Hengdi: If it is commercially feasible, it will support public-private cooperation
For the group’s proposed farmland held by public-private partnership developers, Hengdi said yesterday that if it is commercially viable and can increase land supply, it will support cooperation. The report also mentions the development of the Kwai Tsing Pier upper cover. Zhao Guoxiong, the executive director of the parent company’s parent company, the largest operating company in the terminal, did not respond to support yesterday and only appealed to the public for comments.
Henderson: Or co-develop a portfolio of housing estates to ease housing needs
Regarding whether or not the government will jointly develop the farmland in a public-private model, Henderson Vice Chairman Li Jiacheng yesterday referred to the three conditions, including whether it is feasible commercially, whether it is supported by all sectors, and whether it can increase the supply of land, provided the company meets the conditions. Will support cooperation. As for the urban renewal plan mentioned in the report, Hengdi said that it will continue in the future and will depend on the needs of the community. For example, cooperating with social welfare agencies to develop a housing complex to ease the short-term housing needs of grassroots citizens, reaffirming that the group will not only allow When the citizens live for two years, they do not care.
Development of Kwai Tsing Wharf Chang Chi did not respond
The group report also touched on the Kwai Tsing Container Terminals, saying that if a total relocation can release about 380 hectares of land for other uses, it also proposed that an additional platform can be built on the quay for the construction of houses. The government must bear the cost of supporting infrastructure, but it should be subject to ownership. People reach consensus. The Executive Director of the Company, Mr. Zhao Guoxiong, did not respond to the support yesterday. He said that the consultation paper concerned the welfare of more than seven million residents in Hong Kong and hoped that various sectors would express their opinions and contribute to the sustainable development of Hong Kong. Li Zeju, the then vice-chairman of the Changshi Group, was asked last month whether the terminal could reconstruct or build additional houses to build houses. It said that as long as it does not affect the operation of the terminal, the group will “consider the overall situation.”