eDiscussion: Compensation, rehousing and resumption  

Topic:   市區重建項目應加入樓換樓, 舖換舖的選擇
Posted on:
2008-10-19 00:52
賠償金額很多時不足以讓居民原區置業/經營, 市建局應在重建位置讓原來在這兒的居民.商戶在重建後搬回來住/繼續在原地營業。
Posted on:
2008-12-29 10:26


Posted on:
2009-01-02 10:18
Posted on:
2009-03-17 14:17

The compulsory purchase mechanism takes away the owners' right to possibly negotiate an acceptable price for the sale of their properties to URA. This constitutes a major blow to the current property rights system.

The mechanism of 'compulsory purchase' by URA is subject to vehement opposition from the property owners. This is because the owners understand fully that the land is to be resumed not for the construction of public infrastructure projects but for the subsequent joint venture development between URA and private developers. By profiteering in some urban renewal projects, the URA hopes to achieve self-financing in the long run. As such, the property owners wish to share the profits from these joint venture projects.

Overall speaking, the URA model, including the 'compulsory purchase' mechanism, represents a top-down, bull-dozer approach in urban renewal. This approach is operationally efficient. However, the major problem is that it seeks to put the interests of the URA and the property owners in direct opposition. Under the current mode of compensation, it is difficult to resolve this contradiction.

Posted on:
2009-07-22 12:30


損害某些業主.. 看波鞋街爭議..

圖利地產商人.. 喜帖街

分餅仔嫌疑 .. 喜帖街, 希雲街

市建局財困.. 發債, 蝕本都要做



您會聯想到 官員和商人間有什麼關係呢 ?


Posted on:
2009-07-22 18:42


Your opinion is quite right. I suggest that we can united together and submit our claims to UN and ask for a hearing.

The compulsory purchase program by URA is absolutly violating the human right, the property right. This make HK no big difference from the mainland.




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