Community views and aspirations on possible future land uses for the Lok Ma Chau Loop: a public engagement exercise
The Public Engagement Exercise, funded by the Development Bureau, commenced on 10 June and concluded on 12 July 2008. The Exercise aimed at providing a platform for the stakeholders, experts and members of the public of Hong Kong to express their views and aspirations on the possible future land uses for the Lok Ma Chau Loop (the Loop), with a view to providing input for a comprehensive study to be undertaken at a later stage. A total of four Focus Group Discussion sessions1, one Public Forum and a briefing were held during the afore-mentioned period. Simultaneously, a similar exercise was organized by counterpart parties in Shenzhen.
A final report was prepared by the Public Policy Research Institute of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University and Dudley Surveyors Ltd, appointed by the Planning Department, capturing the views received from the Focus Group Discussion sessions, Public Forum and briefing session as well as the Written Representations from the general public. The following summary is intended to provide an overview of the Exercise...
Yuen, P.,& Lee, N. (2008). Community views and aspirations on possible future land uses for the Lok Ma Chau Loop: a public engagement exercise. Retrieved from http://repository.vtc.edu.hk/thei-fac-sci-tech-sp/319