Construction at the Hong Kong Housing Authority’s Queen's Hill House. Photo: Felix Wong Construction at the Hong Kong Housing Authority’s Queen's Hill House. Photo: Felix Wong
Construction at the Hong Kong Housing Authority’s Queen's Hill House. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong Housing Authority expects to record HK$8 billion surplus next financial year, with outlook ‘healthy’ in spite of dip

  • The predicted surplus would represent a 40 per cent decline from the current period, owing to unsold units
  • The authority’s chairman has also said more pandemic-related rental relief could be in the works

Topic |   Hong Kong housing
Construction at the Hong Kong Housing Authority’s Queen's Hill House. Photo: Felix Wong Construction at the Hong Kong Housing Authority’s Queen's Hill House. Photo: Felix Wong
Construction at the Hong Kong Housing Authority’s Queen's Hill House. Photo: Felix Wong
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