Hong Kong finance chief Paul Chan gives cash to help use idle government sites – but nothing to boost home ownership

The Hong Kong finance chief sought in his latest budget to make more efficient use of idle or underdeveloped government, institutional and community land to ease the city’s housing crisis. This includes a HK$1 billion subsidy to help NGOs use almost 900 …
( read original story …)


Related Post

Walter Kwok, Hong Kong Developer Who Survived Kidn...
views 10
HONG KONG — Walter Kwok, a Hong Kong property tyco...
Hong Kong utility CLP eyes twofold growth and IPO ...
views 9
there is an ambitious business plan where both par...
ENTREVESTOR: Adaptiiv finds major clients in Hong ...
views 9
The university in Hong Kong will use 3D Bolus in r...
Hong Kong: HANG SENG INDEX (.HSI) lingering concer...
views 16
South Korea’s Kospi gained 0.25 percent to close a...
AXA and HSBC launch new plan
views 20
AXA Hong Kong has collaborated with the Hongkong a...
World’s longest sea bridge opens between Mac...
views 22
“This is part of the ‘Greater Bay Area’ Project, w...
Will Chinese Firms Succeed in Hong Kong?
views 23
“The Hong Kong IPO market is about to see signific...
‘Eternal vigilance’ needed in Hong Kong to uphold ...
views 21
A distinguished Hong Kong judge who has ruled on s...
Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau bridge offers opportunities...
views 21
Hong Kong’s trade and logistics sectors are raring...
‘World’s longest sea bridge between Ho...
views 25
A $20-billion bridge connecting Hong Kong and Maca...