Pier Improvement Programme
Hong Kong is home to the world-famous Geopark, marine parks, historical heritage, eco-tourism attractions, etc. However, many of these attractions are located in remote areas without road linkage and are mainly accessible by sea.
Examples of Attraction Mainly Accessible by Sea
At present, there are more than 100 public piers in Hong Kong. Although the Government has been carrying out regular inspection and maintenance to safeguard the structural safety of these piers, some of them need improvement due to the inevitable ageing problems and their inadequacy to meet the current operational needs.
Examples of Piers Need Improvement
The Development Bureau formulated the Pier Improvement Programme (PIP) in order to enhance their structural safety and improve the existing facilities as soon as possible, facilitate the public to visit the attractions, and meet the basic operational needs of villagers and fishermen. The first phase will cover the following 10 public piers in the New Territories and on the outlying islands.
Pier projects in the first phase
The Civil Engineering and Development Department (CEDD) consulted the committees of the relevant District Councils in mid 2017. Members supported the PIP and the pier projects in the first phase. CEDD have also commenced consultancy studies of the pier projects. Please click the links below for details of the consultancy studies:
|CE 33/2017 (CE)
Study for Pier Improvement at Leung Shuen Wan, Kau Sai Village, Lai Chi Chong, Sham Chung and Sam Mun Tsai – Investigation
|CE 34/2017 (CE)
Study for Pier Improvement at Yung Shue Wan, Shek Tsai Wan, Yi O and Ma Wan Chung – Investigation
|CE 2/2018 (CE)
Study for Pier Improvement at Lai Chi Wo and Tung Ping Chau – Investigation
|(To be provided later)|
Examples of Previous Piers Improvement Projects