Mong Kok is being eyed for redevelopment in the Urban Renewal Authority’s five-year business plan. Photo: Martin Chan Mong Kok is being eyed for redevelopment in the Urban Renewal Authority’s five-year business plan. Photo: Martin Chan
Mong Kok is being eyed for redevelopment in the Urban Renewal Authority’s five-year business plan. Photo: Martin Chan

Hong Kong’s Urban Renewal Authority to build 18,000 new homes in HK$100 billion drive to help first-time buyers, regenerate parts of the city

  • URA announces biggest, costliest five-year business plan in its history aimed at boosting private housing supply, redeveloping old communities
  • Public to be consulted on redeveloping Kowloon’s Yau Ma Tei and Mong Kok, home to some of the city’s most densely populated neighbourhoods

Topic |   Hong Kong housing
Mong Kok is being eyed for redevelopment in the Urban Renewal Authority’s five-year business plan. Photo: Martin Chan Mong Kok is being eyed for redevelopment in the Urban Renewal Authority’s five-year business plan. Photo: Martin Chan
Mong Kok is being eyed for redevelopment in the Urban Renewal Authority’s five-year business plan. Photo: Martin Chan
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