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Kai Tak Sports Park Project: Initial Non-binding Expressions of Interest sought

The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, acting through the Home Affairs Bureau, have launched a new website for the Kai Tak Sports Park Project, through which initial non-binding Expressions of Interest (EoI’s) are being sought.

The design for the Kai Tak Sports Park contemplates delivery of an international-grade sports stadium, with a 50,000-seat capacity, which will provide an exceptional experience for spectators.

The Main Stadium will incorporate state-of-the-art technology and provide a wide range of seating and hospitality options. Other facilities will include a Public Sports Ground, an Indoor Sports Centre, a Hotel, an Office Block and a sports-themed destination shopping centre.

The Home Affairs Bureau seeks to partner with a consortium that shares their vision for this project, to deliver a vibrant Sports Park for the people of Hong Kong. Parties interested in the provision of design, construction, commercial and/or operational expertise to the Project are encouraged to register non-binding EoI’s on the Project website.

The Project website is available at: where companies can register their initial, non-binding expression of interest by clicking the tab ‘Register Business Interest’. On receipt of this registration, further relevant details will be provided.

The deadline for EoI’s to be submitted by is 8 July, 2016.

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We will obviously make sure to keep you updated via the website and weekly digest as more details on the Project are confirmed and we should have some exciting news RE: the Kai Tak Sports Park Project and our Stadia & Arena Asia Pacific 2016 event within the coming days, so watch this space!

Images: Copyright © 2016 Kai Tak Sports Park Project.