Nam Cheong Street Modular Social Housing Project ("Nam Cheong 220“)

202 - 220 Nam Cheong Street, Sham Shui Po
Courtesy of HKCSS

Modular Social Housing Projects adopt modular integrated construction to build transitional social housing in idle land. HKCSS aims to provide affordable and transitional social housing to families and persons whom queued for the public rental housing and/ or currently live in dismal and inadequate housing conditions so that their living quality can be improved.


Expected to provide totally 89 units. The internal floor area of each unit is between around 10 sqm to 25 sqm. Different module size will be provided for 1-person household unit, 2-person household unit, 3-person household unit and accessible unit.


Related News:

19/8/2020  The Hong Kong Council of Social Serevice

(Chinese only)全港首個組合社會房屋竣工 社聯「組合社會房屋計劃」-「南昌220」



Housing project moves for reuse


2/3/2023  The Hong Kong Council of Social Serevice

「南昌220」組件將在大埔展開「新生」(Chinese only)


19/3/2024  Jockey Club Design Institute for Social Innovation

Technical Report on the Deconstruction, Relocation and Reinstallation of MiC Modules in Nam Cheong 220 Transitional Housing Project 

Project timelapse Courtesy of HKCSS

Highlights on Current Status

Tenants Moved In

Project Current Status


No. of MiC Modules


CFA (m²)


MiC CFA (m²)


Superstructure Storeys


MiC Storeys


Construction Cycle of Typical MiC floor ( @ Day cycle)

4 Days

Construction Commencement Date

Aug 2019

Year of Completion

Jul 2020



Public Announcement Date on Use of MiC

Jun 2018

Construction Commencement Date

Aug 2019

Modules Manufacturing Commencement Date

Nov 2019

Assembly Commencement Date

Dec 2019

Year of Completion

Jul 2020

Tenant Move in

Aug 2020

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Last Updated: 19.03.2024 14:15:43

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