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CitySpeak: Government Hill – For sale or not for sale?
乙城話:中環政府山: 賣山求榮還是賣山求辱?

Saturday, 4 December 2010, 10am - 12:30
English language
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Join CitySpeak to discuss the future of Government Hill.

Government Hill, where the current Central Government Offices are, is a heritage site: It has been the seat of the government ever since the earliest days of our city.

The Administration has announced plans to sell the west half of the site to a developer for an office and retail complex after relocation of CGO to Tamar at the end of 2011. It cites the need for more office supply in Central and the land premiums it can earn to finance new infrastructure.

Others object to the demolition of West Wing and the excavation of the hill for the unnecessary waste or are concerned over traffic, conservation and public space issues. What is in the long-term interest of Hong Kong’s community?



Mr. Albert Lai, Chairman of The Professional Commons


Ken Borthwick, conservation architect/ 保育建築師
Annelise Connell , Save Our Shorelines
Simon Chu, Former Director of Government Archives
前政府檔案處處長, 朱福強
Winston Chu, Advisor of the Society for the Protection of the Harbour
保護海港協會顧問, 徐嘉慎
Rachel Cartland, Fellow of Community Development Initiative/社區發展動力培育理事
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