Hong Kong 2006
Chapter 12:
Land, Public Works and Utilities
Planning for Hong Kong
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Territorial Development Strategy

The Territorial Development Strategy is the blueprint for the future development of Hong Kong. It provides a broad planning framework for land use, transport and the environment across the entire territory. It also serves as a basis for the preparation of sub-regional plans and the more detailed district plans.

The latest review is being carried out under the 'Hong Kong 2030: Planning Vision and Strategy' study, which assesses Hong Kong's future development needs over a longer period and from a wider regional perspective. The study comprises four stages with extensive public consultation. It started at the end of 2000 and is now in its final stage, which involves drawing up a long-term development strategy and formulating response plans for 'what if' scenarios.















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