Chiu Kam-kuen

International Director and Chief Executive of Greater China at Cushman & Wakefield
Chiu Kam-kuen
International Director and Chief Executive of Greater China at Cushman & Wakefield

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Concrete Analysis | ‘Smart’ technology could get cars off the roads in Hong Kong and into parking spaces faster

The government is considering setting up a so-called “smart” car parking system with 200 parking slots at the junction between Yen Chow Street and Tung Chau Street in Sham Shui Po.

20 Aug 2019 - 7:18PM

The government is considering setting up a so-called “smart” car parking system with 200 parking slots at the junction between Yen Chow Street and Tung Chau Street in Sham Shui Po.

‘Smart’ technology could get cars off the roads in Hong Kong and into parking spaces faster
Concrete Analysis | Copying the European concept of transitional housing to Hong Kong wouldn’t work. Here’s why

While the government aims to improve the social mobility of Hong Kong’s youth, it is lamentable that they may have to live in temporary ‘pipe homes’, says Chiu Kam-kuen of Cushman & Wakefield

4 Jun 2019 - 7:12PM

While the government aims to improve the social mobility of Hong Kong’s youth, it is lamentable that they may have to live in temporary ‘pipe homes’, says Chiu Kam-kuen of Cushman & Wakefield

Copying the European concept of transitional housing to Hong Kong wouldn’t work. Here’s why
Concrete Analysis | Vacancy tax is a short-term solution to Hong Kong’s long-term housing shortage crisis

As the impact of vacancy tax on overall supply of residential units in Hong Kong is likely to be limited, the public and the government should discuss other feasible long-term solutions.

16 Apr 2019 - 6:55PM

As the impact of vacancy tax on overall supply of residential units in Hong Kong is likely to be limited, the public and the government should discuss other feasible long-term solutions.

Vacancy tax is a short-term solution to Hong Kong’s long-term housing shortage crisis
Concrete Analysis | Hong Kong government must consider all possible options to address long-term land supply

The government should adopt a multipronged approach and consider any option that can increase land supply to address the city’s housing shortage.

5 Mar 2019 - 6:38PM

The government should adopt a multipronged approach and consider any option that can increase land supply to address the city’s housing shortage.

Hong Kong government must consider all possible options to address long-term land supply
Concrete Analysis | Can Hong Kong’s transitional housing scheme help Hongkongers own a home?

Industrial buildings will be allowed to be converted into short-term housing for a maximum five years

4 Dec 2018 - 4:31PM

Industrial buildings will be allowed to be converted into short-term housing for a maximum five years

Can Hong Kong’s transitional housing scheme help Hongkongers own a home?
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Subsidised housing should help families with lesser means to realise their home ownership dream
Will public-private partnership approach solve housing shortage in Hong Kong?