Sunday, February 1, 2015   

Govt to sell 34 residential plots
(02-27 18:08)

Secretary for development Paul Chan Mo-po said 34 residential plots have been included in the land sale program for the coming fiscal year, aiming to provide 15,500 flats. Among those, 10 plots were brought from the list last year, while 34 are newly added.
The former Lee Wai-lee site in Kowloon Tong will not be included in the coming year's program.
Chan said 4 of the 34 plots are in Hong Kong Island, 7 in Kowloon and 23 in the New Territories.
   
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