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HEADLINE NEWS November 4, 2019


BEIJING
Organic urban Oasis in Beijing Wangjing
The five towers of the development are sensibly distant from one another, providing generous public spaces with greenery extending all the way to the Wangjing Park north to site. The designer paid great attention to the volume of towers for a proper scale ... <Read more>

SHANGHAI
SIBT and SSHT 2019 concluded successfully
Smart office, home and community elements created intelligent industry ecosystem

CHONGQING
Chongqing builds the most twisting tower in the world
The vertical facade expression interweave with linear curves, to compose a fluid visual rhythm of the design. The project is expected to be completed in 2022, positioning itself as one of the "Most Twisting Towers in the world"... The magnificent twisting sculpts an impressive torsional shape for the tower. The maximum twisting angle is up to 8.8 degrees per floor, noticeably surpassing existing super high-rise tower in the world by nearly 1.5 times. After completion, it is expected to be one of "The Most Twisting Towers in the world". Innovative facade technology from RFR empowers precise execution of such challenging design ... <Read more>

HONG KONG
Rail project in pipeline
MTRC to start the detailed planning and design for the Tuen Mun South Extension in 2020. In planning the extension, the government needs to consider the impacts on nearby residents arising from the proposed alignment and the possible mitigation measures ... <Read more>

Wong Chuk Hang Station project clinched by Kerry, Sino, Swire consortium
22 building plans approved in August comprising 10 apartment and apartment-commercial developments<BR>

To Envision Urban Transport System of Tomorrow
Business Environment Council Presents EnviroSeries Conference

K&K Property won Tuen Mun site
Kai Tak land sold for HK$2.45 billion

Centre of Excellence set up
Around 150 major project leaders will complete the programme in the coming three years

Land enforcement stepped up
A task force to step up enforcement against unlawful occupation of government land

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