Hong Kong’s shortage of land for residential use will be 108 hectares by 2026 and 230 hectares by 2046, according to the government’s Task Force on Land Supply. Photo: Bloomberg Hong Kong’s shortage of land for residential use will be 108 hectares by 2026 and 230 hectares by 2046, according to the government’s Task Force on Land Supply. Photo: Bloomberg
Hong Kong’s shortage of land for residential use will be 108 hectares by 2026 and 230 hectares by 2046, according to the government’s Task Force on Land Supply. Photo: Bloomberg
Frank Wong
Opinion

Opinion

Concrete Analysis by Frank Wong

Can Hong Kong increase its housing supply through the Land Sharing Pilot Scheme?

  • The scheme can potentially unlock 150 hectares of land by changing land zoning and incentivising landowners
  • The scheme might increase a piece of land’s plot ratio times its current size

Hong Kong’s shortage of land for residential use will be 108 hectares by 2026 and 230 hectares by 2046, according to the government’s Task Force on Land Supply. Photo: Bloomberg Hong Kong’s shortage of land for residential use will be 108 hectares by 2026 and 230 hectares by 2046, according to the government’s Task Force on Land Supply. Photo: Bloomberg
Hong Kong’s shortage of land for residential use will be 108 hectares by 2026 and 230 hectares by 2046, according to the government’s Task Force on Land Supply. Photo: Bloomberg
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