With just four and a half years in which to deliver, the Kai Tak Sports Park complex – which will comprise a 50,000-seat stadium, a 10,000-seat indoor sports centre and a 5,000-seat public sports ground – is ambitious in terms of scale and speed. Photo: Kai Tak Sports Park
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New sports complex can be a winner thanks to safeguards

  • The HK$32 billion project on the site of Hong Kong’s former airport needs to proceed with caution to allay public concern following delays, shoddy work and budget overruns at previous developments

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With just four and a half years in which to deliver, the Kai Tak Sports Park complex – which will comprise a 50,000-seat stadium, a 10,000-seat indoor sports centre and a 5,000-seat public sports ground – is ambitious in terms of scale and speed. Photo: Kai Tak Sports Park
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