Task Force on Land Supply to hold fourth public forum

The Task Force on Land Supply will hold its fourth and last public forum (Kowloon) to gauge public views on land supply options. Details and enrolment arrangements of the public forum are as follows:

Date: August 25 (Saturday)
Time: 2pm to 5pm
Venue: Lecture Theatre, 4/F, West Block, Education Bureau Kowloon Tong Education Services Centre
            (19 Suffolk Road, Kowloon Tong, Kowloon)

The forum will be conducted in Cantonese. Simultaneous interpretation in English will be available. Interested members of the public may register from tomorrow (August 13) at 9am by using the following methods:

(i) Online: www.landforhongkong.hk/en/participation/engage_act.php;

(ii) Email/fax: Download the registration form from the above website for return via email (pflandforhongkong.hk@a-world.com.hk) or fax (2865 2559); or

(iii) Telephone: 2114 4972 (9am to 5pm).

Registration will close on August 17 (Friday) at 5pm. In view of the limited seating capacity at the venue, only one seat can be reserved for each registration, and requests will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis.

The dates and venues of the roving exhibitions to be held by the Task Force from September 7 to 26 are as follows. The exhibition period is 11am to 8pm.





September 7 to 9

Kowloon Park, Tsim Sha Tsui

September 7 to 9

Yat Tung Shopping Centre, Tung Chung

September 13 to 15

Stanley Plaza
(Exhibition period is 10am to 7pm)

September 14 to 16

Fu Shin Shopping Centre, Tai Po

September 21 to 23

Dragon Centre, Sham Shui Po

September 22 to 24

Fitfort, North Point

September 23 to 25

Yuen Long Jockey Club Town Square
(Exhibition period is 10am to 7pm)

September 24 to 26

MTR Mong Kok East Station

For enquiries, please contact the Public Engagement Director for the Task Force by telephone at 2114 4972 (9am to 5pm from Monday to Friday (except public holidays)) or email (pflandforhongkong.hk@a-world.com.hk).

The five-month public engagement exercise of the Task Force on Land Supply will end on September 26. Comments on land supply options and other issues related to land supply from all sectors of society are welcome. For more information on activities of the public engagement exercise, please visit the dedicated website (http://www.landforhongkong.hk/).

Ends/Sunday, August 12, 2018
Issued at HKT 16:00