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Home Affairs Secretary urges community co-operation on greening


Secretary for Home Affairs Dr Patrick Ho today (March 21) appealed to capital projects professionals, including town planners, architects, engineers, landscape architects and horticulturists, to assist the Government in achieving its greening objectives.

"The Government's greening work is aimed at increasing significantly the number of green areas in the urban districts, raising the standard and quality of existing green areas, and seizing every opportunity for greening in the planning and development stages of public works projects," Dr Ho told the presentation ceremony of the Outstanding Greening Project Award 2002.

Echoing the Chief Executive's Policy Address on greening, Dr Ho said: "The Government's greening policy is designed to enrich the quality of life for all through massive planting of trees and shrubs, and to carry out proper maintenance and conservation of trees and plants."

He said the obstacles associated with greening efforts in a densely populated, highly urbanized city like Hong Kong could be overcome with the support of professionals in the field.

"It is hoped that with the joint efforts of the community and the Government, we can build an environment-friendly city," he added.

The biennial Outstanding Greening Project Award is organised by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD), in co-operation with the Hong Kong Institute of Landscape Architects and the Institute of Horticulture (Hong Kong).

The awards scheme is designed to promote environmental consciousness, foster awareness and recognition of the landscape and horticulture professions, and encourage good professional practices. Prizes are awarded in six categories -- greening concept, greening effect, horticultural maintenance, landscape design, planning/research and soft landscape works.

The programme received 55 entries from individuals, private firms, Government departments and public bodies. Panels that included landscape architects, horticulturists and environmentalists selected 22 winners, out of which one grand award was given.

The awardees are as follows:

Award Project Name Nominee

----- ------------ -------

Grand Award Tuen Mun Park Tuen Mun District

Leisure Services Office, LCSD

Silver and Merit Awards

Category: Greening Concept

Silver Award Towards a new greening Leslie H.C.CHEN,

concept through community Raymond C.K. HO,

Involvement : User Configurable Ringo C. H. LEE

Landscape Architectural Design

Merit Award Central Pedestrian Schemes Urbis Limited

Category: Greening Effect

Merit Award Erosion Control Planting Works Territory Development

Department (Projects from 1990's


Merit Award The Rehabilitation of Lamma Lamma RockProducts Ltd.


Merit Award Urban Greening - Vegetation System Toyo Greenland

on Steep Concrete Slope Company Ltd.

Category: Horticultural Maintenance

(a) Private Sector

Silver Award Sceneway Garden Cheung Kong Holdings

Goodwell Property Management Ltd.

Merit Award Lush Green Foliage Management Well Born Real Estate Management Ltd.

Merit Award Glorious Garden Chevalier Property Management Ltd

(b) Public Sector

Silver Award Tuen Mun Park Tuen Mun District Leisure Services

Office, LCSD

Silver Award Leisure Garden of Hong Kong Sai Kung District Leisure Services

Office, LCSD

Merit Award Ma On Shan Park Sha Tin District Leisure Services

Office, LCSD

Merit Award Hoi Sham Park Kowloon City District Leisure

Services Office, LCSD

Merit Award Harcourt Road Amenity Plot Central & Western Leisure

District Landscape Improvement Works Services Office, LCSD

Merit Award Beautification work on roadside North District Leisure

Services amenity areas in North Office, LCSD


Merit Award Kowloon Park Yau Tsim Mong District

Leisure Services Office, LCSD

Category : Landscape Design

Silver Award Cheung Kong Park Belt Collins Hong Kong Ltd

Merit Award Landscape Garden at Lai King Building, Architectural Services Department

Princess Margaret Hospital

Merit Award Oscar by the Sea Hong Chui Consultants Co. Ltd

Merit Award Improvement to Victoria Park Architectural Services Department

Category: Planning/Research

Merit Award Report on Trial of Wetland Plants Landscape Unit,

at the San Tin Created Wetland Highways Department

Category: Soft landscape Works

Merit Award Park Island Hong Chui Landscape Co. Ltd.

Merit Award Soft Landscape Works at Vacant Islands District Leisure Services

Government Land (Development Site of Office, LCSD

District Open Space at Area 18,

LCSD Tung Chung)

Also present at the ceremony were Director of Leisure and Cultural Services Ms Anissa Wong; Sir David Akers-Jones, patron of the Institute of Horticulture (Hong Kong); Mr Stan Fung, president of Hong Kong Institute of Landscape Architecture; and the Head of the Adjudication Panel, Professor Liu Bin-yi of Tongji University, Shanghai.

End/Friday, March 21, 2003

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