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Urban Renewal Project

Graphic Decoration of Property Development

The Housing Society and the Urban Renewal Authority (URA) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on 12 December 2002 to enter into a long-term strategic partnership for the implementation of urban renewal projects.

Under the MOU, the Housing Society initially took up five projects clustered in Sham Shui Po and two in Shau Kei Wan in line with the policies of the URA. Subsequently, the industrial project in Shau Kei Wan was returned to URA.

While URA retains the statutory responsibilities for urban renewal under the URA Ordinance, the Housing Society will undertake the acquisition of properties required for the project, rehousing of tenants affected and the subsequent construction and the disposal of the new buildings at the site. It will also be responsible for all costs involved as well as the financial outcome of the projects.

Among other things, the Housing Society will follow the URA's existing practice of providing professional service with social service teams to take care of the needs of the aged residents and others who may be in need of special care and help as a result of the implementation of a project.

The projects under the Urban Renewal Project currently managed by the Housing Society are Harmony Place, Heya Delight, Heya Star, Heya Crystal and Heya Aqua.

Last Updated: Apr 2017

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