Public housing estates in Ngau Chi Wan

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The following shows the public housing estates in Ngau Chi Wan, Wong Tai Sin District, Kowloon, Hong Kong.

History[edit]

Overview[edit]

Name Type Inaug. No Blocks No Units Notes
Choi Fai Estate 彩輝邨 Public 1995 2 1,351
Choi Fung Court 彩峰苑 HOS 1997 1 608
Choi Hung Estate 彩虹邨 Public 1962 11 7,448
Choi Wan (I) Estate 彩雲(一)邨 Public 1979 16 5,923
Choi Wan (II) Estate 彩雲(二)邨 Public 1978 5 2,969
Fu Shan Estate 富山邨 Public 1978 3 1,584
Grand View Garden 宏景花園 PSPS 2000 6 2,230
King Hin Court 瓊軒苑 HOS 2002 1 344
King Lai Court 瓊麗苑 HOS 1989 2 700
King Shan Court 瓊山苑 HOS 1982 6 1,584
Kingsford Terrace 嘉峰臺 PSPS 2003 5 2010
Sun Lai Garden 新麗花園 PSPS 1985 3 600

Choi Hung Estate[edit]

Main article: Choi Hung Estate

Choi Wan Estate, Choi Fai Estate, Choi Fung Court[edit]

Main article: Choi Wan Estate

Fu Shan Estate[edit]

Fu Shan Estate

Fu Shan Estate (Chinese: 富山邨) is located in Diamond Hill, between Hammer Hill and Tsz Wan Shan and near Diamond Hill Crematorium (Chinese: 鑽石山火葬場).[1][2][3] It consists of 3 Old Slab blocks built in 1978.

Name[4] Type Completion
Fu Lai House Old Slab 1978
Fu Shun House
Fu Yan House

Grand View Garden[edit]

Grand View Garden (left)

Grand View Garden (Chinese: 宏景花園) is a Private Sector Participation Scheme court in Diamond Hill, near Fu Shan Estate. It was jointly developed by the Hong Kong Housing Authority and Chun Wo Group.[5] It has six blocks completed in 2000.

Name[6] Type Completion
Tower 1 PSPS 2000
Tower 2
Tower 3
Tower 4
Tower 5
Tower 6

King Hin Court[edit]

King Hin Court

King Hin Court (Chinese: 瓊軒苑) is a Home Ownership Scheme court in Diamond Hill, near Fu Shan Estate. It has only one block completed in 2002.[7] However, the sales of the court was suspended after the government announced the suspension of HOS courts afterwards.[8] During the SARS outbreak in 2003, the court was furnished as temporary quarters for frontline medical staff in order to minimize the chance of infection among them and their families.[9] It was re-sold under the Sales of Surplus HOS Flats Phase 4.[10]

Name[11] Type Completion
King Hin Court New Cruciform Block 2002

King Lai Court[edit]

King Lai Court (Chinese: 瓊麗苑) is a Home Ownership Scheme court in Diamond Hill, near King Shan Court and Kingsford Terrace. It has two blocks built in 1989.

Name[12] Type Completion
King Cheong House NCB 1989
King Tai House

King Shan Court[edit]

King Shan Court (Chinese: 瓊山苑) is a Home Ownership Scheme court in Diamond Hill, near Fu Shan Estate. It has six blocks built in 1982 and it is the earliest HOS court built in Diamond Hill.

Name[13] Type Completion
King Fung House Flexi 1 1982
King Pik House
King Kui House
King Ying House
King Yiu House
King Wai House

Kingsford Terrace[edit]

Kingsford Terrace

Kingsford Terrace (Chinese: 嘉峰臺) is a Home Ownership Scheme and Private Sector Participation Scheme court in Ngau Chi Wan, near King Lai Court, which was jointly developed by Hong Kong Housing Authority and New World Development. It has totally 5 blocks built in 2003.[14] However, its sales was suspended after the Hong Kong SAR Government announced the suspension of selling HOS courts. In 2004, the Government spent HK$1.4 billion to buy back all the flats of the court from New World Development.[15] In 2007, the flats were re-sold to public through the Sales of Surplus HOS Flats Phase 1 and 2.[16][17]

Name[18] Type Completion
Block 1 PSPS 2003
Block 2
Block 3
Block 4
Block 5

Sun Lai Garden[edit]

Sun Lai Garden (Chinese: 新麗花園) is a Home Ownership Scheme and Private Sector Participation Scheme court in Ngau Chi Wan, near King Hin Court and Grand View Garden. It was jointly developed by Hong Kong Housing Authority and Sun Hung Kai Properties. It has 3 blocks completed in 1985.

Name[19] Type Completion
Block 1 PSPS 1985
Block 2
Block 3

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