Reports and research with practical and creative ideas to improve the environment on Lamma in response to requests to participate in public consultation since 2009.
This page provides a chronology of the work that was documented relating to the environment and development on Lamma Island. Our small community includes engineers, architects, town planners, landscape architects, scientists, archaeologists and consultants as well as writers, artists and artisans who were able to turn ideas into creative and practical plans and strategies for enhancing life on Lamma now and for future generations.
Over time, we found that other Lamma residents had formed similar groups and participated in the consultation process. We have included the excellent work of our predecessors, some of whom remain unknown to us, so that their ideas are available to all.
We want to provide a record of all suggestions and proposals relating to our community for the benefit of future planners and residents, and anyone who appreciates this beautiful island.
- Waste Management in Hong Kong
A District Planning Approach
Presented to KS Wong by Living Lamma
Strategy is not a Problem
2013: Blueprint for Sustainable use of Resources
2005: A Policy Framework for the Management of Municipal Solid Waste (2005T2014)
1995: Lamma Conservancy Association Community Waste Minimisation Plan
1993: Government Review of 1989 White Paper “A Green Challenge for the Community”
- Submission to the Legco Sub-Committee on Combating Fly-tipping: The Case of Yung Shue Long Valley
Also submitted to the Director of the Environmental Protection Department, 30 April 2009
Living Lamma is greatly concerned about the dumping of construction and other waste on land zoned for agricultural use on Lamma Island. A loophole in existing legislation allows these activities ...
- Response to the Consultation Document on A New Producer Responsibility Scheme on Glass Beverage Bottles
Submitted to the Environmental Protection Department (EPD)
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 something that each ...
- An Excerpt From: A Different Future for Yung Shue Wan: An Alternative Planning Approach
Submitted to Hong Kong Government, March 1995
2.0 Planning for the future
2.1 It is now widely accepted that human activities around the world are causing such large-scale damage to the global environment that it may not be able to support future generations.
2.2 In ...
- Living Lamma’s Response to the Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department’s request for responses to new agricultural policy
Once upon a time on Lamma, not very long ago…
What happened to our agricultural land? Same field, six years later, below
What happened to our ponds and streams?
What is happening to our beaches?
Living Lamma is 100% in support of policy ...
- Response to the Administration’s Proposed Legislative Amendments to “Require any person who intends to carry out depositing activity on land held under private ownership to obtain the prior written permission of all the landowner(s) concerned that bears the authority’s seal, failing which will be liable to prosecution.”
Submitted to the Legco Panel on Environmental Affairs on ...
- OBJECTION to the ‘Planning and Engineering Study on Future Land Use at Ex-Lamma Quarry Area at Sok Kwu Wan, Lamma Island – Feasibility Study’
Hong Kong Island & Islands Development Office,
Civil Engineering & Development Department,
13/F North Point Government Offices,
333, Java Road, North Point
21st March 2014
To whom it may concern:
OBJECTION to the ‘Planning and Engineering Study on Future ...
- 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
“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 achievement to be ...