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Public housing estates in Tin Shui Wai

This is a list of public housing estates, Home Ownership Scheme and Tenants Purchase Scheme Tin Shui Wai New Town, Hong Kong.

                                               

Public housing estates in Yuen Long

The following is a list of public housing estates in Yuen Long New Town, Hong Kong, including Home Ownership Scheme, Private Sector Participation Scheme, Sandwich Class Housing Scheme, Flat-for-Sale Scheme, and Tenants Purchase Scheme estates.

                                               

Shui Pin Wai stop

Shui Pin Wai is an at-grade MTR Light Rail stop located at Castle Peak Road in Yuen Long District, near Shui Pin Wai Estate. It began service on 18 September 1988 and belongs to Zone 5. It serves Shui Pin Wai Estate, Yuen Long Stadium and Yuen Lo ...

                                               

Tai Tong Road stop

Tai Tong Road is an at-grade MTR Light Rail stop located at the junction of Castle Peak Road and Tai Tong Road in Yuen Long District. It began service on 18 September 1988 and belongs to Zone 5. This stop used to be known as 大棠道 in Chinese but ...

                                               

Tin Shui Wai Park

Tin Shui Wai Park is the central park of Tin Shui Wai New Town, New Territories, Hong Kong. It is located alongside the Tin Shui Wai Sports Ground.

                                               

Tin Shui Wai station

Tin Shui Wai is an MTR station located in Ping Shan near Tin Shui Wai New Town, Yuen Long District. It is the only heavy rail station serving Tin Shui Wai, which has a population of around 300.000.

                                               

Tong Fong Tsuen stop

Tong Fong Tsuen is an at-grade MTR Light Rail stop located at Castle Peak Road in Yuen Long District, near Tong Fong Tsuen. It began service on 18 September 1988 and belongs to Zone 4.

                                               

Yoho Town

YOHO Town is one of the largest private housing estates and shopping centres in Yuen Long, New Territories, Hong Kong. It was developed by Sun Hung Kai Properties.

                                               

Yuen Long

Yuen Long is a town in the western New Territories, Hong Kong. To its west lie Hung Shui Kiu, Tin Shui Wai, Lau Fau Shan and Ha Tsuen, to the south Shap Pat Heung and Tai Tong, to the east Tau and Kam Tin, and to the north Nam Sang Wai.

                                               

Yuen Long FC

Yuen Long Football Club, currently known as Best Union Yuen Long for sponsorship reasons, are a Hong Kong professional football club based in Yuen Long which currently competes in the Hong Kong Premier League. The football teams of the club were ...

                                               

Yuen Long New Town

Yuen Long New Town is a new town in the northwest New Territories, Hong Kong. It was developed from the traditional market town of Yuen Long Town from the late 1970s onwards. As it is located in the centre of Yuen Long Plain, the town occupies th ...

                                               

Yuen Long station

Yuen Long is an MTR station in the north-eastern part of Yuen Long Town, New Territories, Hong Kong, on the West Rail Line between Kam Sheung Road and Long Ping. It is an interchange between the West Rail Line and Yuen Long Stop of the Light Rail ...

                                               

Yuen Long stop

Yuen Long is an MTR Light Rail stop in Hong Kong. It is located at ground level underneath Sun Yuen Long Centre in Yuen Long District of the New Territories, and is the northeasternmost Light Rail stop. It is connected to West Rail Line Yuen Long ...

                                               

Typhoon shelter

In its usual form, a typhoon shelter is in the form of a bay or a cove, with a narrow opening for access, as most of the opening to the seas are blocked by a man-made breakwater.

                                               

Aberdeen Typhoon Shelters

The Aberdeen Typhoon Shelters of Hong Kong are Aberdeen West Typhoon Shelter and Aberdeen South Typhoon Shelter. Both typhoon shelters are located in Southern District, between the southern part of Hong Kong Island and the island Ap Lei Chau. The ...

                                               

List of Executive Council of Hong Kong unofficial members 1896–1941

This is a list of Unofficial Members of the Executive Council in the colonial period from 1850 to 1941. The term of the Executive Council was interrupted during the Japanese occupation of Hong Kong.

                                               

List of Executive Council of Hong Kong unofficial members 1946–1997

This is the list of the unofficial members of the Executive Council of Hong Kong from 1946 the reestablishment of the civil government of the British Hong Kong until the handover of Hong Kong to Chinese sovereignty in 1997. Information is generat ...

                                               

List of Convenor of the Non-Official Members of the Executive Council of Hong Kong

                                               

Chief Executive of Hong Kong

The Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the Peoples Republic of China is the representative of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and head of the Government of Hong Kong. The position was created to replace ...

                                               

George Osborne Wauchope Stewart

George Osborne Wauchope Stewart, JP was a British banker. He was the deputy chief manager of the Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation and became the chairman of the Mercantile Bank of India in 1966 after it was acquired by the Hongkong Bank. ...

                                               

Commander British Forces in Hong Kong

The Commander British Forces in Hong Kong was a senior British Army officer who acted as Military Advisor to the Governor of Hong Kong and was in charge of the Hong Kong British Forces. The officeholder of this post concurrently assumed the offic ...

                                               

Secretary for Health, Welfare and Food

The Secretary for Health, Welfare and Food was a ministerial position in the Hong Kong Government, who headed the former Health, Welfare and Food Bureau. It was replaced by Secretary for Food and Health on July 1, 2007. The position was political ...

                                               

Secretary for Housing, Planning and Lands

The Hong Kong Secretary for Housing, Planning and Lands was the head of the Housing, Planning and Lands Bureau, which was responsible for urban planning policy, public housing and the management and selling of public lands. The position was aboli ...

                                               

Secretary for the Environment, Transport and Works

The Secretary for the Environment, Transport and Works, who heads the Environment, Transport and Works Bureau of the Hong Kong Government, is responsible for public works projects, transport related issues and environmental protection. The positi ...

                                               

Hospital Authority

The Hospital Authority is a statutory body managing all the government hospitals and institutes in Hong Kong. It is under the governance of its board and is under the monitor of the Secretary for Food and Health of the Hong Kong Government. Its c ...

                                               

West Kowloon Cultural District

The West Kowloon Cultural District is a development project that aims to form an international-grade arts and culture hub on an area of land in West Kowloon, Hong Kong that was originally reclaimed in the 1990s as part of the Airport Core Program ...

                                               

Chief Justice of the Court of Final Appeal

The Chief Justice of the Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal, sometimes informally known as the Chief Justice of Hong Kong, is the head of the Judiciary of Hong Kong and the chief judge of the Court of Final Appeal. The Chief Justice is one of four p ...

                                               

Chief Judge of the High Court of Hong Kong

The Chief Judge of the High Court of Hong Kong is the head of the High Court of Hong Kong and the President of the Court of Appeal of Hong Kong. In the Hong Kong order of precedence, the Chief Judge acts as the second most senior administrative j ...

                                               

Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Hong Kong

The chief justice of Hong Kong was, until 1997, the chief judge of the Court of Appeal of the Supreme Court of Hong Kong and the most senior judge in the court system.

                                               

Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, London

The Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office London is Hong Kongs representation in the United Kingdom. Apart from the United Kingdom, the Office is responsible for fostering trade and economic relations with countries including Denmark, Estonia, Finl ...

                                               

Hong Kong Basic Law Article 23

Hong Kong Basic Law Article 23 is an article in the Basic Law of Hong Kong. It states that the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region "shall enact laws on its own to prohibit any act of treason, secession, sedition, subversion against the Centra ...

                                               

Hong Kong Basic Law Article 45

Hong Kong Basic Law Article 45 is an article in the Basic Law of Hong Kong. It states that the Chief executive should be chosen by universal suffrage upon nomination by a broadly representative nominating committee as an eventual goal.

                                               

Hong Kong Basic Law Article 69

Article 69 of Hong Kong Basic Law sets the term of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong. The article states the term of office of the Legislative Council of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region shall be four years, except the first term wh ...

                                               

Hong Kong Basic Law Consultative Committee

The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Basic Law Consultative Committee was an official body established in 1985 to canvass views in Hong Kong on the drafts of the Hong Kong Basic Law.

                                               

Hong Kong Basic Law Drafting Committee

The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Basic Law Drafting Committee was formed in June 1985 for the drafts of the Hong Kong Basic Law for the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region after 1997. It was formed as a working group under the Nati ...

                                               

Hong Kong Watch

Hong Kong Watch is a non-governmental organisation based in the United Kingdom that was established to monitor the conditions of human rights, freedoms and rule of law in Hong Kong. It was founded by British human rights activist Benedict Rogers ...

                                               

Immigration Service Ordinance

The Immigration Service Ordinance is Chapter 331 of Hong Kongs Ordinances. It was introduced in 1961 as Cap 30 to create the Immigration Department which was previously under the control of Hong Kong Police Force since the 1940s. The Ordinance al ...

                                               

Law enforcement in Hong Kong

The main duties of law enforcement in Hong Kong are taken up by the Hong Kong Police Force. Other major law enforcement agencies include the Customs and Excise Department, the Independent Commission Against Corruption and the Immigration Departme ...

                                               

List of Hong Kong law firms by size

According to The Legal 500, Hong Kong’s legal market has undergone profound change over the last decade. Firms have experienced structural and cultural changes, with the value of China-facing lawyers growing considerably. Firms looking to tap int ...

                                               

University of Hong Kong Faculty of Law

The University of Hong Kong Faculty of Law is one of the 11 faculties and schools at the University of Hong Kong. Founded in 1969 as the Department of Law, it is the oldest law school in Hong Kong. HKU Law is consistently ranked among the top law ...

                                               

Judicial Officers Recommendation Commission

The Judicial Officers Recommendation Commission is a statutory body in Hong Kong responsible for advising and making recommendations to the Chief Executive on judicial appointments and related matters established after the Handover in accordance ...

                                               

Protection of the Harbour Ordinance

The Protection of the Harbour Ordinance, Cap. 531 is an ordinance in Hong Kong Law that aims to limit land reclamation in the surviving waters of Victoria Harbour.

                                               

Legislation of the Provisional Government of Hong Kong

This is a list of bills that were introduced and passed into law and became ordinances of the territory by the Provisional Legislative Council that sat for a year from July 1997 to 1998.Laws passed before 1 July 1997 were passed by the provisiona ...

                                               

List of Legislative Council of Hong Kong members 1843–1941

This is a list of members of the Legislative Council in the colonial period from its establishment in 1843 to 1941. It consists of both official and unofficial members. The term of the Legislative Council was interrupted during the Japanese occup ...

                                               

List of Legislative Council of Hong Kong unofficial members 1946–1985

This is a list of unofficial members of the Legislative Council in the colonial period from restoration of the Council after the return of the British rule in 1946 up to the official members were replaced by indirect elected member in 1985. There ...

                                               

List of Members of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong

List of Legislative Council of Hong Kong members elected in 1995

                                               

Edgar Davidson

Edgar Davidson was a Hong Kong solicitor and member of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong. He was a solicitor and of the Hastings & Co. firm. He was appointed to the Legislative Council in 1936 and 1937. He was held as a prisoner of war in the ...

                                               

Marcus Theodore Johnson

Marcus Theodore Johnson was a British businessman and member of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong. Johnson joined the Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation and was the Deputy Chairman of the bank in 1937. He was also Chairman of the Hong K ...

                                               

William Hepburn Rennie

Rennie was the son of George Rennie who had been a well-known sculptor, Liberal Member of Parliament and Governor of the Falkland Islands. His younger brother was Richard Rennie who became Chief Justice of the British Supreme Court for China and ...

                                               

John Thurburn

John Thurburn was a British banker. He was manager of the Mercantile Bank of India and member of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong. Thurburn was the manager of the Chartered Mercantile Bank of India, London & China. He was appointed to the Shi ...

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