ISH Shanghai & CIHE 2017 opens on 5 September with a focus on green heating and home-improvement technologies in East and Central China
Four concurrent building technology fairs offer one-stop comprehensive trade platform

Mapletree's VivoCity opens in Shanghai
Designed by Aedas, the newly completed project is a five-storey mall that provides multi-experiences to shoppers. With 120,000 square metres of space, there is a variety of programmes ranging from shopping, entertainment, food and beverage, kids' learning and lifestyle facilities ...

Design contract for Vanke's first TOD project in Hangzhou awarded to L&O
The project will comprise four 50-m office blocks, a retail and amenities podium with shopping streets enclosing a public courtyard. With a total GFA of approximately 111,700 sq m, the project is scheduled for completion in 2019. ...

Central Police Station Compound redevelopment in progress
Secretary for Development Michael Wong visited Central & Western District to inspect the Central Police Station Compound revitalisation project on August 29 ...

22 non-official and eight official members to the Task Force on Land Supply appointed
The government is studying the subdivided public housing plan to tackle Hong Kong's housing problem

Industrial building plan under study
The Development Bureau is studying whether to relaunch the industrial building revitalisation measures which ended last year on August 30

Housing blocks to be redeveloped
Six public housing blocks in Wong Tai Sin and Sham Shui Po will be cleared for redevelopment, the Housing Authority announced on August 30

Sculpture Park Living at Mount Pavilia
Mount Pavilia is the latest flagship residential project developed by New World Development. The newly built project in Clearwater Bay is designed by the world acclaimed design team -- Minsuk Cho, the 14th Venice Architecture Biennale Golden Lion Award winner with award-winning children's facility design experts Carve studio from Amsterdam ...

Report on Strategy for Management and Reduction of Construction and Demolition Waste in Hong Kong
Published by CIC this Report provides the findings of a snapshot survey of the composition of typical construction waste and provides recommendations for future study, management and reduction of construction and demolition waste in Hong Kong

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