The campus of Wycombe Abbey School, Hong Kong. Photo: Wycombe Abbey School Hong Kong WebsiteThe campus of Wycombe Abbey School, Hong Kong. Photo: Wycombe Abbey School Hong Kong Website
The campus of Wycombe Abbey School, Hong Kong. Photo: Wycombe Abbey School Hong Kong Website

Hong Kong’s land shortage is forcing international schools to set up campuses in old commercial buildings like disused shopping centres

  • Finding the right space is a challenge for schools, which have specific requirements such as large floor space, playing fields
  • Some have converted former shopping malls as they try to tap the market, in which demand has remained strong amid months of civil unrest
Topic |   Hong Kong property
The campus of Wycombe Abbey School, Hong Kong. Photo: Wycombe Abbey School Hong Kong WebsiteThe campus of Wycombe Abbey School, Hong Kong. Photo: Wycombe Abbey School Hong Kong Website
The campus of Wycombe Abbey School, Hong Kong. Photo: Wycombe Abbey School Hong Kong Website
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