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 Comments on EIA 20 May 2011

Comments by Living Lamma on Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Report Reference 0116093 ESB229/2011 The Baroque on Lamma: Project Profile 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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Central Ferry Piers 4, 5 & 6 to Outlying Islands 4 May 2011

Some Observations on the Planned Redevelopment of Central Ferry Piers 4, 5 & 6 Prepared for briefing for Local Residents by CEDD, with the assistance of the Island District Office at the Lamma Island (North) Rural Committee Office The Central ferry piers are valuable sites, yet their potential is woefully under-utilised. Situated on Hong Kong’s harbourfront, […]

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Meeting: LCSD 9 March 2011

Meeting LCSD Wednesday 9th March 2011 At 10.00 am Room 1404, 14/F Harbour Building, 38 Pier Road, Central DISCUSSION POINTS What areas are LCSD responsible for on Northern Lamma? Why do LCSD areas in Yung Shue Wan seem poor in comparison to those in other locations (Sok Kwu Wan and Cheung Chau, for example)? The […]

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Cleanup Diary 4 December 2010

Path from Banyan School to Tai Peng New Village For quite some time, when coming up the hill laden down with shopping and kids, I’d been annoyed by the number of cans, plastic bottles, lunch boxes and other bits of ‘lap sap’ that had been tossed into the undergrowth off the path. Jack the Intrepid […]

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Cleanup Diary: 27 November 2010

Po Wah Yuen – sitting area by benches, beach and pagoda near O Tsai (fishermen’s village) This time the destination was the little beach on the other side of the fishermen’s village, as well as the path to, and the area around, the nearby pagoda. On the way, however, we passed by the benches at […]

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Community composting on Lamma 10 November 2010

Ideas for Sustainable Organic Waste Management at Yung Shue Wan BY DAVID SAUNDERS & BING LAW OF THE GREEN PATCH Introduction Present arrangements for municipal waste management in the community of Yung Shue Wan and district, on Lamma Island, offer ideal opportunities for development of what is known in many parts of the world as Community […]

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Cleanup Diary 6 Nov 2010

Lamma Community Beach Cleanup Nga Kau Wan It was a horrible rainy day, but nonetheless 14 people showed up for the first in a series of cleanups organized by Living Lamma members. The beach was awash with plastic bottles and polystyrene. There was also a lot of plastic sheeting, old rope and amah sacking that […]

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