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Awards and Recognitions

Year and Award

Awarded Unit(s)

Organiser

Award Category

2022

Outstanding MiC Project
MiC Achievement Ceremony 2022

Awarded Unit(s)

Organiser

Construction Industry Council

Award Category

  • Planning, Architecture and Construction

2022

Platinum Standard Certificate

Awarded Unit(s)

Organiser

Quality Building Award

Award Category

  • Green and Sustainability

2022

Record Holder for Floor Curling Activity Achieving SDG Goal 10: Reduced Inequalities
SDG World Records Certificate

Awarded Unit(s)

Organiser

SocietyNext Foundation

Award Category

  • Green and Sustainability

2022

Certificate of Merit
Outstanding Partnership Project Award 2021/22

Awarded Unit(s)

Organiser

The Hong Kong Council of Social Service

Award Category

  • Corporate and Branding

The Urban Renewal Authority strives to improve the living conditions of the elderly tenants in the URA projects through the ""Home Improvement Community Programme"".

Since 2021/22, we have collaborated with two NGOs to provide comprehensive refurbishment for 12 infirm elderly tenants affected by the URA projects who were allocated new Public Rental Housing (PRH) units. The home design and tailor-made furniture provided in their refurbished flats were based on the assessments of the elderlies’ physical conditions, ensuring that their practical needs for now and in the future are met while improving their living environment.

The Programme was acknowledged with a Certificate of Merit in the Outstanding Partnership Project Award 2021-22 under the Caring Company Scheme from the Hong Kong Council of Social Service in recognition of the collocative effort of the URA and the partnering NGOs.

2022

The Ombudsman’s Awards 2022

Awarded Unit(s)

Organiser

Office of the Ombudsman, Hong Kong

Award Category

  • Corporate and Branding

The Ombudsman's Awards for Officers of Public Organisations in 1999 to honour individual public officers for their efforts in contributing to a fair, open, accountable and efficient public administration.

Katy Wong committed to the “people-first” core value of the Urban Renewal Authority and has shown utmost care for the relocated shop operators affected by the redevelopment project to adapt to the new business environment.

2021

Gold Award
2020-2021 Web Accessibility Recognition Scheme

Awarded Unit(s)

Organiser

Hong Kong Internet Registration Corporation Limited

Award Category

  • Corporate and Branding
  • Innovation and Technology

Nowadays, the Internet permeates every aspect of our daily life, allowing people to access information and services online, and interact with each other anytime anywhere. Making websites and mobile applications accessible not only facilitates everyone including disability groups, but also helps facilitating business development and building an inclusive society.

The Hong Kong Internet Registration Corporation Limited (HKIRC) to organise Web Accessibility Recognition Scheme. The scheme encourages local enterprises and organisations to adopt accessibility design in their websites and mobile applications. The Building Rehabilitation Platform has received this award for the first time since its operation in 2019.