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SDEV visits Central and Western District (29/08/2017)

The Secretary for Development, Mr Michael Wong (second left), visited Central and Western District today (August 29) to inspect the progress of works for the revitalisation of the Central Police Station Compound. Picture shows Mr Wong viewing a model of the Compound and being briefed by the Executive Director of Charities and Community of the Hong Kong Jockey Club, Mr Cheung Leong (first left), on the revitalisation project and its development. Looking on are the Chairman of the Central and Western District Council, Mr Yip Wing-shing (second right), and the District Officer (Central and Western), Mrs Susanne Wong (first right).
The Secretary for Development, Mr Michael Wong (right), visited Central and Western District today (August 29) to inspect the progress of works for the revitalisation of the Central Police Station Compound. Mr Wong was briefed by a representative of the Hong Kong Jockey Club on the condition of the Married Inspectors' Quarters and the proposed recovery plan.
The Secretary for Development, Mr Michael Wong (fifth right), visited Central and Western District today (August 29) to inspect the progress of works for the revitalisation of the Central Police Station Compound. Accompanied by the Chairman of the Central and Western District Council, Mr Yip Wing-shing (sixth right), and the District Officer (Central and Western), Mrs Susanne Wong (third left), Mr Wong visited the new buildings of the revitalisation project and is pictured with representatives of the Development Bureau, Hong Kong Jockey Club and Tai Kwun in front of the building which will be used as a multi-purpose auditorium.
The Secretary for Development, Mr Michael Wong (right), visited Central and Western District today (August 29) to inspect the progress of works for the revitalisation of the Central Police Station Compound. Picture shows Mr Wong visiting a new building of the revitalisation project, which will be used as a multi-purpose auditorium, and being briefed by the Executive Director of Charities and Community of the Hong Kong Jockey Club, Mr Cheung Leong (left), on the progress of works.
The Secretary for Development, Mr Michael Wong (fifth right), visited Central and Western District today (August 29), where he met with Central and Western District Council members to listen to their views and suggestions on the work of the Government and exchange views on residents’ issues of concern.
 

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