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designing hong kong



This house believes that

the current system of securing
public open space and public passage
within and over private property
is a failure.

Hong Kong lacks open space in the urban areas which can be enjoyed by the public and traffic demands have outgrown our narrow streets.
Government's solution has been to meet these needs through agreements with landowners which permit the public use of parts of their property.
Problems arising from these agreements have been in the news recently.
Has Government's solution failed or is it the best system in the circumstances?
Come and hear this issue debated.


Paul Zimmerman
Co-founder of 'Designing Hong Kong', Member of the Civic Party


Ian Brownlee
Planning Consultant
Formerly Worked within Government
on Approval of Schemes of Public Open Spaces

Monday 26 May 2008

6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Civic Party Headquarters

Unit B, 16/F Wing Hang Finance Centre

60 Gloucester Road, Wanchai

This is an English language event. Admission is free, but space is limited, so please register the names and email of those attending with Charles Tsang, on [email protected] or by calling him on 2866 2678.

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