NT North will cover entirely the areas of To Lo Harbor, Tai Po, Lam Tsuen, Pat Heung, Kam Tin, Yuen Long, Castle Peak and Tuen Mun, This scheme will just make use of all the environmental, cultural and local features without much exploitation. On the contrary, it is the objective of the proposal to preserve the pastoral atmosphere as an attraction. The whole water system plays a major role to connect all these places – Pat Heung, Pat Heung Old Temple, Ling Ha Temple, Shek Kong, Kam Tin, Kat Hing Wai, Yi Tai Study Hall, Nam Sang Wai, Yuen Long, Mai Po Nature Reserve, Hong Kong Wetland Park, Tin Shui Wai, Tsui Sing Lau, Ping Shan Heritage Trail, Wan Fau Sin Koon, Lau Fau Shan.
Like the set up for Shing Mun River, there is a way to return its through-way function for boats. It is to build two or three small dams midway to hold water and have a traction belt to help boats cross over. Then the river will be alive again.
This cellular hopping framework exposes a promising base to set up a cycling network from Tsuen Wan to Sha Tin across New Territories.