Secretary for Development Michael Wong has hinted that a scheme to develop farmland in the city may be delayed. Photo: Tory Ho

Hong Kong protests hit other areas of city life as government hints at land supply delay, sparking fears of rise in house prices

  • Secretary for Development Michael Wong said issue has been put on back burner as atmosphere in city is ‘quite tense’
  • Plan would see government partner with developers to build on city’s large tracts of farmland
Topic |   Hong Kong housing

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Secretary for Development Michael Wong has hinted that a scheme to develop farmland in the city may be delayed. Photo: Tory Ho
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The development will create all-weather walkways, community facilities, shops, restaurants and car parks under the park. Photo: Shutterstock.

Kowloon Park underground zone ‘should boost local brands’ say Hong Kong legislators

  • Lawmakers back plan for a 538,000 sq ft, three-storey space under Tsim Sha Tsui site
  • But they say the plan can be improved, and it should link to the nearby cultural district
Topic |   Urban planning

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The development will create all-weather walkways, community facilities, shops, restaurants and car parks under the park. Photo: Shutterstock.
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