They have refused to attend District Council meetings since funding was approved by the Legislative Council in 2021. I have raised the issue in the District Council yesterday and informed the media (click here) today, as once again Cyberport refused to meet in Council.
The MTR, HKU and Hospital Authority have - for their projects in Pokfulam - adhered to a transparent process of consultation and responding to the community over my 13-year tenure as District Councillor. They also publish(ed) relevant information (visuals, timeline, contacts, etc) for major projects on their websites.
It is regrettable that Cyberport has refused to do the same for their HK$5.5billion publicly funded project which has a major impact on the community. Following my complaints, ITIB has replied to the district council yesterday with a few updated visuals indicating what can be expected for one of Hong Kong’s more popular parks: The Cyberport Waterfront Park.
With this, I urge Cyberport and ITIB to adopt a more inclusive style of working with the communities they operate in – whether it is Pokfulam or elsewhere in Hong Kong.