A housing concern group has called for the redevelopment of 14 old public estates to help alleviate the city’s shortage of living spaces. Photo: May Tse
A housing concern group has called for the redevelopment of 14 old public estates to help alleviate the city’s shortage of living spaces. Photo: May Tse

Redeveloping 14 old Hong Kong housing estates could produce 36,000 extra flats, concern group says

  • Federation of Public Housing Estates proposes redeveloping sites aged 40 to 70 years old, with many experiencing problems such as failing concrete and water leakage
  • Group chairman warns old estates require high maintenance and pose danger to residents

A housing concern group has called for the redevelopment of 14 old public estates to help alleviate the city’s shortage of living spaces. Photo: May Tse
A housing concern group has called for the redevelopment of 14 old public estates to help alleviate the city’s shortage of living spaces. Photo: May Tse
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