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Shoreline stabilisation works at Butterfly Beach in Tuen Mun

     The Government proposes to construct an approximately 13-metre-wide and 90-metre-long rock revetment at the eastern end of Butterfly Beach, Tuen Mun, to protect beach facilities. About 2,890 square metres of foreshore and seabed will be affected.

     The work is scheduled to commence in February 2012 and to be completed by September in the same year.

     The extent of the area affected is described in a notice published in the Government Gazette today (November 18).

     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, 23/F, North Point Government Offices, 333 Java Road, North Point. It can also be seen at 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 seabed involved may submit a written objection to the Director of Lands, 20/F, North Point Government Offices, 333 Java Road, North Point, on or before January 18, 2012.

Ends/Friday, November 18, 2011
Issued at HKT 16:10


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