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Expand West Kowloon Cultural District to Victoria Harbour District Concept for Integrated Harbour Planning Expand West Kowloon Cultural District to Victoria Harbour District Concept for Integrated Harbour Planning Business Environment Council 13 January 2005

Expand to Victoria Harbour District • Land • • West Kowloon: 40 ha Victoria Expand to Victoria Harbour District • Land • • West Kowloon: 40 ha Victoria Harbour harbour-front areas: 1, 800 ha Available for development/public use: 600 ha (15 x WKCD) • Number of new permanent jobs • West Kowloon: 8, 900 jobs (Dynamic Star) • Victoria Harbour: 50, 000 jobs (133, 500 jobs) All figures provided are estimates only.

Expand to Victoria Harbour District • Number of man years required for design and Expand to Victoria Harbour District • Number of man years required for design and construction • West Kowloon: 29, 000 man years (Dynamic Star) • Victoria Harbour: 200, 000 man years (435, 000 man years) • Land sales revenue potential • West Kowloon: • Victoria Harbour: All figures provided are estimates only. HK$ 65 bln (Hong Kong University) HK$ 200 bln (Stanley Ho) HK$ 500 bln (885 bln - HK$ 3 trillion)

Victoria Harbour District – Statistics Land (incl URA) for development or public use Government Victoria Harbour District – Statistics Land (incl URA) for development or public use Government controlled utility facilities Public open spaces, promenades, parks and green areas Arts, culture and leisure facilities Roads, transport infrastructure and facilities Private property with public access to the harbour Private property w/o public access to the harbour Port operations Total West Kowloon Cultural District 420 ha 80% is 100 ha Govt 160 ha controlled 210 ha 100 ha 500 ha 1, 800 ha 40 ha property: 1, 100 ha Private 200 ha Excl port All figures provided are initial estimates only. Water-front land uses and directly or indirectly connected Government controlled land facilities.

Victoria Harbour District – Statistics Land Use Land (incl URA) for development or public Victoria Harbour District – Statistics Land Use Land (incl URA) for development or public use Government controlled utility facilities Public open spaces, promenades, parks and green areas Arts, culture and leisure facilities Roads, transport infrastructure and facilities Private property with public access to the harbour Private property w/o public access to the harbour Port operations Total West Kowloon Cultural District Size Available 420 ha 100 ha 50 ha 160 ha 210 ha 100 ha 500 ha 1, 800 ha 40 ha 50 ha 30 ha 50 ha 600 ha 40 ha All figures provided are initial estimates only. Water-front land uses and directly or indirectly connected Government controlled land facilities.

Long Wish-list for Victoria Harbour District Land Use Requirements Private and public development • Long Wish-list for Victoria Harbour District Land Use Requirements Private and public development • 3 mln sq m large floor plate office buildings • Housing • New Government Offices • New Leg. Co Building • Hotels • Exhibition centre facilities Arts, culture, leisure and sports facilities • Water amphitheatre • Sports stadium (50 -60, 000) • Multi Functional Sports Facility (10, 000) • Performance hall (10, 000) • Three new theatres (400, 800, 2, 000) • Opera House and Concert Hall (3, 000) • Arts village/arts development centre • Small theatres • Museums • Permanent circus • Zoo Transport • Rail lines and train stations • Bus interchanges • Roads, incl Central-Wanchai Bypass • Mono Rail, tram, • Heliports Public facilities • Waterfront promenade • Waterfront cafes and restaurants • Open public spaces and street art • Green city parks • Piazza areas • Festival market • Pedestrian linkages to harbour Marine facilities • Cruise terminals • Public boat clubs • Yachting facilities • Marine Museum • Dragon Boat Races Circuit • Ferry terminals • Water taxis • Barge filling stations • Military berth for the PLA Utilities • Pumping stations • Hospital

Harbour-front Enhancement Land Use Action Land for sales, development or public uses Agree development Harbour-front Enhancement Land Use Action Land for sales, development or public uses Agree development and land sales revenue targets Government facilities and utilities Review, enhance and reprovisions Public open spaces, promenades, Review, expand, improve vibrancy and use parks and green areas Arts, culture, leisure, sports facilities Place new ones, redevelop or reprovision existing ones Roads, transport infrastructure and Shrink foot-print, add pedestrian linkages, increase mobility with other modes of facilities transport: rail, tram, ferry, water taxis, etc Private property Review and influence enhancement Port operations Provide visual access, reprovision facilities Marine Use Action Identify future uses Provide and enhance marine facilities required on the land the water

Harbour-front Enhancement – Who Harbour-front Enhancement Committee • Continue district reviews • Commence integrated Harbour-front Enhancement – Who Harbour-front Enhancement Committee • Continue district reviews • Commence integrated harbour planning process – Marine Use and Harbour-front Land Use Requirements – Develop and agree enhancement strategies • Budget for reviews, enhancement projects, promotions and secretariat Sub-committee to study institutional arrangements • • • Organize a conference on harbour authorities Planning and management authority Uniformity of implementation quality Integrate planning for land, transport, leisure, arts, culture, sports Financing capability Plans subject to Town Planning Board approvals Chief Planner • 80% is government controlled land facilities • Dedicated integrated planning leadership in addition to Chief Secretary, Financial Secretary, Chief Justice

Notes: Harbour-front Enhancement Revenue sources • • • Land sales income Facility and lease Notes: Harbour-front Enhancement Revenue sources • • • Land sales income Facility and lease income Facility operation and management income Expense example: Finance public space, arts, culture, leisure, sports facilities • • • New venues Redevelop existing facilities Reprovision incompatible venues Expense example: Transport and mobility • • • Pedestrian linkages Canton Road/ TST Star Ferry MTRC/KCRC station Submerge Eastern Island Corridor Surplus Funds • • • Redevelopment of Central Police Station for arts development Arts and Culture Funds General government revenue Other income generated for Hong Kong • • General Sales Tax on Goods and Services (future) Other taxes and fees

Notes: Enhancement vs. Users Role Harbour-front Enhancement: • Place management – where to put Notes: Enhancement vs. Users Role Harbour-front Enhancement: • Place management – where to put within harbour-front areas Role Victoria Harbour Authority: • • Financing Operation and management where required/suitable Role Arts and Culture Stakeholders: • Arts and Culture Land Use Requirements • • • Arts and Culture Development Policy Venues required Preferred location Venue Ownership (public, trust, authority or private) Venue Management Same applies for Marine Use Stakeholders and Living Harbour Review