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Requesting the location plan which showing the boundary of reclimnation works in Hong Kong since 1970

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Dear Civil Engineering and Development Department,

There are numerous of reclamation works done in Hong Kong since 1841. However, since there are lack of records in public domain, the public is difficult to fully understand the reclamation history in Hong Kong.

Thus, I am requesting for a drawing in pdf format which shall including all the government reclamation project boundary in Hong Kong since 1841. Beside, please also include the project boundary of the proposed Lantau Tomorrow reclamation plan on the drawing. Many thanks.

Yours faithfully,

Norman Chen

Dear Civil Engineering and Development Department,

Sorry that my title is misleading, I would like to clarify my request here:

I am requesting a drawing showing all the government reclamation works since 1841 instead of 1970. Thanks.

Yours faithfully,

Norman Chen

土木工程拓展署

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Dear Norman,

We received your application for access to information dated 24 September
2019 requesting for information on the boundary of reclamation works in
Hong Kong since 1841 (including the proposed project boundary of the
Lantau Tomorrow Vision).

Please be advised that our Department does not have a drawing showing all
the government reclamation works in Hong Kong since 1841.  Instead, you
may refer to the following links which show the reclamation and
development in Hong Kong prepared by Lands Department in 1985 and 1996 for
reference.

[1]https://www.landsd.gov.hk/mapping/en/dow...

[2]https://www.hkmapservice.gov.hk/OneStopS...

Please find enclosed a plan showing the reclamation and development
proposals under the Lantau Tomorrow Vision for your information.  Please
note that the proposals are for illustration only and subject to further
studies.

Should you have any enquiry, please feel free to contact the undersigned.
 Thanks very much for your enquiry.

Regards,

CY WONG (SE/D)
Port Works Division
Civil Engineering and Development Department
(Tel: 2762 5568)

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