The interior of a subdivided flat in Sham Shui Po. Low-income households in subdivided units often have to endure demeaning living conditions. Photo: Edward Wong

How Hong Kong’s public housing policy is failing those most in need

Paul Yip says making rich tenants pay much more for public housing flats and easing dependence on land premiums for government revenue would be primary steps to improving conditions for the most disadvantaged in the world’s costliest housing market

Topic |   Hong Kong housing

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The interior of a subdivided flat in Sham Shui Po. Low-income households in subdivided units often have to endure demeaning living conditions. Photo: Edward Wong
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