Reconstruction of the construction site of the Bricking Street in Kwai Chung
Xingsheng Creation (00896) in March this year, the Central Industrial Building, 57-63 Tai Ping Ping Street, Kwai Chung, applied to the Town Planning Board to relax the plot ratio of the site to redevelop the site into a 29-storey industrial and trade building. The Town Planning Board will consider the application on Friday (5th). The Planning Department considers that the relaxation of the plot ratio is in line with the Government’s policy of revitalizing industrial buildings. The new development plan is in line with the “commercial" use of the land use planning. It is not objectionable. This means that the project will have a good chance to get a green light from the Town Planning Board.
The site area of the above-mentioned Tsing Ping Ping Street is about 243,000 square feet. The existing Central Industrial Building, which is built on the 8th floor, was completed in 1970 and is in line with the Government’s policy of revitalizing industrial buildings. According to the application created by Xingsheng, the group proposed to relax the plot ratio of the land by 9.5 times to 11.4 times to build a 29-storey industrial and trade building. The Planning Department considers that the height of the proposed property is not more than 130 metres (above the main level benchmark) and meets the requirements of the Outline Plan. The relevant government departments have not raised any objection to the traffic, so they do not object.
Maanshan subsidized housing on Friday
The Town Planning Board will also consider the latest development plan of the Housing Authority (the Housing Authority) on the subsidised sale of the Ma On Shan Road, Ma On Shan, Area 81, which will cover an area of about 1.9 hectares. The Town Planning Board approved 5.8 times last year. The plot ratio builds 5 buildings and provides 2069 subsidized housing units.
The Housing Authority and the post-inspection site design propose to widen the plot ratio to 5.83 times, increasing the number of projects by 10 (about 0.5%) to 2079. The population can accommodate about 6373 people and 30 more people. 6,403 people. The Planning Department considers that the new scheme is slightly modified and is in line with the Government’s policy of optimizing land resources in response to the community’s demand for housing. It will not cause adverse effects such as noise and landscape and will not object.