Hong Kong’s deputy housing chief officiated a commencement ceremony ahead of the construction of a new community service building in Kam Tin. Photo: Yeung-man
Hong Kong’s deputy housing chief officiated a commencement ceremony ahead of the construction of a new community service building in Kam Tin. Photo: Yeung-man

Transitional flats play pivotal role in easing Hong Kong’s housing crunch as city looks to secure enough land supply, official says

  • Short-term policies are necessary to alleviate the plight of underprivileged residents, Undersecretary for Housing Victor Tai says
  • Average waiting time for public rental flats is six years, double the government’s pledge of three years

Hong Kong’s deputy housing chief officiated a commencement ceremony ahead of the construction of a new community service building in Kam Tin. Photo: Yeung-man
Hong Kong’s deputy housing chief officiated a commencement ceremony ahead of the construction of a new community service building in Kam Tin. Photo: Yeung-man
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