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HEADLINE NEWS November 23, 2020


GUANGZHOU
Baiyuan Airport Phase 3 construction commenced
Designed to handle 870,000 flights and 140 millions passengers annually by 2045. Phase 3 Expansion has commenced construction recently. At present, the airport has three runways and two passenger terminals in operation which serves 80 million passengers annually ... <Read more>

JIANGSU
Redevelop of Nanjing Dajiaochang Airport
The initial scheme envisions three interconnecting buildings linked by a sunken street, incorporating office, retail, and cultural spaces. Adjacent to a Chinese history museum on one side and a shopping mall on the other, this mixed use project will run parallel to the remaining runway, which has been kept in its original... <Read more>

HONG KONG
Hong Kong Palace Museum building structure completed
Funded by Hong Kong Jockey Club, the museum will be opened in mid-2022

21 building plans approved in August
Including six community services developments

Kai Tak site to be sold
Tender invitation will be closed on November 27

Terminal 2 Expansion Works project contract awarded
An approximately HK$12.88 billion contract was awarded to Gammon Engineering

Tai Po site to be sold
19 building plans approved in July

The first concrete MiC high-rise building in Hong Kong topped-out
The project will be completed four months earlier than using conventional construction methods

Railway settlements exceed limit
Construction works at Kai Tak Area 1E Site 2 have been suspended

2 sites to be resumed for residential use
These projects were included in the Urban Renewal Authority's Business Plan for 2017-18

Tech park land parcels available by early 2021
Secretary for Innovation & Technology Alfred Sit presided over the seventh meeting of the Joint Task Force on the Development of the Hong Kong-Shenzhen Innovation & Technology Park in the Loop on August 31. Both sides exchanged views on the developments and co-operation of the two innovation and technology parks.<Read more>

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