Tiny living spaces have become increasingly common in the world’s most expensive property market. Photo: Reuters Tiny living spaces have become increasingly common in the world’s most expensive property market. Photo: Reuters
Tiny living spaces have become increasingly common in the world’s most expensive property market. Photo: Reuters

Hong Kong residents waiting years for public housing offered short-term relief

  • Government to hand out HK$8 billion to applicants who have been seeking a space for more than three years under latest policy address
  • In another key step, hotels and guest houses with low occupancy will be offered financial incentive to temporarily house residents

Topic |   Hong Kong housing
Tiny living spaces have become increasingly common in the world’s most expensive property market. Photo: Reuters Tiny living spaces have become increasingly common in the world’s most expensive property market. Photo: Reuters
Tiny living spaces have become increasingly common in the world’s most expensive property market. Photo: Reuters
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