A public consultation will ask residents to consider support for relocation or building homes on platforms © 123RF
A public consultation will ask residents to consider support for relocation or building homes on platforms © 123RF

Hong Kong mulls homes on podium over port to tackle land crisis

22 November 2017

A public consultation on land supply options will ask Hong Kong residents if they would support the relocation of the Kwai Tsing container terminal to make way for housing or have homes built on platforms above the port. 

The Task Force on Land Supply, a government-appointed committee charged with selecting the best solutions for Hong Kong’s severe land shortage, said it was open-minded to both ideas.

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