Friday, October 24, 2014   

Town planner approves to change land use in Sai Kung
(03-08 17:26)

The Town Planning Board has approved the change to residental use of two sites in Sai Kung. The government had already added the plots to its upcoming land sale programme.
They will provide a total of 380 homes. A community farm project planned for one of the sites will be relocated. The other had been allocated for a primary school, but the Education Bureau says it's no longer needed, RTHK reports.
   
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