The Chief Executive announced in the Policy Address 2010-11 that the Government plans to establish a statutory licensing regime for the property management industry to monitor the operation of property management companies and ensure the quality of property management services. After public consultation, the Home Affairs Bureau and Home Affairs Department introduced the Property Management Services Bill to the Legislative Council in May 2014. Upon passage of the Bill, the Property Management Services Ordinance (Cap. 626) was enacted in May 2016. Please refer to relevant websites below for details.

Property Management Services Ordinance (Cap. 626)

Property Management Services Ordinance

The Property Management Services Authority

The Property Management Services Ordinance sets out the functions and operations of the Property Management Services Authority (the Authority). Members of the Authority are appointed by the Chief Executive in accordance with the Property Management Services Ordinance. The first board of the Authority comprises 20 members from various sectors of Hong Kong, who serve for a period of three years with effect from 1 December 2016. The Authority is a self-financing statutory body supported by income generated from licence fees and levies. Its main functions are to regulate the provision of property management services through a licensing regime, promote the integrity of property management companies and practitioners, and enhance the status of the profession of property management services. For enquiries, please contact the Executive Office of the Authority –

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