A general view of the northern area of the New Territories from Kwun Tung. Carrie Lam’s policy address proposed to turn the northern New Territories into an engine of growth and home to 2.5 million people. Photo: Martin Chan
A general view of the northern area of the New Territories from Kwun Tung. Carrie Lam’s policy address proposed to turn the northern New Territories into an engine of growth and home to 2.5 million people. Photo: Martin Chan
Chiu Kam-kuen
Opinion

Opinion

Concrete Analysis by Chiu Kam-kuen

What Hong Kong must do to solve the city’s perennial housing and land shortage problems

  • Some residential units in the Northern Metropolis should be designated as ‘talent apartments’ to attract professionals to spur its development
  • More incentives under the land sharing scheme could alleviate housing shortage using public-private partnership model

A general view of the northern area of the New Territories from Kwun Tung. Carrie Lam’s policy address proposed to turn the northern New Territories into an engine of growth and home to 2.5 million people. Photo: Martin Chan
A general view of the northern area of the New Territories from Kwun Tung. Carrie Lam’s policy address proposed to turn the northern New Territories into an engine of growth and home to 2.5 million people. Photo: Martin Chan
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