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The Development Bureau (DEVB) is exploring the potential of involving the private sector in developing and managing the Hung Hom Urban Park under a partnership approach. A Market Sounding Exercise (MSE) is launched to tap into the creativity and expertise of the private sector in designing, constructing and operating the site to the benefit and in favour of its users including local residents living nearby.

This Market Sounding Exercise aims to ascertain interest of the private sector in taking part in the project and the optimal uses of the site. The Brief is now available at this link.

Interested parties shall submit their proposals on or before 21 March 2019 (Thursday). Late submission will not be processed.

Briefing Session

DEVB will organise a briefing session on the MSE in the morning of 14 February 2019 (Thursday). Interested members of the private sector are welcomed to attend. Details of the session are as follows-

Date:14 February 2019 (Thursday)
Venue:Central Government Offices, 2 Tim Mei Avenue, Tamar, Hong Kong

Interested participants may register before 8 February 2019 (Friday) by completing this form and returning to the DEVB by email or fax.

Public Views on the Potential Uses and Facilities of the Urban Park

DEVB, in parallel, welcomes views of the members of the public, especially potential users of the site including local residents, office workers, hotel visitors and weekend shoppers, etc. on the potential uses and facilities of the Urban Park. Should you have any comments or suggestions, please feel free to send them to us on or before 21 March 2019 (Thursday) through [email protected] or the online form below:

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Note: Views submitted by members of the public will be used by Government bureaux, departments or authorised organisations for purposes related to the development of the Hung Hom Urban Park. We will respect the wish of respondents to keep their views confidential in part or in whole. If the respondents request confidentiality, their submissions will not be published. If the respondents do not request confidentiality in their submissions, it will be assumed that their views can be published in their entirety. To safeguard respondents’ data privacy, we will remove respondents’ personal data, including names and email addresses etc., where provided, when publishing their submissions.

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