Kai Tak Sports Park progress ‘adversely affected’ by Covid-19 but back on track for 2023 opening

//Kai Tak Sports Park progress ‘adversely affected’ by Covid-19 but back on track for 2023 opening

Kai Tak Sports Park progress ‘adversely affected’ by Covid-19 but back on track for 2023 opening

The Hong Kong government said it expected construction of the Kai Tak Sports Park to be completed on schedule by late 2023 and within budget, despite a coronavirus-related delay this year and any potential future problems caused by the pandemic.A spokesman for the Home Affairs Bureau said the HK$32 billion project was already “adversely delayed” earlier this year, but said developer Kai Tak Sports Park Limited (KTSPL) is back on track and is confident of fulfilling its contract to deliver…

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