The Housing Society will focus on two ecologically non-sensitive sites on the edges of Ma On Shan and Tai Lam country parks, with only public housing and flats for the elderly housing to be built. Photo: Edward Wong The Housing Society will focus on two ecologically non-sensitive sites on the edges of Ma On Shan and Tai Lam country parks, with only public housing and flats for the elderly housing to be built. Photo: Edward Wong
The Housing Society will focus on two ecologically non-sensitive sites on the edges of Ma On Shan and Tai Lam country parks, with only public housing and flats for the elderly housing to be built. Photo: Edward Wong

Continuity needed on public housing initiative

Only a small part of two country parks is being considered for development and there are enough safeguards to ensure that conservation will not be compromised

Topic |   Hong Kong housing
The Housing Society will focus on two ecologically non-sensitive sites on the edges of Ma On Shan and Tai Lam country parks, with only public housing and flats for the elderly housing to be built. Photo: Edward Wong The Housing Society will focus on two ecologically non-sensitive sites on the edges of Ma On Shan and Tai Lam country parks, with only public housing and flats for the elderly housing to be built. Photo: Edward Wong
The Housing Society will focus on two ecologically non-sensitive sites on the edges of Ma On Shan and Tai Lam country parks, with only public housing and flats for the elderly housing to be built. Photo: Edward Wong
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