MIL-OSI Asia-Pac: Proposed road works at Po Fung Road in Tsuen Wan and proposed Yau Kom Tau Residential Site gazetted

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Source: Hong Kong Government special administrative region

Proposed road works at Po Fung Road in Tsuen Wan and proposed Yau Kom Tau Residential Site gazetted
Proposed road works at Po Fung Road in Tsuen Wan and proposed Yau Kom Tau Residential Site gazetted
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     The Government gazetted today (September 30) the proposed road works at Po Fung Road in Tsuen Wan and the proposed Yau Kom Tau Residential Site to cater for the anticipated increase in traffic flow and pedestrian movement arising from various developments at Po Fung Road.     Details of the proposal are set out in the Annex. The plan and scheme of the works are available for public inspection at the following government offices during office hours:Central and Western Home Affairs Enquiry Centre, G/F, Harbour Building, 38 Pier Road, Central, Hong KongTsuen Wan Home Affairs Enquiry Centre, 1/F, Tsuen Wan Multi-storey Carpark Building,174-208 Castle Peak Road, Tsuen Wan, New TerritoriesDistrict Lands Office, Tsuen Wan and Kwai Tsing,10/F and 11/F, Tsuen Wan Multi-storey Carpark Building, 174-208 Castle Peak Road, Tsuen Wan, New Territories     The gazette notice, scheme, plan and location plan are available atwww.thb.gov.hk/eng/psp/publications/transport/gazette/gazette.htm.     Any person who wishes to object to the works or the use, or both, is required to address to the Secretary for Transport and Housing an objection in writing, which can be submitted via the following means: 
By post or by hand to the Transport and Housing Bureau’s drop-in box No. 6 located at the entrance on 2/F, East Wing, Central Government Offices, 2 Tim Mei Avenue, Tamar, Hong Kong. The box is available for use between 8am and 7pm from Monday to Friday (except public holidays);
By fax to 2868 4643; or
By email to gazettethb@thb.gov.hk.
     A notice of objection should describe the objector’s interest and the manner in which he or she alleges that he or she will be affected by the works or the use. Objectors are requested to provide contact details to facilitate communication. A notice of objection should be delivered to the Secretary for Transport and Housing not later than November 29, 2021.

 
Ends/Thursday, September 30, 2021Issued at HKT 11:19

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