ANGRY residents affected by the Housing Society's Tsuen Wan Town Centre comprehensive redevelopment programme protested outside its Causeway Bay headquarters yesterday. Members of the 32-man protest group said they were furious over lack of information about the programme, accusing the society of dragging its feet. They threatened a sit-in if executive director So Hing-wo did not meet them. The protesters said they had heard rumours the society might drop its plan to redevelop the ageing Tsuen Wan blocks situated between Sha Tsui Road, Wo Tik Street and Yeung Uk Road. If the development went ahead, protesters wanted clarification on the issues of compensation and rehousing. 'We do not have any idea about what the Housing Society plans to do even after five years of waiting. We are afraid to put money into renovations because they may demolish the buildings. We want answers,' said Kwok Lok Che-ping, a property owner. Housing Society development surveyor Benny Hui Hung-kit told the group he would arrange a meeting for them with Mr So when the executive director returned from leave at the end of the month. Mr Hui also took their letter of protest. Earlier, the group protested outside Murray Building in Central where the Secretary for Planning, Environment and Lands, Bowen Leung Po-wing, declined a meeting.