Cheung Kong (Holdings) has revised its development plan to increase the number of hotel rooms and serviced apartment units in a project at Kwai Chung. A Town Planning Board spokesman said Cheung Kong had gained approval to develop a 37-storey hotel providing 353 rooms with an average size of 645 square feet within a comprehensive development area on Wo Yi Hop Road. The development also included a 45-storey hotel-type serviced apartment tower comprising 953 units with an average size of 581 sq ft, he said. The revised plan provided an additional 54 hotel rooms and 57 serviced apartment units compared with the original design approved last year, the spokesman said. The building height of the hotel had also been increased, he said. The old plan had proposed two hotel blocks of 22 and 29 storeys. The spokesman said the total buildable floor area amounted to 799,780 sq ft, including 1,600 sq ft of retail space, which remained unchanged. Meanwhile, Sun Hung Kai Properties has secured approval to cut car parking spaces by more than 60 per cent at a residential project in Tuen Mun. The planning board spokesman said the developer had obtained approval to build four 21-storey residential towers providing 672 units near Siu Sau Village in Tuen Mun. The site, spanning 275,000 sq ft, had a total developable area of 357,500 sq ft. The spokesman said the residential building design would be maintained but the number of car parking spaces had been reduced from 336 to 112. 'The change is due to the parking requirement standard set by the Transport Department being revised,' the spokesman said said.