Fenwick Pier is to be razed to the ground after the government terminated its lease with the Servicemen’s Guides Association. Photo: Dickson Lee Fenwick Pier is to be razed to the ground after the government terminated its lease with the Servicemen’s Guides Association. Photo: Dickson Lee
Fenwick Pier is to be razed to the ground after the government terminated its lease with the Servicemen’s Guides Association. Photo: Dickson Lee
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Fenwick Pier has reached its use-by date

  • Wan Chai is evolving and changing as should be expected with so vibrant and dynamic a part of the city; the facility was out of place in such an environment

Fenwick Pier is to be razed to the ground after the government terminated its lease with the Servicemen’s Guides Association. Photo: Dickson Lee Fenwick Pier is to be razed to the ground after the government terminated its lease with the Servicemen’s Guides Association. Photo: Dickson Lee
Fenwick Pier is to be razed to the ground after the government terminated its lease with the Servicemen’s Guides Association. Photo: Dickson Lee
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