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Cheryl Chan on Housing and Development (Amendment) Bill

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Lowering the threshold for heartland shop owners to approve upgrading work in common areas to 75 per cent from 100 per cent - a Bill to that effect was debated in Parliament on Tuesday (Jan 10). MP Cheryl Chan asked how this will be achieved in estates where sold commercial units constitute more than 25 per cent and these owners are unlikely to vote in favour of rejuvenation. She also wanted to know how the cost and scope of upgrading work will be shared with shop owners before any project tender.

Lowering the threshold for heartland shop owners to approve upgrading work in common areas to 75 per cent from 100 per cent - a Bill to that effect was debated in Parliament on Tuesday (Jan 10). MP Cheryl Chan asked how this will be achieved in estates where sold commercial units constitute more than 25 per cent and these owners are unlikely to vote in favour of rejuvenation. She also wanted to know how the cost and scope of upgrading work will be shared with shop owners before any project tender.

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