An aerial view of the vacant plot next to Hong Kong Disneyland, which the theme park has now surrendered the right to develop. Photo: Sam Tsang An aerial view of the vacant plot next to Hong Kong Disneyland, which the theme park has now surrendered the right to develop. Photo: Sam Tsang
An aerial view of the vacant plot next to Hong Kong Disneyland, which the theme park has now surrendered the right to develop. Photo: Sam Tsang

What now for empty Disney plot? Hong Kong government ‘must work with theme park’ on use for forfeited land

  • The theme park lost its rights to develop the 60-hectare site because it couldn’t commit to a near-term expansion
  • However, under an agreement Disney struck with the government, the use of the plot is hampered by numerous restrictions

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An aerial view of the vacant plot next to Hong Kong Disneyland, which the theme park has now surrendered the right to develop. Photo: Sam Tsang An aerial view of the vacant plot next to Hong Kong Disneyland, which the theme park has now surrendered the right to develop. Photo: Sam Tsang
An aerial view of the vacant plot next to Hong Kong Disneyland, which the theme park has now surrendered the right to develop. Photo: Sam Tsang
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