The search for land sparked by the public housing crisis was always bound to turn to the 60 hectares set aside in 2000 under an agreement with the government for future expansion of Hong Kong Disneyland. Photo: May Tse The search for land sparked by the public housing crisis was always bound to turn to the 60 hectares set aside in 2000 under an agreement with the government for future expansion of Hong Kong Disneyland. Photo: May Tse
The search for land sparked by the public housing crisis was always bound to turn to the 60 hectares set aside in 2000 under an agreement with the government for future expansion of Hong Kong Disneyland. Photo: May Tse
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Keep options open on public housing sites

  • As well as looking at land set aside for expansion at loss-making Disneyland, the government should quickly capitalise on brownfield areas in an attempt to ease the housing crisis

The search for land sparked by the public housing crisis was always bound to turn to the 60 hectares set aside in 2000 under an agreement with the government for future expansion of Hong Kong Disneyland. Photo: May Tse The search for land sparked by the public housing crisis was always bound to turn to the 60 hectares set aside in 2000 under an agreement with the government for future expansion of Hong Kong Disneyland. Photo: May Tse
The search for land sparked by the public housing crisis was always bound to turn to the 60 hectares set aside in 2000 under an agreement with the government for future expansion of Hong Kong Disneyland. Photo: May Tse
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