CHINESE and British officials will hold talks in Beijing next week on two big infrastructure projects in Zhuhai and Shenzhen, a senior official said yesterday. The Secretary of Planning, Environment and Lands, Tony Eason, said on his return from Beijing that talks with his Chinese counterpart, Zhang Liangdong, had been 'friendly and fruitful'. They discussed the agenda for next Wednesday's second Infrastructure Co-ordinating Committee meeting, including studies on the Zhuhai bridge project and the Shenzhen Western Corridor. A full British team will attend the meeting, which will review the work from four panels. Mr Eason said detailed studies on the projects would require the approval of the committee before they planned the next step. The Zhuhai bridge project will link Western Guangdong to Tuen Mun. The Western Corridor will connect Shenzhen airport to Yuen Long and link up to Hong Kong's network including Route 3.