Civic Party strongly regrets that the Administration was unable today to confirm the three statements proposed by Local Action at the forum at Queen’s Pier, namely that:
1. There is no conflict between the reinstatement of Queen’s Pier in situ, the construction of a P2, and the development schedule for Central;
2. That Edinburgh Place is a public venue of historic significance, and was designed to include Queen’s Pier and City Hall;
3. That the Government commits itself to making Edinburgh Place including Queen’s Pier and City Hall the starting point for the planning of Central.
Civic Party now urges all parties to ensure a peaceful settlement on the commencement of the underground construction work, including the unfortunate demolition of Queen’s Pier, as agreed by the Legislative Council.
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