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
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New Towns
Building Development
Land Administration
Land Acquisition
Land Disposal
Land Management and
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Planning Studies

The Planning Department has completed a survey on the Propensity to Use Private Cars to Cross the Boundary during the year. The department also assisted the Harbourfront Enhancement Committee to complete a public engagement project called the 'Central Harbour and Me', and a drawing competition for the hoarding beautification at the Central Reclamation waterfront.

Ongoing studies by the Planning Department include Hong Kong 2030: Planning Vision and Strategy; Urban Climatic Map and Standards for Wind Environment — Feasibility Study; the Study on Planning for Pedestrians; Kai Tak Planning Review; the Area Improvement Plan for Tsim Sha Tsui; Hung Hom District Study and the associated Public Engagement Programme; the Area Improvement Plan for the Shopping Areas of Mong Kok; the Study to Examine Ways to Centralise and Disseminate Planning Data; and the Cross-boundary Travel Survey 2006.

The department also worked with other government departments on several major development proposals and studies, such as Wan Chai Development Phase II and the Study on Spa and Resort Facilities.











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