Located at the Lok Ma Chau Loop in Hong Kong, the Hong Kong-Shenzhen Innovation and Technology Park (the Park) will be developed as a key base for cooperation in scientific research, as well as providing relevant higher education, cultural and creative industries, and other complementary facilities, with a view to attracting top-tier enterprises, R&D institutions and higher education institutes from local, the Mainland and worldwide, opening up unprecedented space and exciting opportunities for the development of I&T in Hong Kong.
The world's knowledge hub and I&T centre where the best talent congregate, where the future is visualised and innovative technological solutions for tomorrow's problems are developed and tested.
The Park aims to proactively accelerate cutting edge innovation and technology in the market for the benefit of the people through:
To nurture the world's leading research institutes and innovation and technology enterprises in the Park, which in turn contributes to Hong Kong's innovation and technology development and enables Hong Kong to become globally renowned in innovation and technology
To drive ideation as well as inter-disciplinary and cross-institutional applied research between a network of brains across academia, research institute, industry, government and society
To provide an agile environment for new technology development, testing and adoption
To connect research institutes and enterprises with the Mainland and overseas countries, as well as enable deeper collaboration on innovation and technology and economic development within the GBA
To continuously nurture and cultivate I&T talent throughout the innovation and technology value chain, empowering them to thrive and accelerate innovation and technology development in Hong Kong.
The development of the Park is a large-scale and long-term project. Upon its full development, the Park will provide a gross floor area of 1.2 million sq. m, and become Hong Kong’s largest-ever I&T platform. We have commenced Batch 1 development of the Park, which comprises eight buildings estimated to be completed in phases from 2024 to 2027.