There will be no new reclamation projects, a senior government official said yesterday, rejecting allegations by harbour activists. Permanent Secretary for Housing, Planning and Lands, Rita Lau Ng Wai-lan, said: 'What the Society for Protection of the Harbour had said in advertisements in two newspapers was wrong.' In an unexpected remark during a meeting of the Harbour-front Enhancement Committee, she said: 'Their information was based on obsolete zoning plans, which were more than a decade old.' The harbour protection group ran an advertisement in the South China Morning Post and a Chinese language newspaper on Tuesday, accusing the government of misleading the public. Mrs Lau said the only planned projects were the Central Reclamation - now under way - and the Wan Chai North and Southeast Kowloon plans, which were under review. 'There are no other reclamation plans,' she said.