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A New Building with Sports and Recreational Facilities 

  • A  hall / gym for members and their families and friends to play basketball, volleyball, badminton, table tennis, and to house 200-300 persons for attending meetings;
  • A  table tennis  and multi-functional  room , which should be able to be converted into 8 smaller rooms for holding classes / seminars and playing  games ;
  • A  dancing room, which should be able to be sub-divided into 3 multi-functional  rooms for holding classes/seminars and playing games;
  • A  reading room.

Ancillary Facilities

  • A  mother’s room;
  • A  children’s  playroom;
  • An office to house : 

              (1) 4 workstations and 16 desks for the staff with a pantry and a common room with staff lockers;

              (2) a reception area adjacent to the above;

              (3) 3 workstations and 12 desks for the Association’s office bearers;

              (4) a clubhouse manager’s office;

              (5) a meeting room for 50 persons;

              (6) a small sitting / meeting room for 6 persons;

              (7) a strong room with computer and filing cabinets;

  • A  store room and a caretakers’ room  on each floor;
  • Toilets,  including facilities for  the disabled and kids.
  • A Chinese restaurant, which may accommodate 20 standard banquet tables with a sizeable kitchen, VIP function rooms, a manager’s room, and a staff common room;
  • A one level parking area with 30 car parking spaces.

Ancillary Facilities which you may consider

  • A café, with an outdoor area where members are allowed to bring in their pets;
  • An outdoor BBQ area adjacent to the café;
  • A gallery and a photo/video archive which showcases the history of HKCCSA and the Hong Kong Civil Service;
  • A members’ purchasing corner.

The Outdoor Facilities

  • Two open tennis courts;
  • A covered area with light sporting facilities for members, in particular the elderly;
  • A “Wall-of-fame”: a showcase of names of patrons and those  who contribute to the redevelopment of the clubhouse, including the winner of the design competition.

Finally, the old building

  • You may not consider retaining the existing building.  It is up to the designer whether they wish to retain the existing building. 


Recent Notice

Announcement of the Winner:
Ida & Billy

Though it was not an easy job for the Jury Panel to select among the design proposals of the 3 finalists one and only one winner, the Panel has tried its very best and finally selected Ida & Billy Architects Ltd. as the winner of the HKCCSA Clubhouse Redevelopment Idea Design Competition. Formal notification will be made in due course.

Exhibition of the Design Proposals of the 3 Finalists

HKCCSA also announces that an exhibition of all the 3 finalists' design proposals will be arranged from 20 - 25 November 2014 from 11:00 - 21:00 at HKCCSA Clubhouse at 8 Wylie Road, King's Park, Kowloon. Members and Friends of HKCCSA are most welcome to visit the exhibition and give your comments if any to the Association.


Result of Phase I Competition-
3 Finalists Selected

With the kind assistance of the interested parties, we have now completed Phase I Competition!

Among the 13 submissions received, Panel Members of the Competition Jury have recently interviewed 6 of them and selected at last 3 Finalists to advance to Phase II Competition.

It was not at all an easy job for the Jury! But due to the limited places available, the Jury was not able to select more.

HKCCSA is indeed impressed by all the art works presented and appreciates very much for the time and effort all of them have contributed.

The 3 Finalists are:

  • James Law Cybertecture International Ltd.
  • Wing Kwok Designers and Architects Ltd.
  • Ida & Billy Architects Ltd

In Phase II, the 3 Finalists shall develop conceptual design proposals and encouraged to supplement their team with firms specializing in other disciplines, such as landscape architecture, historic preservation and urban design, in order to best re-imagine HKCCSA’s Clubhouse and public realm within HKCCSA’s estimated budget. Each of them will be awarded 100,000 HKD for their work and design.

13 Submissions Received

As at 1 September 2014, a total of 13 statement of Interest and Qualifications Submissions have been received.

The submissions will be examined by the Penal Members of the Jury.

Possible interview and/or request for additional information may be required after the Mid-Autumn Festival holidays. If required, the lead designer of the team shall be notified by email accordingly.

Extension of Time Line of HKCCSA Clubhouse Redevelopment Idea Design Competition

For 2nd Round Q&A, please CLICK here to download.

Due to the popular demand, we have extended the deadlines for the Q&A and submissions.

Interested parties may come for the site visit at any time during our office hours until 30 August, 2014 .

For your convenience, prior arrangement is requested. Please RSVP by emailing to or

PHASE I (Revised) 
9 June, 2014 (Monday, noon)

  • Design Competition Public Invitation / Announcement

  • Question & Answers period begins

  • (questions may be sent to

21 June, 2014 to 30 August, 2014

1 August, 2014 (Friday)

  • Round 1 Question & Answers period ends. Answers to the queries will be announced on the competition website

11 August, 2014 (Friday)

  • Round 2 Question & Answers period ends. Answers to the queries will be announced on the competition website

1 September, 2014 (Monday, 17:00)

  • Statements of Interest and Qualifications Submission

8 September, 2014 (Monday, exact timing to be confirmed)

  • Possible Interviews and/or Requests for additional information