Tenants begin moving into four newly completed blocks of On Tai Estate

Hong Kong (HKSAR) - The following is issued on behalf of the Hong Kong Housing Authority:
     Tenants of Phase III, the last phase, of On Tai Estate at On Sau Road, Kwun Tong, Kowloon, began moving into the four newly completed domestic blocks today (July 10). Completion of the estate reflects the continuous efforts of the Hong Kong Housing Authority (HA) to provide affordable rental housing to eligible low-income families with housing needs.
     "The four non-standard domestic blocks, namely Hang Tai House, Tak Tai House, Fung Tai House and Shing Tai House, which are 30 storeys or 33 storeys in height, provide about 3 000 public rental housing (PRH) units for about 9 350 residents," a spokesman for the HA said.
     The intakes for the seven domestic blocks at Phases I and II of On Tai Estate were conducted last year and early this year. Upon completion of intake for the entire estate, the 11 blocks at On Tai Estate will provide around 8 500 PRH units for about 25 000 residents.
     On Tai Estate offers a number of recreational facilities including outdoor children's playgrounds, basketball courts, badminton courts and table-tennis tables.

In addition, there will be two community farms for residents' use.
     The car park at On Tai Estate has already come into operation. The wet market and shops inside the shopping centre, as well as two kindergartens and an ancillary facilities block, are all completed and will provide services accordingly at later stage.

Published on: 2018-07-10

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