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Head of EKEO
(3904 1728)
  • To advocate the conceptual master plan of Kwun Tong and Kowloon Bay and explore options for strategic refinement of the Outline Zoning Plan of Kai Tak Development

  • To explore different modes of expediting the development of Kowloon East

  • To manage the Energizing Kowloon East Office to ensure its efficient operation and formulate the long-term institutional set-up

  • To spearhead the coordination of inter-bureau and inter-departmental efforts on land development proposals from the private sector including review of land development procedures, and the provision of preliminary assessments on the merits or otherwise of individual proposals in consultation with the relevant bureaux and departments

  • To assume the central coordination and monitoring role in the project management, design direction and coordination related to infrastructural development in Kowloon Bay and Kwun Tong as well as in the strategic issues pertaining to Kai Tak Development

  • To champion a comprehensive and coherent public relations and public engagement strategy for new initiatives and projects, and coordinate responses to demands and aspirations from the stakeholders and the public
Deputy Head of EKEO
(3904 1618)
  • To oversee tasks related to planning studies, community engagement and preparation of the conceptual master plan for Kowloon Bay and Kwun Tong, and assist in exploring options for strategic refinement of the Outline Zoning Plan of Kai Tak Developments

  • To assist in exploring different modes of expediting the development of Kowloon East (KE)

  • To assist in formulating the long-term institutional set-up of Energizing Kowloon East Office

  • To conduct research and feasibility studies and provide professional advice to land development proposals in KE from the private sector. Coordinate and liaise with various bureaux and departments on processing individual land development proposals

  • To assist in the coordination and monitoring of the infrastructural development in Kwun Tong and Kowloon Bay as well as the strategic issues pertaining to Kai Tak Development

  • To advise on the feasibility, budgeting, programming, public reception and priority considerations, design and implementation of public infrastructure and area improvement works in Kwun Tong and Kowloon Bay that are directly related to the urban regeneration of KE, and assist in drawing up consultation strategy for engaging stakeholders

  • To steer the work of the multi-disciplinary support team comprising town planner, architect, landscape architect, engineer, estate surveyor and solicitor