Hong Kong 2006
Chapter 12:
Land, Public Works and Utilities
Planning for Hong Kong
Land Supply
Building Safety and
Organisational Framework
The Town Planning
Hong Kong Planning
Standards and Guidelines
Territorial Development Strategy
Sub-regional Development Strategies
District Planning
Urban Renewal
Planning Studies
Urban Development Areas
New Towns
Building Development
Land Administration
Land Acquisition
Land Disposal
Land Management and
Lease Enforcement
Government Conveyancing
Survey and Mapping
Land Registration
Land Registry Business Volume in 2006
Drainage Services
Civil Engineering
Water Supplies
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Land Supply

On land supply, our policy objective is to provide sufficient land to meet the development needs of the community. In 2006, the Housing, Planning and Lands Bureau (HPLB) continued to arrange the sale of government land through the Application List system. In drawing up the list, the bureau made available, for application by developers, sites located in various districts, for different uses and of different sizes to meet the market needs. The bureau also coordinated the timetable for the disposal of railway property developments to ensure there would not be any adverse impact on the property market.















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