Heung Yee Kuk chairman Lau Wong-fat has acquired 32 more blocks of land in the New Territories since he joined the Executive Council at the beginning of the year. The latest information was published on Exco's official website as the government updated members' declarations of assets. Mr Lau declared ownership of 320 blocks of land and property on July 10 - up from the 288 pieces disclosed in February. The additional blocks he had acquired were in Tuen Mun and Yuen Long. The majority of Mr Lau's land and properties were in Hong Kong, with two factory sites and a commercial property on the mainland and a residence in Singapore.The number of companies in which he owns more than a 1 per cent shareholding, on the other hand, has fallen from 99 to 72. Another non-official Exco member, Charles Lee Yeh-kwong, has removed the names of three companies - in which he held between four and 20 per cent of shares last June - from his list of declared assets. Secretary for Constitutional Affairs Stephen Lam Sui-lung and his family own two more parking spaces than the one they had last June. Separately, Raymond Tam Chi-yuen, who became director of the Chief Executive's Office on Saturday, disclosed his only registrable asset - an apartment in Central and Western district, which is owned jointly with his wife.