Thank you for your input. We have made the following submission to the Town Planning Board on 8 April 2015, together with the survey results and individual comments.
The Chicago University will build an education facility at the Jubilee Battery heritage site along Victoria Road. They plan to redevelop the mess building and quarters which were more recently used as the Victoria Road Detention Centre. The Town Planning Board is reviewing the planning application (A/H1/98): http://www.info.gov.hk/tpb/en/plan_application/A_H1_98.html
You may have views on the project. Let us know via our online poll. One question is whether the long white wall with barbed wire along Victoria Road should be retained as a heritage feature, or whether it should be removed to give people sight of the buildings and the sea beyond?
We will submit the findings of our online poll to the Town Planning Board before the deadline (April 8).
After escalating concerns over parking at the cinema and supermarket to the Board of Cyberport, we have been informed as follows:
Thank you for completing our online survey on Cyberport parking arrangements. Over 400 people took part and below is a chart summarizing the views expressed.
We have submitted the survey results along with open-end responses to Cyberport. A meeting was held in July and Cyberport Management are studying the survey findings along with the data they collected over the 3 months' trial period. We are awaiting a response from Cyberport which we will share once received.
The old property is being demolished and will be converted into 6 town houses with 3 floors over carports. Expected completion date is early 2016. The contractor improved the hoarding which extended dangerously onto Bisney Road and blocked the pavement.