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With the needs of owners in mind, the Building Rehabilitation Platform is engaging in active discussion and investigation with the industry on the setup of a cost reference centre, with a view to carry out thorough examination, analysis and organisation on costs through work contract sums of buildings with previously completed rehabilitation works, thereby providing cost ranges and fund usage guidelines for major rehabilitation work projects for common areas of buildings (e.g. repair of concrete, repainting and repair of external walls, replacement of drainage pipes, etc.) for owners’ reference and analysis. For details, please stay tuned with future announcements on this website.
Refences on total work contract sums and major rehabilitation work projects of buildings participated in rehabilitation schemes organised by the URA are now also available on this website. While the costs shown are considered by independent consultants of the URA to be accord with market prices, it should be noted that such information is a record of the actual work costs when relevant works were being carried out at such buildings and does not reflect any adjustments based on factors such as inflation. Owners may also apply filters with default options provided by us (e.g. district, number of units and category of work project, etc.) to search for information of buildings similar to the one in which you currently live.
1. The above information is for general reference only. No express or implied warranty is given to the accuracy or completeness of the above information or its appropriateness for use in any particular circumstances. URA is not responsible for any loss or damages whatsoever arising from any cause whatsoever in connection with the above information or with this web site. URA reserves the right to make any amendment to the above information.
2. The Owners' Corporation (OC) / owners should bear in mind that the building rehabilitation cost is affected by various factors including but not limited to the scope of works and the scale of repair items , building size, building conditions and its state of maintenance and repair, choice of building materials used, and the prevailing market conditions of the trade, etc. In appointing suitable registered contractors, OCs / owners should obtain tender quotations from different registered contractors in an open tender for cost reference and analysis under proper professional cost advice and guidance from Authorized Person and / or other Building Professionals.