Hong Kong GeoAddress Building Lookup Service
- GeoAddress Building Lookup Service is a web service providing lookup function on Hong Kong building address records in both Chinese and English aggregated from various Government Bureaux/Departments. It aims to facilitate development of applications with the need to capture Hong Kong address information more efficiently and accurately.
- The Address Lookup Service covers most of the premises in Hong Kong, including for example private and public housing estates, commercial and industrial buildings, government buildings and offices, markets and shopping centers; and common facilities such as recreation and sports centres.
- This service also includes unofficial descriptions of buildings which are long established addresses in rural areas of the New Territories and are generally accepted by the public.
- The choice of name for a building is a matter for the owner, and at present there is no controlling legislation. The inclusion of a building name in this service confers no proprietary right to it or any part of it.
- As there are no regulations requiring owners or developers to report or register building names, the GeoAddress Building Lookup Service is not exhaustive and the accuracy of its contents cannot be guaranteed. Nonetheless, every effort has been made to include all known names and to check the correctness of entries. We welcome notifications from any source of new names, changes in existing names, the discontinuation of the use of names, and any omissions or errors in this service.
“If you don’t measure, you can’t control.”
To improve the IAQ (Indoor Air Quality) and promote public awareness of the importance of IAQ, the Government implemented an IAQ Management Programme in 2000.
One of the core tasks of the Programme is to launch a voluntary IAQ Certification Scheme for Offices and Public Places (the “IAQ Certification Scheme”).
Clean air is a critical component to our health. Indoor air quality can be degraded by these outdoor sources.
The WELL Building Standard® establishes requirements in buildings to monitor and effectively to remediate indoor air quality issues, and to inform building managers and occupants of the quality of the indoor environment.
Managing indoor air quality is an important part of operating a LEED building.
Measurements, while unable to detect infectious agents, are useful in helping building managers assess whether there is adequate ventilation in a space. The intent is to assess how well the building is performing for occupants, especially with regard to indoor air quality and comfort.
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