Public consultations can be useful, but where to find land is merely one aspect of Hong Kong’s most important social issue. Illustration: Craig Stephens

Finding sufficient land won’t solve Hong Kong’s housing crisis on its own, and it may not even be the most pressing issue

Eric Stryson and Olivia Lai say that, instead of obsessing over land supply, Hong Kong should be focusing on policy issues such as rethinking the dependence on land sales for revenue, tackling unaffordability and setting up a housing bureau

Topic |   Hong Kong housing

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Public consultations can be useful, but where to find land is merely one aspect of Hong Kong’s most important social issue. Illustration: Craig Stephens
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