Jump to the beginning of content

Planning and Lands Matters
(A) Town Planning

Policy

Complaints, appeals, requests and petitions 

 

 

(B) Lands: policy and procedures

Land Sale Programme

Land matter (such as land grants, land compensation and ex-gratia allowance)

Register of potentially hazardous installations

 


(C) Buildings

Ordinances and Bills 


Building Safety and Timely Maintenance 

 

 

(D) Urban Renewal

The Urban Renewal Authority Ordinance (Cap. 563)

URA Board - Membership

Policy Guidelines - Urban Renewal Strategy

Compensation Arrangements for Land Resumption

Valuation Guidelines for Properties under Resumption

Announced Development Schemes and Development Projects under the Urban Renewal Authority Ordinance (Cap. 563)

 

 

(E) Miscellaneous

Boards and committees 

Policy responsibility for ventilating systems

Exemption under the Hong Kong Airport (Control of Obstructions) Ordinance

Public reclamation and works

Departmental matters

 

 

(F) Administration and Resources Management

General office administration

Organisation and establishment

Staff and personnel matters

Estimates of expenditure (Recurrent and Capital accounts)

Papers presented by the Development Bureau to Public works Sub-committee/Establishment Sub-committee/Finance Committee

Replies to written questions by the Development Bureau in the context of the annual Special Finance Committee Meeting to examine the Budget

 

 

Works Matters
 
(A) Policy & Development

Policy and administrative support on non-technical matters relating to policy objectives and the Public Works Programme

Implementation of the recommendations of the Report of the Construction Industry Review Committee

Greening

 


(B) Heritage Conservation 

Declared monuments

Graded historic buildings in Hong Kong

Heritage conservation policy and initiatives

Conservation and adaptive re-use of historic building projects

Heritage conservation publicity programmes and newsletters

 

(C) Programme Management

Quarterly Reports on Public Works Programme

 

(D) Infrastructure Coordination

Housing-related projects

Data on all works projects supplied by Departments

Value Management

 

(E) Works Policy

Works Policy

Forms of contract

Procurement of works

Slope safety

Environmental procedures

Street excavations

Legislation relating to works

Industry review 

 

(F) Technical Services

A list of construction standards used in Hong Kong

An English-Chinese glossary of terms commonly used in Hong Kong 

 

(G) Professional Services

Consultancy policy

Contractors policy

Construction industry resources (including labour and material)

Resident site staff

Works Digest

WTO issues

Promotion of professional services

Helping business programme

Consultancy and Contract Insurance

Facilitating the communication and contact with the construction industry in other places including the Mainland 

 

(H) Computer Services

Departmental IT Plan for DEVB

Computer inventory of DEVB

Computer systems of DEVB

Orders, tenders and contracts for computer systems of DEVB 

 

(I) Safety

Construction Site Safety Policy

Construction Site Safety Manual

Construction Site Safety Handbook

Safety Initiatives 

 

(J) Education and Training 

Guidelines on the management of in-service training assistance

Vacation Training, Undergraduate Training and Graduate Training Schemes

Guidelines on the assessment of non-local professional qualification for appointment

Guides to Appointment 


(K) Finance

Financial Criteria for Retention on the List of Approved Contractors for Public Works and the List of Approved Suppliers of Materials and Specialist Contractors for Public Works

 

(L) Administration and Resources Management

General office administration

Organisation and establishment

Resources planning and management

Staff and personnel matters

Estimates of expenditure (Recurrent and Capital accounts)

Papers presented by the Development Bureau to Public works Sub-committee/Establishment Sub-committee/Finance Committee

Replies to written questions by the Development Bureau in the context of the annual Special Finance Committee Meeting to examine the Budget