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Public housing estates in Ma On Shan

Ma On Shan skyline, formed by a mix of public and private housing estates.

The following is a list of Public housing estates in Ma On Shan, 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

Name Type Inaug. No Blocks No Units Notes
Chevalier Garden 富安花園 PSPS 1987 17 3,942
Chung On Estate 頌安邨 Public 1996 5 2,834
Fu Fai Garden 富輝花園 PSPS 1991 2 520
Fok On Garden 福安花園 PSPS 1992 2 600
Heng On Estate 恆安邨 TPS 1987 7 1,319
Kam Chun Court 錦駿苑 HOS 2023 5 2,069
Kam Fai Court 錦暉苑 HOS 2020 1 735
Kam Fung Court 錦豐苑 HOS 1996 9 3,648
Kam Hay Court 錦禧苑 HOS 1989 3 1,050
Kam Lung Court 錦龍苑 HOS 1993 4 1,400
Kam On Court 錦鞍苑 HOS 1987 3 1,050
Kam Tai Court 錦泰苑 HOS 2000 12 3,440
Kam Ying Court 錦英苑 HOS 1991 10 3,500
Lee On Estate 利安邨 Public 1993 5 3,632
Park Belvedere 雅景臺 Sandwich 1998 4 992 HK Housing Society
Saddle Ridge Garden 富寶花園 PSPS 1993 12 4,200
Yan On Estate 欣安邨 Public 2011 3 2,587
Yiu On Estate 耀安邨 TPS 1988 7 1,367

Chevalier Garden

Chevalier Garden and MTR Tai Shui Hang station

Chevalier Garden (Chinese: 富安花園) is a HOS and PSPS court in Ma On Shan, next to MTR Tai Shui Hang station.[1][2] It was jointly developed by the Hong Kong Housing Authority and Chevalier Group, and it was the first HOS court developed by Chevalier Group.[3] It has totally 17 blocks built between 1987 and 1988.

Name[4] Type Completion
Block 1 PSPS 1987
Block 2
Block 3
Block 4
Block 5
Block 6
Block 7
Block 8
Block 9
Block 10
Block 11 1988
Block 12
Block 13
Block 14
Block 15
Block 16
Block 17

Chung On Estate

Chung On Estate

Chung On Estate (Chinese: 頌安邨) is the fourth public housing estate in Ma On Shan.[5][6] It is built on the reclaimed land approaching Sha Tin Hoi and Tolo Harbour.[7] It consists of 5 residential blocks completed between 1996 and 2001, offering a total of 3,000 units. Besides, there is a shopping mall (Chung On Shopping Centre) inside of the housing estate.

Name Type Completion
Chung Tak House Harmony 2 1996
Chung Kwan House 1998
Chung Chi House 2001
Chung Ping House Small Household Block 1999
Chung Wo House Single Aspect Building 2000

[8]

Chung Wo House was placed under lockdown for mandatory covid-test on 21 February 2022.[9] Chung Kwan House was sealed on 22 February.[10]

Fok On Garden

Fok On Garden (Chinese: 福安花園) is a HOS and PSPS court on the reclaimed land[7] in Ma On Shan Town Centre, near MTR Ma On Shan station. It has 2 blocks built in 1992.

Name[11] Type Completion
Block 1 PSPS 1992
Block 2

Fu Fai Garden

Fu Fai Garden (Chinese: 富輝花園) is a HOS and PSPS court on the reclaimed land[7] in Ma On Shan Town Centre, near MTR Ma On Shan station. Jointly developed by the Hong Kong Housing Authority and CCECC (HK), the court has two blocks built in 1992.

Name[12] Type Completion
Block 1 PSPS 1992
Block 2

Heng On Estate

Heng On Estate

Heng On Estate (Chinese: 恆安邨) is the first public housing estate in Ma On Shan. It consists of seven residential buildings completed in 1987.[13] It is a mixed estate built on reclaimed land[7] between Ma On Shan Road and Sai Sha Road. Some of the flats were sold to the tenants through Tenants Purchase Scheme Phase 1 in 1998.[14] The Heng On Estate Commercial Centre and Central Garden received a Certificate of Merit at the 1989 Hong Kong Institute of Architects Annual Awards.[15][16]

Name Type Completion
Heng Kong House New Slab 1987
Heng Shan House Trident 3
Heng Fung House
Heng Hoi House
Heng Yat House
Heng Yuet House
Heng Sing House

[17]

Heng Kong House was put under lockdown for mandatory covid testing between 5 & 6 February 2021.[18] Heng Fung House was sealed on 22 February 2022.[10]

Kam Chun Court

Kam Chun Court construction site

Kam Chun Court (Chinese: 錦駿苑) is a HOS court under construction along Ma On Shan Road, Ma On Shan. Formerly the site of Tai Shui Hang Bicycle Park, the court comprises 5 blocks with totally 2,069 units. It is expected to complete in 2023.[19]

Kam Fai Court

Kam Fai Court

Kam Fai Court (Chinese: 錦暉苑) is a HOS court in Hang Kin Street, Ma On Shan, near MTR Heng On station, Heng On Estate and Oceanaire. It comprises one 37-storey block with 735 units. It is expected to complete in 2020.

Name Type Completion
Kam Fai Court Non-standard 2020

Kam Fung Court

Kam Fung Court

Kam Fung Court (Chinese: 錦豐苑) is a HOS court in Ma On Shan, built on the reclaimed land along Tide Cove shoreline.[20] It has totally nine blocks built in 1996. However, three of the blocks, Kam Lei House, Kam Ho House and Kam Lan House, were unsold until the sales of surplus HOS flats Phase 3 and 4 in 2008.[21][22] In the late 1990s, Kam Fung Court suffered from serious subsidence problem on its newly reclaimed land.[23][24]

Name[25] Type Completion
Kam Yung House Harmony 1 1996
Kam Ling House
Kam Wai House
Kam Lei House 2002
Kam Kwai House 1997
Kam Huen House
Kam Mei House
Kam Ho House Harmony 2 2002
Kam Lan House

Kam Hay Court

Kam Hay Court

Kam Hay Court (Chinese: 錦禧苑) is a HOS court on the reclaimed land[7][26] in Ma On Shan, near Yiu On Estate. It has three blocks built in 1989.

Name[27] Type Completion
Kam Foon House NCB (Ver.1984) 1989
Kam Yan House
Kam Wing House

Kam Lung Court

Kam Lung Court

Kam Lung Court (Chinese: 錦龍苑) is a HOS court next to Lee On Estate.[28] It has totally four blocks built in 1993.

Name[29] Type Completion
Lung Yuet House NCB (Ver.1984) 1993
Lung Yan House
Lung Yiu House
Lung Sing House

Kam On Court

Kam On Court

Kam On Court (Chinese: 錦鞍苑) is a HOS court on the reclaimed land[7] in Ma On Shan, next to Heng On Estate and MTR Heng On station.[30] It has three blocks built in 1987.

Name[31] Type Completion
Yuk On House NCB (Ver.1984) 1987
Ngan On House
Po On House

Kam Tai Court

Kam Tai Court

Kam Tai Court (Chinese: 錦泰苑) is a HOS court in Ma On Shan, built on the reclaimed land along Tide Cove shoreline, near MTR Tai Shui Hang station.[1][2] It has totally 12 blocks completed in 2000. Besides, there is a shopping mall (Kam Tai Shopping Centre) inside of the housing estate.

Name[32] Type Completion
Kam Fu House Concord 1 2000
Kam Pong House
Kam Hing House
Kam Shing House
Kam Wei House
Kam Lai House
Kam Ching House
Kam Ying House Single Aspect Concord
Kam Tin House
Kam Pui House
Kam Man House
Kam Kei House

Kam Ying Court

Kam Ying Court

Kam Ying Court (Chinese: 錦英苑) is a HOS court. It has totally 10 blocks built at a hill called Ma On Terrace (or Saddle Ridge Terrace) (Chinese: 馬鞍台) and was completed in 1991.[33]

Name[34] Type Completion
Kam Leung House NCB (Ver.1984) 1991
Kam Kai House
Kam Keung House
Kam Chi House
Kam Dat House
Kam Shun House
Kam Yuet House
Kam Nga House
Kam Yiu House
Kam Yee House

Lee On Estate

Lee On Estate

Lee On Estate (Chinese: 利安邨) is a public estate located at Wu Kai Sha and near MTR Wu Kai Sha station.[35] It is the third public housing estate in Ma On Shan. It consists of five residential buildings completed in 1993 and 1994. Besides, there is a shopping mall (Lee On Shopping Centre) inside of the housing estate.

Name Type Completion
Lee Fung House Harmony 2 1993
Lee Shing House
Lee Hing House
Lee Wah House 1994
Lee Wing House

[36]

Park Belvedere

Park Belvedere

Park Belvedere (Chinese: 雅景臺) is a Sandwich Class Housing Scheme court on the reclaimed land of Ma On Shan Town Centre.[37] Developed by the Hong Kong Housing Society, the court consists of four blocks built in 1998.[38]

Name[39] Type Completion
Block 1 PSPS 1998
Block 2
Block 3
Block 4

Saddle Ridge Garden

Saddle Ridge Garden

Saddle Ridge Garden (Chinese: 富寶花園) is a HOS and PSPS court in Ma On Shan, built at a hill called Ma On Terrace (or Saddle Ridge Terrace) (Chinese: 馬鞍台). It is named from the name of hill, Saddle Ridge (Chinese: 馬鞍). It was jointly developed by the Hong Kong Housing Authority and Chevalier Group,[40] with totally 12 blocks built in 1993.

Name[41] Type Completion
Block 1 PSPS 1993
Block 2
Block 3
Block 4
Block 5
Block 6
Block 7
Block 8
Block 9
Block 10
Block 11
Block 12

Yan On Estate

Yan On Estate

Yan On Estate (Chinese: 欣安邨) is a public rental estate south of Heng On Estate. The HK$800 million construction contract was awarded by the Housing Authority to Yau Lee Construction in 2009.[42] The new estate opened in 2011 and comprises three blocks and a small commercial centre. It is designed to house about 6,800 residents in 2,587 flats.[43] The estate is within walking distance of Heng On railway station on the Tuen Ma line.

The shopping centre opened with three shops: a cha chaan teng, a convenience store, and a mini-supermarket. In addition, an empty bay on the ground floor of Yan Hei House was converted into a fourth shop.[44]

The estate is slated for expansion starting in 2018. The carpark will be converted into a multi-storey carpark cum shopping centre. Heng Tai Road will be diverted to make room for three more residential blocks with 1,600 flats to house about 4,900 residents.[45] The expansion is scheduled for completion in 2021.[44]

Name Chinese name Type Completion
Yan Chung House 欣頌樓 Non-standard 2011
Yan Hei House 欣喜樓
Yan Yuet House 欣悅樓

Yiu On Estate

Yiu On Estate

Yiu On Estate (耀安邨) is a public estate and TPS estate located in Ma On Shan in Sha Tin, New Territories, Hong Kong. It is the second housing estate in Ma On Shan. It was built on the reclaimed land[7] between Ma On Shan Road and Sai Sha Road in 1988. Some of the flats were sold to the tenants through TPS Phase 2 in 1999.[46]

Besides, there is a shopping mall (Yiu On Shopping Centre) inside of the housing estate.

The estate is home to the Ma On Shan campus of the Hong Kong College of Technology, a vocational institute.

Name Type Completion
Yiu Ping House Trident 4 1988
Yiu Chung House
Yiu Yan House
Yiu Wing House
Yiu Shun House Trident 3
Yiu Him House
Yiu Wo House New Slab

[47]

See also

References

  1. ^ a b Tai Shui Hang Station Archived 22 September 2009 at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ a b Tai Shui Hang Station
  3. ^ Milestones of Chevalier Garden
  4. ^ Chevalier Garden
  5. ^ April 2004.pdf Chung On Estate under Urban Group wins Green Property Management Award for 2 consecutive years
  6. ^ Chung On Estate, Ma On Shan
  7. ^ a b c d e f g List of completed estates constructed on newly reclaimed land
  8. ^ Chung On Estate
  9. ^ "Chung Wo House lockdown in Ma on Shan ends with 49 cases revealed".
  10. ^ a b RTHK
  11. ^ Fuk On Garden
  12. ^ Fu Fai Garden
  13. ^ Heng On Estate
  14. ^ TPS
  15. ^ Ongvises, Vanapa (23 December 2003). "Setting the trend for design excellence". South China Morning Post.
  16. ^ List of Past HKIA Annual Awards
  17. ^ Heng On Estate
  18. ^ RTHK
  19. ^ 馬鞍山路 居者有其屋計劃發展項目命名
  20. ^ http://www.epd.gov.hk/eia/register/report/eiareport/eia_02799/10.pdf [bare URL PDF]
  21. ^ Sale of Surplus HOS Flats Phase 3
  22. ^ Sale of Surplus HOS Flats Phase 4
  23. ^ "Panel on Housing (Minutes) 30 Mar 98".
  24. ^ "Panel on Housing (Papers) 30 Mar 98".
  25. ^ Kam Fung Court
  26. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 9 June 2011. Retrieved 6 July 2009.((cite web)): CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  27. ^ Kam Hei Court
  28. ^ http://www.epd.gov.hk/eia/register/report/executive/english/eia_01899.pdf [bare URL PDF]
  29. ^ Kam Lung Court
  30. ^ Heng On Station
  31. ^ Kam On Court
  32. ^ Kam Tai Court
  33. ^ "Archived copy" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 12 June 2009. Retrieved 13 November 2009.((cite web)): CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  34. ^ Kam Ying Court
  35. ^ Wu Kai Sha Station
  36. ^ Lee On Estate
  37. ^ "Finance Committee (Papers) 19 Jul 96".
  38. ^ "香港房屋協會" (PDF).
  39. ^ Park Belvedere
  40. ^ Chevalier Group – Property Investment and Development
  41. ^ Saddle Ridge Garden
  42. ^ "Ma On Shan housing contract for Yau Lee". The Journal of the Hong Kong Institute of Engineers. 37 (7). July 2009.
  43. ^ "LCQ18: Property management of Yan On Estate". Legislative Council. Retrieved 13 November 2014. 29 June 2011
  44. ^ a b "LCQ8: Retail facilities and parking spaces in Yan On Estate". Legislative Council. 3 June 2015.
  45. ^ "欣安邨第二期公共房屋發展項目及馬鞍山路(南段及北段)居者有其屋發展項目方案" (PDF). Sha Tin District Council. August 2013.
  46. ^ TPS Phase 2
  47. ^ Yiu On Estate

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