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    it's only a matter of time

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    Hong Kong’s future depends on reclamation, committee says, as it backs plan for work at six sites | South China Morning Post

    Land Supply Task force says the only option is to follow the governments recommendation of reclamation even though it admits it didn't review all the other options.

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    According to the newspaper, the committee generally agreed to reclaim the sea (eg Central China waters and the East Lantau Metropolis). Yes some committee memebes did raise concerns about the marine pollution. But I think in the end they agreed to reclaiming the sea.


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    You can't put the poor into a remote location. It's been tried and failed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by civil_servant:
    You can't put the poor into a remote location, economically isolate them and not build good transport links. It's been tried and failed.
    and will be tried again but not on prime real estate duh
    Corrected it for you

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    Quote Originally Posted by East_coast:
    Corrected it for you
    What's your proposal for economic development at Shap Sze Heung?

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    Quote Originally Posted by civil_servant:
    What's your proposal for economic development at Shap Sze Heung?
    Extend the MTR from Wu Kai Sha and make sure the development is an unsegregated mix of private and public.

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    Quote Originally Posted by East_coast:
    Extend the MTR from Wu Kai Sha and make sure the development is an unsegregated mix of private and public.
    That's not what I asked. Extending the MTR is the easy and obvious solution.

    What's your proposal for economic development at Shap Sze Heung?

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    Quote Originally Posted by civil_servant:
    That's not what I asked. Extending the MTR is the easy and obvious solution.

    What's your proposal for economic development at Shap Sze Heung?
    Extend the MTR from Wu Kai Sha and make sure the development is an unsegregated mix of private and public.
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    Quote Originally Posted by East_coast:
    Extend the MTR from Wu Kai Sha and make sure the development is an unsegregated mix of private and public.
    Thank you.

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