As announced in the 2020 Policy Address, the Government will implement the Invigorating Island South initiative to develop the Southern District into a place full of vibrancy, vigour and velocity for people to work, live, explore new ideas and have fun. The multi-disciplinary Invigorating Island South Office (IISO), set up under the Development Bureau in February 2021, will engage and collaborate with stakeholders, and co-ordinate and implement the following key projects under the initiative:
IISO will also join hands with relevant government bureaux/departments on other key projects under the initiative including the rebirth of Ocean Park and revitalisation of Jumbo Floating Restaurant, and exploring new marine tourism routes and the development of a water sports centre at the rehabilitated Shek O Quarry site.
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Invigorating Island South Conceptual Master Plan (CMP) 1.0
Wong Chuk Hang, Aberdeen and Ap Lei Chau Areas
Taking cognizance of the key projects contemplated in the Policy Address, we have formulated a CMP covering the Wong Chuk Hang, Aberdeen and Ap Lei Chau areas – the IIS focus areas. The CMP is an evolving document which will be updated from time to time, after studying various opportunities and constraints, co-ordination within the Government, and following dialogues with the community.
The following IIS broad strategies are adopted in the CMP –
Please click on the image below for details of the CMP.
Design Competition on Green Link in Wong Chuk Hang
Call for Entries
This Design Competition aims at gathering innovative design ideas for creating a Green Link from MTR Wong Chuk Hang Station to Aberdeen Country Park through a series of attractive sitting-out areas and pedestrian facilities. Online registration until 22 October 2021. For more details, please visit the following website and view the poster here: