West Kowloon wants you!


The West Kowloon Cultural District Authority (WKCDA) wants your opinions on how the soon-to-be built West Kowloon Park should be operated and managed.

The 23-hectare park is set to become a major green open space in the heart of HK when it is constructed in stage from mid-2015, and will have plenty of arts and leisure facilities to boot.

From May 9 until June 29 2014, you’ll be able to complete an online questionnaire on WKCDA’s website, and tell the authority exactly how you’d like the park to be run. They’ll also be doing a series of focus group discussions.

How the WKCD Park will be operated and managed will shape the visitors’ experience, and as such this public survey will focus on the relevant matters,” says Professor John Leong Chi-yan, Chairman of the Consultation Panel of WKCDA. “We hope to create a park for everyone to share and enjoy.”

So whether you want the park to be an oasis of tranquility or an all-action, bike dog and kid friendly zone – make sure let WKCDA know about it!

Find out more at westkowloon.hk/parksurvey.

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