But the points for Zhuhai and Macau remain undecided Hong Kong and Guangdong officials have agreed that San Shek Wan in northwest Lantau will be the Hong Kong landing point for the bridge linking the city with Zhuhai and Macau, Chief Secretary Donald Tsang Yam-kuen announced yesterday. But the two sides would need to further discuss and study the landing points in Macau and Zhuhai, Mr Tsang said after meeting Guangdong Executive Vice-Governor Tang Binquan , his counterpart in the Guangdong-Hong Kong Co-operation Joint Conference. Mr Tsang described San Shek Wan as the best landing point in Hong Kong from an environmental conservation and economic point of view. He said the Hong Kong-Guangdong-Macau co-ordinating committee had met last month to discuss a feasibility report prepared by the China Highway Planning and Design Institute, which identified 10 routes for the bridge and recommended four routes. The co-ordinating committee comprising government representatives from Guangdong, Macau, Zhuhai and Hong Kong had examined the possibilities, Mr Tsang said, and would concentrate on finding an option acceptable to all parties. 'This is a priority project. We have to work on it patiently,' he said. 'We have already done a lot of work but it requires compromise, it requires understanding, and a detailed study by all concerned.' The suggested first route would land near the Gongbei border crossing, where it would split to provide separate access to Zhuhai and Macau. The second route would go to Zhuhai's outlying Hengqin Island. The last option lands at Macau, with a tunnel built underneath the Macau-Taipa bridge to reach Zhuhai. Reporting progress on a related highway project, Mr Tang said both sides would work together to ensure the Hong Kong-Shenzhen Western Corridor link was completed by June or July next year. Mr Tang and Mr Tsang were holding a working meeting to lay the groundwork for a summit between Chief Executive Tung Chee-hwa and Guangdong Governor Huang Huahua . Both officials said it was decided at the meeting that Guangdong and Hong Kong would mount a joint investment promotion mission to Canada this summer. It would be the third time the city and Guangdong have co-operated to attract investment to the greater Pearl River Delta and pan-Pearl River Delta regions. Mr Tang also said both sides would be working together to promote co-operation in the two regions. Reviewing Guangdong-Hong Kong co-operation in the past year, Mr Tang said two-way trade had risen 23 per cent to US$226.15 billion from January to November and was expected to pass US$246 billion for the full year.