Wheelock Properties chairman Stewart Leung, left, and managing director Ricky Wong overlooking a site in Tai Po, one of three plots it will loan to NGOs for the use of temporary housing. Photo: SCMP PicturesWheelock Properties chairman Stewart Leung, left, and managing director Ricky Wong overlooking a site in Tai Po, one of three plots it will loan to NGOs for the use of temporary housing. Photo: SCMP Pictures
Wheelock Properties chairman Stewart Leung, left, and managing director Ricky Wong overlooking a site in Tai Po, one of three plots it will loan to NGOs for the use of temporary housing. Photo: SCMP Pictures

Wheelock to loan three plots of land at HK$1 each to NGOs for 2,000 ‘transitional’ homes to ease housing crisis

  • The developer offers to lease 500,000 sq ft of land to the Hong Kong Council of Social Service and Lok Sin Tong charity for token sum
  • The sites could provide temporary homes for families on the waiting list for public housing as developer denies any pressure from outsiders
Topic |   Hong Kong property
Wheelock Properties chairman Stewart Leung, left, and managing director Ricky Wong overlooking a site in Tai Po, one of three plots it will loan to NGOs for the use of temporary housing. Photo: SCMP PicturesWheelock Properties chairman Stewart Leung, left, and managing director Ricky Wong overlooking a site in Tai Po, one of three plots it will loan to NGOs for the use of temporary housing. Photo: SCMP Pictures
Wheelock Properties chairman Stewart Leung, left, and managing director Ricky Wong overlooking a site in Tai Po, one of three plots it will loan to NGOs for the use of temporary housing. Photo: SCMP Pictures
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