The Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors is urging the Town Planning Board to quicken the pace of land-use approvals so that more homes can be built at a faster paceOne time use only. For Weekend Property. Ttung Chung Crescent apartment blocks in Lantau Island, Hong Kong. Photo: AlamyThe Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors is urging the Town Planning Board to quicken the pace of land-use approvals so that more homes can be built at a faster paceOne time use only. For Weekend Property. Ttung Chung Crescent apartment blocks in Lantau Island, Hong Kong. Photo: Alamy
The Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors is urging the Town Planning Board to quicken the pace of land-use approvals so that more homes can be built at a faster paceOne time use only. For Weekend Property. Ttung Chung Crescent apartment blocks in Lantau Island, Hong Kong. Photo: Alamy

Institute urges Hong Kong’s Town Planning Board to speed up land-use approvals process

Research conducted by the Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors concludes that the slow pace of processing town planning applications is having a negative impact on the supply of developable sites for residential purposes

The Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors is urging the Town Planning Board to quicken the pace of land-use approvals so that more homes can be built at a faster paceOne time use only. For Weekend Property. Ttung Chung Crescent apartment blocks in Lantau Island, Hong Kong. Photo: AlamyThe Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors is urging the Town Planning Board to quicken the pace of land-use approvals so that more homes can be built at a faster paceOne time use only. For Weekend Property. Ttung Chung Crescent apartment blocks in Lantau Island, Hong Kong. Photo: Alamy
The Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors is urging the Town Planning Board to quicken the pace of land-use approvals so that more homes can be built at a faster paceOne time use only. For Weekend Property. Ttung Chung Crescent apartment blocks in Lantau Island, Hong Kong. Photo: Alamy
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