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(Not open to the public with effect from 1 July 2015)

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(New applications processed by URA with effect from 1 July 2015)

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1st Round

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Reference List of Authorized Persons and Registered General Building Contractors for Renovation Works of Private Buildings

Video

Case Reference under Hong Kong Housing Society

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Urban Improvement Scheme

Graphic Decoration of Property Development

Many of the properties in the urban areas were built during the 1930s and 40s and were deteriorating fast. To improve the quality of living in the dilapidated areas, the Housing Society launched its first Urban Improvement Scheme in 1974 at Mei Sun Lau in Kennedy Town with a start-up loan from Government. Over the years, we have completed some 30 projects of varying scales providing over 5,000 flats.

As far as the Urban Improvement Scheme is concerned, the Housing Society paid full market values of land premium to Government and acquired the properties at market prices for redevelopment. The Housing Society was also required to re-house eligible residents affected by the redevelopment.

Completed units after redevelopment can be offered for sale on the open market without any application eligibility or resale restrictions.

The projects under the Urban Improvement Scheme currently managed by the Housing Society are June Garden, Dragon Centre, Prosperous Garden, Prosperity Court and Jubilant Place .

Last Updated: Mar 2017


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