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Tai Kwun – Central Police Station Revitalisation Project

A partnership between The Hong Kong Jockey Club and the Hong Kong SAR Government, the Central Police Station (CPS) Revitalisation Project is an important initiative to conserve and revitalise the heritage site comprising the former Central Police Station, Central Magistracy and Victoria Prison for adaptive reuse. It aims to transform the historic site into a leading culture and leisure destination, where heritage, contemporary art and leisure elements are creatively integrated for all to enjoy.

The Hong Kong Jockey Club, through its Charities Trust, set up The Jockey Club CPS Limited, a not-for-profit company which provides heritage interpretation programmes across the site and collaborates closely with local and overseas art communities as partners in presenting contemporary art programmes. And as a reminder of its historic importance, it will be operated under the name of Tai Kwun, the old colloquial name when it was an integrated law enforcement and judiciary compound.

To learn more about Tai Kwun and the revitalisation project, please visit http://www.taikwun.hk.

Latest Activities

Tai Kwun announces the first batch of leisure service operators

Following the formation of programming teams to plan heritage interpretation and art activities, Tai Kwun, the operator of the revitalised ...

08/12/2015
Open call for an art exhibition and request for retail proposals at revitalised heritage site - The Jockey Club CPS Limited will operate as Tai Kwun Centre for Heritage and Art

The Jockey Club CPS Limited, the not-for-profit operator of the Central Police Station revitalisation project, today announced that it is inviting proposals from art groups and organisations for a Hong Kong contemporary art exhibition at its galleries in 2017.

06/11/2015
Operator for Food & Beverage and Catering Services Invited for Heritage Revitalisation Project

The Jockey Club CPS Limited (JCCPS) today announced an Expression of Interests (EOI) exercise for parties interested in operating two food and beverage (F&B) outlets and catering services ...

03/07/2015
Senior staff and advisors appointed for heritage project

Following the announcement on the operating model for the Central Police Station Revitalisation Project in February 2015, The Jockey Club CPS Limited ...

17/04/2015
Retail Operators Invited for Central Police Station Revitalisation Project

An expression of interest (EOI) for retail operators at the Central Police Station (CPS) compound is open from today (6 March) to 5 June 2015. The EOI exercise will allow The Jockey Club CPS Limited (JCCPS) to gauge the level of market interest ...

06/03/2015
Operating model announced for heritage revitalisation project

The Jockey Club CPS Limited (JCCPS) made an announcement on the operating model for the Central Police Station (CPS) Revitalisation Project today. The project aims to transform the CPS site into a culture and leisure destination where heritage, contemporary art and leisure elements will be ...

17/02/2015
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