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Old October 26th, 2011, 08:16 PM   #481
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Old October 29th, 2011, 02:48 PM   #482
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LDAC supports "Energizing Kowloon East" initiative
Thursday, October 27, 2011
Government Press Release

At the meeting today (October 27), the Land and Development Advisory Committee (LDAC) was briefed on the 2011-12 Policy Address and Policy Agenda initiatives concerning the Development Bureau.

The Secretary for Development, Mrs Carrie Lam, and Permanent Secretary for Development (Planning and Lands), Mr Thomas Chow, briefed members on three major policy initiatives, including "Energizing Kowloon East", increasing land supply and the mid-term review on measures to facilitate revitalisation of industrial buildings. Members noted and appreciated that the land development related initiatives in the Policy Address were responding to Hong Kong's long-term development needs and community concern.

At the meeting, members were briefed on the "Energizing Kowloon East" initiative to develop the area into a new central business district. It covers enhancing the intra-district and external connectivity of the district, e.g. improving pedestrian linkage network and considering the construction of the proposed Environmentally Friendly Linkage System; adopting attractive streetscape, green urban design and continuous promenade; and promoting diversity so as to inject vibrancy into the business district.

Members appreciated the Government's long-term strategic development plan. Members agreed that a suitable branding for Kowloon East would contribute to effective transformation of the area. Regarding the proposed Environmentally Friendly Linkage System, some members pointed out that the success of the "Energizing Kowloon East" initiative would depend on the intra-district and external connectivity of the area and expressed support to the proposed system.

Members generally agreed that the cruise terminal in Kai Tak and planned relocation of government offices to the area would bring catalytic effects and stimulate further development of the area. They also supported the establishment of a Kowloon East Development Office because it would facilitate and strengthen co-ordination of the development in Kowloon East.

In addition, members noted that the Government would adopt innovative measures to expand land resources, including releasing about 60 hectares of industrial land for non-industrial uses; exploring the option of reclamation on an appropriate scale outside Victoria Harbour; actively exploring the use of rock caverns to reprovision existing public facilities and releasing such sites for housing and other uses; looking into the use of green belt areas in the New Territories that are devegetated, deserted or formed to convert them into housing sites; examining "Government, Institution or Community" sites and exploring the possibility of converting into housing land some 150 hectares of agricultural land in North District and Yuen Long currently used mainly for industrial purpose or temporary storage.

Members generally supported the Government's effort to expand land resources. Some members pointed out that the review of "Government, Institution or Community" sites would improve the utilisation of sites without specific development plans, increase housing land supply and respond to community needs.
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Old November 12th, 2011, 06:06 PM   #483
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Kowloon East's star is rising
The Standard
Thursday, December 08, 2011

It has been more than 18 months since the government introduced the industrial buildings revitalization scheme.

But statistics show only seven wholesale conversions have been undertaken.

As there are more than 1,000 eligible industrial buildings under the scheme, the overall pace of wholesale conversions for aged industrial premises is expected to pick up.

More applications are anticipated from a much wider group of small to medium-sized vendors, who usually have relatively limited access to financial resources.

This projection assumes the government will provide more concrete incentives - including financial subsidies - after feedback from the private sector.

In terms of geographical preference, Kowloon East will continue to be the market focus, given a series of infrastructure developments.

A proposed Environmentally Friendly Linkage System, featuring a nine-kilometer elevated monorail system connecting Kai Tak commercial projects and Kowloon East, is scheduled for operation by 2023.

In addition, the overall size of the office cluster in Kowloon East will continue to expand by virtue of the government's town planning initiatives.

The first block of the Kai Tak government offices, including 11 government departments comprising a floor area of 540,000 square feet, is expected to be completed in 2014.

The other two plots of land, with developable floor area of 1.07 million square feet, will be reserved to accommodate other government offices that are currently located in Wan Chai.

These are seen as some key drivers, initiated by the government, to make Kowloon East an enlarged office hub for both the public and private sectors.

According to Colliers' research surveys last month, office rents in Kowloon East have climbed at the fastest rate among all office locations in Hong Kong.

The office rental difference between Kowloon East and Tsim Sha Tsui is expected to narrow from the current level of 30 percent to less than 10 percent over the next decade.

Joanne Lee is an assistant manager of research and advisory at Colliers International. The real estate consultancy has integrated teams of specialists to speed up success for institutional and private clients by developing solutions to give their properties a competitive business advantage.
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Old December 9th, 2011, 11:16 AM   #485
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Old December 11th, 2011, 08:49 AM   #486
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啟德建兒科中心最快2017落成
2012年03月07日(三)


Brief synopsis : A HKD 9.7 billion children's health care centre is planned in the Kai Tak redevelopment. Tendering will start in April and the centre is expected t o be completed by 2017.



【本報訊】本港醫療服務需求甚殷,多間公院擴建計劃陸續上馬。其中位於啟德新發展區用地、造價九十七億的兒童專科卓越醫療中心,四月會進行招標,最快二○一七年落成,較原定遲一年,並預期要在落成翌年年中起才可分階段投入服務。有公立醫院兒科部門主管憂慮人手未追上服務需求。

聯合醫院兒童及青少年科部門主管陳衍標憂慮,專科醫生培訓需時六年,換言之,今年起需要培訓專科醫生銜接新服務,「兒科目前有四十個空缺,即使今年七月有醫科學生填補,預計只能填補五至六成」。當局未來要做好人口及醫護人手規劃,避免出現大量「雙非港童」充斥醫療中心。

至於聯合醫院重建,興建兩幢新大樓,主要用作癌症中心、擴展專科門診、日間及復康服務,及增強急症服務,預期擴展後病床數目將增加三百張。食衞局本月為首階段準備工作的顧問服務進行招標,預期下半年向立法會財委會申請撥款。
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New grouping wins rights to Kai Tak cruise terminal
The Standard
Friday, March 09, 2012

Worldwide Cruise Terminals Consortium has been awarded the right to operate and manage the long-awaited cruise terminal at Kai Tak.

The consortium is required to pay the government a fixed rent as well as a variable rent. The fixed rent for the 10-year operation is around HK$13 million. In addition, the government will receive a percentage of the operator's gross receipts as variable rent, with the percentage increasing from 7.3percent to 34percent as gross receipts rise.

The grouping is made up of Worldwide Flight Services, Royal Caribbean Cruises and Neo Crown.

The government said Neo Crown is owned by Shun Tak Holdings, which has core businesses in property development, leasing and management, and transportation.

A spokeswoman for the Tourism Commission said it is necessary to charge a variable rent as this will guarantee the government a higher rental income if usage and operation of the cruise terminal is satisfactory.

The consortium will pay the government 7.3 percent of revenue if it is less than HK$30 million a year. Between HK$30 million and HK$60 million, the percentage will be 18 percent. The figure will rise to 23 percent of revenue between HK$60 million and HK$90 million, and then to 34 percent for sums higher than that.

Worldwide Flight Services has a 60 percent interest in the consortium, while Royal Caribbean Cruises and Neo Crown each have a 20 percent stake.

The consortium will be responsible for the berthing of vessels and managing traffic, transport, security and shops.

The government said the terminal building and first berth are likely to begin operations in the middle of next year.

Barry Nassberg, chief operating officer of Worldwide Flight Services, said yesterday the company will co-operate with the Tourism Board to encourage more cruise liners to berth in Hong Kong. It will also develop new shore excursion programs to lure overseas visitors.

Li Kui-wai, associate professor of economics and finance at City University, said the terms set by the government are quite attractive and likely to encourage the consortium to invest more in promoting Hong Kong as a cruise hub.

The Kai Tak cruise terminal, which will cost about HK$8.15 billion, is expected to bring in between HK$1.5 billion and HK$2.6 billion a year by 2023 and create 5,300 to 8,900 jobs.
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New grouping wins rights to Kai Tak cruise terminal
The Standard
Friday, March 09, 2012

Worldwide Cruise Terminals Consortium has been awarded the right to operate and manage the long-awaited cruise terminal at Kai Tak.

The consortium is required to pay the government a fixed rent as well as a variable rent. The fixed rent for the 10-year operation is around HK$13 million. In addition, the government will receive a percentage of the operator's gross receipts as variable rent, with the percentage increasing from 7.3percent to 34percent as gross receipts rise.

The grouping is made up of Worldwide Flight Services, Royal Caribbean Cruises and Neo Crown.

The government said Neo Crown is owned by Shun Tak Holdings, which has core businesses in property development, leasing and management, and transportation.

A spokeswoman for the Tourism Commission said it is necessary to charge a variable rent as this will guarantee the government a higher rental income if usage and operation of the cruise terminal is satisfactory.

The consortium will pay the government 7.3 percent of revenue if it is less than HK$30 million a year. Between HK$30 million and HK$60 million, the percentage will be 18 percent. The figure will rise to 23 percent of revenue between HK$60 million and HK$90 million, and then to 34 percent for sums higher than that.

Worldwide Flight Services has a 60 percent interest in the consortium, while Royal Caribbean Cruises and Neo Crown each have a 20 percent stake.

The consortium will be responsible for the berthing of vessels and managing traffic, transport, security and shops.

The government said the terminal building and first berth are likely to begin operations in the middle of next year.

Barry Nassberg, chief operating officer of Worldwide Flight Services, said yesterday the company will co-operate with the Tourism Board to encourage more cruise liners to berth in Hong Kong. It will also develop new shore excursion programs to lure overseas visitors.

Li Kui-wai, associate professor of economics and finance at City University, said the terms set by the government are quite attractive and likely to encourage the consortium to invest more in promoting Hong Kong as a cruise hub.

The Kai Tak cruise terminal, which will cost about HK$8.15 billion, is expected to bring in between HK$1.5 billion and HK$2.6 billion a year by 2023 and create 5,300 to 8,900 jobs.
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Anchors aweigh on cash tide
The Standard
Thursday, April 05, 2012

Lotus Tours has established a new cruise holiday brand ahead of the opening of the Kai Tak cruise terminal.

One of Hong Kong's oldest travel agencies, the company is particularly renowned for its airline ticket booking services.

Last year, founding chairman Kong Ho- pak invited publications veteran Lee Cho-jat to join the firm as vice chairman.

I bumped into Lee earlier, and he told me Lotus is also strong in organizing special tours catering to the niche interests of customers. These include MICE - meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions - tours, as well as art appreciation, pilgrimages and photographic holidays.

Lotus Tours has also been voted "best travel agency of the year" by its peers in the Asia Pacific region.

Lee told me the company earlier organized a HK$1 million customized luxury tour for a mainland couple.

The cost may seem huge, but if you fly first class, stay at five-star hotels and visit various destinations in comfort, the expenses can easily add up, he said.

One fast-growing business of Lotus Tours is private jet holidays, which are common in the West and starting to gain popularity in Asia. The travel agency will book the private jet and arrange to pick up the customers at various locations.

The cost of such a tour is a few hundred thousand dollars, which - if shared among a few people - is only a little higher than flying first class with a commercial airline.

But this mode of traveling is convenient and comfortable, hence
it is gaining favor with the well-heeled, Lee said.

Asia's burgeoning economy is creating a new affluent class and the government expects the Kai Tak cruise terminal to generate annual economic benefits of HK$2 billion.

It is small wonder that leading members of the travel industry are all gearing up to be among the early birds to capitalize on the imminent arrival of new opportunities.

Siu Sai-wo is chief editor of Sing Tao Daily
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Extension out for monorail
The Standard
Wednesday, April 11, 2012

The proposed HK$12 billion monorail system that will link Kowloon East to the future Kai Tak development area won't be extended to To Kwa Wan, Kowloon City and San Po Kong.

This emerged from a study commissioned by the Civil Engineering and Development Department to investigate the feasibility of the system and its possible extension to the three old districts.

A paper to be discussed at the Legislative Council development panel next Tuesday said the study rejected an extension because of "noise and visual implications on the residential areas, concerns about intrusion of privacy of the premises, financial burden and technical difficulties."

The extensions would incur an additional HK$4.2 billion in costs but only a 10 percent increase in ridership.

The government is seeking views from lawmakers on the monorail for the first time amid a two-stage public consultation that began in February.

The elevated monorail system will be a nine-kilometer, 12-station line linking the MTR Kowloon Bay station to the Kai Tak Development Station Square, terminating at Kwun Tong MTR station.

A two-car system was chosen as it is "aesthetically more appealing, and has comparatively slimmer viaducts/supporting structures than other rail systems." It is touted as "a unique landmark" that will enhance Hong Kong's tourism appeal. Services could operate at two-minute intervals during peak hours, with daily patronage in 2031 forecast at about 200,000 riders.

The monorail "will incur substantial costs and the financial and economic returns are not satisfactory if treated as an infrastructure," the Development Bureau said. But it will play a strategic role in developing Kowloon East as a core business district, bringing about "much non-quantifiable economic benefits."

These include facilitating inter- district activities, and generating "synergy for adjacent developments, and should have a catalytic effect on the successful transformation of Kowloon East into another attractive" business area.

If there is a public consensus, the monorail can be commissioned by 2023.

A bureau spokesman said an extension to old districts in the future, if there is commercial development potential.
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