Seminar series – A review of the development of Kai Tak Area since the removal of the airport

Seminar series – A review of the development of Kai Tak Area since the removal of the airport

Date     :  06 Sep 2022 (Tuesday)

Time     : 19:00 to 21:30 

Venue   :  On-line webinar (Confirmation with zoom link will be sent to successful applicant before the seminar, 2.5 hours of CPD Certification will send to participant who is registered before the seminar.)

Charge  : Free of charge

Language : Chinese, presentation material mainly in English

Speaker    : Ir Raymond Wong Wai-man, retired academic from City University of HK

Duration    : There will have two discussion sessions in this seminar series, each session in 2.5 hours duration, including a short break and Q & A.

Session Part 1: 06 Sep 2022 (Tue.)

Session Part 2: 20 Sep 2022 (Tue.) registration link to be provided at the next flyer

Abstract:  The land of the previous Kai Tak Airport has been idled without much noticeable work activities being done since its removal after July 1998. This is not exactly true. In fact, there were still quite a number of minor works being carried out stage by stage in order to prepare for the final kick-off of the forth-coming developments.

The first major project that came up on the ground of Kai Tak appeared in 2010, when the contract for the construction of the Cruise Terminal being signed. Soon after that, it came the MTR Shatin Central Link project with works commenced in 2013.

In the years that followed Kai Tak got much busier for the launching of many other projects, which included the improvement of the Kai Tak River, the Truck Road No. 2 and the Central Kowloon Link projects, as well as in a much larger-scale, the Kai Tak Sport Park. Not to mention there are more than twenty building projects for public housing, private residential and commercial developments that started construction soon after 2010.

This seminar series contains 2 sessions, Part 1 and 2. Our speaker, Ir Raymond Wong, will give an overview of Kai Tak developments since 2000. Below is the detail of the seminar series.

session part 1 Seminar (6/9/2022)– a thorough description of what had happened in Kai Tak since the removal of the airport up to 2015.

session part 2 Seminar (20/9/22) – ditto, all major projects being done or still in work progress after 2015 till now.

Supporting Organization (Alphabetical order):

-Australian Institute of Building ( HK )
-Hong Kong Industrial Safety Association
-Plumbing Technology Student Association
-Research Institute for Land and Space
-The Chartered Institute of Building

Note for Registration Online Seminar: -

1.       Closing Date for Registration: 12:00 noon, 2 Sep 2022

2.       Only available for online registration

3.       Confirmation with online link will be sent to successful applicant before the seminar.

4.       The webinar is free of charge and 2.5 hour of CPD e-certification will be sent to eligible attendees who have attended over 80% of CPD session.

5.       Participants will receive an acknowledgement for the Seminar enrolment by e-mail.

6.       The number of participants is restricted to about 100. Applications will be dealt with on a first-come, first-served basis. The Institute reserves the right not to admit an applicant.

7.       The Institute reserves the right to alter the details of this Seminar such as change of time, date, venue and speaker or to cancel the Seminar in case of need.

8.       For enquiries, please contact: Secretariat ICWCI(HK) Tel: 6172 6692 or HKICW Tel: 2815 7030

9.       Personal data provided on the enrolment form will be used by the Institute for purposes relating to this Seminar.

10.     The organizers reserve all the rights for final decision of the sharing webinar without prior notice.

11.     Participants attendance validated under full name shows on the webinar.

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