Ho Mei-ying lives with her eight-month-old son Zhang Hoi-shun and two other family members in a 100 sq ft subdivided flat in Cheung Sha Wan. Photo: Jonathan Wong Ho Mei-ying lives with her eight-month-old son Zhang Hoi-shun and two other family members in a 100 sq ft subdivided flat in Cheung Sha Wan. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Ho Mei-ying lives with her eight-month-old son Zhang Hoi-shun and two other family members in a 100 sq ft subdivided flat in Cheung Sha Wan. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Hong Kong’s subdivided flat tenants welcome task force call to keep rents under control, but are not sure how the system will work

  • Many tenants also believe rent increase of no more than 15 per cent is still too high
  • Concern group member Kenny Ng says consumer price index could be used as a reference for pegging rent rise

Topic |   Hong Kong housing
Ho Mei-ying lives with her eight-month-old son Zhang Hoi-shun and two other family members in a 100 sq ft subdivided flat in Cheung Sha Wan. Photo: Jonathan Wong Ho Mei-ying lives with her eight-month-old son Zhang Hoi-shun and two other family members in a 100 sq ft subdivided flat in Cheung Sha Wan. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Ho Mei-ying lives with her eight-month-old son Zhang Hoi-shun and two other family members in a 100 sq ft subdivided flat in Cheung Sha Wan. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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