Task Force on Land Supply to hold roving exhibitions and public forums
The Task Force on Land Supply will hold a series of roving exhibitions and public forums over the next few months to strengthen community awareness and collect public opinions towards land supply options.
The roving exhibitions will be held in all 18 districts across the territory. The dates and venues of the exhibitions in May and June are as follows:
|May 26 to 28||Lee Theatre Plaza, Causeway Bay|
|May 26 to 28||Sunshine City Plaza, Ma On Shan|
|May 27 to 29||Kai Tin Shopping Centre, Lam Tin|
|June 1 to 3||Marina Square West, Ap Lei Chau|
|June 1 to 3||Gourmet Place - Wonderful Worlds of Whampoa|
|June 1 to 3||T Town, Tin Shui Wai|
|June 6 to 8||Admiralty MTR Station|
|June 8 to 10||Avon Mall, Fanling|
|June 16 to 18||Tsz Wan Shan Shopping Centre|
|June 16 to 18||Sheung Tak Shopping Centre, Tseung Kwan O|
|June 22 to 24||Tai Po Mega Mall|
|June 22 to 24||8½, Tsuen Wan|
|June 27 to 29||Cheung Sha Wan Government Offices|
|June 30 to July 2||Hoi Fu Shopping Centre, Mong Kok|
The roving exhibitions will also be held in other districts from July to September and details will be announced in due course.
In addition, the Task Force on Land Supply will hold four public forums from June to August to gauge public views on land supply options. Details are as follows:
|June 16||2pm to 5pm||Leighton Hill Community Hall
(133 Wong Nai Chung Road, Happy Valley, Hong Kong)
|July 7||2pm to 5pm||Tai Po Community Centre
(2 Heung Sze Wui Street, Tai Po, New Territories)
|July 28||2pm to 5pm||Yuen Long Town East Community Hall
(9 Long Yat Road, Yuen Long, New Territories)
|August 25||2pm to 5pm||Lecture Theatre, Education Bureau Kowloon Tong Education Services Centre
(19 Suffolk Road, Kowloon Tong, Kowloon)
Enrolment arrangements and other details of the above public forums will be announced in due course.
The five-month public engagement exercise of the Task Force on Land Supply commenced on April 26 and will end on September 26. Comments on land supply options and other issues related to land supply from all sectors of society are welcome. Information on activities of the public engagement exercise has been uploaded to the dedicated website (www.landforhongkong.hk/) and will be updated from time to time.
Ends/Wednesday, May 23, 2018
Issued at HKT 18:03