Lee Hang House at Shun Lee Estate in Cha Liu Au, which has a number of idle spaces that can be converted into housing units, according to the Ombudsman. Photo: Dickson Lee

Hundreds of idle spaces can be converted for use as public housing, says Hong Kong Ombudsman

Ombudsman Connie Lau Yin-hing has, in a new report, identified several hundred idle spaces across the city’s public housing estates which she says can be turned into badly needed housing

Topic |   Hong Kong housing

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Lee Hang House at Shun Lee Estate in Cha Liu Au, which has a number of idle spaces that can be converted into housing units, according to the Ombudsman. Photo: Dickson Lee
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