Guishan Island could be a better source of land than large-scale reclamation, given Beijing’s support for Hong Kong’s role in the Greater Bay Area scheme as a transport and logistics hub – if we can articulate the benefits to Zhuhai. Photo: Handout Guishan Island could be a better source of land than large-scale reclamation, given Beijing’s support for Hong Kong’s role in the Greater Bay Area scheme as a transport and logistics hub – if we can articulate the benefits to Zhuhai. Photo: Handout
Guishan Island could be a better source of land than large-scale reclamation, given Beijing’s support for Hong Kong’s role in the Greater Bay Area scheme as a transport and logistics hub – if we can articulate the benefits to Zhuhai. Photo: Handout
Lucy Kwan
Opinion

Opinion

Lucy Kwan and Ng Wai Chuen

How developing a Zhuhai island could give Hong Kong all the land it needs for housing and business

  • Moving the facilities on brownfields to reclaimed land west of Guishan Island would give the New Territories a facelift, while creating space for a new business district
  • The Kwai Tsing Container Terminals could also be relocated, leaving the harbour area ripe for redevelopment, as part of efforts to balance and revitalise all of Hong Kong

Guishan Island could be a better source of land than large-scale reclamation, given Beijing’s support for Hong Kong’s role in the Greater Bay Area scheme as a transport and logistics hub – if we can articulate the benefits to Zhuhai. Photo: Handout Guishan Island could be a better source of land than large-scale reclamation, given Beijing’s support for Hong Kong’s role in the Greater Bay Area scheme as a transport and logistics hub – if we can articulate the benefits to Zhuhai. Photo: Handout
Guishan Island could be a better source of land than large-scale reclamation, given Beijing’s support for Hong Kong’s role in the Greater Bay Area scheme as a transport and logistics hub – if we can articulate the benefits to Zhuhai. Photo: Handout
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