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Press Releases and Statements

List of Table of Press Releases and Statements
Title Date
Harbour protection policy goal reaffirmed by Government 13/11/2005
Consolidation Forum to present findings of the Envisioning Stage of Harbour-front Enhancement Review 27/10/2005
Expert panel report available on Internet 27/10/2005
Expert Panel Report affirms the need for Central-Wan Chai Bypass 26/10/2005
Speech made by the Permanent Secretary for Housing, Planning and Lands (Planning and Lands), Mrs Rita Lau, on "Creating a Sustainable Urban Living Environment, Challenges Ahead and Aspirations for the Future" at the Business Environment Council (BEC) EnviroSeries 2005 Conference: "Urban Regeneration - A Key to Hong Kong's Sustainable Future" (English only) 21/09/2005
Expert panel receives 18 submissions 01/09/2005
It's time to act on missing link 01/09/2005
Membership of expert panel forum confirmed 22/08/2005
Expert Panel Forum to discuss sustainable transport planning and Central-Wan Chai Bypass 12/08/2005
Town Planning Board rejected requests for amendments to Central and Wan Chai Plans 05/08/2005
Public invited to take part in forums and charrettes for "Harbour-front Enhancement Review - Wan Chai, Causeway Bay and Adjoining Areas" (HER) project 19/05/2005
Wan Chai Development Phase II required to meet urgent traffic needs 06/03/2005
Central reclamation extent already the minimum 25/02/2005
Translation of a speech by the Secretary for Housing, Planning and Lands, Mr Michael Suen, at the meeting of the Legislative Council Panel on Planning, Lands and Works 22/02/2005
New public engagement kit to be issued 07/02/2005
Engaging the public in Harbour-front Enhancement Review 04/02/2005
Government response on Wan Chai Development Phase II project 31/01/2005
Sustainability indicators to be worked out under public engagement exercise 25/01/2005
HEC subcommittee unveils plan on Harbour-front Enhancement Review for Wan Chai and Adjoining Areas 23/01/2005
Proposed Harbour Planning Principles agreed by HEC 13/01/2005
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