Hong Kong’s Anglican Church cleared a major hurdle in its bid to build a 25-storey private hospital in the city’s business hub, after the town planning watchdog on Friday shot down a government proposal to impose a lower height limit on the building.The Town Planning Board agreed to stipulate a height limit equivalent to around 25 storeys on the historic Bishop’s House compound in Central, where the Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui – as the church is known locally – wanted to build the not-for-profit…