Cheung Kong (Holdings) plans to build a fruit garden in its low-density residential development in Tai Po as a nature conservation measure, according to deputy chairman Victor Li Tzar-kuoi. Mr Li said the company had originally planned to build a town-house development on the site but decided to revise it into a project consisting of higher buildings but with fewer blocks. Speaking after attending a seminar entitled Conservation and Hong Kong's Future Development, Mr Li said the revised plan would feature towers of more than 10 floors. The change would not result in any gain in gross floor space but it would leave more space for a fruit garden of up to 800,000 square foot. Mr Li said the fruit garden would provide a better environment for children and birds. The development site of more than 1.8 million square feet is located at the north of Ting Kok Road, in an area known as Fung Yuen.