Two of the seven blocks of The Pavilia Farm residential project will be demolished and reconstructed after defects were uncovered. Photo: May Tse Two of the seven blocks of The Pavilia Farm residential project will be demolished and reconstructed after defects were uncovered. Photo: May Tse
Two of the seven blocks of The Pavilia Farm residential project will be demolished and reconstructed after defects were uncovered. Photo: May Tse
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Safety comes first as high-rise building work in Hong Kong hits new low

  • Answers needed after developer announces it will tear down two blocks of flats being built at popular Hong Kong project owing to construction defects

Two of the seven blocks of The Pavilia Farm residential project will be demolished and reconstructed after defects were uncovered. Photo: May Tse Two of the seven blocks of The Pavilia Farm residential project will be demolished and reconstructed after defects were uncovered. Photo: May Tse
Two of the seven blocks of The Pavilia Farm residential project will be demolished and reconstructed after defects were uncovered. Photo: May Tse
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