The Liantang Port/Heung Yuen Wai Boundary Control Point opened in August 2020. Plans to build a science park and industrial estates nearby would provide opportunities for companies looking to export “made in Hong Kong” goods to mainland China. Photo: SCMP The Liantang Port/Heung Yuen Wai Boundary Control Point opened in August 2020. Plans to build a science park and industrial estates nearby would provide opportunities for companies looking to export “made in Hong Kong” goods to mainland China. Photo: SCMP
The Liantang Port/Heung Yuen Wai Boundary Control Point opened in August 2020. Plans to build a science park and industrial estates nearby would provide opportunities for companies looking to export “made in Hong Kong” goods to mainland China. Photo: SCMP
Urban planning

Letters | How potential of Hong Kong’s New Territories North can be unleashed to foster trade, tourism and job creation

  • A holistic strategy is needed in place of the piecemeal planning and development proposals now on the table to minimise red tape and maximise effectiveness
  • To promote urban tourism, a dedicated department should be set up to remove regulatory bottlenecks and enhance facilities

Topic |   Urban planning
The Liantang Port/Heung Yuen Wai Boundary Control Point opened in August 2020. Plans to build a science park and industrial estates nearby would provide opportunities for companies looking to export “made in Hong Kong” goods to mainland China. Photo: SCMP The Liantang Port/Heung Yuen Wai Boundary Control Point opened in August 2020. Plans to build a science park and industrial estates nearby would provide opportunities for companies looking to export “made in Hong Kong” goods to mainland China. Photo: SCMP
The Liantang Port/Heung Yuen Wai Boundary Control Point opened in August 2020. Plans to build a science park and industrial estates nearby would provide opportunities for companies looking to export “made in Hong Kong” goods to mainland China. Photo: SCMP
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