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Town Planning in Hong Kong: A Review of Planning Appeals
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As Hong Kong town-planning legislation develops, there is an ever-growing demand for a better understanding of the rules and principles behind the discretionary decisions of the Town Planning Board regarding planning applications. Town Planning in Hong Kong: A Review of Planning Appeals is a thorough analysis of 50 unreported cases of the Town Planning Appeal Board on appeals against the Town Planning Board decisions concerning planning applications and review. This bookgoes beyond the usual requirements of books on 'case and materials': it systematically documents the facts and arguments presented in the decisions, distills the reasons and rules behind them, and comments oneach in detail. It also provides a comparative study of all the cases from the perspective of town planning and economics.

Collection
HKU Press Digital Editions
License
All rights reserved
Rights Statement
In Copyright
Author
 Lai, Lawrence Wai-chung.
Publisher
 Hong Kong University Press
Subject
 City planning--China--Hong Kong.  City planning and redevelopment law--China--Hong Kong.
Language
English
Date
1999
Isbn
9789622094987
Resource Type
Book