THE Sino-British Land Commission has yet to decide on the date of its next meeting, despite the resumption of talks on political reform.
Senior British Representative of the Land Commission Mr Tony Eason said he was discussing dates with the Chinese. He declined to say whether the resumption of talks would have a positive effect on the commission. His Chinese counterpart, Mr Sun Yanheng, said the land body should resume meetings, but refused to comment on an appropriate time.
Hongkong affairs adviser and property expert Mr Leung Chun-ying said delays in commission meetings would not affect the property market for at least three years, because land reserves were sufficient.