The URA announced today (24th) the launch of two redevelopment projects in Sham Shui Po District. The sites selected are "Kem Shan Lane/Fuk Wah Street" and "Cheong Wah Street/Cheung Sha Wan Road" in Cheung Sha Wan. The two projects involve a total of 720 residential buildings. The number of units is expected to increase to 1,838 units after reconstruction, and it is estimated that they will be completed one after another as early as 2028.
Among them, the Jianshanli project has a total of 90 street numbers of buildings. The buildings are generally in disrepair. There are also many subdivided housing units. It is estimated that 2,100 households and 120 ground shops will be affected.
The URA also pointed out that the plot ratio of the district is only 9%. The high acquisition and development costs involved in the redevelopment of Kenshin Lane alone will make the project less than adequate. Therefore, it decided to adopt a planning-led urban renewal strategy to implement the whole district. Renew and facilitate the reconstruction of the building complex in Ken Shan Lane, including the Crown Land.
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The URA announced the start of two Cheung Sha Wan redevelopment projects this morning. One of them is the SSP-017 "Ken Shan Lane/Fuk Wah Street" project with a site area of 7,377 square meters. There are a total of 90 street numbers in the project. In 1959, the building was 9 storeys high, and the building was in general disrepair. There were also many sub-divided units, which were estimated to involve 2,100 households and 120 ground shops.
The other project is SSP-018 "Chang Wah Street / Cheung Sha Wan Road", which will be implemented in the form of a development plan.
The project has a site area of approximately 19,054 square meters, including the government temporary project warehouse land located in Changsha Wandao. The site area is 13,857 square meters. Cheung Sha Wan Stadium on a site.
The two sites can provide a total of more than 38,000 square meters of land for government, institutional or community facilities, which is 33 times the current amount.
The URA announced today (24th) the launch of two redevelopment projects in Sham Shui Po District. The sites selected are "Kem Shan Lane/Fuk Wah Street" and "Cheong Wah Street/Cheung Sha Wan Road".
URA General Manager (Planning and Design) Guan Yihui said that in Sham Shui Po, buildings such as Jian Shan Lane are aging and in disrepair, inadequate digestive safety facilities, unauthorized structures on the roof, and a large number of sub-district houses.
However, he mentioned that the plot ratio of the area is only 8.12, and now only 9% is left, or 0.88. The single consideration of reconstruction and development of Jianshan Lane involves high acquisition and development costs, which will make the project less than adequate.
Therefore, the URA carried out a regional planning study in Sham Shui Po, using a planning-led urban renewal strategy to carry out overall renewal of the entire district and promote the redevelopment of the building complex in Ken Shan Lane.
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