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This is the Residential Development proposal of the R (e) Zone of the Outline Zoning Plan on the Yau Tong Inland.

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Introduction

Induction This is the Residential Development proposal of the R (e) Zone of the Outline Zoning Plan on the Yau Tong Inland with Lot. No. 37, 29, 28, 24, 23, 22 and the road surrendered inside those Lots, which are located on the Junction of Cho Yuen Street, Sze Shan Street and Sam Ka Tsuen. According to the Yau Tong Outline Zoning Plan, the lots are zoned as R (e), which is a residential zoning with domestic plot ratio not more than 5 and non-domestic plot ratio not more than 1. The whole development would be designed based on the Hong Kong Planning Standards and Guidelines (HKPSG) and the Building (Planning) Ordinance. Our development would be composed of 2 60-storey buildings with maximum 944 flats, 98,500-sq.ft clubhouse and landscaped garden, and 261 units of car parking spaces. The details will be shown as follows; General Data Site Area YTIL No. 37 6,243sq.ft ( 580.00m2) YTIL No. 29 34,370sq.ft (3193.08m2) YTIL No. 28 25,070sq.ft (2329.08m2) YTIL No. 22 22,990sq.ft (2214.81m2) YTIL No. 23 17,240sq.ft (1601.65m2) YTIL No. 24 23,840sq.ft (2135.83m2) Road 15,891sq.ft (1476.32m2) Total Site 145,644sq.ft (13530.77m2) Residential Development Area per Flat Flat A: 617sq.ft (57.32m2) Flat B: 897sq.ft (83.33m2) Flat C: 888sq.ft (82.50m2) Flat D: 617sq.ft (53.32m2) Flat E: 617sq.ft (53.32m2) Flat F: 888sq.ft (82.50m2) ...read more.

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Rain, storm water would be collected through surface channels and the storm water pipes would release to nearest storm water manhole. All the design would be satisfied with the requirement of Drainage Services Department. Utilities Electricity, Town Gas, Telephone and Water Supply * All the services: electricity, town gas, telephone and water supply, have been well developed in Yau Tong before, residents could apply for the services from particular departments by normal procedures. Refuse Collection and Disposal * Sufficient place for refuse collection and disposal would be provided in a well-ventilated area so that the unpleasant smell could be easily spread out. * Property Manager would ensure all the garbage is collected daily and regularly. Fire Services * Based on the Fire Safety (Building) Ordinance, emergency lighting within the common area would be provided during the power failure and fire alarm system would also be operated to alert occupants in the event of fire. * As the subject site is a class C site, the emergency vehicle could enter the site through the Cho Yuen Street or Sze Shan Street. * Refuge Floor would locate in the 40/F in each building, trying to mitigate the spread of the fire. Design Criteria Flat Size * Our target market is for the first-hand property buyer. As a result, our development would provide 944 unit flats with size between 57.32 m2 to 83.33 m2, which could meet ...read more.

Conclusion

33176.40 (a) 615 (b) 33176.40 GFA of 1 building 33791.40 No. of building 2 Total GFA 67582.80 Site Area 13530.77 Plot Ratio 4.99 (<5) Drawings Drawing No. 1 - Master Layout Plan Drawing No. 2 - Master Layout Plan Ground Level (Car Park G/F & Main Entrance Lobby) Drawing No. 3 - Master Layout Plan Mezzanine Level (Car Park M/F) Drawing No. 4 - Master Layout Plan Upper Level (Car Park U/F) Drawing No. 5 - Master Layout Plan Level 1 (Clubhouse L/F) Drawing No. 6 - Master Layout Plan Level 2 (Clubhouse U/F) Drawing No. 7 - Master Layout Plan Section A-A Drawing No. 8 - Master Layout Plan Level 3 - Level 70 Units Floor Plan Drawing No. 1 - Master Layout Plan Drawing No. 2 - Master Layout Plan Ground Level (Car Park G/F & Main Entrance Lobby) Drawing No. 3 - Master Layout Plan Mezzanine Level (Car Park M/F) Drawing No. 4 - Master Layout Plan Upper Level (Car Park U/F) Drawing No. 5 - Master Layout Plan Level 1 (Clubhouse L/F) Drawing No. 6 - Master Layout Plan Level 2 (Clubhouse U/F) Drawing No. 7 - Master Layout Plan Section A-A Drawing No. 8 - Master Layout Plan Level 3 - Level 70 Units Floor Plan City University of Hong Kong Estate Surveying ABC Surveying Limited ~Development Proposal Document~ Page 1 of 14 ...read more.

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