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STH visits Anderson Road construction sites and Sau Mau Ping South Estate (with photos)

     The Secretary for Transport and Housing, Professor Anthony Cheung Bing-leung, visited the Anderson Road construction sites and Sau Mau Ping South Estate this afternoon (April 24).

     The Anderson Road construction sites comprise two estates, namely On Tai Estate and On Tat Estate, which will provide a total of about 17 900 public rental housing units to accommodate around 48 500 residents.

     Comprising 11 domestic blocks ranging from 27 to 33 storeys, On Tai Estate is anticipated to complete in stages from December 2016 to May 2017. The facilities within the estate will include a bus terminus and green mini bus terminus, restaurants, a supermarket, a wet market, two kindergartens and a carpark.

     On Tat Estate, comprising 11 domestic blocks ranging from 29 to 42 storeys, will be completed by phases from August 2015 to September 2016. There will be a two-storey commercial centre, a neighbourhood elderly centre, an integrated children and youth services centre and two kindergartens.

     There will also be district open space to accommodate a 7-a-side soccer pitch, a children's play area, fitness stations and an ancillary facilities block accommodating social welfare facilities.

     Before touring the sites, Professor Cheung visited Sau Mau Ping South Estate, where he went to the plant nursery and chatted with a family.

Ends/Friday, April 24, 2015
Issued at HKT 19:50


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