Centre of Community and Place Governance (CCPG)
The Centre endeavors to engage the community through trans-disciplinary research and advocacy activities to realize visions of building, sharing and governing sustainable communities and places.
To undertake spatial and temporal comparative social, economic, psychological and geographical studies, as well as arts and planning related advocacy activities to understand the needs, aspirations and visions of members in different types of families in communities
To identify through trans-disciplinary research both strengths and weaknesses of existing modes of place governance at different geographical scales within and beyond Hong Kong;
To employ creative engagement tools to facilitate communities to generate sustainable pathways towards the realization of visions of future cities
To provide community and place governance perspectives to the works of other Centre in IOFC
Prof. MAK Winnie W. S.
Prof. TIEBEN Hendrik
Prof. TONG Yuying
Prof. WU Kaming
Prof. ZHOU Hui-quan Mary
A multi-dimensional “point-line-plane” approach for industrial heritage conservation in Hong Kong: A case study of Ma On Shan (MOS) Iron Mine, Built Heritage Conservation Fund, 2018/07-2020/07. Prinicipal Investigator: Prof. NG Mee Kam
Sustainable communities lab for people’s multifaceted well-being, Knowledge Transfer Fund, 2020/04-2021/03. Principal Investigator: Prof. NG Mee Kam