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Allocation Status

Public rental housing (PRH) applicants who have successfully registered can check the latest allocation status.

Highest Detailed Vetting and Allocation Number (1 1)

1. Approximate highest numbers of PRH applications currently under detailed vetting:
Family Size District
Urban Extended Urban New Territories Islands
2-person
3-person
4-person
5-person
6-person
7-person or above
2. Approximate highest numbers of PRH applications that have accepted public housing offers:
Family Size District
Urban Extended Urban New Territories Islands
2-person
3-person
4-person
5-person
6-person
7-person or above

Note:

    1

Noteworthy item (allocation of public rental housing flats with special circumstances)

1

Highest Detailed Vetting and Allocation Number (1 1)

1. Approximate highest Elderly Persons Priority Scheme application numbers currently under detailed vetting:
Family Size District
Urban Extended Urban New Territories Islands
1-person
2-person
3-person
2. Approximate highest numbers of Elderly Persons Priority
Scheme applications that have accepted public housing offers:
Family Size District
Urban Extended Urban New Territories Islands
1-person
2-person
3-person

Note:

    1

Noteworthy item (allocation of public rental housing flats with special circumstances)

1

Applications under Detailed Vetting (1 1)

Non-elderly one person applications registered under the Quota and Points System before 1 1 1 and have reached the score point of

1 by 1 1 1 are being arranged for detailed vetting.

Applications having accepted public housing offers (1 1)

The lowest scores for non-elderly one-person applicants registered under the Quota and Points System having accepted public housing offers in individual application districts are:

Urban 1 points
Extended Urban 1 points
New Territories 1 points
Islands 1 points

Since the number of non-elderly one-person applicants and public housing supply vary in different application districts, the lowest scores having accepted housing offers in individual districts may also vary. Applicants may reconsider their choice of district according to their preference and the urgency of their housing needs. However, the choice of PRH in the Urban district (including Hong Kong Island and Kowloon) is subject to restrictions stated in note 3 below. Furthermore, the relative priority of allocation depends on the points awarded under the Quota and Points System, which is related to the age of the applicant at the time of registration, and there may be more older applicants reaching the allocation stage in any given period, the lowest score having accepted housing offer in a particular district may increase when compared with that of the previous month.

Note:

    1

Noteworthy item (allocation of public rental housing flats with special circumstances)

1

Express Flat Allocation Scheme (EFAS)

Please click the following link “EFAS Web Page” to acquire updated information of EFAS.
EFAS Web Page

 

Annual special analysis of housing situation of general applicants for PRH

In view of the public's concern about the waiting time of general applicants for PRH, the Housing Department conducts a special analysis on the housing situation of general applicants for PRH every year.  Please click the link below for the most recent analysis:
Special analysis of housing situation of general applicants for PRH as at end-June 2017

Applicants' waiting time as shown in the above special analysis only shows the specific situation at a given point in time.  The analysis results only serves as a general reference and past trends are not indicative of the future.  Therefore, it should not be used as the basis for projecting the overall or individual applicant's waiting time.


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