Members of the Islands District Council, which covers Lantau, meet to discuss the “Lantau Tomorrow Vision” project, in Sheung Wan on February 25, 2019. Photo: Felix Wong Members of the Islands District Council, which covers Lantau, meet to discuss the “Lantau Tomorrow Vision” project, in Sheung Wan on February 25, 2019. Photo: Felix Wong
Members of the Islands District Council, which covers Lantau, meet to discuss the “Lantau Tomorrow Vision” project, in Sheung Wan on February 25, 2019. Photo: Felix Wong

Letters | Why Hong Kong must ditch ‘Lantau Tomorrow’: use public resources to help people, not developers

  • The HK$624 billion exercise is a rehashing of an idea from the 1980s that pays no heed to climate change nor the environmental devastation it would cause
  • Hong Kong should upgrade its ageing housing stock with energy-efficient buildings and tackle brownfield sites instead of wasting precious financial reserves

Topic |   Hong Kong economy
Members of the Islands District Council, which covers Lantau, meet to discuss the “Lantau Tomorrow Vision” project, in Sheung Wan on February 25, 2019. Photo: Felix Wong Members of the Islands District Council, which covers Lantau, meet to discuss the “Lantau Tomorrow Vision” project, in Sheung Wan on February 25, 2019. Photo: Felix Wong
Members of the Islands District Council, which covers Lantau, meet to discuss the “Lantau Tomorrow Vision” project, in Sheung Wan on February 25, 2019. Photo: Felix Wong
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