A may 2020 file picture showing a general view of new and old residential buildings in New Territories, Hong Kong. Photo: AFP A may 2020 file picture showing a general view of new and old residential buildings in New Territories, Hong Kong. Photo: AFP
A may 2020 file picture showing a general view of new and old residential buildings in New Territories, Hong Kong. Photo: AFP
Alnwick Chan
Opinion

Opinion

Concrete Analysis by Alnwick Chan

Tenancy control on subdivided flats: a step forward, not long-term solution to Hong Kong’s housing crisis

  • An amended bill could be passed and gazetted by early 2022, if not sooner, to protect tenants from being exploited by landlords
  • More incentives are needed to attract wider private-sector involvement to help end Hong Kong’s deep-seated housing crisis

A may 2020 file picture showing a general view of new and old residential buildings in New Territories, Hong Kong. Photo: AFP A may 2020 file picture showing a general view of new and old residential buildings in New Territories, Hong Kong. Photo: AFP
A may 2020 file picture showing a general view of new and old residential buildings in New Territories, Hong Kong. Photo: AFP
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