Nine key elements of Hong Kong Disneyland and related facilities will be checked for their impact on the environment. The public will be consulted on the findings, and officials will then consider whether they should endorse them. The nine elements are: Reclamation of about 280ha of land at Penny's Bay; Reclamation of about 10ha of land at Yam O; Theme park development including hotels, retail, dinning and entertainment elements, and any dangerous goods storage; Road works; Water recreation centre with a lake; Stormwater drainage system; New rail line from Tung Chung Line at Yam O to Penny's Bay; Waste disposal facilities/activity for refuse; and Removal of the Cheoy Lee Shipyard. In a submission to legislators, the Conservancy Association called for a 'sustainability impact assessment' before the Disney deal was given to the Executive and Legislative councils for approval. The assessment should look at consumption of resources, energy use, waste generation and impact on local lifestyle based on the principle of sustainable development as championed by the Chief Executive, the association said.