Designing Hong Kong Harbour District
The Harbour District, Victoria Harbour and its adjoining districts, include the majority of the key assets defining Hong Kong's image and lifestyle: the Harbour, the major financial and commercial buildings, the Government and public offices, key heritage sites and the main culture, art, sports, entertainment, accommodation and food & beverage venues. Victoria Harbour and the immediate adjuncts from the heart of the Pearl River Delta are where visiting tourists spend much of their time and money, and where residents undertake many of their retail, leisure, arts, entertainment and sports activities.
The objective of Designing Hong Kong Harbour District is consensus building among government, business and civic sectors on sustainable planning for the Harbour District.
The deliverables are key principles for a sustainable planning process to guide capacity building to deal with 9.2 million residents and 70 million tourists by 2030. Our starting point is the sustainable protection of the harbour and five core principles:
We are organizing meetings, conferences, seminars and other activities, where we gather opinions and ideas for a world-class Harbour District.
Output of this research initiative are reports on Sustainable Planning Principles for Hong Kong Harbour District. You can download these reports here.
Endorsers, Supporters, Sponsors
We welcome Support from individuals and organizations with any of the following:
We welcome (public) Endorsements in writing from individuals and organizations.
We welcome Sponsors willing to help fund research and public forums.
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