Stop The Mess – H – Tai Wan To

5. Tai Wan To

REF: TWT0010210

Old furniture and other items outside house at Tai Wan To.

Responsibility: This is likely private land, but it is very much on public view. Living Lamma would like to discuss strategies for clearing up these types of areas with different government departments to find out what is possible.

REF: TWT0020210

Metal frame off the path near the toufu place at Tai Wan To.

Responsibility: FEHD (furniture?)

REF: TWT0030210

The bin area at Tai Wan To. The area behind the bin is full of rusty metal and other items that seemed to have missed the bins. There is also an old sign, still in its concrete.

Responsibility: Lands Department, FEHD, LCSD

REF: TWT0040210

Pipes and digital TV receiver behind the bins at Tai Wan To.

Responsibility: Lands Department, EPD, FEHD

REF: TWT0050210

Metal pipes, rebar, metal cage next to path opposite 12 Tai Wan To.

Responsibility: Lands Department

REF: TWT0060210

Construction waste dumped on the path at 12 Tai Wan To (now cleared).

Responsibility: What can be done to stop this happening?

REF: TWT0070210

Polystyrene waste next to the fenced garden adjacent to 12 Tai Wan To.

Responsibility: Which department is responsible for polystyrene waste?

REF: TWT0080210

Wood and concrete – perhaps part of a derelict structure off the path near lamppost 34489 at Tai Wan To. Can this area be cleared?

Responsibility: Lands Department

REF: TWT0090210

A disused telephone pole near lamppost 34489 left behind when new poles were installed. This seems to be a common problem on Lamma and happens too with water pipes – old ones are left to rust when new ones are put in.

Responsibility: Lands Department? PCCW?

REF: TWT0100210

Sign and other bits of waste left behind off the cable road near power station beach.

Responsibility: Kaden

REF: TWT0110210

Wood, plastic barrel and polystyrene off the cable road opposite the power station beach.

Responsibility: Lands Department

REF: TWT0120210

The railings near power station beach at Tai Wan To are in a dangerous state. Why have these not been properly maintained? Can they be repaired and repainted immediately?

Responsibility: Lands Department?

REF: TWT0130210

Rusty base of the railings at Tai Wan To.

Responsibility: Lands Department

REF: TWT0140210

Stinking nullah at Tai Wan To. Is this cleaned? Can it be made to look more attractive?

Responsibility: Which department is responsible? DSD?

REF: TWT0150210

Railing completely rusted off its base and lying in the nullah. This needs immediate repair.

Responsibility: Lands Department?

REF: TWT0160210

Rusty wok and metal frame near house by cable road at Tai Wan To.

Responsibility: What can be done to encourage the clean up of this area, which is on private land and on public view?

REF: TWT0170210

Pile of rubbish at same location as above, viewed from public path.

Responsibility: Can government departments do anything to improve these areas?

REF: TWT0180210

Oil drum and polystyrene boxes at the same location as above, viewed from public path.

Responsibility: Likely to be private land, but how can a clean up be encouraged?

REF: TWT0190210

Rusting railings on near farmer’s field at lamppost number 45424.

Responsibility: Lands Department?

REF: TWT0200210

Rusting railings near farmer’s field at lamppost number 45424.

Responsibility: Lands Department?

 

REF: TWT0210210

Pile of rubbish in the farmer’s field viewed from path.

Responsibility: How can this be handled sensitively and cleaned up?

REF: TWT0220210

Pile of rubbish at farmer’s field near lamppost 45423.

Responsibility: ?