Public housing estates in Shau Kei Wan

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History[edit]

Overview[edit]

Name Type Inaug. No Blocks No Units Notes
Aldrich Garden 愛蝶灣 PSPS 2001 10 2,972
Hing Tung Estate 興東邨 Public 1996 4 2,151
Hong Tung Estate 康東邨 Public 1998 1 475
Oi Tung Estate 愛東邨 Public 2001 6 3,207
Yiu Tung Estate 耀東邨 Public 1997 11 5,305
Ming Wah Dai Ha 明華大廈 Public 1962 13 3,169 HK Housing Society
Tung Chun Court 東駿苑 HOS 1994 2 1,216
Tung Hei Court 東熹苑 HOS 1995 4 2,432
Tung Lam Court 東霖苑 HOS 1997 1 697
Tung Shing Court 東盛苑 HOS 2000 1 370
Tung Tao Court 東濤苑 HOS 2005 4 1,216
Tung Yan Court 東欣苑 HOS 1998,1999 2 1,050
Tung Yuk Court 東旭苑 HOS 2001 5 1,600

Aldrich Garden[edit]

Aldrich Garden

Aldrich Garden (Chinese: 愛蝶灣) is a Home Ownership Scheme and a Private Sector Participation Scheme estate in the reclaimed land of Aldrich Bay, Shau Kei Wan, Hong Kong.[1][2][3][4] It consists of 10 residential buildings completed in 2001.[5]

Houses[edit]

Name[6] Type Completion
Tower 1 Private Sector Participation Scheme 2001
Tower 2
Tower 3
Tower 4
Tower 5
Tower 6
Tower 7
Tower 8
Tower 9
Tower 10

Hing Tung Estate[edit]

Hing Tung Estate (Chinese: 興東邨) is located in a former squatter areas at a hill in Southwest Shau Kei Wan,[7] the estate consists of 3 rental buildings and 1 HOS building, Tung Lam Court (Chinese: 東霖苑), a Housing for Senior Citizens.[8][9] They were completed in 1996 and 1997 respectively.

Houses[edit]

Name Type Completion
Hing Cho House Harmony 1 1996
Hing Fung House
Hing Hong House
Tung Lam Court
(Housing for Senior Citizens)
1997[10]

[11][12][13]

Hong Tung Estate[edit]

Hong Tung Estate

Hong Tung Estate (Chinese: 康東邨) was built on reclaimed land of the north of Island Eastern Corridor and [14][15] near Lei King Wan[16] and Tsui Woo Terrance, Tai Koo Shing.

The estate has 1 residential building with about 500 flats. Some of the flats are offered to senior citizen tenants.[17]

Houses[edit]

Name Type Completion
Hong Shui House Small Household Block 1998

[18]

Oi Tung Estate[edit]

Oi Tung Estate (Chinese: 愛東邨) was built on reclaimed land of Aldrich Bay, Shau Kei Wan, Hong Kong, with Tung Yuk Court and Aldrich Garden, two Home Ownership Scheme courts.[1][4][19] It consists of 6 residential blocks completed, providing a total of 3,900 flats.[20]

Houses[edit]

Name Type Completion
Oi Chak House Harmony 1 2001
Oi Ping House
Oi Yuk House
Oi Sin House Small Household Block
Oi Po House 2003
Oi Yat House Non Standard 2008

[21]

Yiu Tung Estate[edit]

Yiu Tung Estate (Chinese: 耀東邨) was constructed in a former squatter areas at a hill in Southwest Shau Kei Wan,[7] the estate consists of 11 residential buildings built in 1994 and 1995 respectively.

Houses[edit]

Name Type Completion
Yiu Lok House Harmony 1 1994
Yiu Fook House
Yiu Fu House
Yiu Wah House
Yiu Fung House Harmony 3
Yiu On House
Yiu Kwai House 1995
Yiu Cheong House
Yiu Hing House
Yiu Fai House
Yiu Ming House

[22][23]

Ming Wah Dai Ha[edit]

Block A, Ming Wah Dai Ha

Ming Wah Dai Ha (Chinese: 明華大廈) comprises 13 residential blocks completed between 1962 and 1978. It is the oldest existing public housing estate developed by the Hong Kong Housing Society.[24][25] It was named for Bishop Ronald Owen Hall, one of the founders of Hong Kong Housing Society. Block A was redeveloped in 1978 and it was the only building to be redeveloped in the estate.[26]

Houses[edit]

Name Type Completion
Block A Non-standard 1978
Block B Slab 1965–1966
Block C
Block D
Block E
Block F
Block G Cruciform 1962
Block H Slab 1963
Block I
Block J 1962
Block K
Block L
Block M

[27]

Tung Chun Court[edit]

Tung Chun Court (Chinese: 東駿苑) is a Home Ownership Scheme court in a former squatter areas at a hill in Southwest Shau Kei Wan,[7] near Yiu Tung Estate. It has two blocks completed in 1994.

Houses[edit]

Name Type Completion
Kam Chun House Harmony 1994
Ngan Chun House

[28]

Tung Hei Court[edit]

Tung Hei Court (Chinese: 東熹苑) is a Home Ownership Scheme court in Shau Kei Wan, near Hing Tung Estate. It has totally 4 residential towers providing 2,432 domestic units, which were completed in 1995.[29]

Houses[edit]

Name Type Completion
King Hei House Harmony 1995
Yat Hei House
Wah Hei House
Yiu Hei House

[30]

Tung Lam Court[edit]

Tung Lam Court (Chinese: 東霖苑) is a Home Ownership Scheme court in Shau Kei Wan near Hing Tung Estate. Formerly the site of squatter areas,[7] the court has one block completed in 1997.

House[edit]

Name Type Completion
Tung Lam Court Harmony 1997

[13]

Tung Shing Court[edit]

Tung Shing Court (Chinese: 東盛苑) is a Home Ownership Scheme court in a former squatter areas at a hill in Southwest Shau Kei Wan,[7] near Yiu Tung Estate. It has one block completed in 2000.

House[edit]

Name Type Completion
Tung Shing Court NCB 2000

[31]

Tung Tao Court[edit]

Tung Tao Court

Tung Tao Court (Chinese: 東濤苑) is a Home Ownership Scheme court on the waterfront of the reclaimed land of Aldrich Bay in Shau Kei Wan. It originally comprised 5 concord towers completed in 2005. Four of them are HOS blocks and were sold to public through the Sale of Surplus HOS Flats Phase 3 and 4 in 2008. One of them is public rental housing block. It was later reassigned to nearby Oi Tung Estate and renamed as "Oi Po House".[32][33]

Houses[edit]

Name Type Completion
Hiu Tao House New Cruciform 2005
Yuk Tao House
Fai Tao House Concord
Ying Tao House

[34]

Tung Yan Court[edit]

Tung Yan Court (Chinese: 東欣苑) is a Home Ownership Scheme court in Shau Kei Wan. Formerly the site of squatter areas,[7] the court consists of 2 blocks completed in 1998 and 1999.[35]

Houses[edit]

Name Type Completion
Foon Yan Court Concord 1998,1999
Wing Yan Court

[35]

Tung Yuk Court[edit]

Tung Yuk Court (left) and Tung Tao Court (right)

Tung Yuk Court (Chinese: 東旭苑) is a Home Ownership Scheme court on the waterfront of the reclaimed land of Aldrich Bay in Shau Kei Wan. It comprises 5 concord towers completed in 2001, and many units have full sea views over the harbour and Lei Yue Mun.[36]

Houses[edit]

Name Type Completion
Tung King House Concord 2001
Tung Chi House
Tung Hiu House
Tung Lai House
Tung Ning House

[37]

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