Kong Ha Wai Transitional Housing Project

Kong Ha Wai, Kam Tin, Yuen Long
Courtesy of Pok Oi Hospital

The Transitional Housing Development is to support the Government policy in providing urgent temporary accommodation, meeting immediate housing demand for the general public. The site is located in Kam Tin, aiming to provide 1,998 nos. of flats in 8 nos. of 4 storey residential blocks constructed with MiC units, with a total GFA of 57,973 m². The development also contains 2 nos. Amenity Blocks providing various ancillary facilities for the residents. The expected completion date will be the end of 2022.


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20/10/2021  Pok Oi Hospital

元朗過渡性房屋項目—博愛江夏圍村 現正接受申請 為約6,000基層紓解住屋壓力 建構和諧共融新社區 邁向更好未來 (Chinese only)

28/02/2022  Press Release HKSAR Government

Use of transitional housing as community isolation facilities

Courtesy of Pok Oi Hospital

Highlight on Current Status

Phase 1 Completed in Mar 2022

Project Current Status

Module Installation (Phase 2)

No. of MiC Modules


GFA (m²)

Approx. 55, 000

MiC GFA (m²)


Total Storeys


MiC Storeys


Anticipated Construction Cycle of Typical MiC floor ( @ Day cycle)

7 Days

Construction Commencement Date

Mar 2021

Anticipated Date of Completion

Q4 2022



Design Consultancy Commencement

Sep 2020

Construction Commencement

Mar 2021

Anticipated Date of Completion

Q3 2022

Last Updated: 18.08.2022 10:14:19

The Chief Executive's 2022 Policy Address

To foster the development of MiC

The Chief Executive delivered the 2022 Policy Address on 19 October. To enhance Quantity, Speed, Efficiency and Quality, the Government will increase public housing and land supply by different measures, including the building of Light Public Housing by MiC to shorten the waiting time of public housing. The Housing Authority and Housing Society will adopt the MiC in more public housing projects. The DEVB will establish a cross-departmental steering committee, to streamline approval processes, and also making available land in the Northern Metropolis for manufacturing and storage of modules.