THE territory's first purpose-built centre for consumer education is to be constructed in Tsim Sha Tsui by the Consumer Council. The three-story Consumer Information Resource Centre, to be built at a cost of $10 million, will have displays of unsafe products, publications for reference and sale, and a help desk. 'It will be for young consumers, as well as adults,' said Council spokesman Kenneth So Wai-sang. Tsim Sha Tsui was chosen because it was also convenient for tourists, who will be able to lodge complaints about rogue retailers. The council operated a centre in Kowloon Park, next to Kowloon Mosque, but had to return the building to the Urban Council. Mr So said the council was currently negotiating for the land. The costs will be met from a $10 million government grant and it is hoped to be open in 1997.