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1. "United Court" Transitional Housing Project at Tung Tau, Yuen Long
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The Government supports and facilitates the implementation of various short- and medium-term initiatives put forward and carried out by the community to provide transitional housing for alleviating the hardship faced by families awaiting Public Rental Housing and other inadequately housed households. Sun Hung Kai Properties (SHKP) and the Welfare Council have joined hands to develop a large-scale transitional social housing project, United Court, in Tung Tau, Yuen Long. Upon completion in 2022, the project will provide about 1,800 units for underprivileged families. Social services will also be provided for the residents to promote active community participation and a caring supportive and inclusive social environment. (Project details)


2.  Good Homes: Community Housing Movement (The Project has ended)

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To support families living in undesirable environments, the Welfare Council has joined the “Community Housing Movement” of the Hong Kong Council of Social Service (HKCSS) as one of the operators to provide transitional accommodation. Located at To Kwa Wan Road, the “Good Homes” project aims to encourage co-living and co-management and improving the housing conditions of underprivileged families, while promoting a neighbourly culture. The project was made possible by the joint effort of different parties, including the contribution of 61 units in 4 building blocks by Henderson Land Development Company Ltd., the funding of the Community Chest and the coordination of HKCSS. (The Project has ended.)

3. Kowloon City in Transformation: The Kowloon City Themed Walking Trail

本頁圖片/檔案 - 4-12-1Supported by the Urban Renewal Fund, the Welfare Council’s 6-year Kowloon City Themed Walking Trail project began operation on 1st January, 2018. The project is designed to bring residents and stakeholders together in an effort to promote heritage preservation and the cultural value of Kowloon City. (Project details)

 

4. The Vineyard

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As a joint initiative between the Welfare Council and the churches of the H.K.S.K.H. Deanery of the Southern and Western Districts, Diocese of Hong Kong Island, namely St Stephen's Church, St Luke's Church and St Timothy's Church, the Vineyard makes an important collaborative efforts between the churches, schools and social service units. (Project details)