The tiniest living space built on government land must not be smaller than 280 square feet, Secretary for Development Michael Wong Wai-lun said at a press briefing. Photo: Dickson Lee
The tiniest living space built on government land must not be smaller than 280 square feet, Secretary for Development Michael Wong Wai-lun said at a press briefing. Photo: Dickson Lee

Hong Kong sets larger-than-expected minimum size of 280 square feet for flats, increases land supply to tackle housing affordability

  • The tiniest living space built on government land must not be smaller than 280 sq ft (26 sq m), says Secretary for Development Michael Wong Wai-lun.
  • Hong Kong’s government will also expand the supply of housing land to accommodate 20,080 homes, exceeding the annual target by 56 per cent

The tiniest living space built on government land must not be smaller than 280 square feet, Secretary for Development Michael Wong Wai-lun said at a press briefing. Photo: Dickson Lee
The tiniest living space built on government land must not be smaller than 280 square feet, Secretary for Development Michael Wong Wai-lun said at a press briefing. Photo: Dickson Lee
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