The Jockey Club Kitchee Centre in Shek Mun, Sha Tin, comprises football pitches and training facilities built at a cost of HK$84 million. It opened just last year but may have to make way for public housing when the lease expires. Photo: David Wong
Mike Rowse
Opinion

Opinion

Mike Rowse

Hong Kong’s land realities call for a radical approach, but is anyone willing to take on the vested interests?

Mike Rowse says baffling development decisions, even as vast tracts of the New Territories remain untouched, indicate the scale of the problem

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The Jockey Club Kitchee Centre in Shek Mun, Sha Tin, comprises football pitches and training facilities built at a cost of HK$84 million. It opened just last year but may have to make way for public housing when the lease expires. Photo: David Wong
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