The Town Planning Board will not discuss a plan to reclaim nearly 2 hectares of land near the Plover Cove reservoir for an artificial beach unless the government provides comprehensive reports on its impact on the environment. The decision was made yesterday after the Planning Department and the Leisure and Cultural Services Department failed to answer most of the questions raised by board members, such as the engineering reasons to expand the reclamation and whether it would create a traffic bottleneck. It was also revealed at yesterday's meeting that the government had not met with the fishing community affected by the reclamation. 'There must be a complete assessment on the project, its impact on the environment and water quality. It must follow the law,' board chairwoman Rita Lau Ng Wai-lan said. 'Information is insufficient and many of the members' questions are unanswered.'