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

為紓緩基層市民的住屋壓力,香港特區政府提出於全港各區發展過渡性房屋的措施,其中屬最大規模之一的「元朗過渡性房屋項目—博愛江夏圍村」現正接受入住申請,並於2021年10月18日(星期一)舉行新聞發佈會,公佈入住申請詳情、規劃內容與最新發展。
博愛江夏圍村過渡性房屋項目結合政府、商界及社福機構三方合作,並得到多個地區團體的支持,為社區支援帶來新景貌。是次活動榮幸邀得運輸及房屋局副局長蘇偉文博士, BBS, JP及恒基兆業地產有限公司地產策劃(一)部高級副總經理葛雲傑先生等蒞臨出席,揭示惠民項目新篇章。
運輸及房屋局副局長蘇偉文博士, BBS, JP指出:「過渡性房屋資助計劃自去年6月推出至今,已批出24個項目,積極為基層市民紓解住屋問題。日前行政長官發表的《施政報告》亦提出增加過渡性社會房屋單位至20,000個,並將投放更多資源,運輸及房屋局將全力牽頭和支援,讓更多正在輪候公共房屋的基層家庭受惠。」
博愛醫院董事局李柏成主席表示:「博愛醫院首度開展房屋營運項目,別具意義及挑戰性。博愛江夏圍村規模盛大,可望作為未來發展同類項目的重要指標,營辦完善將有助加強基層市民對過渡性房屋的信心。響應政府增加過渡性社會房屋單位的倡議,本院現正積極研究發展一幅由私人土地擁有人借出位於古洞的地塊,作為過渡性房屋的可行性,預料可提供約2,000個單位,詳情容後公佈。未來期望有更多各界善長及企業能借出土地,支持政府增加過渡性房屋這項惠民政策,讓基層市民得以安居。」
博愛江夏圍村結合三方協作 締造友愛共融•樂安居
目前博愛江夏圍村為其中一個最大型的過渡性房屋項目:由恒基兆業地產集團以象徵式港幣1元借出地塊,運輸及房屋局監察及撥款近11億港元資助興建,博愛醫院負責協調項目興建及以非牟利形式營運項目,供輪候公屋3年或以上的低收入家庭或現居於惡劣環境、有迫切需要的人士入住。
博愛江夏圍村位於元朗錦上路,位佔地約48萬平方呎,距離港鐵錦上路站約1,000米。項目由8幢4層高的住宅大樓及2幢便利設施服務大樓組成:住宅單位以「組裝合成」(MiC)建築法構建,提供1,998個單位,包括1-2人單位(1,064個)、3-4人單位(884個)、5-6人單位或無障礙單位(50個)。每個單位均配備獨立洗手間,浴室及煮食空間,以配合不同人士或家庭需要,預計可容納約6,000人入住,整個項目期間料可為近40,000名市民提供臨時居所。
為完善新社區的發展,博愛醫院將延伸現有的醫療及社會服務至區內,包括於2幢便利設施服務大樓內設置中西醫療服務及牙科診所、健康咨詢中心、長者中心、兒童青少年及家庭中心、資訊科技資源中心、社區飯堂、食品及家品商店等,並定期舉行多元化社區活動,與居民共建和諧友愛社區。本項目亦將聘請專業機構提供物業管理服務,致力打造安全、衛生及舒適的宜居環境;博愛醫院亦將與政府相關部門爭取開設更多交通路線往來元朗市中心/港鐵站,便利鄰近鄉民及新住戶,為社區支援帶來新氣象。
博愛江夏圍村的建造工程正如火如荼,首期單位將於2022年第1季完工;第二期單位的建造工程亦已開展,預計於2022年第3季完工,並於即日起至11月15日接受入住申請。
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申請資格

  • 甲類申請人:輪候公共租住房屋(公屋)不少於3年的人士/家庭
  • 乙類申請人:居於不適切住房或有迫切需要援助改善住房人士/家庭

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截止申請日期及時間

2021年11月15日下午6時正

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暫准居住費用(租金)

每月徵收之暫准居住費用(包括管理費及差餉),將不超過現行公屋相應家庭類別入息限額的25%

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暫准居住年期

2年(按情況可續租)

申請程序
目前博愛江夏圍村為其中一個最大型的過渡性房屋項目:由恒基兆業地產集團以象徵式港幣1元借出地塊,運輸及房屋局監察及撥款近11億港元資助興建,博愛醫院負責協調項目興建及以非牟利形式營運項目,供輪候公屋3年或以上的低收入家庭或現居於惡劣環境、有迫切需要的人士入住。
博愛江夏圍村設計圖、示範單位及新聞發佈會照片:
運輸及房屋局副局長蘇偉文博士, BBS, JP(前排左六)、恒基兆業地產有限公司地產策劃(一)部高級副總經理葛雲傑先生(前排右三)、一眾嘉賓及博愛醫院董事局成員齊心協力,冀帶領基層市民邁向更好未來。
運輸及房屋局副局長蘇偉文博士, BBS, JP表示運輸及房屋局將全力牽頭和支援各項過渡性社會房屋項目,讓更多正在輪候公共房屋的基層家庭受惠。
博愛醫院董事局李柏成主席期望博愛江夏圍村能協助基層市民紓解住屋壓力,未來期望有更多各界善長及企業能借出土地,支持政府增加過渡性房屋的惠民政策。

Pok Oi Hospital • Henderson Land Group Launch Transitional Housing Project in Kong Ha Wai, Yuen Long, Fostering Social Harmony and Alleviating Housing Pressure with 2,000 Residential Units for the Underprivileged

To address the housing needs of low-income families, the HKSAR Government has launched the “Funding Scheme to Support Transitional Housing Projects by Non-government Organisations” to facilitate the development of transitional housing initiatives. The Scheme—facilitated, assisted, supervised and funded by the Task Force on Transitional Housing under the Transport and Housing Bureau, implemented by Non-government Organizations (NGOs), and supported by the private sector—sets out to provide temporary housing for grassroots families who have been waiting for public housing. “Pok Oi Hospital•Henderson Land Group – Transitional Housing Project in Kong Ha Wai, Yuen Long” , the largest of its kind in Hong Kong, is about to commence. A groundbreaking ceremony was held on 29th March, 2021 (Monday).
Groundbreaking Ceremony (Left to right: Mr. Kenneth LAU Ip-keung, Executive Council member and Chairman of Heung Yee Kuk, N.T.; Dr. Jim LEE, Chairman-designate of the Board of Directors of Pok Oi Hospital; Mr. Martin LEE Ka-shing, Chairman of Henderson Land Group; Mrs. Carrie LAM CHENG Yuet-ngor, Chief Executive of HKSAR; Mrs. Josephine KAN CHAN Kit-har, Chairman of the 71st Board of Directors of Pok Oi Hospital; Mr. Frank CHAN Fan, Secretary for Transport and Housing and Mr. Augustine WONG Ho-ming, Executive Director of Henderson Land Group)
Covering about 480,000 square feet, the “Pok Oi Hospital Henderson Land Group – Transitional Housing Project in Kong Ha Wai, Yuen Long” is a joint collaboration between the Government, the business sector and NGO. The parcel of land was lent by Henderson Land Group for nominal HK$1, and is supervised by the Transport and Housing Bureau with about HK$1.1 billion in funding. Pok Oi is responsible for coordinating the construction works and operating the housing units on a non-profit-making basis. The residential units will be provided to low-income families who have been on the public housing waiting list for three or more years and to those who are living in dire conditions or with critical needs.
The project will employ a highly efficient and environmentally friendly building approach called Modular Integrated Construction (MiC). It will provide a total of 1,998 units of varying types and sizes, including units for 1-2 persons, 3-4 persons and 5-6 persons, as well as barrier-free ones. The whole project is expected to accommodate nearly 40,000 underprivileged residents in the following seven years, and the first batch of units will be ready for move-in in the first quarter of next year. In addition to easing the housing demand of low-income families waiting for public housing, Pok Oi Hospital will introduce and offer a number of community services and amenities in the area—from extending the existing medical services and providing elderly day-care services, youth services, and children and family services, to building a supermarket, a community canteen and other facilities—with the goal of creating a close-knit community of shared resources.
Mr. Martin LEE Ka-shing, JP, Chairman of Henderson Land Group said “Henderson Land has always cared about the housing needs of low-income families. We are the first enterprise to participate in the Government’s community housing schemes, and this Kong Ha Wai project is the largest of its kind in Hong Kong. We’ve also taken the initiative to revitalise the nearby Kong Ha Wai Mansion, a Grade III historic building, to provide future residents, as well as the underprivileged in the area, with a leisure space and a range of community services. I hope that this project, once completed, will be able to enhance the quality of life of thousands of families.”
Mrs. Josephine KAN CHAN Kit-har, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Pok Oi Hospital stated that Pok Oi Hospital has been serving Hong Kong citizens for over 100 years. Thanks to the support and collaboration from the Government and various stakeholders in society, Pok Oi has embarked on its first housing project in the new era of its 101st year, continuing its mission of alleviating the plight of the underprivileged while bringing forth a new network of community support.
Mrs. Carrie LAM CHENG Yuet-ngor, Chief Executive of HKSAR; Mr. Martin LEE Ka-shing, Chairman of Henderson Land Group; Mrs. Josephine KAN CHAN Kit-har, Chairman of the 71st Board of Directors of Pok Oi Hospital and Dr. Jim LEE, Chairman-designate of the Board of Directors of Pok Oi Hospital, officiating at the lion dance ceremony.
Mrs. Carrie LAM CHENG Yuet-ngor, Chief Executive of HKSAR; Mr. Martin LEE Ka-shing, Chairman of Henderson Land Group; Mrs. Josephine KAN CHAN Kit-har, Chairman of the 71st Board of Directors of Pok Oi Hospital and Dr. Jim LEE, Chairman-designate of the Board of Directors of Pok Oi Hospital, officiating at the lion dance ceremony.