The Hong Kong 2030 Planning Vision and Strategy sets out Hong Kong’s long-term planning strategy to guide future development to the year 2030.  The strategy recommends how the territory should respond to various social, economic and environmental needs within an economic and spatial dimension. 

Waters Economics team members were responsible for the economic planning aspects, including employment land forecasting and an employment land-use strategy, as well as the financial and economic appraisal of the strategy itself, including all major infrastructure investment over the period.

A new methodology and a complex financial and economic model were developed to assess the fiscal impacts and the overall costs and benefits to the economy from planned infrastructure investments in excess of HK$550 billion. 

Core Techniques

Fiscal Contribution | Economic Modelling | Financial Appraisal