The view from Ocean Terminal. The facility’s lease was extended for another 21 years following its expiry in 2012. Photo: Sun Yeung The view from Ocean Terminal. The facility’s lease was extended for another 21 years following its expiry in 2012. Photo: Sun Yeung
The view from Ocean Terminal. The facility’s lease was extended for another 21 years following its expiry in 2012. Photo: Sun Yeung
Alnwick Chan
Opinion

Opinion

Concrete Analysis by Alnwick Chan

What will happen to Hong Kong land lot leases expiring this decade?

  • Residential and commercial leases expiring by 2025 will involve about 300 interest holders and those by 2030 will involve up to 8,500 interest holders
  • Rising public concern over whether the expiring leases will be extended in a smooth and timely manner

The view from Ocean Terminal. The facility’s lease was extended for another 21 years following its expiry in 2012. Photo: Sun Yeung The view from Ocean Terminal. The facility’s lease was extended for another 21 years following its expiry in 2012. Photo: Sun Yeung
The view from Ocean Terminal. The facility’s lease was extended for another 21 years following its expiry in 2012. Photo: Sun Yeung
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Alnwick Chan

Alnwick Chan

Alnwick Chan is managing director of professional services at Knight Frank