Lamma Quarry EIA Response 21 March 2014

OBJECTION to the  ‘Planning and Engineering Study on Future Land Use at Ex-Lamma Quarry Area at Sok Kwu Wan, Lamma Island – Feasibility Study’‏ LETTER Hong Kong Island & Islands Development Office, Civil Engineering & Development Department, 13/F North Point Government Offices, 333, Java Road, North Point Hong Kong 21st March 2014 To whom it may […]

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Glass Recycling in Hong Kong 6 May 2013

Response to the Consultation Document on A New Producer Responsibility Scheme on Glass Beverage Bottles Submitted to the Environmental Protection Department (EPD) Background If Hong Kong is to tackle its waste problems we need to inspire change. Though some sectors of the community might take issue with bearing the cost of waste disposal, this is […]

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Lamma Sewage System 22 April 2013

Brief regarding item *IV. 355DS: Outlying Islands sewerage, stage 2 – Lamma village sewerage phase 2 Submitted to the Legco Panel on Environmental Affairs Meeting Living Lamma is a registered society concerned with improving the environment on Lamma through cleaning up rubbish and dumping and improving the design of public facilities.   In February 2010, we […]

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Lamma Quarry Report 2013

Response to the Planning & Engineering Study on Future Land use at Lamma Ex-Quarry Area at Sok Kwu Wan, Lamma Island Submitted to CEDD, Hong Kong Government, 6th February 2013 Preface “The maturity of a society is measured not just by its economic achievement but also by its appreciation of the broader environment which allowed that […]

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Response to EPD Waste Management Consultation Paper 2012

Response to Consultation Paper: Strengthening Waste Reduction: Is Waste Charging an Option? Submitted to the Environmental Protection Department (EPD) 9th April 2012 Background Living Lamma is a registered society, which exists to clean up the environment and lobby for sensitive design of public projects on Lamma Island. Lamma has chronic waste problems – the bin […]

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Response to public engagement exercise on land supply 27 March 2012

Response to CEDD’s  Stage 1 Public Engagement Exercise on: Enhancing Land Supply Strategy – Reclamation outside Victoria Harbour and Rock Cavern Development Living Lamma promotes environmental improvement and sustainable development on Lamma Island. Our group currently has more than 300 members and many more supporters in the community. We would like to respond to the […]

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Baroque on Lamma: Response to EIA Report 27th June 2011

Living Lamma’s response to the Director of Environmental Protection on the Environmental Impact Assessment for the Baroque on Lamma as part of the consultation process. Report Reference 0116093 – ESB229/2011 The Baroque on Lamma: Project Profile June 2011 The developer of the Baroque on Lamma, BoL Limited, has submitted further information to the Environmental Protection […]

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Baroque on Lamma – EIA Comments

Director of Environmental Protection Environmental Protection Department 27th Floor, Southorn Centre, 130, Hennessy Road, Wanchai eiaocomment@epd.gov.hk 23rd May 2011 Re: Comments on EIA Report Reference 0116093 – ESB229/2011 The Baroque on Lamma: Project Profile May 2011 Living Lamma promotes environmental improvement and sustainable development on Lamma Island. Our group currently has more than 300 members […]

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Baroque on Lamma – Objection to TPB 23 May 2011

Formal objection to the proposed development of South Lamma by Baroque on Lamma Secretary Town Planning Board 15th Floor, North Point Government Offices 333 Java Road, North Point, Hong Kong 23rd May 2011 Re: Objection to Development Proposal in Application No. Y/I-LI/1 To whom it may concern: We are writing to oppose the application (No. […]

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Baroque on Lamma – EIA Comments

Living Lamma Comments on EIA Report Reference 0116093 ESB229/2011 The Baroque on Lamma: Project Profile May 2011 Submitted 20th May 2011 Living Lamma exists to promote environmental improvement and sustainable development on Lamma Island. Our group currently has more than 300 members and many more supporters in the community. We believe that the impact assessment, […]

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