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Legislative Council Panel on Transport Parking Policy

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Dear Transport and Housing Bureau Transport Matters,

I'm writing to find out which department is responsible for receiving complaints and for the enforcement of the Legislative Council Panel on Transport Parking Policy.
I'm an motorcyclist in HK and aware that Motorbikes outnumber parking spaces 2:1 .
As I understand, under the Parking Policy, the HK government try to provide more spaces ... e.g. new office buildings need to provide 5-10% of their parking spaces to Motorcycles.
However, looking into the list " OFF-STREET MOTORCYCLES PARKING DETAILS AS AT 2020.08.31 " provided under the following link (https://accessinfo.hk/en/request/motorcy...)
... many buildings listed seams to ignore or violate the Policy and do not provide a single motorcycle space.

Where can I complain if no parking spaces are provided and who do enforce the Policy!?

Yours faithfully,

Florian Wollitz

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如有需要,有關個人資料可能會透露予其他有關政府部門/機構作相同用途。你可以
書面清楚表明不同意本局向其他部門或機構透露你的個人資料,不過,在這情況下,
本局可能難以全面地處理你的個案。 (這是電腦自動發出的回覆訊息。)
Transport and Logistics Bureau 運輸及物流局

TLB Enquiry/TLB,

Dear Mr Wollitz,

 

Thank you for your email to Transport and Logistics Bureau (“TLB”) on 30
Aug 2023.  Please note that the Traffic Management Section of the TLB, as
well as the Strategic Studies Branch of the Transport Department (“TD”)
are responsible for formulating and taking forward parking policy, as well
as responding to public enquiries about parking-related issues. 

 

As regards your concerns about motorcycle parking provision, please rest
assured that we have been reviewing the current standards for motorcycle
parking spaces under the Hong Kong Planning Standards and Guidelines
(HKPSG) and have made appropriate amendments having regard to factors such
as the parking demand and socio‑economic situation.  At present, the
standard of motorcycle parking spaces for non-residential developments is
set at a rate of 5 to 10 per cent of the total provision for private
cars.  If there are any non-compliance in the number of parking spaces,
the enforcement and prosecution will be undertaken by the Lands
Department.  We are happy to refer your complaint to the Lands Department
for follow-up if you would provide us with the locations concerned.

 

Noting that the number of motorcycles has increased substantially in
recent years, which is probably due to the upsurge of demands for meal
delivery and courier services in a short period of time during the
epidemic, we will keep in view whether the situation persists after the
epidemic, and timely review the standard of motorcycle parking provision
under the HKPSG for revision as necessary.

 

Thank you again for your attention to the above policy areas.

 

Access to Information Officer

Transport and Logistics Bureau

 

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Dear TLB Enquiry/TLB,

many thanks for your fast feedback. Many thanks also for the offer the forward my complain to the
Lands Department.
Following carpark denign me entrance and informed me they have no motorbike parking.
Landmark Est, 100 -102 How Ming Street, Kwun Tong, Kowloon should have 38 parking spaces for motorbikes.
It seams the security person know it but is instructed not to let motorbikes enter the car park.

BTW, do you have an e-mail where I can send my complains directly .

Yours sincerely,

Florian Wollitz

運輸及房屋局運輸事項

Thank you very much for your email / message. The content has been noted.
We shall reply to you, where appropriate, as soon as possible. If you have
not sent us an e-mail, please kindly let us know by e-mail and ignore this
acknowledgement. Note: All personal data submitted (including name and
contact information) will only be used for purposes which are directly
related to the processing of your request. Such personal data may be
disclosed to other relevant Government departments / organisations for the
same purposes. You may, by stating clearly in writing your wish to
withhold consent to the disclosure of your personal data to other parties.
In this circumstance, we may not be able to process your case in full.
(This is an automatic reply to acknowledge receipt of your message.) 多謝
閣下的電子郵件/訊息,內容備悉。如有需要,我們會盡快作出回覆。如閣下未曾向
本局寄發電子郵件,請以電郵通知本局,並不必理會以上的回覆。 附註:你提供的
所有個人資料 (包括姓名和聯絡資料) 只會用於與處理你的要求直接有關的用途上。
如有需要,有關個人資料可能會透露予其他有關政府部門/機構作相同用途。你可以
書面清楚表明不同意本局向其他部門或機構透露你的個人資料,不過,在這情況下,
本局可能難以全面地處理你的個案。 (這是電腦自動發出的回覆訊息。)
Transport and Logistics Bureau 運輸及物流局

TLB Enquiry/TLB,

Dear Mr. Wollitz,

 

Your mail dated 12 Sep 2023 is received with thanks.  Thank you for
letting us know the location of the commercial building concerned, namely
Landmark East, 100 -102 How Ming Street, Kwun Tong, Kowloon (“Landmark
East”).  As checked with the Transport Department, the number of ancillary
motorcycle provision in the approved building plan submission of Landmark
East is 24, which is in line with the relevant standards in Hong Kong
Planning Standards and Guidelines.  Since the developer has fulfilled the
responsibility for providing the number of motorcycle parking spaces in
Landmark East in principle, we have referred the case to the Lands
Department ([1][email address]) for further investigation and
enforcement action as appropriate.

 

Transport and Logistics Bureau

 

 

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運輸及房屋局運輸事項

Dear Mr Wollitz,

          I write to acknowledge receipt of your email of 12.9.2023, which
was referred by Transport and Logistics Bureau, regarding the subject
matter.
2.        The matter is receiving attention and a reply will be sent to
you as soon as practicable.
3.        If you have any enquiries, please do not hesitate to contact me
at 3842 7608.

Regards,
Ken LO
ES/KTS, DLO/KE
Lands Department
Tel. No.: 3842 7608

運輸及房屋局運輸事項

Dear Mr Wollitz,

        Further to my previous email dated 22.9.2023, we hereby provide
the following responses.

2.        Landmark East, 100 How Ming Street, Kowloon ("the Subject
Premises") falls within the Remaining Portion of Kwun Tong Inland Lot No.
242 (“the Lot”).  Clause No. 38(b) of the lease governing the Lot
stipulates that “Spaces shall be provided…for the parking of motor
cycles…”.  Clause No. 38(c) of the lease requires that “The spaces so
provided under sub-clauses (a) and (b) of this covenant shall not be used
for any purpose other than for the parking of motor vehicles and motor
cycles licensed under the Road Traffic Ordinance respectively and
belonging to the owners or occupiers of the building or buildings erected
or to be erected on the demised premises and their bona fide visitors and
invitees…”.

3.        In view of the above, the motorcycle parking spaces at the
Subject Premises are not required to be made available to all members of
the public under lease.

4.        If you have any enquiries, please do not hesitate to contact me
at 3842 7608.

Regards,
Ken LO
ES/KTS, DLO/KE
Lands Department
Tel. No.: 3842 7608

cc DLOKE 2269/2023

From:        Ken King Fan LO/LAO/LANDSD/HKSARG
To:        [FOI #1415 email]
Cc:        Ringo MK CHAN/LAO/LANDSD/HKSARG@LANDSD, Jennifer OY
LEE/LAO/LANDSD/HKSARG@LANDSD, Bonnie Ka Ching
HUI/LAO/LANDSD/HKSARG@LANDSD, Ronald Kwan Ue LAU/LAO/LANDSD/HKSARG@LANDSD,
"TLB Enquiry/TLB" <[email address]>
Date:        22/09/2023 17:05
Subject:        Enquiry regarding the motorcycle parking spaces
at Landmark East, 100 How Ming Street, Kowloon
(KTIL 242 RP)

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Dear Mr Wollitz,

          I write to acknowledge receipt of your email of 12.9.2023, which
was referred by Transport and Logistics Bureau, regarding the subject
matter.
2.        The matter is receiving attention and a reply will be sent to
you as soon as practicable.
3.        If you have any enquiries, please do not hesitate to contact me
at 3842 7608.

Regards,
Ken LO
ES/KTS, DLO/KE
Lands Department
Tel. No.: 3842 7608

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