Government Property Agency (Hong Kong)
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Government Property Agency Hong Kong

Government Property Agency
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Agency overview
FormedApril 1990 (1990-04)
JurisdictionGovernment of Hong Kong
Headquarters8-9/F, South Tower West Kowloon Government Offices,
11 Hoi Ting Road, Hoi Ting Road,,
Yau Ma Tei, Hong Kong
22°16?47?N 114°10?19?E / 22.27972°N 114.17194°E / 22.27972; 114.17194
Agency executives
  • Vincent LIU, Government Property Administrator
  • Leo CHOY, Deputy Government Property Administrator
Parent departmentFinancial Services and the Treasury Bureau

Government Property Agency (Chinese: ) or GPA is an agency under the Financial Services and the Treasury Bureau of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. Formed in April, 1990, the Agency manages the government properties which were distributed among Government Secretariat, Lands Department, and Rating and Valuation Department.


The Government Property Agency was formed in April 1990. Its main functions are to meet the needs of all bureaux and departments for joint-user general use offices and quarters; to manage government properties efficiently and cost effectively and to optimize the use of government sites and properties.

Departmental Head

, Philip Mackely (April 1990 - November 1991);

, Ian Wotherspoon (November 1991 - April 1997);

, Albert LAI (April 1997 - July 2001);

, MOK Kam-kwan (Acting, July - August 2001);

, Marina KWAN (August 2001 - June 2006);

, Keith KWOK (June 2006 - October 2011);

, Alan SIU (October 2011 - November 2015 );

, Sandy JIM (Acting, November - December 2015 );

, Tommy YUEN (December 2015 - January 2019);

, Vincent LIU (January 2019 - October 2019);

, Leo CHOY (Acting, October 2019 - November 2019);[1]

, Leonia TAI (November 2019)


  1. ^ "Government Notice Number 5920" (PDF). The Government of HKSAR Gazette. Retrieved 2019.

External links

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