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Draft URA Hai Tan Street/Kweilin Street and Pei Ho Street Development Scheme Plan

    The Town Planning Board today (June 1) announced the publication of the draft Urban Renewal Authority (URA) Hai Tan Street/Kweilin Street and Pei Ho Street Development Scheme Plan (DSP).

     The scheme area covers about 7,440 square metres which comprises three linked portions of land fronting Hai Tan Street and dissected by Kweilin Street. It is planned to be developed by way of a development scheme prepared under section 25 of the URA Ordinance.

     The scheme area is designated as "Comprehensive Development Area".  The development scheme intends to achieve environmental improvement through comprehensive redevelopment, promoting efficient land use and providing open space accessible to the public.  

     The proposed comprehensive redevelopment will accommodate residential, commercial and Government, institution or community uses.  A public open space of not less than 1 500 square metres at grade with direct street frontage will also be provided.  

     The URA will be required to submit a Master Layout Plan for the scheme area to the Town Planning Board for approval.

     In accordance with section 25(9) of the URA Ordinance, the draft DSP replaces the draft Cheung Sha Wan Outline Zoning Plan in relation to the area delineated and described in the draft DSP.
     The draft URA Hai Tan Street/Kweilin Street and Pei Ho Street DSP No. S/K5/URA2/1 is now available for public inspection during office hours at the Secretariat of the Town Planning Board, the Planning Enquiry Counters in North Point and Sha Tin, the Tsuen Wan and West Kowloon District Planning Office and the Sham Shui Po District Office.
     Any person can make written representations in respect of the draft DSP to the Secretary of the Town Planning Board on or before August 1. Representations made to the Town Planning Board will be available for public inspection.

     Copies of the draft DSP are available for sale at the Map Publications Centres in North Point and Yau Ma Tei.  The electronic version of the DSP can be viewed at the Town Planning Board's website at

Ends/Friday, June 1, 2007
Issued at HKT 14:50


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