Ap Lei Chau Estate (Chinese: 鴨脷洲邨) is a public estate in Ap Lei Chau. It was the first public housing estate in Ap Lei Chau. Completed in two phases in 1980 and 1982 respectively, the estate consists of 8 residential blocks providing 4,453 flats. It was one of the public housing estates built from 1980 to 1982 to accommodate people affected by a major fire in Aberdeen Typhoon Shelter.
Lei Tung Estate (Chinese: 利東邨) is a mixed public and Tenants Purchase Scheme (TPS) estate in Ap Lei Chau. Built at a hill called Yuk Kwai Shan, it is the second public housing estate in Ap Lei Chau. It is developed into a self-contained community with various kinds of recreational and commercial facilities. It consists of 8 residential blocks with 2 blocks of Trident I type and 6 blocks of Trident II type, built between 1987 and 1988 with a total of about 7,500 units. In 2004, some of the flats were sold to tenants through Tenants Purchase Scheme Phase 6A.
Wah Fu Estate (Chinese: 華富邨) is a public estate located by the Kellett Bay, Pok Fu Lam. Divided into Wah Fu (I) Estate (Chinese: 華富(一)邨) and Wah Fu (II) Estate (Chinese: 華富(二)邨), the whole estate has a total of 18 residential blocks completed between 1967 and 1978.
Yue Fai Court (Chinese: 漁暉苑) is a Home Ownership Scheme court in Shek Pai Wan, Aberdeen, near Shek Pai Wan Estate and Yue Kwong Chuen. It consists of 6 blocks completed in 1980, and it was one of the earliest HOS courts in Hong Kong.
Yue Kwong Chuen (Chinese: 漁光村) is a public estate in Aberdeen, developed by the HKHS, and it is the only estate in Southern District developed by the Hong Kong Housing Society.
The estate comprises 5 blocks built in 1962, 1963 and 1965 respectively. It is the second oldest existing public housing estate developed by the Hong Kong Housing Society (the first one is Ming Wah Dai Ha), and also the oldest one in Southern District.