Cheung Wah Street / Cheung Sha Wan Road Development Scheme (SSP-018)
- Site A - Cheung Sha Wan Sports Centre and its adjoining garden; Site B - Cheung Sha Wan Path Sitting-out Area, part of Sham Shui Po Sports Ground and a temporary maintenance depot
- About 19,054 sq.m (Site A about 5,197 sq.m. and Site B about 13,857 sq.m.)
- Affected population
- 0 person
- Affected property interests
- 1 interest
- Affected households
- 0 household
Project Development Information
|Total GFA||About 83,068 sq.m.|
|Residential GFA||About 38,978 sq.m. (Only at Site A)|
|Non-Domestic GFA||About 44,090 sq.m. (not less than 38,000 sq.m. non-domestic GFA for G/IC uses)|
The Government Gazette for the commencement of the Development Scheme (“the Project”) was first published on 24 September 2021 and a freezing survey was conducted in the Project area on the same day.
According to section 25 of URAO, the Urban Renewal Authority (URA) submitted a draft Development Scheme Plan (DSP) of the Project to the Town Planning Board (“TPB”) for consideration. The URA submitted the draft DSP of the Project, including the Stage 1 Social Impact Assessment (“SIA”) Report, to the TPB on 24 September 2021, and the draft DSP was available for public inspection on 30 September 2021 at the venues specified in the Government Gazette until the draft DSP is considered by the TPB. The public could make comments on the draft DSP to the TPB not later than 21 October 2021.
The URA also submitted the Stage 2 SIA Report to TPB for consideration on 10 November 2021. The Stage 2 SIA Report is available for public inspection from 12 November 2021 at the venues specified in the Government Gazette until the draft DSP is considered by the TPB. The public can make comments on the Stage 2 SIA Report to the TPB not later than 26 November 2021.
The draft DSP, including the Stage 1 SIA Report is also available for public inspection at the URA’s Headquarters, URA’s Cheung Sha Wan Office, and URA’s website at (http://www.ura.org.hk) from 30 September 2021 until the draft DSP is considered by the TPB. The Stage 2 SIA Report is also available for public inspection at the aforesaid locations from 12 November 2021 until the draft DSP is considered by the TPB. Please note the URA’s Cheung Sha Wan Office has relocated to the following address since 1 December 2021: Flat B, G/F, 777-783 Yu Chau West Street, Kowloon.
If the TPB deems the draft DSP suitable for publication, the TPB will publish the draft DSP under section 5 of Town Planning Ordinance (TPO) for public inspection for 2 months. During this period, any person may make representation in writing to the TPB in respect of the draft DSP.
Project commenced in September 2021.
Targeted completion by 2028-2033.
The Project aims to re-plan and rationalize the land uses of the area through redevelopment to achieve more planning gains for the community.
The proposed development of the Project includes:
- The existing Cheung Sha Wan Sports Centre at Site A will be relocated to Site B and upgraded to present-day standard. Site B of the Scheme will be redeveloped to provide more Government, institution and community (GIC) facilities and an integrated public open space (POS) to create more planning gains for a wider district.
- Not less than 38,000 sq.m. non-domestic GFA is proposed for GIC uses at Sites A and B. The development potential of Site A will be optimized after redevelopment mainly for residential use to provide flat supply of about 830 flats. The proposed redevelopments at both Sites A and B are in line with the promotion of the Government’s policy on “Single Site, Multiple Uses”.
- Footbridges across Cheung Sha Wan Road and Cheung Wah Street are proposed to connect the open space and GIC facilities in two URA projects (SSP-017 and SSP-018), which will enhance the connectivity of a wider area of Sham Shui Po.
- Under an integrated urban renewal approach, the Scheme will also provide various opportunities for feasible revitalisation initiatives outside the Scheme area. With the provision of underground public vehicle park at Site A, opportunities for the replacement of some on-street parking spaces in the area will be created to make way for possible pavement widening at strategic locations. The separate revitalization initiatives will strengthen the accessibility of Cheung Wah Street to enhance the connectivity between the medium aged building cluster further north and the future leisure and community hub in the south. For Site B, there is a possible integration of the new POS with the existing Sham Shui Po Sports Ground in the south subject to further co-ordination with Leisure and Cultural Services Department on the associated revitalisation work separately, upon approval of the DSP and subject to further coordination and acceptancy of relevant Government departments.