Cheung Kong (Holdings) has secured Town Planning Board approval to develop a 1.7 million square foot residential project next to the light rail terminus in Tin Shui Wai. The 3.28 hectare site was previously part of a bigger development planned for the light rail station on 5.3 hectares of land. The larger-scale development was thought to be a joint venture between Cheung Kong and the Kowloon-Canton Railway Corp (KCRC), which runs the light rail network. Cheung Kong is allowed to build eight 40-storey residential towers with 2,496 units above a bus terminus, while KCRC is expected to develop the remaining space. Meanwhile, the KCRC's application to develop 2.06 million sq ft of residential space and a 188,000 sq ft shopping mall on 4.97 hectares at Fo Tan Station was delayed as accompanying road construction was dependent on a pending Legco decision. The board also rejected a Henderson Land Development application to double the size of a residential development in Lok Wo Sha, Ma On Shan. The board said the project should be subject to the findings of a study on development potential of the nearby Whitehead detention camp, expected within nine months. Henderson applied to increase the development to 3.6 million sq ft. Goldlion Holdings' proposal to redevelop its Goldlion Holdings Centre in Siu Lek Yuen, Sha Tin into a 646,000 sq ft serviced apartment project was also rejected. The KCRC received approval to build a four million sq ft residential-office development at Yen Chow Street Station on the proposed West line.