A Hong Kong Housing Authority construction site in Diamond Hill. The city’s new leader does not want eligible applicants to wait any longer than the current 6.1 years for a home. Photo: Sam Tsang
A Hong Kong Housing Authority construction site in Diamond Hill. The city’s new leader does not want eligible applicants to wait any longer than the current 6.1 years for a home. Photo: Sam Tsang
Lau Chun-kong
Opinion

Opinion

Concrete Analysis by Lau Chun-kong

There is no instant fix for Hong Kong’s housing crisis

  • Hong Kong needs to cut as much red tape as possible and find better ways to use its resources
  • Before any drastic measures, we must consider the Hong Kong market, which is exceptionally sensitive

A Hong Kong Housing Authority construction site in Diamond Hill. The city’s new leader does not want eligible applicants to wait any longer than the current 6.1 years for a home. Photo: Sam Tsang
A Hong Kong Housing Authority construction site in Diamond Hill. The city’s new leader does not want eligible applicants to wait any longer than the current 6.1 years for a home. Photo: Sam Tsang
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