Public housing estates in Chai Wan and Siu Sai Wan

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The former Chai Wan Estate under construction in 1965.

The following is a list of public housing estates in Chai Wan and Siu Sai Wan, 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.

History[edit]

Overview[edit]

Name Type Inaug. No Blocks No Units Notes
Cheerful Garden 富怡花園 PSPS 1995 5 1,870
Dip Tsui Court 蝶翠苑 GFSHOS 2022 (Expected) 1 828
Fullview Garden 富景花園 PSPS 1993 11 3,240
Fung Wah Estate 峰華邨 TPS 1991 2 463
Greenwood Terrace 康翠臺 PSPS 1985 7 2,100
Hang Tsui Court 杏翠苑 HOS 1997 2 674
Harmony Garden 富欣花園 PSPS 1997 8 2,340
Hing Man Estate 興民邨 Public 1982 3 1,999
Hing Wah (I) Estate 興華(一)邨 Public 1999 3 2,272
Hing Wah (II) Estate 興華(二)邨 Public 1976 7 3,579
Hiu Tsui Court 曉翠苑 HOS 1990 2 660
Kai Tsui Court 佳翠苑 HOS 1993 2 1216
King Tsui Court 景翠苑 HOS 1982 1 608
Lok Hin Terrace 樂軒臺 PSPS 1995 5 1,550
Neptune Terrace 樂翠臺 PSPS 1986 3 978
Shan Tsui Court 山翠苑 HOS 1981 4 896
Siu Sai Wan Estate 小西灣邨 Public 1990 12 6,160
Tsui Lok Estate 翠樂邨 Public 1999 1 320
Tsui Wan Estate 翠灣邨 TPS 1988 4 703
Walton Estate 宏德居 PSPS 1982 4 760
Wan Tsui Estate 環翠邨 Public 1979 11 3,678
Yan Tsui Court 茵翠苑 HOS 1983 2 304
Yee Tsui Court 怡翠苑 HOS 1981 3 600
Yue Wan Estate 漁灣邨 Public 1977 4 2,179
Yuet Tsui Court 悅翠苑 HOS 1999 1 354
Chai Wan Estate 柴灣邨 Public 2010 2 1,600

Cheerful Garden[edit]

Cheerful Garden

Cheerful Garden (Chinese: 富怡花園) is a Home Ownership Scheme and Private Sector Participation Scheme court on the reclaimed land at the north of Siu Sai Wan Road, Siu Sai Wan. It has 5 blocks built in 1995, jointly developed by the Hong Kong Housing Authority and Chevalier Group.[1][2]

Houses[edit]

Name[3] Type Completion
Block 1 Private Sector Participation Scheme 1995
Block 2
Block 3
Block 4
Block 5

Dip Tsui Court[edit]

Dip Tsui Court under construction

Dip Tsui Court (Chinese: 蝶翠苑) is a Green Form Subsidised Home Ownership Scheme (GFSHOS) court in Chai Wan Road, Chai Wan and the first GFSHOS court on Hong Kong Island. Formerly the site of Block 13 of the old Chai Wan Estate, the court has 1 block comprising 828 flats with sellable areas of 187 to 320 square feet at prices between HK$980,000 and HK$2.07 million. The estimated material date of Dip Tsui Court will be August 31, 2022.[4]Average selling price is HK$6,100 per square feet, by applying a discount of 51 per cent from the assessed market value.[5] It is expected to commerce in 2022.[6]

House[edit]

Name Type Completion
Dip Tsui Court Non-standard 2022

Fullview Garden[edit]

Fullview Garden

Fullview Garden (Chinese: 富景花園) is a Home Ownership Scheme court and Private Sector Participation Scheme court at the south of Siu Sai Wan Road, Siu Sai Wan. Formerly the site of intelligence gathering centre established by British Armed Force until the 1980s,[7][8] the court has 11 blocks built in 1993 and 1994, jointly developed by the Hong Kong Housing Authority and Chevalier Group.[2]

Houses[edit]

Name[9] Type Completion
Block 1 Private Sector Participation Scheme 1993
Block 2
Block 3
Block 4
Block 5
Block 6
Block 7 1994
Block 8
Block 9
Block 10
Block 11

Fung Wah Estate and King Tsui Court[edit]

Fung Wah Estate and King Tsui Court (back)

Fung Wah Estate (Chinese: 峰華邨) is a mixed public/TPS estate on a hill in southwest Chai Wan.[10][11] It consists of 2 residential blocks completed in 1991. Another HOS court, King Tsui Court (Chinese: 景翠苑), is also located in the estate. In 2000, some of the rental flats were sold to tenants through Tenants Purchase Scheme Phase 3.[12][13]

Houses[edit]

Name[14] Type Completion
Hiu Fung House Trident 4 1991
Sau Fung House
Name[15] Type Completion
King Tsui Court Trident 4 1991

Greenwood Terrace[edit]

Greenwood Terrace

Greenwood Terrace (Chinese: 康翠臺) is a Home Ownership Scheme and Private Sector Participation Scheme court in Chai Wan, with close proximity to MTR Chai Wan Station. It was jointly developed by Hong Kong Housing Authority and New World Development.[16] It consists of 7 residential blocks completed in 1985 and is one of the largest estates in Chai Wan.[17][18]

Houses[edit]

Name[19] Type Completion
Block 1 Private Sector Participation Scheme 1985
Block 2
Block 3
Block 4
Block 5
Block 6
Block 7

Hang Tsui Court[edit]

Hang Tsui Court

Hang Tsui Court (Chinese: 杏翠苑) is a Home Ownership Scheme court on the reclaimed land in Chai Wan, near Chai Wan Park, Yue Wan Estate, Tsui Wan Estate and Tsui Lok Estate. It has 2 blocks built in 1997.

Houses[edit]

Name[20] Type Completion
Tsui Ching House NCB 1997
Tsui Ying House

Harmony Garden[edit]

Harmony Garden

Harmony Garden (Chinese: 富欣花園) is a Home Ownership Scheme and Private Sector Participation Scheme court on the reclaimed land along Siu Sai Wan Road, Siu Sai Wan. It has 8 blocks built in 1997, jointly developed by the Hong Kong Housing Authority and Chevalier Group.[1][2]

Houses[edit]

Name[21] Type Completion
Block 1 Private Sector Participation Scheme 1997
Block 2
Block 3
Block 4
Block 5
Block 6
Block 7
Block 8

Hing Man Estate[edit]

Hing Man Estate

Hing Man Estate (Chinese: 興民邨) is a public housing estate in Chai Wan,[22] located at the north of Hing Wah Estate.[11] It consists of 3 Cruciform-typed blocks completed in 1982.[23]

Houses[edit]

Name[24] Type Completion
Man Chak House Cruciform 1982
Man Fu House
Man Yat House

Hing Wah Estate[edit]

Hing Wah (I) Estate
Hing Wah (II) Estate

Hing Wah Estate (Chinese: 興華邨) is a public housing estate in Chai Wan, near MTR Chai Wan Station.[10][11]

The estate comprises 10 residential buildings. The 7 "Old Slab" blocks belong to Hing Wah (I) Estate (Chinese: 興華(一)邨) completed in 1976, while the 3 "Harmony 1" buildings belong to Hing Wah (II) Estate (Chinese: 興華(二)邨) completed in 1999 and 2000.

Background[edit]

Hing Wah (I) Estate was a resettlement estate which had 3 resettlement blocks completed in 1971. 7 more "Old Slab" blocks were completed in 1976, which formed Hing Wah (II) Estate. The 3 resettlement blocks in Hing Wah (I) Estate were demolished in 1995,[25] replaced by two rental blocks in 1999 and one HOS block in 2000 respectively. However, the government decided to change an HOS block from sale to rental finally, and renamed it from "Hing Tsui Court" to "Hing Tsui House".[26]

Houses[edit]

Name[27][28][29] Type Completion
Chin Hing House Old Slab 1976
Fung Hing House
Lok Hing House
Ning Hing House
On Hing House
Wo Hing House
Yu Hing House
Cheuk Wah House Harmony 1 1999
May Wah House
Hing Tsui House 2000

Hiu Tsui Court[edit]

Hiu Tsui Court

Hiu Tsui Court (Chinese: 曉翠苑) is a Home Ownership Scheme court in at the south of Siu Sai Wan Road in Siu Sai Wan,[30] near Siu Sai Wan Estate. Formerly the site of intelligence gathering centre established by British Armed Force until the 1980s.[7][8] It has two blocks built in 1990.

Houses[edit]

Name[31] Type Completion
Ngar Tsui House NCB 1990
Bik Tsui House

Kai Tsui Court[edit]

Kai Tsui Court

Kai Tsui Court (Chinese: 佳翠苑) is a Home Ownership Scheme court in at the south of Siu Sai Wan Road in Siu Sai Wan,[30] near Siu Sai Wan Estate. Formerly the site of intelligence gathering centre established by British Armed Force until the 1980s,[7][8] the court has two blocks built in 1993.

Houses[edit]

Name[32] Type Completion
Hin Tsui House Harmony 1993
Yiu Tsui House

Lok Hin Terrace[edit]

Lok Hin Terrace

Lok Hin Terrace (Chinese: 樂軒臺) is a Home Ownership Scheme and Private Sector Participation Scheme court in Chai Wan, located within a short walk to the MTR Chai Wan Station. Formerly the site of Block 1 to 8 of old Chai Wan Estate,[33] the court comprises five residential blocks of 31 storeys each, providing a total of 1,550 units.[34]

Houses[edit]

Name[35] Type Completion
Block 1 Private Sector Participation Scheme 1995
Block 2
Block 3
Block 4
Block 5

Neptune Terrace[edit]

Neptune Terrace

Neptune Terrace (Chinese: 樂翠臺) is a Home Ownership Scheme and Private Sector Participation Scheme court in Chai Wan, with a few distance to MTR Chai Wan Station and Greenwood Terrace. It was jointly developed by Hong Kong Housing Authority and New World Development.

Houses[edit]

Name[36] Type Completion
Block 1 Private Sector Participation Scheme 1986
Block 2
Block 3

Shan Tsui Court[edit]

Shan Tsui Court (Chinese: 山翠苑) is a Home Ownership Scheme court in Chai Wan, near Hing Man Estate.[37] It has 4 blocks built in 1981 and it is one of the earliest HOS courts in Hong Kong.

Houses[edit]

Name[38] Type Completion
Tsui Pui House Non-Standard 1981
Tsui Yue House
Tsui Lam House
Tsui Pik House

Siu Sai Wan Estate[edit]

Siu Sai Wan Estate
Abandoned pond have been changed to activity area in recent years

Siu Sai Wan Estate (Chinese: 小西灣邨) is the only public housing estate in Siu Sai Wan, Chai Wan. Formerly the site of intelligence gathering centre established by British Armed Force until the 1980s,[7][8] the estate has 12 residential buildings completed in 1990 and 1993 respectively.[39][40][41]

Houses[edit]

Name[42] Type Completion
Sui Keung House Trident 4 1990
Sui Fu House
Sui Lok House
Sui Hei House
Sui Moon House Linear 1
Sui Yick House
Sui Fat House
Sui Fuk House
Sui Shing House
Sui Ming House Harmony 1 1993
Sui Tai House
Sui Lung House

Tsui Lok Estate[edit]

Tsui Lok Estate

Tsui Lok Estate (Chinese: 翠樂邨) is a public housing estate in Chai Wan,[22][43] located near Chai Wan Park, Yue Wan Estate and Tsui Wan Estate. Built on the former site of Yue Wan Temporary Housing Area (Chinese: 漁灣臨時房屋區)[44] on reclaimed land in Chai Wan,[45] the estate consists of only 1 residential block built in 1999.

Houses[edit]

Name[46] Type Completion
Tsui Luk House Small Household Block 1999

Tsui Wan Estate[edit]

Tsui Wan Estate

Tsui Wan Estate (Chinese: 翠灣邨) is a mixed public/TPS estate in Chai Wan,[22][43] located near Chai Wan Park, Yue Wan Estate and Tsui Lok Estate. Built on the reclaimed land in Chai Wan,[1][45] the estate consists of 4 residential blocks built in 1988. In 1999, some of the flats were sold to tenants through Tenants Purchase Scheme Phase 2.[47]

Houses[edit]

Name[48] Type Completion
Tsui Fuk House Trident 4 1988
Tsui Hong House
Tsui Ning House
Tsui Shou House

Walton Estate[edit]

Walton Estate

Walton Estate (Chinese: 宏德居) is a Home Ownership Scheme and Private Sector Participation Scheme court in Chai Wan, near MTR Chai Wan Station. Built on the reclaimed land,[1] the estate has 4 blocks built in 1982 and is one of the oldest HOS courts in Hong Kong.

Houses[edit]

Name[49] Type Completion
Block 1 Private Sector Participation Scheme 1982
Block 2
Block 3
Block 4

Wah Ha Estate[edit]

Conversion work of Chai Wan Factory Estate as at November 2015

Wah Ha Estate (Chinese: 華廈邨) is a public housing estate in Chai Wan, just adjacent to Chai Wan Station. It is a 187-flat single block which was converted from former Chai Wan Factory Estate built in 1959.[50] It was completed in 2016.[51]

Wan Tsui Estate, Yan Tsui Court and Yuet Tsui Court[edit]

Wan Tsui Estate
Wan Tsui Estate and Wan Tsui Shopping Centre

Wan Tsui Estate (Chinese: 環翠邨) is a public estate located at a part of former Chai Wan Estate and opposite to Chai Wan Station.[10] It now has 11 residential buildings completed between 1979 and 2001.

Yan Tsui Court (Chinese: 茵翠苑) and Yuet Tsui Court (Chinese: 悅翠苑) are the Home Ownership Scheme courts in Chai Wan, next to Wan Tsui Estate. They have 2 blocks (built in 1983) and 1 block (built in 1999) respectively.

Background[edit]

Wan Tsui Estate was formed between the late 1970s and early 1980s by the redevelopment of Chai Wan Estate and the assignment of Block 16 to 22 of Chai Wan Estate to Wan Tsui Estate.[52][53] Also, Block 21 and Block 22 of Chai Wan Estate were redecorated and renamed to On Tsui House and Ning Tsui House, but they were finally demolished in 1996.[54][55]

Houses[edit]

Wan Tsui Estate[edit]

Name[56] Type Completion
Chak Tsui House Old Slab 1980
Mei Tsui House 1979
Shing Tsui House
Wai Tsui House
Fook Tsui House Single H 1980
Yee Tsui House 1979
Hei Tsui House Double H 1986
Lee Tsui House
Fu Tsui House
Kwai Tsui House
Yat Tsui House Small Household Block 2001

Yan Tsui Court[edit]

Name[57] Type Completion
Yan Wing House Old Cruciform 1983
Yan Wah House

Yuet Tsui Court[edit]

Name[58] Type Completion
Yuet Chui Court New Cruciform 1999

Yee Tsui Court[edit]

Yee Tsui Court

Yee Tsui Court (Chinese: 怡翠苑) is a Home Ownership Scheme court on the reclaimed land in Chai Wan, near Chai Wan Sports Centre. It has 3 blocks built in 1981, and it is one of the earliest HOS courts in Hong Kong.

Houses[edit]

Name[59] Type Completion
Cheong Yee House Flexi 2 1981
Yat Yee House
Lok Yee House

Yue Wan Estate[edit]

Yue Wan Estate

Yue Wan Estate (Chinese: 漁灣邨) is a public estate located near Chai Wan Park, Tsui Wan Estate and Tsui Lok Estate. Built on the reclaimed land in Chai Wan,[1][45] the estate consists of 4 residential blocks, which were developed in 2 phases and built in 1977 and 1978 respectively.

Houses[edit]

Name[60][61] Type Completion
Yue Fung House Old Slab 1977
Yue On House
Yue Tai House
Yue Shun House 1978

Chai Wan Estate[edit]

Buildings being built in Chai Wan Estate
Entire two tower of Chai Wan Estate

Chai Wan Estate (Chinese: 柴灣邨) is a public estate near Chai Wan Road. It had a total of 27 residential blocks before demolition.

Background[edit]

Chai Wan Estate was a resettlement estate and had a total of 27 residential blocks. It has started redevelopment since the 1970s, and all residential blocks were demolished between 1975 and 2001. Wan Tsui Estate, Lok Hin Terrace, Chai Wan Municipal Services Building and several schools were constructed in the site of former Chai Wan Estate.[62][63][64] But Block 21 and 22 were reserved and redecorated to be a part of Wan Chui Estate until they were demolished in 1996.[54]

The site of the former Blocks 14 and 15 was redeveloped in 2010.[65][66][67] The new two-block estate carries on the name "Chai Wan Estate".

Houses[edit]

Name Type Completion Block in Old Chai Wan Estate
Wan Poon House
(Block 1)
Non-Standard 2010 Block 14 & 15
Wan Ying House
(Block 2)

Lin Tsui Estate[edit]

Lin Tsui Estate

Located next to Lin Shing Road and Wan Tsui Estate, Chai Wan, Lin Tsui Estate (Chinese: 連翠邨) is a single-block public estate inaugurated on 12 July 2018. The only building, Lin Tsui House, is 36-story high and located above a 3-story platform, with 8 flats on each floor.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e [1]
  2. ^ a b c Chevalier Group
  3. ^ Cheerful Garden
  4. ^ Thousands of flats offered
  5. ^ GSH Flats' Application Tmr; 3,696 Flats from Dip Tsui Court in Chai Wan, Ching Fu Court in Tsing Yi
  6. ^ More public housing up for grabs
  7. ^ a b c d Siu Sai Wan
  8. ^ a b c d 小西灣 (Chinese)
  9. ^ Fullview Garden
  10. ^ a b c Eastern District
  11. ^ a b c Map of Chai Wan MTR Station
  12. ^ Tenants Purchase Scheme Phase 3 Launched
  13. ^ Tenants Purchase Scheme Phase 3
  14. ^ Fung Wah Estate
  15. ^ King Tsui Court
  16. ^ Greenwood Terrace (PSPS)
  17. ^ emporis.com - Greenwood Terrance
  18. ^ Hong Kong Housing Authority - Greenwood Terrace
  19. ^ Greenwood Terrace
  20. ^ Hang Tsui Court
  21. ^ Harmony Garden
  22. ^ a b c Eastern District Archived 20 July 2011 at the Wayback Machine
  23. ^ Hing Man Estate
  24. ^ Hing Man Estate
  25. ^ Foundation works tenders endorsed
  26. ^ Naming of Domestic Block - Hing Wah (I) Estate
  27. ^ Hing Wah (I) Estate
  28. ^ Hing Wah (II) Estate
  29. ^ Hing Wah Estate
  30. ^ a b [2]
  31. ^ Hiu Tsui Court
  32. ^ Kai Tsui Court
  33. ^ Old Chai Wan Estate (Chinese)
  34. ^ Lok Hin Terrace
  35. ^ Lok Hin Terrace
  36. ^ Neptune Terrace
  37. ^ MTR Chai Wan Station
  38. ^ Shan Tsui Court
  39. ^ Siu Sai Wan Estate
  40. ^ Siu Sai Wan Development
  41. ^ Urban Development Programme - Eastern District (1988)
  42. ^ Siu Sai Wan Estate
  43. ^ a b Chai Wan MTR Station
  44. ^ 臨時房屋區 (Chinese)
  45. ^ a b c Chai Wan around 1966-69 Archived 21 July 2011 at the Wayback Machine
  46. ^ Tsui Lok Estate
  47. ^ Tenants Purchase Scheme Phase 2
  48. ^ Tsui Wan Estate
  49. ^ Walton Estate
  50. ^ http://www.ejinsight.com/20160719-convert-more-industrial-buildings-into-housing-estates/
  51. ^ Housing Authority sets rents for five new estates
  52. ^ Wan Tsui Estate Phase 3
  53. ^ 柴灣邨及環翠邨 (Chinese)
  54. ^ a b THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL ORDER PAPER (1995)
  55. ^ Contract No 146 of 1985 Redecoration of Wan Tsui Estate
  56. ^ Wan Tsui Estate
  57. ^ Yan Tsui Court
  58. ^ Yuet Tsui Court
  59. ^ Yee Tsui Court
  60. ^ 漁灣邨 (Chinese)
  61. ^ Yue Wan Estate
  62. ^ 柴灣村及環翠村 (Chinese)
  63. ^ 徙置區 (Chinese)
  64. ^ 柴灣村的徙置式樓宇 (Chinese)
  65. ^ Legislative Council Panel on Housing Follow-up to Special Meeting on 10 March 2008
  66. ^ Redevelopment of North Point Estate
  67. ^ Committee Members See How Contractors Assessment System Works