Pedestrian plans for causeway bay tai po market and

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older urban cores; the Harbour front and to take account of future changes in the border condition. - Pedestrian Plans for Causeway Bay, Tai Po Market and Kwun Tong, - Area Improvement Plans for Tsim Sha Tsui and Shopping Areas of Mongkok - Lau Fau Shan and Sha Tau Kok - enhancing the rural township and surrounding areas - Urban Climatic Map and Standards for Wind Environment, and Air Ventilation Assessment studies for specific areas - Harbour Plan Study– formulating a Harbour planning framework - Kai Tak Planning Review Urban Design Study for the New Central Harbour front - Hong Kong Island East Harbour front Study (on-going)
6 - Land Use Planning for the Closed Area – to formulate a planning framework to guide the future use of the large area to be released from the Frontier Closed Area, - North East New Territories New Development Areas Planning and Engineering Study - formulating a planning framework for the Kwu Tung North, Fanling North and Ping Che/Ta Kwu Ling NDAs - Planning and Engineering Study on Development of Lok Ma Chau Loop - joint initiative with Shenzhento formulate a comprehensive plan for development and implementation of the developments and infrastructure in the Loop and its vicinity - The Planning Study on Liantang/Heung Yuen Wai Cross-boundary Control Point and its Associated Connecting Road in Hong Kong which - examine the planning, land, traffic, environmental and engineering issues of the new crossing and its associated connecting road has been completed. Studies that have notable landscape content include the Metroplan Study (1980)and Landscape Character Mapping Study (2006). Hong Kong Planning Standards and Guidelines () The HKSPG is a reference manual for determining the scale location and site requirements of various land uses and facilities, and describes the minimum planning standards to be achieved in a development. They are advisory (non-statutory) guidelines and minimum standards, used in the preparation of land-use plans and planning development proposals, and help to regulate development. Section 1 Introduction Section 2 Residential Densities Section 3 Community Facilities Section 4 Recreation, Open Space and Greening Section 5 Industry Section 6 Retail Facilities Section 7 Utility Services Section 8 Internal Transport Facilities Section 9 Environment (covers noise, air quality, water quality & waste management) Section 10 Conservation Section 11 Urban Design Guidelines Section 12 Miscellaneous Planning Standards & Guidelines Chapter 4, for example, sets standards for the provision of open space in urban and rural areas (e.g. 1 m2 per person for district open space and 1 m2 per person for local open space), and has details on what constitutes open space [ land identified or reserved for open space use: shall provide open-air outdoor recreation to a clearly identifiable residential or worker population; be functional, usable, and accessible; be of a size and physical nature capable of supporting active and/or passive recreation facilities; be managed and maintained by a responsible organisation; shall allow for the

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