Prefabricated housing units being unloaded by crane in Amsterdam. Could they be part of the solution in Hong Kong? Photo: Tempohousing Prefabricated housing units being unloaded by crane in Amsterdam. Could they be part of the solution in Hong Kong? Photo: Tempohousing
Prefabricated housing units being unloaded by crane in Amsterdam. Could they be part of the solution in Hong Kong? Photo: Tempohousing
John Batten III
Opinion

Opinion

Concrete Analysis by John Batten III

We need to get creative to fix Hong Kong’s housing crisis

Whether it’s by embracing prefabricated homes or converting car parks into housing, it’s time to tackle the crisis behind the city’s exorbitant property prices, writes John Batten of Arcadis

Prefabricated housing units being unloaded by crane in Amsterdam. Could they be part of the solution in Hong Kong? Photo: Tempohousing Prefabricated housing units being unloaded by crane in Amsterdam. Could they be part of the solution in Hong Kong? Photo: Tempohousing
Prefabricated housing units being unloaded by crane in Amsterdam. Could they be part of the solution in Hong Kong? Photo: Tempohousing
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John Batten III

John Batten III

John Batten III is global director of cities of Arcadis