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We serve as a platform to bring different sectors - the government, businesses, professionals, and civil society - together and facilitate partnership to move projects forward.

We adopt and promote a bottom-up approach with ground-level involvement from residents for the benefits of the community, as we believe they know best about what is needed.

We activate the community’s capacity to redefine a space by public education, knowledge transfer and network building.

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We serve as a platform to bring different sectors - the government, businesses, professionals, and civil society - together and facilitate partnership to move projects forward.

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We adopt and promote a bottom-up approach with ground-level involvement from residents for the benefits of the community, as we believe they know best about what is needed.

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We activate the community’s capacity to redefine a space by public education, knowledge transfer and network building.

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Land Resources Directory

Of the total Hong Kong land area of 1,111 km2, only about 25% is built-up area. "Land shortage" has long been a topic across the city; but in fact, there are pockets of vacant and underused sites of various sizes across the territory. The Land Resources Directory aims to reveal and explore these hidden gems with you.

690+
Vacant Sites
30+
Vacant School
Premises
CollaborateHK has all the ingredients for an exciting and empowering platform for local non-profits to take their aspirations to the next level; the dedicated and flexible team has shown all the know-how and savvy required to engage sincerely with all sides of the political landscape.

Mike He
CHK design advisor/ Founder, the Office as a Project
We have taken CollaborateHK’s advice to consult community members of their needs, and with the support of different professionals lined up by the platform, our plan of fencing-off the community space has gained clarity and a wider scale of community support.

Katty Law
Convener, Friends of the 30 Houses Neighbourhood
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