More new residential projects are set to go on sale with six pre-sale consents issued by the Lands Department for 4,889 units last month. At the end of last month, it was processing a further 15,910 units in 18 projects. The six projects approved include the 728-unit phase two of Laguna Verde in Hunghom and the 123-unit Paramount in Tai Po, both developed by Cheung Kong (Holdings). Cheung Kong is also expected to get pre-sale consent next week for Tierra Verde on Tsing Yi MTR Station. China Overseas Land and Investment received consent for its 334-unit joint-venture development in Ho Man Tin. Henderson Land Development won approval for its Dawning Views in Fanling and La Cite Noble in Tseung Kwan O; Sun Hung Kai Properties (SHKP) got consent for its Mount Haven on Tsing Yi. These three projects are on sale. The three new applications for consents included a 1,680-unit project in Fanling, built by 12 developers who bought the site at a controversial auction in 1994. The Wing Tai Group-led consortium also submitted its application for consent to pre-sell the first 495 units at The Waterfront above the MTR Kowloon Station. Paliburg Holdings is seeking consent for its 680-unit Park Royale in Yuen Long. SHKP had three more residential sites awaiting approval, Henderson had two while Nan Fung Development, HKR International, Asia Standard International and a Hong Kong Parkview Group-led consortium had one each. The Lands Department also issued consent to 130 commercial units at the office complex jointly built by Swire Properties and China Motor Bus at 625 King's Road, North Point. Six applications for consent to assign were being processed, including four residential developments with 5,809 units. These belong to Laguna Verde phase one in Hunghom, Galaxia in Diamond Hill, Discovery Park phase three in Tsuen Wan and Maywood Court of Kingswood Villas in Tin Shui Wai.