HONG KONG â€“ Preliminary Planning Report
HONG KONG â€“ Preliminary Planning Report (1948)
Sir Patrick Abercrombie
Complete with three large foldout plans.
Prompted by the surge of housing demand after WWII, Abercrombie, English town planner, was commissioned by the Hong Kong government to produce this Preliminary Planning Report (otherwise known as the Abercrombie report). This concise report provided fundamental planning concepts to the decision makers, and marks the beginning of town planning in Hong Kong. An important document on the urban development of Hong Kong.