Notes for visit by CEDD to Lamma 11 December 2012

Notes AIMS To demonstrate opportunities for community improvement through planting and better tree care (including the proper treatment of green waste) BACKGROUND Lamma Island’s main village, Yung Shue Wan, has become shabby. Derelict construction, insensitive concrete pouring, poor maintenance, graffiti, and a lack of landscaping mar the quaint village-scape, which should greet visitors to the […]

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Notes on Lamma visit by HAD, Lands Dept & EPD Oct 2012

Joint visit to Lamma by Home Affairs Department, Lands Department and Environmental Protection Department 17th October 2012 Aims: To demonstrate to relevant government departments the need to improve Lamma’s environment by redesigning waste facilities so that they meet the requirements of the community, allowing people to dispose of their waste responsibly and recycle more. To […]

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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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Letter: Carrie Lam, Director for Development

Letter sent to Carrie Lam, Director for Development, Home Affairs Department 3rd November 2010 Dear Carrie, It was a pleasure to meet you at last week’s Sustainability Dinner. I’d like to take the opportunity to follow up with you by highlighting some of the main difficulties that we are experiencing on Lamma Island.  Though I have […]

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