A wall and part of the roof of the former Married Inspectors’ Quarters collapsed in May. Photo: Felix Wong A wall and part of the roof of the former Married Inspectors’ Quarters collapsed in May. Photo: Felix Wong
A wall and part of the roof of the former Married Inspectors’ Quarters collapsed in May. Photo: Felix Wong

Collapsed building at 150-year-old former Central Police Station will ‘inevitably’ lose heritage value with restoration project, Jockey Club says

Partial reopening of historic compound likely to be delayed to middle of next year due to recovery and stabilisation work on former Married Inspectors’ Quarters, which came crashing down in May

Topic |   Living heritage of Hong Kong
A wall and part of the roof of the former Married Inspectors’ Quarters collapsed in May. Photo: Felix Wong A wall and part of the roof of the former Married Inspectors’ Quarters collapsed in May. Photo: Felix Wong
A wall and part of the roof of the former Married Inspectors’ Quarters collapsed in May. Photo: Felix Wong
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