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June
Home Affairs Secretary urges private sector to support greening
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Secretary for Home Affairs Dr Patrick Ho today (June 1) appealed to private developers and organisations to assist the Government in achieving its greening objectives.

"The Government's sustained greening efforts aim at significantly increasing 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 Best Landscape Award for Private Property Development.

Dr Ho believed that successful implementation and effective improvement of the overall green environment should not rely solely on the Government, but the active participation and support of different sectors of the community.

Impressed by the results of Award Scheme, he said the entries, both large-scale infrastructures and housing projects, had brought harmony to the environment. The management and maintenance professionals had provided quality landscape and pleasant greening features.

The Award Scheme is organised by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD) and co-organised by the Home Affairs Department, the Buildings Department, the Hong Kong Institute of Landscape Architects, the Institute of Horticulture (Hong Kong), the Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors, the Hong Kong Institute of Architects, the Professional Green Building Council and the Hong Kong Association of Property Management Companies.

The award scheme is divided into three categories: High-density Residential Property, Low-density Residential Property and Non-residential Property.

Belt Collins International (HK) Ltd scored both the Overall Winners of the Residential Property Category and the Non-residential Property Category with its entries King's Park Hill and Phase C1 Office Cyberport Development at Telegraphy Bay respectively.

Dr Ho also unveiled a plaque to mark the official opening of the Green Education and Resource Centre in Kowloon Park. He noted that the opening of the centre was a milestone in promoting greening effectively at different levels of the community.

The centre, managed by the LCSD, is located on the 1/F., Management Office, Kowloon Park, 22 Austin Road, Tsim Sha Tsui. The centre is equipped with such facilities as an exhibition gallery, lecture rooms, a reference library, a conference room, a horticultural workshop and an outdoor-activity area. The centre holds free exhibitions on greening regularly on horticulture and greening for the public. The centre also organises free talks to enhance the public's knowledge on greening.

Other officiating guests at the ceremonies included Director of Leisure and Cultural Services, Ms Anissa Wong; Deputy Deirector of Leisure and Cultural Services (Leisure Services), Mr Alan Siu; Honorary Adviser of Institute of Horticulture (Hong Kong), Professor Hu Shiu-ying; President of Hong Kong Institute of Landscape Architects, Mr Leslie Chan; Honorary Secretary of Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors, Mr Bernard Chan; President of Hong Kong Institute of Architects, Mr Edward Shen; Chairman of Professional Green Building Council, Professor Patrick Lau; and President of Hong Kong Association of Property Management Companies, Mr Suen Kwok-lam.

The awardees of the Best Landscape Award for Private Property Development are as follows:

Award Project Name Nominee
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A) High-density Residential Property

a) High-density Residential Property - Landscape Design

Gold Award The Parcville Hong Chui Consultants Co. Ltd.
Silver Award Liberte Belt Collins International
(HK) Ltd.
Silver Award South Horizons Belt Collins International
(Phase 2, 3 and 4) (HK) Ltd.
Merit Award Metro City Well Born Real Estate
Phase II Management Ltd.
Merit Award The Leighton Hill The Owners' Committee of the
Leighton Hill

b) High-density Residential Property - Horticultural Maintenance

Gold Award Sceneway Garden Goodwell Property Management Ltd.
Silver Award Belair Monte The Incorporated Owners of Belair
Monte / Urban Property Management
Limited
Silver Award Vista Paradiso Goodwell Property Management Ltd.
Merit Award 80 Robinson Road New Charm Management Ltd.
Merit Award Avon Park Sino Estates Management Limited
Merit Award South Horizons Oriental Landscapes Ltd.
Merit Award Villa Concerto Incorporated Owners of Villa Concerto
- Symphony Bay - Symphony Bay
Merit Award Granville Garden Well Born Real Estate Management Ltd.
Merit Award Dynasty View Sino Estates Management Limited
Merit Award 127 Repulse Bay Road Hong Chui Landscape Co. Ltd.

c) High-density Residential Property - Greening Effect

Gold Award Woodland Crest Hong Yip Service Co. Ltd.
Silver Award Regence Royale Well Born Real Estate Management Ltd.
Silver Award Richland Gardens Shui On Properties Management Limited
Silver Award Hong Kong Gold Coast Hong Kong Gold Coast Owners' Rights
Association
Silver Award Pristine Villa The Incorporated Owners of Pristine
Villa
Silver Award Dawning Views Well Born Real Estate Management Ltd.
Merit Award Mei Chung Court Hong Yip Service Co. Ltd.
Merit Award Wonderland Villas Hong Yip Service Co. Ltd.
Merit Award Vision Court Vision Court Owners' Committee
Merit Award Bauhinia Garden Shui On Properties Management Limited
Merit Award Park Vale Park Vale (Management) Limited

d) High-density Residential Property - Horticultural Feature

Gold Award DeerHill Bay Goodwell Property Management Ltd.
Silver Award Lung Tak Court Kong Shum Union Property Management
Co. Ltd.
Merit Award New Jade Nursery Hong Yip Service Co. Ltd.
Merit Award Glorious Garden Chevalier Property Management Limited
Merit Award Scenic Heights Hong Yip Service Company Limited
Merit Award Villa Esplanada Citybase Property Management Ltd.
Merit Award Metro City Phase I Well Born Real Estate Management Ltd.

B) Low-density Residential Property

Gold Award King's Park Hill Belt Collins International (HK) Ltd.

a) Low-density Residential Property - Landscape Design

Silver Award King's Park Hill Belt Collins International (HK) Ltd.
Merit Award Palm Springs Palm Springs Village Owners'
Committee - Westwood

b) Low-density Residential Property - Horticultural Maintenance

Silver Award Casa Marina Phase I Well Born Real Estate Management Ltd.
Merit Award Forest Hill The Incorporated Owners of Forest Hill

c) Low-density Residential Property - Greening Effect

Silver Award The Beverly Hills Henderson Land Development Group -
Property Management Department
Merit Award Chateau Royale Hong Yip Service Co. Ltd.

d) Low-density Residential Property - Horticultural Feature

Merit Award Beaulieu Peninsula Kai Shing Management Services Limited

C) Non-residential Property

Gold Award Phase C1 Office Belt Collins International (HK) Ltd.
Cyberport Development
at Telegraphy Bay

a) Non-residential Property - Landscape Design

Silver Award Phase C1 Office Belt Collins International (HK) Ltd.
Cyberport Development
at Telegraphy Bay
Merit Award Blue Whale Beach Hong Chui Consultants Co. Ltd.

b) Non-residential Property - Greening Effect

Silver Award Gold Coast Shopping Sino Estates Management Limited
Mall
Merit Award Corporation Park Sino Estates Management Limited

c) Non-residential Property - Horticultural Maintenance

Merit Award Millennium City 1 Sun Hung Kai Real Estate Agency
Limited

d) Non-residential Property - Horticultural Feature

Merit Award Regentville Regentville Estate Management Company
Limited (A Member of Sino Group)
Merit Award Cyberport 1 Oriental Landscapes Limited


Ends/Tuesday, June 1, 2004
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