According to the “Recovery of Lands Ordinance", the Government has received 784 private lots covering a total area of about 68 hectares
The Government will provide a total of about 71,800 houses after the completion of the Kwu Tung North and Fanling North New Development Areas. unit. Among them, the first phase of the project will provide about 21,000 housing units, of which 18,000 are public housing units. It is expected that the first batch of private housing and public housing tenants will be admitted in 2023/24 and 2026/27 respectively.
The Government has posted a notice to implement the development plan in the Kwu Tung North and Fanling North New Development Areas under the Land Acquisition (Management) Ordinance
The government will recover 784 private plots and land occupied by 9 graves (about 752.8 square meters). The above land will be returned to the government three months after the announcement of the land resumption announcement (ie December 27, 2019). The government will provide preferential land compensation to the relevant landowners.
In the first phase of the Kwu Tung North and Fanling North New Development Areas, the land resumption will be posted on the land to be recovered to implement the development plan of the area. The development plan includes the early stage of the new development area and the first phase of site formation for new town development, Fanling Bypass and related infrastructure projects.
The first phase of the unit was incorporated in 2023-24
The eligible households affected by the first phase of the project have successively been assigned to the Housing Authority by the Housing Authority in mid-July, and have begun to apply for admission. The eligible tenants who have applied for the existing estate rental units under the Housing Society (HKHS) have also been allocated and admitted to the Housing Society. In addition, although there is no specific timetable for the remaining phases of the new development zone (it is believed that the time of relocation will be in 2023 or later), it is subject to the remaining phases of the project and has submitted the eligibility for “voluntary early removal and return of squatter structures" Residents have also received notices of allocation from the Housing Authority since late August. The Government will continue to maintain close communication with relevant landowners and affected tenants and business operators to properly handle their compensation and resettlement matters.
The spokesman said yesterday that for the affected households and business operators within the scope of the project, the above-mentioned return date is not a deadline for each household and business operator to move out. Affected households should pay attention to the time limit for removal as indicated in the letter sent by the Lands Department to each household on or after July 31, 2019 (from the first half of 2020 to the second half of 2022); and the Lands Department In October, we will continue to write to affected business operators to establish their removal deadlines (from the first half of 2020 to the first half of 2023). The Lands Department will post notices in the relevant scope in accordance with the applicable procedures for each household and business operator within 3 months before the deadline for removal.