Real Estate Management and Development
Company Overview of Urban Renewal Authority
Urban Renewal Authority engages in the redevelopment, rehabilitation, revitalization, and heritage preservation of properties to promote urban renewal in Hong Kong. The company was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in Central, Hong Kong.
183 Queen's Road
Founded in 2001
Key Executives for Urban Renewal Authority
Interim Managing Director, Non-Executive Director, Chairman of Development Project Objecction Consideration Committee, Chairman of Ad-Hoc Committee On New Strategies and Member of Review Committee
General Manager of Financial Planning & Accounting
Director of Corporate Communications
Director of Human Resource
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Urban Renewal Authority Key Developments
Urban Renewal Authority Appoints Mr. Daniel Lam Chun as Managing Director, with Effect from June 15, 2015
Jun 12 15
The Urban Renewal Authority (URA) announced the Government's appointment of Mr. Daniel Lam Chun as Managing Director of the URA for an interim period of 10 months with effect from 15 June 2015. During his term as non-executive director, Mr. Lam was the Chairperson of the Ad-hoc Committee on New Strategies set up under the URA Board to review the challenges and the way forward for urban renewal in Hong Kong. He was also the Chairperson of the Development Project Objection Consideration Committee of the URA Board and former Chairperson of the Wan Chai District Advisory Committee of the URA.
Urban Renewal Authority Appoints Pius Cheng Kai-Wah as Executive Director (Commercial and Operations)
Dec 31 13
The Government announced that the Chief Executive had, on the recommendation of a selection panel, appointed Mr. Pius Cheng Kai-wah as Executive Director (Commercial and Operations) of the Urban Renewal Authority (URA) for a term of three years. The appointment will take effect on January 1, 2014. Mr. Cheng is currently Director, Corporate and Legal Services of the URA.
The South Australian Government Extends Joint Venture Between CIC Australia Ltd and Urban Renewal Authority
Dec 4 13
The South Australian Government has approved the extension of the joint venture (JV) between CIC Australia Ltd. and Urban Renewal Authority (URA) to incorporate an adjoining parcel of land, previously the Ross Smith Secondary School site. Development of this site will provide for a community facility, up to 162 residential blocks (including affordable housing), and four commercial blocks in its highly successful "Lightsview" development. The extension of the JV covers a further 11.27 hectares of adjacent land at the infill suburb of Northgate, just 8km from the Adelaide CBD. The existing JV was originally established following CIC's successful expression of interest bid in 2006.
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