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Task Force for the Study on Tenancy Control of Subdivided Units set up
     The Government today (April 16) appointed 13 members to the Task Force for the Study on Tenancy Control of Subdivided Units for a term of 18 months till October 2021.
     The Government attaches great importance to supporting the underprivileged. The setting up of the Task Force was announced by the Chief Executive on January 14 as one of the 10 new livelihood initiatives to enhance the support for grassroots and underprivileged people.
     Dr William Leung Wing-cheung will serve as Chairman of the Task Force. The Secretary for Transport and Housing,  Mr Frank Chan Fan, said, "Dr Leung has a distinguished record of community service as well as a wealth of experience in leading statutory and advisory bodies. I am confident that the Task Force will come up with holistic and objective recommendations under his able leadership."
     The Task Force, comprising members from various sectors of the community, is going to study the feasibility and options for tenancy control of subdivided units. The first meeting will tentatively be held in late April.
     The membership of the Task Force is as follows:
Dr William Leung Wing-cheung
Mr Thomas Chan Kwok-cheung
Mr Anthony Chiu Kwok-wai
Professor Fung Kwok-kin
Mr Vincent Ho Kui-yip
Professor Eddie Hui Chi-man
Professor Joe Leung Cho-bun
Professor Lui Tai-lok
Ms Melissa Kaye Pang
Mr Shea Hing-wan
Professor Kevin Tsui Ka-kin
Mr Stephen Wong Yuen-shan
Professor Yip Ngai-ming
In attendance
Under Secretary for Transport and Housing
Under Secretary for Development or his/her representative
Under-Secretary for the Environment or his/her representative
Commissioner of Rating and Valuation or his/her representative
Government Economist or his/her representative
Ends/Thursday, April 16, 2020
Issued at HKT 16:00
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