The Northern Metropolis Development Strategy – Vision and Actions

13 June 2022

The Northern Metropolis Development Strategy was published together with the Policy Address 2021 on 6 October 2021. Commentaries regarded the Development Strategy as “ground-breaking” with its “Twin Cities, Three Circles” Hong Kong/Shenzhen cross-boundary spatial framework and “visionary” with its objective of making a complete innovation and technology industry eco-system which will become the second economic engine for Hong Kong.

The speaker will focus on the proposed actions of the Development Strategy that would forge a cross-boundary spatial framework to foster Hong Kong and Shenzhen integration, and to create spatial opportunities for the making of a complete innovation and technology industry eco-system for Hong Kong by developing Hung Shui Kiu / Lau Fau Shan area as a modern service industry centre, making the San Tin Technopole as Hong Kong’s Silicon Valley, and creating possibilities for advanced manufacturing development at Heung Yuen Wai area.

CPD Code:CPD20220613S
Organised by:Hong Kong Institute of Construction Managers (HKICM),
Hong Kong Institute of Architects (HKIA)
The Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB)
Date:13 June 2022 (Monday)
Time:7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Venue:Multi-Purpose Hall, G/F Zero Carbon Building, 8 Sheung Yuet Road, Kowloon Bay, Kowloon
Speaker(s):

Professor K.K. LING

  • Professional town planner
  • Was the Director of Planning of HKSAR Government and President of the Hong Kong Institute of Planners
Language:Cantonese supplemented with English
CPD Hour(s):1.5
Enrollment Fee:Free of Charge
Deadline:9 June 2022 (Thursday)

Important Notes:

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Professor L.L. LING

Prof Ling was the President of Hong Kong Institute of Planners (2007-09), Director of Planning (2012-16) and Strategic Planning Advisor for Hong Kong/Shenzhen Cooperation (June 2021-February 2022) of the HKSAR Government.

He is the Professor of Practice (Planning) and Director of Jockey Club Design Institute for Social Innovation of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Adjunct Professor of The University of Hong Kong and The Chinese University of Hong Kong, and the Associate Fellow of the University College of Estate Management, UK.

He also serves the community as the Vice Chairman of the Hong Kong Housing Society, Director of the Cyberport Management Ltd. and Chairman of its Entrepreneurship Committee, and the Chairman of the Country and Marine Parks Board.

Mr. Damon So

Partner in the Construction and Engineering Practice of the Hong Kong office of international law firm Hogan Lovells

– One of the few lawyers listed in the “Hall of Fame” (for Construction) of Legal 500, a leading legal directory in Hong Kong and recognised as a leading individual in various
authoritative legal directories.

– Qualified as a Chartered Civil and Structural Engineer

– Member of the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (MHKIE) (Civil & Structural disciplines)

– Qualified as a solicitor

– Has undertaken a wide range of both contentious and non-contentious construction legal work in respect of both building and civil projects

– Including both pursuing and defending a number of professional negligence claims

– Acts as an arbitrator and has had substantial experience in other dispute resolution procedures including mediation

– HKMAAL Accredited Mediator and a Panel Mediator of HKIAC

– Has also spoken widely on topics relating to arbitration and construction legal issues. 

Dr Daron Leung

Dr. Daron LEUNG, Vice President of The Hong Kong Federation of Occupational Safety & Health Association, Immediate Past President of The Hong Kong Occupational Safety & Health  Association, Principal Consultant of Occupational Safety & Health & Environmental Consulting Associate Ltd.

Mr Joseph Chung

Joseph Chung is a Solicitor Advocate. He is also a registered foreign lawyer of the
Singapore International Commercial Court. He was previously a Barrister until he became a Solicitor in 2001. He is also a fellow member of the Chartered Institution of Civil Engineering Surveyors.

Joseph has extensive experience in all aspects of construction in both private and public sector work, advising developers, contractors, consultants and banks.

Over the years in his practice as a lawyer, he has been involved in many high profile construction projects, including the Hong Kong airport core project, the Express Rail Link and the Hong Kong-Macau-Zhuhui Bridge. He was involved in the Commission of Inquiry into Excess Lead found in Drinking Water in 2015/2016. He is recommended in the area of construction in the Asia Pacific Legal 500 (2014 – 2021 editions) and acknowledged as one of the leading lawyers in the area of construction in Chambers Asia Pacific (2014 – 2021 editions) and the exclusive winner of the “Construction” category in Hong Kong by the Client Choice Awards 2018 & 2021. He is also recognised as a Leading Construction & Infrastructure Litigation Lawyer (2020 – 2021) and a Leading Front End Construction, Infrastructure & Projects Lawyer (2020) by Doyle’s Guide Hong Kong.

Joseph is the co-author of the Hong Kong version of one of the leading UK construction text “Emden’s Construction Law in Hong Kong”.