Blocks of flats form the backdrop for an aerial drone view of the Hong Kong Golf Club in Fanling, about a fifth of which is about to be taken back for public housing. Photo: Roy Issa
Blocks of flats form the backdrop for an aerial drone view of the Hong Kong Golf Club in Fanling, about a fifth of which is about to be taken back for public housing. Photo: Roy Issa

Letters | Why taking back land from Hong Kong Golf Club for housing is a red herring

  • The government has avoided any debate, public consultation or pressure on the Heung Yee Kuk, which controls much of the land in the New Territories

Blocks of flats form the backdrop for an aerial drone view of the Hong Kong Golf Club in Fanling, about a fifth of which is about to be taken back for public housing. Photo: Roy Issa
Blocks of flats form the backdrop for an aerial drone view of the Hong Kong Golf Club in Fanling, about a fifth of which is about to be taken back for public housing. Photo: Roy Issa
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