Any misconduct will result in recovery and telemarketing list criminal prosecution. The land lease for the 172-hectare Fanling Golf Course expired yesterday (31 August 2020). There is no news of any contract renewals. 118478389_3361140337315349_8036511657738 The research institute searched the records today and found nothing. The public doesn't know anything about the land price and terms, and even the column "Contract pending registration" is empty. Does it mean that the government has secretly renewed the contract for the stadium? Government please clarify: Land price: Has the valuable land of 172 hectares continued to be granted at low prices for the rich to beat the waves? Duration: How many years is the new land lease signed? If the tenure of the land lease is the same as the last 21 years, after 2026/27, will it not be necessary to follow the policy of "paying one-third of the market value"? Housing development: 32 hectares of land for housing development has a three-year "transition period".
What are the details? Will it be three years and three years? Open policy: Has there been a new clause requiring the stadium to no longer "pretend to be open" for public use? I will continue to only open weekdays, sunrise and sunset times, so why not play golf, and there will be no time for working people to go to the public? Open data: Is there a new clause that allows the government to open the stadium to the Civil Affairs Bureau to provide quarterly reports on usage? In the past, the government took advantage of the terms and used "third-party information" to refuse to publish the quarterly report, so that the public could not know the specific use of the stadium's land use.