Two local groups are calling on the government to develop degraded brownfield sites for housing before resorting to land reclamation. Photo: Edward Wong Two local groups are calling on the government to develop degraded brownfield sites for housing before resorting to land reclamation. Photo: Edward Wong
Two local groups are calling on the government to develop degraded brownfield sites for housing before resorting to land reclamation. Photo: Edward Wong

Hong Kong housing: NGOs find enough previously unidentified brownfield sites to build 95,000 homes

  • The report by the NGOs Greenpeace East Asia and Liber Research Community turned up 379 more hectares of brownfield sites than a previous government study
  • The groups are calling on the government to take full advantage of the degraded land for developing housing before considering other alternatives like reclamation

Topic |   Hong Kong housing
Two local groups are calling on the government to develop degraded brownfield sites for housing before resorting to land reclamation. Photo: Edward Wong Two local groups are calling on the government to develop degraded brownfield sites for housing before resorting to land reclamation. Photo: Edward Wong
Two local groups are calling on the government to develop degraded brownfield sites for housing before resorting to land reclamation. Photo: Edward Wong
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