Public housing estates in the Kai Tak development area

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The following is an overview of public housing estates in the Kai Tak development area, Kowloon City District, Hong Kong, including Home Ownership Scheme (HOS), Private Sector Participation Scheme (PSPS), and Tenants Purchase Scheme (TPS) estates.

History[edit]

In 1998, the Hong Kong International Airport relocated to Chek Lap Kok, clearing the way for a redevelopment of the Kai Tak lands. In 2006 the Planning Department outlined plans to build two new public estates on part of this brownfield site. The two estates, called Kai Ching (啟晴) and Tak Long (德朗), opened on the former north apron in 2013/2014.[1]

Overview[edit]

Name Type Inaug. No. Blocks No. Units Notes
Kai Ching Estate 啟晴邨 Public 2013 5 5,200
Tak Long Estate 德朗邨 Public 2013 9 8,164

Kai Ching Estate[edit]

Kai Ching Estate

Kai Ching Estate (Chinese: 啟晴邨) consists of six residential buildings completed in 2013.[2]

Houses[edit]

English name Chinese name Type Storeys Completion
Hong Ching House 康晴樓 Non-standard block
(Y-shaped)
39 2013
Lok Ching House 樂晴樓 40
Yan Ching House 欣晴樓
Sheung Ching House 賞晴樓 Non-standard block
(cross-shaped)
Mun Ching House 滿晴樓
Yuet Ching House 悅晴樓 35

Tak Long Estate[edit]

Tak Long Estate

Tak Long Estate (Chinese: 德朗邨) consists of nine residential blocks completed in 2013.[3]

Houses[edit]

English name Chinese name Type Storeys Completion
Tak Pui House 德珮樓 Non-standard block
(cross-shaped)
35 2013
Tak Loong House 德瓏樓 40
Tak Ying House 德瑩樓
Tak Cheung House 德璋樓
Tak Kei House 德琦樓
Tak Shan House 德珊樓
Tak Yiu House 德瑤樓
Tak Yu House 德瑜樓 Non-standard block
(Y-shaped)
Tak Sui House 德瑞樓

Transportation[edit]

Both estates are in proximity to the future Kai Tak Station of the Mass Transit Railway. In February 2013, five of the eventual 25 pedestrian links to the Kai Tai development area were completed.[4] Four bus routes will also service the estates.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Kai Tak Development Progress Report as of September 2013". Task Force on Kai Tak Harbourfront Development. Retrieved 27 April 2014. "Population intake of Kai Ching Estate (啟晴邨) commenced in July 2013. Tak Long Estate (德朗邨) will be completed in two phases before Q1 of 2014, to be followed by population intakes." 
  2. ^ "Kai Ching Estate, Kowloon City, Kowloon West". Hong Kong Housing Authority. Retrieved 27 April 2014. 
  3. ^ "Tak Long Estate, Kowloon City, Kowloon West". Hong Kong Housing Authority. Retrieved 27 April 2014. 
  4. ^ Ho, Jolie (14 February 2013). "Work on five links to Kai Tak to be completed this month". South China Morning Post. Retrieved 31 December 2013. "The five links include two new footbridges and improvements to three existing subways."