failure of its predecessors to adequately address land and housing issues.28 Nov 2012 - 3:13am
A new pedestrian link and health centre will be provided in Kwun Tong under a redevelopment project now under way, say officials.
The HK$95 million footbridge and HK$105 million health centre were designed to cater to the needs of a growing and ageing population in the area, the Development Bureau said.21 Nov 2012 - 3:52am
I refer to the report ("Old factories to be bulldozed for new flats", October 27).14 Nov 2012 - 3:15am
The number of new homes planned for the former Kai Tak airport site should be more than doubled, to 70,000 units, a key government adviser said yesterday.22 Oct 2012 - 5:42am 4 comments