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Submission for 7 Historic Buildings | Result of Selection

Result of Selection

The Advisory Committee on Revitalisation of Historic Buildings (ACRHB) has completed assessment of the proposals submitted for revitalising the 7 historic buildings under Batch I of the Revitalising Historic Buildings Through Partnership Scheme (the Scheme). The Secretary for Development has accepted the ACRHB’s recommendation and given the approval-in-principle to the selected non-profit-making organizations.

Results of Selection

Since the Scheme started in February 2008, the response from the non-profit-making organisations has been overwhelming and a total of 114 applications were received for the 7 Batch I historic buildings under the Scheme. After months of hardwork by the ACRHB, the following 6 revitalisation projects were selected :

Historic Building
Project Selected
NPO Selected
Old Tai O Police Station Tai O Heritage Hotel Hong Kong Heritage Conservation Foundation Ltd
Fong Yuen Study Hall "Fong Yuen Study Hall" – Tourism and Chinese Cultural Centre cum Ma Wan Residents Museum Social Service Department, Yuen Yuen Institute
Lai Chi Kok Hospital Hong Kong Cultural Heritage Hong Kong Institution for Promotion of Chinese Culture
Lui Seng Chun Hong Kong Baptist University Chinese Medicine and Healthcare Centre – Lui Seng Chun Hong Kong Baptist University
North Kowloon Magistracy SCAD Hong Kong Campus SCAD Foundation (HK) Ltd
Mei Ho House Mei Ho House as City Hostel Hong Kong Youth Hostel Association

Roving Exhibitions of Selected Projects

The Development Bureau had organised roving exhibitions of the selected projects at the following venues :

Location
Date

Hong Kong Heritage Discovery Centre,
Kowloon Park, Tsim Sha Tsui

20 February - 22 March 2009
Discovery Park, Tsuen Wan
26 – 29 March 2009

Dragon Centre, Sham Shui Po

2 – 5 April 2009
Olympian City 2, Tai Kok Tsui
16 – 19 April 2009
Tai Po Mega Mall, Tai Po
23 – 26 April 2009
Hong Kong Central Library, Causeway Bay
27 – 30 April 2009