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Government Property Agency

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Address: 38/F, Revenue Tower, 5 Gloucester Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

Contact: 

Senior Building Supervisor (PM)K
Tel:2594 5967
Fax:2596 0859

Venues/Facilities: 

Common areas of government joint-user buildings

How To Apply: 

Send in the application form at least 10 clear working days in advance of the filming date with information on the location, date, time, synopsis of the film, size of the crew, use of government power supply and details of the use of any explosives and/or inflammable materials.

Fees: 

$7,000 (basic charge) for the first 4 hours, $1,770 for each subsequent 4-hour block and a refundable deposit equal to the fees payable. Both are to be paid by cashier order at least 2 clear working days before filming.
If extra government personnel is required to assist in the filming, the actual cost plus overheads will be charged.
If the number of film crew members exceeds 30 and/or the property has been vacant and not manned by security guards, the applying company has to engage a security guard to monitor the filming at its own cost from the relevant property management agent via the Government Property Agency :
Urban areas : $500/ guard (per 8-hour block)
Remote areas : $650/ guard (per 8-hour block)

Remarks: 

The Government Property Agency may provide suggestions of suitable vacant premises for location shooting upon request.


Compliments to the government and public bodies that have agreed to consider applications to hire premises or facilities under their management for location filming.
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