Public housing estates in Sha Tin
The following is a list of public housing estates in Sha Tin, Hong Kong, including Home Ownership Scheme (HOS), Private Sector Participation Scheme (PSPS), Sandwich Class Housing Scheme (SCHS), Flat-for-Sale Scheme (FFSS), and Tenants Purchase Scheme (TPS) estates.
- 1 History
- 2 Overview
- 3 Fung Wo Estate
- 4 Kwong Yuen Estate / Hong Lam Court / Kwong Lam Court
- 5 Lek Yuen Estate
- 6 Pok Hong Estate
- 7 Sha Kok Estate
- 8 Shui Chuen O Estate
- 9 Sui Wo Court
- 10 Wo Che Estate
- 11 Jat Min Chuen
- 12 Shek Mun Estate
- 13 Sunshine Grove
- 14 Yu Chui Court
- 15 Yue Tin Court
- 16 Yue Shing Court
- 17 See also
- 18 References
|This section requires expansion. (October 2009)|
|Name||Type||Inaug.||No Blocks||No Units||Notes|
|Fung Wo Estate||豐和邨||Public||2013||3||1,600|
|Hong Lam Court||康林苑||HOS||1990||3||1,050|
|Jat Min Chuen||乙明邨||Public||1981||3||3,730||HK Housing Society|
|Kwong Lam Court||廣林苑||HOS||1990||3||1,832|
|Kwong Yuen Estate||廣源邨||TPS||1989||6||1,807|
|Lek Yuen Estate||瀝源邨||Public||1975||7||3,219|
|Pok Hong Estate||博康邨||TPS||1982||8||5,481|
|Shui Chuen O Estate||水泉澳邨||Public||2014-15||18||11,123||under construction|
|Sui Wo Court||穗禾苑||HOS||1980||9||3,501|
|Sunshine Grove||晴碧花園||Sandwich||1999||2||508||HK Housing Society|
|Sha Kok Estate||沙角邨||Public||1980||7||6,420|
|Shek Mun Estate||石門邨||Public||2009||2||2,000|
|Wo Che Estate||禾輋邨||Public||1977||13||6,297|
|Yu Chui Court||愉翠苑||HOS||2001||16||4,176|
|Yue Shing Court||愉城苑||HOS||1980||4||530|
|Yue Tin Court||愉田苑||HOS||1982||7||1,704|
Fung Wo Estate
Fung Wo Estate opened beside Wo Che Estate in 2013 on the site of the former Sha Tin Police Married Quarters, which were demolished in 2007. It comprises three blocks housing 3,500 people.
|Wo Yue House||Non-standard||2013|
|Wo On House|
|Wo Shun House|
Kwong Yuen Estate / Hong Lam Court / Kwong Lam Court
Kwong Yuen Estate (Chinese: 廣源邨) is a mixed public and TPS estate in Siu Lek Yuen. Unlike other public estates in Sha Tin, Kwong Yuen Estate is built on sloping platform, instead of reclaimed land. In 2001, some of the flats were sold to the tenants through Tenants Purchase Scheme Phase 4.
The Commercial Centre Complex of the estate was designed to merge into the village environment in the vicinity. Unlike the commercial centres of other public housing estates, the Complex consists of five two-level blocks which are standing on two platforms. The 26m clock tower of the Complex is to reinforce the image of the Commercial Centre. In 1992, the design of the commercial centre won a Certificate of Merit in the annual design competition which was organized by The Hong Kong Institute of Architects.
|Pine House||Trident 4||1989|
|Kapok House||Trident 3|
Lek Yuen Estate
Lek Yuen Estate (Chinese: 瀝源邨) was the first public housing estate in Sha Tin, and is built on the reclaimed land of Sha Tin Hoi, located near Wo Che Estate and Sha Tin Station. The estate consists of seven residential blocks completed in 1975.
Lek Yuen Estate was one of the first of a "new generation" of estates which were more self-contained with regard to the provision of amenities and shopping. Covered walkways allow tenants to do their shopping close to home, without relying on cars or trains. This is now a standard element of housing estate design in Hong Kong. When the old Sha Tin market was being demolished, many merchants were relocated to the Lek Yuen Estate shops, though some complained of comparatively "exorbitant" rents.
The shopping centre is now owned by The Link REIT. The estate locality has several other facilities including a market, a park, a public clinic, an entertainment building called "Sha Tin Fun City", and numerous schools. An elevated walkway runs through the estate, linking it to Sha Tin Town Centre (to the south) and Wo Che Estate (to the north).
|English name||Chinese name||Type||Completion|
|Wing Shui House||榮瑞樓||Old Slab||1975|
|Wah Fung House||華豐樓|
|Fu Yu House||富裕樓|
|Kwai Wo House||貴和樓|
|Fook Hoi House||福海樓|
|Luk Chuen House||祿泉樓|
|Sau Chuen House||壽全樓|
Pok Hong Estate
Pok Hong Estate (Chinese: 博康邨) is a mixed estate consisting of eight residential blocks completed in 1982, 1983 and 1985. Its site was originally a shallow sand beach near Sha Tin Hoi. Some of the flats were sold to the tenants through Tenants Purchase Scheme Phase 5 in 2002.
|Pok Yue House||Old Slab||1982|
|Pok Wah House|
|Pok Man House||Double H||1983|
|Pok On House|
|Pok Tat House||1985|
|Pok Yat House||Trident 2|
|Pok Chi House|
|Pok Tai House|
Sha Kok Estate
The blocks in the estate are named after birds.
|Skylark House||Triple H||1982|
|Herring Gull House||1981|
|Oriole House||Old Slab||1982|
|Bean Goose House|
|Sand Martin House||1980|
|Green Heron House|
The Hong Kong Academy for Gifted Education (HKAGE) moved in 2012 into the former Sha Kok Primary School in Sha Kok Estate, sharing the same building with Hong Kong Education City. It is located next to Buddhist Kok Kwong Secondary School.
Shui Chuen O Estate
Shui Chuen O Estate is presently under construction and consists of 18 blocks, scheduled to open between 2014 and 2016, offering 11,123 public rental flats. It will also include a commercial complex with 59 shops and an indoor market. The new estate sits on a hillside and will be connected to the lower-lying areas by footbridges and lift towers, providing easy access to Pok Hong Estate and Sha Tin Wai Station.
|English name||Chinese Name||Type||Phase||Completion|
|Ching Chuen House||清泉樓||Non-standard
|Long Chuen House||朗泉樓|
|Yan Chuen House||欣泉樓|
|Hei Chuen House||喜泉樓|
|Shing Chuen House||城泉樓||2||2015|
|Ho Chuen House||河泉樓|
|Ming Chuen House||明泉樓|
|Mau Chuen House||茂泉樓||3|
|Lam Chuen House||林泉樓|
|Shou Chuen House||修泉樓|
|Chuk Chuen House||竹泉樓|
|Sung Chuen House||崇泉樓||4|
|Ling Chuen House||嶺泉樓|
|Lok Chuen House||樂泉樓||Non-standard
|Yuet Chuen House||月泉樓||2||2015|
|Ying Chuen House||映泉樓|
|Shan Chuen House||山泉樓||4|
|Tsun Chuen House||峻泉樓|
Sui Wo Court
Sui Wo Court (Chinese: 穗禾苑) is one of the first estates under HOS in Sha Tin, built in 1980. It is located on a mountain above Wo Che and east of Fo Tan in the northwest of Sha Tin. It received a Silver Medal at the 1981 Hong Kong Institute of Architects Annual Awards.
Wo Che Estate
Wo Che Estate (Chinese: 禾輋邨) is the second public housing estate in Sha Tin, after Lek Yuen Estate. Built on the reclaimed land of Sha Tin Hoi, the estate consists of 13 residential blocks completed in 1975, 1980 and 2003.
|Hong Wo House||Twin Tower||1975|
|Fung Wo House|
|Shun Wo House|
|Man Wo House||1980|
|Tai Wo House|
|Fung Wo House|
|Yan Wo House||Single H|
|Mei Wo House|
|Hip Wo House||Double H|
|Tak Wo House||Old Slab||1975|
|Hau Wo House||1980|
|Chi Wo House|
|King Wo House||New Cruciform||2003|
The 13th house in the estate, King Wo House, was originally the HOS house called "Fung Sui Court", but the Hong Kong Housing Authority decided to transfer it to rental house before it was occupied in 2003.
Jat Min Chuen
Jat Min Chuen (Chinese: 乙明邨) is the only one estate in Sha Tin developed by the Hong Kong Housing Society. It consists of three residential buildings completed in 1981 and 1982. It was named for Mr. Tan Jat Ming (Chinese: 陳乙明), the former honorary treasurer of the Society.
Unlike other estates, the Hong Kong Housing Society financed the construct of Jat Min Chuen using a bank loan at a high interest rate, rather than from the Government. Therefore, the rent in the estate was forced to be put up as the Society needed to return money to banks afterwards.
Shek Mun Estate
Shek Mun Estate (Chinese: 碩門邨) is a public housing estate built on reclaimed land in Shek Mun, Sha Tin, near the MTR Shek Mun Station. It consists of two residential buildings completed in 2009.
|Kin Shek House||Harmony||2009|
|Mei Shek House|
Yu Chui Court
Yu Chui Court (Chinese: 愉翠苑) is a HOS court in Yuen Chau Kok, Sha Tin, near MTR City One Station. Built on the reclaimed land of Sha Tin Hoi, it consists of 16 blocks (except the 2 demolished blocks) built in 2001.
In 2000, Block C and D of the court was found short-piling, in which only four of the 18 piles of the blocks could meet the specifications. Finally, the government decided to demolish the two blocks for safety reasons. The site was then reconstructed as a garden.
|Yu Fun House||Concord||2001|
|Yu Yan House|
|Yu Moon House|
|Yu Sin House|
|Yu Yeung House|
|Yu Chai House|
|Yu Kui House|
|Yu Ting House|
|Yu Man House|
|Yu Nang House|
|Yu Yin House|
|Yu Lai House|
|Yu Chung House|
|Yu Lim House|
|Yu Ching House|
|Yu Kan House|
Yue Tin Court
|Yue Sui House||Flexi 1||1982|
|Yue Wo House|
|Yue Kin House|
|Yue Chak House|
|Yue Yat House||Flexi 2||1983|
|Yue Yuet House|
|Yue Kwan House|
Yue Shing Court
|Shing Yan House||Old-Cruciform||1980|
|Shing Wing House|
|Shing Cheung House|
|Shing Hong House|
- Tenants Purchase Scheme Phase 5
- "Fung Wo Estate". Hong Kong Housing Authority. Retrieved 14 May 2015.
- Film Service Office
- Estates for Sale in Tenants Purchase Scheme Phase 4
- List of Past HKIA Annual Awards
- Kwong Yuen Estate
- "Lek Yuen Estate, Sha Tin, New Territories East". Hong Kong Housing Authority. Retrieved 20 November 2014.
- "8 new estates with a difference" (PDF). South China Morning Post. 2 February 1976. Retrieved 20 November 2014.
- "Angry scenes at Shatin" (PDF). South China Morning Post. 17 June 1976.
- Pok Hong Estate
- Pok Hong Estate
- Sha Tin Wai Station
- Sha Kok Estate
- "Shuen Chuen O Plaza Shatin" (PDF). Hong Kong Housing Authority. Retrieved 18 July 2014.
- 禾輋邨 (Chinese Version)
- List of completed estates constructed on newly reclaimed land
- Wo Che Estate
- HOS Projects Identified for Transfer to Rental
- Jat Min Chuen
- 房協屋村 (Chinese Version)
- High-rise society P.29
- High-rise society P.27
- Safety at PYE Shek Mun Public Housing Development site
- Hong Kong Housing Authority – "Domestic Rents for New Estates", 7 Nov 2008
- Provisions for Green, Safe and Healthy Living in New Public Rental Housing Developments
- 將推出及興建中的項目 (Chinese Version)
- Shek Mun Estate
- MTR City One Station
- Sunshine Grove
- Sweat the small stuff
- OFFICIAL RECORD OF PROCEEDINGS February, 2003
- Minutes of the Annual Special Open Meeting of THE HONG KONG HOUSING AUTHORITY held on Thursday, 1 June 2000
- Yu Chui Court
- City One Station
- KCRC East Rail Extensions – Tai Wai to Ma On Shan
- Yue Tin Court
- Caritas Dr. & Mrs. Olinto de Sousa Integrated Family Service Centre
- Yue Shing Court