Public housing estates in Tuen Mun

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The southern part of Tuen Mun, showing Butterfly Estate, Melody Garden, Yuet Wu Villa, Siu Hei Court, Siu Shan Court, and Wu King Estate.

The following is an overview of public housing estates in Tuen Mun, 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.

Overview[edit]

Name Type Inaug. No Blocks No Units Notes
Affluence Garden 澤豐花園 PSPS 1989 5 2,208
Butterfly Estate 蝴蝶邨 Public 1983 6 5,405
Chi Lok Fa Yuen 置樂花園 PSPS 1982 8 1,000
Fu Tai Estate 富泰邨 Public 2000 11 5,066
Glorious Garden 富健花園 PSPS 1999 12 3,026
Kin Sang Estate 建生邨 TPS 1989 4 685
Kingston Terrace 景新臺 Flat-For-Sale 2002 4 1,152 HK Housing Society
Leung King Estate 良景邨 TPS 1988 8 3,479
Lung Mun Oasis 龍門居 PSPS 1998 16 3,800
Lung Yat Estate 龍逸邨 Public 2013 2 990
Melody Garden 美樂花園 Middle Income 1984 10 2,240
On Ting Estate 安定邨 Public 1980 6 5,049
Po Tin Estate 寶田邨 Public 2000 9 8,736 also Interim Housing
Prime View Garden 景峰花園 PSPS 1985 5 1,520
Sam Shing Estate 三聖邨 Public 1980 3 1,834
San Wai Court 新圍苑 HOS 1989 6 2,100
Shan King Estate 山景邨 TPS 1983 9 8,644
Siu Shan Court 兆山苑 HOS 1983 12 1,872
Siu Lun Court 兆麟苑 HOS 1993 12 4,200
Siu Lung Court 兆隆苑 HOS 1991 1 612
Siu Hei Court 兆禧苑 HOS 1985 5 2,800
Siu Hin Court 兆軒苑 HOS 1991 2 1,224
Siu Hong Court 兆康苑 HOS 1982 20 4,676
Siu Kwai Court 兆畦苑 HOS 1990 2 1,425
Siu On Court 兆安苑 HOS 1982 10 1,311
Siu Pong Court 兆邦苑 HOS 1991 1 612
Tai Hing Estate 大興邨 Public 1977 7 8,602
Tin King Estate 田景邨 TPS 1989 4 1,280
Tsui Ning Garden 翠寧花園 PSPS 1991 6 2,100
Wu King Estate 湖景邨 Public 1982 6 4,386
Yau Oi Estate 友愛邨 Public 1980 11 9,153
Yuet Wu Villa 悅湖山莊 PSPS 1994 15 3,890

Estates[edit]

Affluence Garden[edit]

Affluence Garden (Chinese: 澤豐花園) is a Home Ownership Scheme and Private Sector Participation Scheme court in Tuen Mun, beside Tuen Mun River.[1] It has totally 5 blocks built in 1989.[2]

Name[3][4] Type Completion
Block 1
(Prosperland House)
Private Sector Participation Scheme 1989
Block 2
(Felicitous House)
Block 3
(Civic House)
Block 4
(Pacific House)
Block 5
(Opulent House)

Butterfly Estate[edit]

Butterfly Estate (Chinese: 蝴蝶邨) is the seventh public housing estate in Tuen Mun, completed in 1983.[5] Built in the reclaimed land of Castle Peak Bay,[6][7] the estate consists of 6 residential blocks.

Name Type Completion
Tip Chui House Ziggurate 1983
Tip Ling House
Tip Mo House
Tip Sum House
Tip Yee House
Tip Ying House

[8]

Chi Lok Fa Yuen[edit]

Chi Lok Fa Yuen (Chinese: 置樂花園) is a Home Ownership Scheme and Private Sector Participation Scheme estate in Tsing Hoi Circuit, Tuen Mun, New Territories, Hong Kong. Built on the reclaimed land of Castle Peak Bay,[7] It comprises eight residential blocks and a shopping centre completed in 1982.[9] It was jointly developed by Hong Kong Housing Authority and Sun Hung Kai Properties.[10]

Block No.[11] Name Type Completion
Block 1 Lok Man Yuen Private Sector Participation Scheme 1982
Block 2 Lok Lai Yuen
Block 3 Lok Yee Yuen
Block 4 Lok Hang Yuen
Block 5 Lok Chun Yuen
Block 6 Lok Cheong Yuen
Block 7 Lok Wing Yuen
Block 8 Lok Hing Yuen

Fu Tai Estate[edit]

Fu Tai Estate

Fu Tai Estate (Chinese: 富泰邨) is located next to Lingnan University,[12] consisting of 11 residential buildings completed in 2000 and 2001.[13][5] It occupies the former site of Fu Tei Village (Chinese: 虎地村) and Fu Tei Camp (Chinese: 虎地軍營).

It is the only estate in Tuen Mun which is far away from any MTR Light Rail stops. Residents need to take MTR Bus to go to nearby Light Rail stops or West Rail stations.[14]

Name Type Completion
Chung Tai House Concord 1 2000
Yat Tai House
Ning Tai House
Kin Tai House
Yan Tai House
Yin Tai House
Ying Tai House
Kwan Tai House Single Aspect Building 2001
Oi Tai House Harmony 1 2000
Sau Tai House Harmony 1
Mei Tai House

[15]

Glorious Garden[edit]

Glorious Garden

Glorious Garden (Chinese: 富健花園) is a Home Ownership Scheme and Private Sector Participation Scheme court in Tuen Mun, located at the reclaimed land in San Shek Wan[disambiguation needed] and next to Lung Mun Oasis.[16][17] It was jountly developed by Hong Kong Housing Authority and Chevalier Group.[18] It consists of 12 residential blocks completed in 1999.[19]

Name[17] Type Completion
Block 1 Private Sector Participation Scheme 1999
Block 2
Block 3
Block 4
Block 5
Block 6
Block 7
Block 8
Block 9
Block 10
Block 11
Block 12

Kin Sang Estate[edit]

Kin Sang Estate

Kin Sang Estate (Chinese: 建生邨) is the eleventh public housing estate in Tuen Mun,[5] located near Ching Chung Koon and Castle Peak Hospital.[20] It consists of four residential buildings completed in 1989. In 1998, some of the flats were sold under Tenants Purchase Scheme Phase 1.[21][22]

Name Type Completion
Hong Sang House Trident 4 1989
Lok Sang House
Tai Sang House
Yue Sang House

[23]

Kingston Terrace[edit]

Kingston Terrace (Chinese: 景新臺) is a Flat-for-Sale Scheme court in King San Path, Tuen Mun, near Light Rail Prime View Stop. It consists of four blocks with 1,152 units built in 2002, developed by the Hong Kong Housing Society.[24] The units were sold in two phases in 2007 (Block 3 and 4) and 2008 (Block 1 and 2) respectively.[25]

Name[26] Type Completion
Block 1 Flat-for-Sale Scheme 2002
Block 2
Block 3
Block 4

Leung King Estate[edit]

Lung King Estate

Leung King Estate (Chinese: 良景邨) is the ninth public housing estate in Tuen Mun,[5] located in Northwest Tuen Mun. It consists of eight residential buildings completed in 1988. The estate was formerly the site of Leung Tin Village and it was named for the village, together with the nearby Tin King Estate.[27] In 2001, some of the flats in the estate were sold under Tenants Purchase Scheme Phase 4.[28][29]

Name Type Completion
Leung Wah House Trident 3 1988
Leung Yin House
Leung Shui House
Leung Chun House
Leung Wai House
Leung Kit House Trident 4
Leung Ying House
Leung Chi House New Slab

[30]

Lung Mun Oasis[edit]

Lung Mun Oasis

Lung Mun Oasis (Chinese: 龍門居) is a Home Ownership Scheme and Private Sector Participation Scheme court in Tuen Mun, located at the reclaimed land of San Shek Wan[disambiguation needed] and near Glorious Garden.[16] It consists of 16 residential buildings completed in 1998.[31][32] Light Rail Lung Mun Stop and a bus terminus are located at Lung Mun Oasis.[33]

Name[34] Type Completion
Block 1 Private Sector Participation Scheme 1998
Block 2
Block 3
Block 4
Block 5
Block 6
Block 7
Block 8
Block 9
Block 10
Block 11
Block 12
Block 13
Block 14
Block 15
Block 16

Lung Yat Estate[edit]

Lung Yat Estate (Chinese: 龍逸邨) is a public rental estate completed in 2013. It comprises two residential blocks and a community building. The 34-storey blocks collectively provide 990 flats for an estimated 2,800 people.[35]

Name Type Completion
Kin Lung House Non-standard 2013
Hong Lung House


Melody Garden[edit]

Melody Garden (Chinese: 美樂花園) is a Home Ownership Scheme and Private Sector Participation Scheme court in Tuen Mun, located at the reclaimed land of Castle Peak Bay near Butterfly Estate.[36] It was the first and the only "Middle Income Housing Scheme" developed by the Hong Kong Housing Authority.[37][38] It has 10 blocks built in 1984 and it was the first HOS court in Tuen Mun Ferry Pier region.[39]

Name[40] Type Completion
Block 1 Middle Income Housing Scheme 1984
Block 2
Block 3
Block 4
Block 5
Block 6
Block 7
Block 8
Block 9
Block 10

On Ting Estate[edit]

On Ting Estate

On Ting Estate (Chinese: 安定邨) is the fifth public housing estate in Tuen Mun completed between 1980 and 1982.[5] It consists of 6 residential blocks, and is built on reclaimed land of Castle Peak Bay[41] Major renovation works were carried out in the estate in 2003.[42]

Name Type Completion
Ting Lung House Double H 1980
Ting Hong House 1981
Ting Fuk House
Ting Tai House Old Slab
Ting Tak House
Ting Cheung House

[43]

Po Tin Estate[edit]

Po Tin Estate

Po Tin Estate (Chinese: 寶田邨) is the twelfth public housing estate in Tuen Mun.[5] It was built as interim housing which consists of 9 residential blocks completed in 2000. Six buildings of the estate with about 4,100 flats were changed into a public housing estate in 2004.[44]

Name Type Completion
Block 1 Interim housing 2000
Block 2
Block 3
Block 4 Public housing estate
Block 5
Block 6
Block 7
Block 8
Block 9

[45]

Its facilities and flat sizes are found unsatisfactory since its standard is much lower than that in other public housing estates.[46]

Prime View Garden[edit]

Prime View Garden (Chinese: 景峰花園) is a Home Ownership Scheme and Private Sector Participation Scheme court in Castle Peak Road (San Hui Section), Tuen Mun. It was jointly developed by the Hong Kong Housing Authority and New World Development in 1985. It has totally five blocks.

Name[47] Type Completion
Block 1 Private Sector Participation Scheme 1985
Block 2
Block 3
Block 4
Block 5

Sam Shing Estate[edit]

Sam Shing Estate

Sam Shing Estate (Chinese: 三聖邨) is the third public housing estate in Tuen Mun.[5] is a public housing estate in Tuen Mun, New Territories, Hong Kong. It Built on the reclaimed land of Castle Peak Bay,[48] the estate consists of 3 residential blocks completed in 1980. It was named for nearby Sam Shing Hui, a fishing village in the district, and most of the residents in the estate were fishermen.[49][50]

Name Type Completion
Chun Yu House Double H 1975
Fung Yu House Old Slab
Moon Yu House

[51]

San Wai Court[edit]

San Wai Court

San Wai Court (Chinese: 新圍苑) is a Home Ownership Scheme court in Tuen Mun, located near Castle Peak and Tsing Shan Monastery. Formerly the old site of Leung Tin Village (Chinese: 良田村), the estate consists of 5 residential block completed in 1989.[52] It is named from the nearby San Wai Chai (Chinese: 新圍仔) and it is the only HOS court in Tuen Mun which is not named with the prefix "Siu" (Chinese: ).[53] Light Rail San Wai Stop is located at San Wai Court and it is named from the court.

Name[54] Type Completion
San Yin House NCB 1989
San Shun House
San Bik House
San Hoi House
San Woon House
San Pui House

Shan King Estate[edit]

King Wing House, Shan King Estate

Shan King Estate (Chinese: 山景邨) is the eighth public housing estate in Tuen Mun.[5] The estate consists of 6 residential blocks completed in 1983 and 1986 respectively, offering totoally 8644 units. Some of the units were sold to the tenants in Tenants Purchase Scheme Phase 6A.[55][56]

Name Type Completion
King Wing House Old Slab 1983
King Fu House Double H
King Kwai House
King Wah House Trident 1 1986
King Mei House
King Lai House
King On House Trident 2
King Lok House
King Yip House

[57]

Siu Shan Court[edit]

Siu Shan Court (Chinese: 兆山苑) is a Home Ownership Scheme court on the reclaimed land of Castle Peak Bay in Tuen Mun South, near Wu King Estate and Butterfly Estate.[36] It comprises 12 blocks built in 1983.

Name[58] Type Completion
Min King House Old-Cruciform 1983
Cheung King House
Pak King House
Kwai King House
Wah King House
Hang King House
Yeung King House
Yeh King House
Kin King House
Lau King House
Yue King House
Tao King House

Siu Hei Court[edit]

Siu Hei Court

Siu Hei Court (Chinese: 兆禧苑) is a Home Ownership Scheme court on the reclaimed land of Castle Bay in Tuen Mun South, near Tuen Mun Ferry Pier, Wu King Estate, Yuet Wu Villa, Pierhead Garden and Richland Garden. It comprises 5 blocks built in 1985.

Name[59] Type Completion
On Hei House Windwill 1985
Wan Hei House
Shun Hei House
Nga Hei House
Lok Hei House

Siu Kwai Court[edit]

Siu Kwai Court (Chinese: 兆畦苑) is a Home Ownership Scheme court in Tuen Mun, near Tin King Estate. It consists of two blocks built in 1990.

Name[60] Type Completion
Siu Keung House Trident 3 1990
Siu Fu House Trident 4

Siu Hin Court[edit]

Siu Hin Court (Chinese: 兆軒苑) is a Home Ownership Scheme court in Tuen Mun, near Kin Sang Estate. It has 2 blocks built in 1991. The two blocks were originally planned for rental housing of Kin Sang Estate, but their flats were finally converted to HOS to be sold to public.

Name[61] Type Completion
Shun Sang House Trident 1991
Yat Sang House

Siu Lun Court[edit]

Siu Lun Court (Chinese: 兆麟苑) is a Home Ownership Scheme court on the reclaimed land between Castle Peak Bay and Lo Shue Chau[62] in Tuen Mun South. It comprises 12 blocks completed in 1993.

Name[63] Type Completion
Ngan Lun House NCB 1993
Po Lun House
Tsui Lun House
Yiu Lun House
Sui Lun House
Ka Lun House
Fu Lun House
Kwai Lun House
Wing Lun House
Yuk Lun House
Fai Lun House
Wah Lun House

Siu Lung Court[edit]

Siu Lung Court (Chinese: 兆隆苑) is a Home Ownership Scheme court in Tuen Mun, near Leung King Estate.[64] It has only 1 block built in 1991.

Name[65] Type Completion
Siu Lung Court Trident 1991

Siu Hong Court[edit]

Siu Hong Court

Siu Hong Court (Chinese: 兆康苑) is a Home Ownership Scheme court in Tuen Mun, located near Tuen Mun Hospital, Ching Chung Koon, Castle Peak Hospital and MTR Siu Hong Station. It consists of 20 residential buildings completed in 1982 and 1985 respectively. It is the first HOS court in Tuen Mun, and was the largest-scale HOS estate in Hong Kong.[66] In 1985, it won a silver medal in Hong Kong Institute of Architects Annual Awards.[67][68]

Name[69] Type Completion
Siu Yin House Flexi 1 1982
Siu Sun House
Siu Chun House
Siu Kit House
Siu Wai House
Siu Kin House
Siu Yan House
Siu Wing House
Siu Wah House
Siu Hang House Flexi 2 1984
Siu Shun House
Siu Cheong House
Siu Ho House
Siu Ping House
Siu Fai House
Siu Lok House
Siu Lai House
Siu Kei House
Siu Ning House
Siu Tai House

Siu On Court[edit]

Siu On Court

Siu On Court (Chinese: 兆安苑) is a HOS court in Tuen Mun, located at the reclaimed land of Castle Peak Bay and near On Ting Estate. It consists of totally 10 blocks built in 1982.

Name[70] Type Completion
Ting Lok House Old-Cruciform 1982
Ting Yau House
Ting Hei House
Ting Pong House
Ting Man House
Ting Chi House
Ting Yin House
Ting On House
Ting Kay House
Ting Hoi House

Siu Pong Court[edit]

Siu Pong Court (Chinese: 兆邦苑) is a Home Ownership Scheme court in Tuen Mun, near Tin King Estate. It consists of 1 block built in 1991.

Name[71] Type Completion
Siu Pong Court Trident 1991

Tai Hing Estate[edit]

Main article: Tai Hing Estate
Tai Hing Estate

Tai Hing Estate (Chinese: 大興邨) is the second public housing estate and the oldest existing public housing estate in Tuen Mun, New Territories, Hong Kong. There are 8,602 flats in the estate with capacity to house 21,100 people. It is also a district council constituency. It is a traditional strong pro-democratic area, having returned Albert Ho as district councillor in the Legislative Council.

Tin King Estate[edit]

Tin King Estate

Tin King Estate (Chinese: 田景邨) is the tenth public housing estate in Tuen Mun.[5] It connsists of 4 residential buildings completed in 1989. The estate was formerly the site of Leung Tin Village and it was named from the village, together with the nearby Leung King Estate.[27] In 1999, some of the flats in the estate were sold under Tenants Purchase Scheme Phase 2.[72]

Name Type Completion
Tin Lok House New Slab 1989
Tin Tun House Trident 3
Tin Yue House
Tin Tsui House Trident 4

[73]

Tsui Ning Garden[edit]

Tsui Ning Garden

Tsui Ning Garden (Chinese: 翠寧花園) is a Home Ownership Scheme and Private Sector Participation Scheme court in Tuen Mun, located at the reclaimed land of Castle Peak Bay, near Yau Oi Estate and On Ting Estate. It has totally 6 blocks built in 1991.

Name[74] Type Completion
Block 1 Private Sector Participation Scheme 1991
Block 2
Block 3
Block 4
Block 5
Block 6

Wu King Estate[edit]

Wu King Estate (Chinese: 湖景邨) is the sixth public housing estate in Tuen Mun consisting of 6 residential blocks completed in 1982.[5][20] It is built on the reclaimed land of Castle Peak Bay.[7]

Name Type Completion
Wu Boon House Twin Tower 1982
Wu Fai House
Wu Kwong House
Wu Pik House
Wu Tsui House
Wu Yuet House

[75]

Yau Oi Estate[edit]

Main article: Yau Oi Estate
Yau Oi Estate

Yau Oi Estate (Chinese: 友愛邨) is the third public housing estate in Tuen Mun. It was built between 1979 and 1982[5] on reclaimed land of Castle Peak Bay.[41] Consisting of 11 residential blocks, it was the largest single subsidized housing development in Hong Kong, with 9,153 units and a population of more than 35,000.[76]

Name Type Completion
Oi Ming House Double H 1979
Oi Lai House 1980
Oi Hei House
Oi Tak House
Oi Chi House 1981
Oi Shun House Twin Tower
Oi Yee House
Oi Lim House 1982
Oi Yung House Old Slab 1980
Oi Fai House Triple H
Oi Lok House Old Slab 1981

[77]

Yuet Wu Villa[edit]

Yuet Wu Villa (Chinese: 悅湖山莊) is a Home Ownership Scheme and Private Sector Participation Scheme court in Tuen Mun, located at the reclaimed land of Castle Peak Bay. It comprises 15 high-rise tower blocks consisting of 3,890 residential units, which were built in 1994.[78][79]

Name[80] Type Completion
Block 1 Private Sector Participation Scheme 1994
Block 2
Block 3
Block 4
Block 5
Block 6
Block 7
Block 8
Block 9
Block 10
Block 11
Block 12
Block 13
Block 14
Block 15

References[edit]

  1. ^ Tuen Mun (West) Integrated Family Service Centre
  2. ^ Affluence Garden
  3. ^ Affluence Garden
  4. ^ [1]
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k 屯門現況 (Chinese Version)
  6. ^ Permanent Aviation Fuel Facility Preliminary Results of the EIA
  7. ^ a b c OFFICIAL RECORD OF PROCEEDINGS Wednesday, 9 April 1997
  8. ^ Butterfly Estate
  9. ^ Chi Lok Fa Yuen
  10. ^ Chi Lok Fa Yuen
  11. ^ Chi Lok Fa Yuen
  12. ^ How to come to Lingnan University
  13. ^ 虎地:凌空拔高的慾望 (Chinese Version)
  14. ^ Light Rail and Bus Services
  15. ^ Fu Tai Estate
  16. ^ a b Package 21 (Stage IIB)
  17. ^ a b Glorious Garden
  18. ^ Chevalier Group Property and Hotel - Property Investment and Development
  19. ^ Glorious Garden
  20. ^ a b Tuen Mun District
  21. ^ First Phase of Tenants Purchase Scheme Approved (Monday, 22 December 1997)
  22. ^ Estates for Sale in Tenants Purchase Scheme Phase 1
  23. ^ Kin Sang Estate
  24. ^ [2]
  25. ^ [3]
  26. ^ Kingston Terrace
  27. ^ a b 良景坳 (Chinese Version)
  28. ^ Estates for Sale in Tenants Purchase Scheme Phase 4
  29. ^ Unlicensed hawking activities in TPS estates
  30. ^ Leung King Estate
  31. ^ Lung Mun Oasis
  32. ^ Lung Mun Oasis
  33. ^ Temporary Traffic Arrangement in Tuen Mun
  34. ^ Lung Mun Oasis
  35. ^ "STH visits Tuen Mun (with photos)". Press releases. Hong Kong Government. 26 September 2012. Retrieved 10 November 2014. 
  36. ^ a b [4]
  37. ^ [5]
  38. ^ Hong Kong Place - Melody Garden (Chinese)
  39. ^ 美樂花園 居住環境優勝 (Chinese)
  40. ^ Melody Garden
  41. ^ a b Tuen Mun New Town
  42. ^ On Ting Estate - Palm Garden
  43. ^ On Ting Estate
  44. ^ Interim Housing Units Pooled to Public Rental Housing Resources
  45. ^ Po Tin Estate
  46. ^ Provision standards of Po Tin Estate
  47. ^ Prime View Garden
  48. ^ Package 7 (Stage IB)
  49. ^ Sam Shing Hui
  50. ^ Sam Shing Temple and Sam Shing Hui
  51. ^ Sam Shing Estate
  52. ^ San Wai Court
  53. ^ Tuen Mun
  54. ^ San Wai Court
  55. ^ Estates for Sale in Tenants Purchase Scheme Phase 6A
  56. ^ Tenants Purchase Scheme Phase 6A flat prices within tenants' affordability
  57. ^ Shan King Estate
  58. ^ Siu Shan Court
  59. ^ Siu Hei Court
  60. ^ Siu Kwai Court
  61. ^ Siu Hin Court
  62. ^ Hong Kong Place - Lo Shue Chau (Chinese)
  63. ^ Siu Lun Court
  64. ^ Caritas Integrated Family Service Centre - Tuen Mun
  65. ^ Siu Lung Court
  66. ^ Siu Hong Court
  67. ^ List of Past HKIA Annual Awards
  68. ^ Hong Kong Management Cases in Marketing
  69. ^ Siu Hong Cour
  70. ^ Siu On Court
  71. ^ Siu Pong Court
  72. ^ Estates for Sale in Tenants Purchase Scheme Phase 2
  73. ^ Tin King Estate
  74. ^ Tsui Ning Garden
  75. ^ Wu King Estate
  76. ^ MOST STATELY MANSIONS
  77. ^ Yau Oi Estate
  78. ^ Yuet Wu Villa
  79. ^ Private Sector Participation Scheme
  80. ^ Yuet Wu Villa