Yue Kwong Chuen in Aberdeen, one of the oldest public housing estates in the city, is about to be redeveloped. Photo: Nora Tam Yue Kwong Chuen in Aberdeen, one of the oldest public housing estates in the city, is about to be redeveloped. Photo: Nora Tam
Yue Kwong Chuen in Aberdeen, one of the oldest public housing estates in the city, is about to be redeveloped. Photo: Nora Tam
Ryan Ip
Opinion

Opinion

Ryan Ip and Iris Poon

Hong Kong must cut the red tape and start churning out public housing to tackle the acute shortage of homes

  • At the crux of delays is a lack of transparency. An official one-stop platform disclosing the progress of each public housing project would allow government bureaus to be held accountable, and development timelines to be better respected

Yue Kwong Chuen in Aberdeen, one of the oldest public housing estates in the city, is about to be redeveloped. Photo: Nora Tam Yue Kwong Chuen in Aberdeen, one of the oldest public housing estates in the city, is about to be redeveloped. Photo: Nora Tam
Yue Kwong Chuen in Aberdeen, one of the oldest public housing estates in the city, is about to be redeveloped. Photo: Nora Tam
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