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Chun Tin Street / Sung Chi Street Development Scheme (KC-008(A))

Location
Nos. 2-24 Chun Tin Street (even nos.) and Nos. 2-4 Hok Yuen Street (even nos.), Kowloon City.
Area
About 2,475 sq.m.
Affected buildings
14 street numbers of buildings
Affected population
About 200
Affected property interests
About 70
Affected households
About 72

Project Development Information


Total GFA About 14,724 sq.m.
Residential Flats About 310
Commercial GFA About 2,454 sq.m.

Project Status


The Government Gazette for the commencement of the Development Scheme (“the Project”) was first published on 6 May 2016.  According to section 25 of URAO, the URA submitted the draft Development Scheme Plan (“DSP”) of the Project to Town Planning Board (“TPB”) for consideration. 

The TPB deemed the draft DSP after amendment is suitable for publication under section 5 of Town Planning Ordinance and published the decision in Gazette on 28 October 2016.  The TPB conducted hearing on 15 June 2017.

The Chief Executive in Council (“CE in C”) approved the draft DSP of the Project on 31 October 2017 and published the decision in Gazette on 10 November 2017.  The approved DSP No. S/K9/URA1/2 of the Project has been incorporated into Hung Hom Outline Zoning Plan No. S/K9/26.

URA has revised a series of one-off special measures (“the Special Measure”) for owner and tenant affected by the implementation of the Project at commencement of the Project.  With CE in C’s approval of the Project, URA will carry out acquisition work of the Project.

Project Programme


Project commenced in May 2016.

Targeted completion by 2025/26.

More Information


The proposed development in the Project is to provide about 310 small to medium sized residential units and commercial / retail podium at the lower floors. It may include other facilities and uses as required or approved by the TPB. 

The Project proposes to close Chun Tin Street for redevelopment and include also other road improvement works including creation of new vehicular turning area and widening of Sung Chi Street to enhance traffic and pedestrian circulation. The Project has planning and design merits and will have better integration with the adjoining URA development at Ma Tau Wai Road (TKW/1/002) in the overall design. 

The lower residential floors of the proposed development will be reserved for In-situ "Flat-for-Flat" ("FFF") option. Upon CE in C's approval of the DSP of the Development Scheme, the Authority will provide "Flat-for-Flat" ("FFF") option as an additional option to cash compensation to the eligible domestic owner-occupiers.

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