A group of conservationists, architects and urbanists has urged Hong Kong heritage authorities to declare a century-old service reservoir a monument ahead of a meeting of the Antiquities Advisory Board (AAB) next month.The group has released a research report on the striking colonial structure at Bishop Hill in Shek Kip Mei that came to light in December last year. The report has been published by tour organisation Walk In Hong Kong.Members of the group, some of whom are graduates of the…



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