Friends of Hoi Ha and other environmental activists march from Tai Tan in Sai Kung to Hoi Ha Wan to express their anger over the government's decision to allow housing development in the lands near Hoi Ha Marine Park. Photo: Nora Tam Friends of Hoi Ha and other environmental activists march from Tai Tan in Sai Kung to Hoi Ha Wan to express their anger over the government's decision to allow housing development in the lands near Hoi Ha Marine Park. Photo: Nora Tam
Friends of Hoi Ha and other environmental activists march from Tai Tan in Sai Kung to Hoi Ha Wan to express their anger over the government's decision to allow housing development in the lands near Hoi Ha Marine Park. Photo: Nora Tam

Officials change tack in country park plans to avoid further disputes

Only government-owned enclaves targeted this time, in apparent bid to avoid more disputes

Friends of Hoi Ha and other environmental activists march from Tai Tan in Sai Kung to Hoi Ha Wan to express their anger over the government's decision to allow housing development in the lands near Hoi Ha Marine Park. Photo: Nora Tam Friends of Hoi Ha and other environmental activists march from Tai Tan in Sai Kung to Hoi Ha Wan to express their anger over the government's decision to allow housing development in the lands near Hoi Ha Marine Park. Photo: Nora Tam
Friends of Hoi Ha and other environmental activists march from Tai Tan in Sai Kung to Hoi Ha Wan to express their anger over the government's decision to allow housing development in the lands near Hoi Ha Marine Park. Photo: Nora Tam
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