YAU Tik Shan 游廸珊

Research Projects

  • Study on a Sustainable Urban Development at Yau Tong, Victoria Harbour
  • CHAU Kwai, Cheong LAI Pong, Wai LEE Wai Ying Joanna, LEUNG Wai Han Maggi, SHEN Jianfa, YAU Tik Shan
    1 December 2004
    Main Wealth Development Limited

    Project Objectives
    Overall Objectives:
    - To conduct a sustainability study in order to make the Yau Tong Bay Development into a model for sustainability.
    Specific objectives:
    - To review the EIA report of the proposed reclamation and Yau Tong Bay Development in the light of sustainability concept
    - To develop sustainability framework and action plan for construction and operation phases of the proposed reclamation and development
    - To performance independent checking/audit of implementation of the sustainability action plan
    - To recommend any additional works for attaining the goal to making Yau Tong Bay Development a model for sustainability
    - Workshop Plan: We will prepare a workshop plan in liaison with the Client, including venue, programme, logistic arrangement, list of intended participants and key issues to be addressed. Briefing notes and presentations will be prepared by the Consortium and/or their consultants
    - Stakeholders Workshop: We will host the workshop at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and facilitate discussions and consensus building
    - Summary Report of Workshop Findings: We will prepare and circulate the finalized summary report to all workshop participants
    - Sustainability Framework: This will include the sustainability themes identified and agreed by the multi-stakeholders, the sustainability checklists for project implementation and the goals, actions and targets identified during the development of the sustainability themes.
    - Sustainability Action Plans for Project Implementation: Sustainability action plans for the implementation work packages during various phases such as reclamation, land remediation and development will be developed. The timing of this deliverable however is subject to the decision on the project implementation and hence cannot be determined at this stage
    - Independent checking reports: We will report on the success/failure of implementation of the action plan and recommend remediation if necessary. The submission schedule will be determined when the construction and operation programmes are better known. (SS04844)

  • Tsuen Wan District Council Tourism Study
  • CHAU Kwai Cheong, LAI Pong Wai, LEE Wai Ying Joanna, YAU Tik Shan
    1 January 2005
    Tsuen Wan District Council

    1. Study Objectives
    As a result of the shift of manufacturing industries to the Pearl River Delta north of the HKSAR border, Tsuen Wan District has become more a commercial and residential area in the past decade. The Tsuen Wan District has excellent transport link to the urban centers in Kowloon and Hong Kong, as well as the International Airport. At the same time, the District has a rich cultural heritage and with the backdrop of the Tai Mo Shan Country Park, valuable scenic and ecological assets. The Tsuen Wan District Council has been working to develop tourism within the District, making best use of its cultural and natural heritages. The proximity of the District to the Disneyland International Theme Park in Lantau Island, together with the infrastructural linkage of the theme park to Tsuen Wan, offer excellent opportunities for new tourism based development in the District.
    The objectives of the study include: (a) To review the existing urban, commercial, cultural and natural assets in Tsuen Wan
    (b) To prepare an outline strategy to make best use of these assets, with enhancement as necessary, in order to capture the opportunities offered by the Disneyland International Theme Park
    (c) To help shape a sustainable tourism development plan for the Tsuen Wan District
    2. Time frame of Study
    This study will take approximately 3 months to complete. We understand that the Tusen Wan District Council wishes to complete the study before end of 10 March 2005. We would endeavor to complete the outline strategy to meet the expected schedule
    3. Deliverable
    A Study Report written in English and Chinese will be submitted before 10 March 2005. The report will include an update of the Comprehensive Tourism Development Plan for Tsuen Wan, complete with planning goals, tourism resource analysis and an outline strategic implementation plan, will be submit at the end of the study. Development priorities will be set by incorporating the important concept of sustainability. One hard copy, together with the soft copy of the report will be submitted. Printing of the report will be undertaken by the Tsuen Wan District Council. (SS04361)

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