The supply of private residential units in the coming decade will be roughly 13,000 per year, according to the government’s last report on the subject. Photo: Edmond So The supply of private residential units in the coming decade will be roughly 13,000 per year, according to the government’s last report on the subject. Photo: Edmond So
The supply of private residential units in the coming decade will be roughly 13,000 per year, according to the government’s last report on the subject. Photo: Edmond So
Chiu Kam-kuen
Opinion

Opinion

Concrete Analysis by Chiu Kam-kuen

Far more flats are needed than are planned in the Hong Kong government’s long-term housing strategy

  • The soaring real estate prices and unstable housing supply of the past decade is the result of inadequate planning for long-term supply by the government
  • The potential land supply for the whole of 2020 is expected to provide capacity about 15,700 units only

The supply of private residential units in the coming decade will be roughly 13,000 per year, according to the government’s last report on the subject. Photo: Edmond So The supply of private residential units in the coming decade will be roughly 13,000 per year, according to the government’s last report on the subject. Photo: Edmond So
The supply of private residential units in the coming decade will be roughly 13,000 per year, according to the government’s last report on the subject. Photo: Edmond So
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