Negotiations on the lease renewal of Pokfulam Gardens started in 2004, two years before the expiry of the original lease. Photo: Wikipedia Negotiations on the lease renewal of Pokfulam Gardens started in 2004, two years before the expiry of the original lease. Photo: Wikipedia
Negotiations on the lease renewal of Pokfulam Gardens started in 2004, two years before the expiry of the original lease. Photo: Wikipedia
Dorothy Chow
Opinion

Opinion

Concrete Analysis by Dorothy Chow

It is high time the government lays out guidelines, starts post-2047 lease renewal process to minimise impact on stakeholders

  • The government has promised to study streamlined procedures to tackle the upcoming challenges of over 30,000 land leases that are going to expire by 2047
  • The Lands Department accepts lease renewal applications from the owners three years before the expiry

Negotiations on the lease renewal of Pokfulam Gardens started in 2004, two years before the expiry of the original lease. Photo: Wikipedia Negotiations on the lease renewal of Pokfulam Gardens started in 2004, two years before the expiry of the original lease. Photo: Wikipedia
Negotiations on the lease renewal of Pokfulam Gardens started in 2004, two years before the expiry of the original lease. Photo: Wikipedia
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