A public school in Hong Kong’s northern Fanling district that was closed in 2004 and the site has been left vacant since then. Photo: Dickson Lee A public school in Hong Kong’s northern Fanling district that was closed in 2004 and the site has been left vacant since then. Photo: Dickson Lee
A public school in Hong Kong’s northern Fanling district that was closed in 2004 and the site has been left vacant since then. Photo: Dickson Lee

Letters | Red tape, lack of vision put Hong Kong NGOs off vacant school sites

  • The government should streamline the application process and consider incorporating NGOs’ proposals into its long-term plans for vacant school sites instead of leaving them guessing

Topic |   Hong Kong housing
A public school in Hong Kong’s northern Fanling district that was closed in 2004 and the site has been left vacant since then. Photo: Dickson Lee A public school in Hong Kong’s northern Fanling district that was closed in 2004 and the site has been left vacant since then. Photo: Dickson Lee
A public school in Hong Kong’s northern Fanling district that was closed in 2004 and the site has been left vacant since then. Photo: Dickson Lee
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