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Slurry pipe protection needed at Lung Kwu Tan

     The Government intends to allow Castle Peak Power Company Limited (CAPCO) to lay armour rocks within an area of about 0.988 hectares of foreshore and sea-bed at Lung Kwu Tan, Tuen Mun, for the protection of  CAPCO's slurry pipe tray structure.

     The proposed site lies along the southern end of the coast of Lung Kwu Tan and to the north of Castle Peak Power Station.  The works include laying of approximately 330 metres in length of rock armour structure about 30 metres from the high water mark towards the sea.

     The work is scheduled to commence in the second quarter of 2011 and to be completed by the third quarter.

     The extent of the area affected is described in a notice published in the Government Gazette today (April 8).

     The notice together with its related plan are posted on notice boards near the site.  The plan can be seen and purchased on order at the Survey and Mapping Office of the Lands Department, 23rd Floor, North Point Government Offices, 333 Java Road, North Point.  It can also be seen at the Public Enquiry Service Centre of Tuen Mun District Office and on the Lands Department's website ( under Government Notices.

     Any person who considers that he has an interest, right or easement in or over the foreshore and sea-bed involved may submit a written objection to the Director of Lands, 20th Floor, North Point Government Offices, 333 Java Road,  North  Point on or before June 8.

Ends/Friday, April 8, 2011
Issued at HKT 15:46


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