General view of public housing project Queen's Hill House by Hong Kong Housing Authority in Fanling. Photo: Felix Wong General view of public housing project Queen's Hill House by Hong Kong Housing Authority in Fanling. Photo: Felix Wong
General view of public housing project Queen's Hill House by Hong Kong Housing Authority in Fanling. Photo: Felix Wong
Chiu Kam-kuen
Opinion

Opinion

Concrete Analysis by Chiu Kam-kuen

How Carrie Lam can revitalise Hong Kong’s land supply and public housing targets in next decade

  • At present, land resumption seems to be the most feasible way to overcome the acute land supply shortage
  • To achieve a win-win outcome in public-private collaboration, the development of agricultural land or brownfield sites should be reinforced

General view of public housing project Queen's Hill House by Hong Kong Housing Authority in Fanling. Photo: Felix Wong General view of public housing project Queen's Hill House by Hong Kong Housing Authority in Fanling. Photo: Felix Wong
General view of public housing project Queen's Hill House by Hong Kong Housing Authority in Fanling. Photo: Felix Wong
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Chiu Kam-kuen

Chiu Kam-kuen

International Director and Chief Executive of Greater China at Cushman & Wakefield