The Central Police Station Revitalisation Project is an important initiative to conserve and revitalise the heritage site comprising the Central Police Station, Central Magistracy and Victoria Prison for adaptive reuse.

A partnership between the Hong Kong SAR Government and the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust, the Project aims to transform the unique cluster of historically significant buildings in Hong Kong into a centre for heritage, contemporary arts and leisure for the public to enjoy.

The site is expected to be open to the public in 2016, following the scheduled completion of revitalisation works in 2015, and subsequent fitting out and licensing arrangements by the operators. Click here for an update on revitalisation works.

the project
 
The Project includes the conservation of 16 buildings of historical or architectural significance and several open spaces on the approximately 3.37-acre site.

share a story
 
Did you ever work there? Do you know someone who used to work there? Did you ever live near there? As part of the revitalisation of the CPS, an archive of stories, photographs and objects related to the history of the site is being developed. If you have any memories to share, we would like to hear from you.