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Hai Tan Street / Kweilin Street & Pei Ho Street Development Scheme (SSP/1/003-005)

Location
Hai Tan Street / Kweilin Street & Pei Ho Street, Sham Shui Po
Area
7,507 square metres
Affected buildings
37
Affected population
1,589
Affected property interests
389
Affected households
About 737
Aerial view of Site A&B
Aerial view of Site A&B
Aerial view of Site C
Aerial view of Site C
Aerial view of Site C
Aerial view of Site C
Existing buildings of Site A
Existing buildings of Site A
Existing buildings of Site C
Existing buildings of Site C
Existing buildings of Site C
Existing buildings of Site C
Existing buildings of Site C
Existing buildings of Site C
Rear part of buildings at Site C
Rear part of buildings at Site C

Project Development Information


Total GFA About 57,339 square metres
Residential Flats 877
Commercial GFA About 5,312 square metres
G/IC GFA About 2,065 square metres
Open Space About 1,500 square metres

Project Status


Project commenced in February 2006.

Construction in progress.

Project Programme


Targeted completion by 2019/2020

Comprehensive Planning


Implemented under a DSP (Development Scheme Plan), the site is designated for CDA zone.  The URA had obtained a MLP (Master Layout Plan) approval in Oct 2009, which comprised with several residential blocks on top of a retail podium, providing commercial spaces, GIC facilities and also a public open.

Open Space with Local Characteristics


When completed, there will be an internal street space across the main site which will be embraced by 2 commercial floors of local shops connected with a public open space and street network at grade. The POS, on one hand can act as a better foyer for the Jade market located at Tung Chau Street to bring about more synergy and compatibility with the communal activities within the district, on another hand will capture the history of the nearby Tung Chau Street Pier (now vanished to cater for the construction of the West Kowloon Corridor in 1990's) as a key element in the future landscape design.

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