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URA Urges Public to Beware of Suspicious Webpage Related to the Kai Tak Development Project

The Urban Renewal Authority (URA) urges the public to be vigilant about, and cautious of, a suspicious webpage about the URA’s Kai Tak Development Project (the Project).

The URA was alerted to a webpage with the domain name featuring the logo, photos and information related to the Project.  The webpage claims that onsite and show flat visits can be arranged for members of the public.  Buttons that direct the visitors to an instant messaging application to contact the “sales department” of the Project are also provided on the webpage.  The URA wishes to emphasise that it has never authorised this webpage to use the logo, photos or information related to the Project, and that it has no affiliation with the webpage.  The URA is taking this matter seriously with appropriate actions being considered.

In accordance with the Residential Properties (First-hand Sales) Ordinance, the URA uploaded the latest price list and sales arrangements to the Project website ( and the Sales of First-hand Residential Properties Electronic Platform ( on 17 October 2023.  Members of the public can access to these two websites, or call the hotline during office hours at 9481 1535 for more details about the Project.