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CCFS Awarded Projects

Rural Urban Lab and Division of Landscape Architecture are among the 10 winners of this year’s Countryside Conservation Funding Scheme (CCFS), launched by the HKSAR Government to promote the sustainable conservation and revitalisation of the remote countryside. In addition to two other CCFS projects awarded in 2020-21, by Centre for Chinese Architecture and Urbanism and Social Infrastructure for Equity and Wellbeing Lab respectively, FoA has received close to HK$9M funding from the government scheme:

2021-22

 

    • ‘Village Commoning: Developing a Community-led Model in Countryside Revitalisation’, by Vincci Mak (Principal Investigator), together with Dr Cecilia Chu and Maxime Decaudin of Division of Landscape Architecture, proposes village revitalisation that attends to the needs and aspirations of local villagers and engages them throughout the process.

      Vincci Mak (PI, centre), together with team members Dr Cecilia Chu and Maxime Decaudin
      Vincci Mak (PI, centre), together with team members Dr Cecilia Chu and Maxime Decaudin

 

2020-21

 

 

Established under the Countryside Conservation Office in 2019, the CCFS supports non-profit-making organisations with funding on projects about nature conservation management, restoration of built heritage, cultural rehabilitation/revitalisation, and countryside conservation and revitalisation in Hong Kong’s rural hinterland.

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