It appears to be focused on finding 'new' land.
The current lack of
- Transparency of what is actually available
- Who decides how much gets released and when
- Mechanisms for upgrading old housing stock (you must sell to a property developer) or get a bad deal from the URA
will not be looked at.
Only 27 per cent of people aged 18 to 24 intended to buy a flat, down from 55 per cent in 2006, a survey of 800 respondents by the Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups found last November.