A mother holds her baby in a 100 sq ft subdivided unit in Cheung Sha Wan that they share with two other family members, on March 24. Photo: Jonathan Wong A mother holds her baby in a 100 sq ft subdivided unit in Cheung Sha Wan that they share with two other family members, on March 24. Photo: Jonathan Wong
A mother holds her baby in a 100 sq ft subdivided unit in Cheung Sha Wan that they share with two other family members, on March 24. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Letters | Tackling Hong Kong’s housing crisis must go beyond rent control for subdivided flats

  • Tenancy controls on the smallest residential spaces are a good start; the government should continue to introduce measures to control property prices and curb speculation

Topic |   Hong Kong housing
A mother holds her baby in a 100 sq ft subdivided unit in Cheung Sha Wan that they share with two other family members, on March 24. Photo: Jonathan Wong A mother holds her baby in a 100 sq ft subdivided unit in Cheung Sha Wan that they share with two other family members, on March 24. Photo: Jonathan Wong
A mother holds her baby in a 100 sq ft subdivided unit in Cheung Sha Wan that they share with two other family members, on March 24. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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