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June 30th, 2011
New HK Street Index & New Territories Lot/Address Table

     The Street Index and the CRT are designed to facilitate land searches of properties by correlating available property addresses and building names with lot numbers. The new editions will go on sale next Monday (June 27). Each costs $250 per compact disc.

     Since the 42nd edition of the Street Index, 536 amendments have been made and seven new streets and 58 new lots/sections/subsections have been added. In the CRT, 2,923 amendments have been made and 27 new streets and 1,465 new lots/sections/subsections have been added since the 11th edition.  

     Licences for the use of the 43rd edition of the Street Index and the 12th edition of the CRT on computer networks are also available for sale. Licence fees are $2,000 for computer networks linked to less than 50 terminals and $4,000 if linked to 50 terminals or more. Read More