“United Court” Transitional Housing Constructed with the Participation of CIMC was officially Put into Use, for Which Hong Kong’s Chief Executive, Carrie Lam Offered Her Congratulations on the Site
On June 16, “United Court” Transitional Housing Project at Tung Tau, Yuen Long (“United Court”), a large transitional housing project in Hong Kong, was officially put into use, for which Hong Kong’s Chief Executive, Carrie Lam attended the opening ceremony and delivered a speech. CIMC Modular Building Systems Holding Co., Ltd. (“CIMC MBS”), a subsidiary of CIMC Construction Technology Company Limited (“CIMC Construction Technology”), which is a subsidiary of CIMC was invited to attend the event as an exclusive building module system supplier of the United Court Project.
It was known that applications for occupancy in the United Court Project were accepted from January this year, and as of April, a total of 1,900 qualified applications were received. At the end of April, the first 155 units in United Court were delivered for use. The winners selected through computer balloting have moved in successively since May after completing the process of signing the leases. The project is expected to be operated until 2028, which will benefit about 5,000 families and 10,000 grassroots citizens by providing them with suitable temporary accommodation.
United Court is the first transitional housing project in Hong Kong that has been fully completed and put into use. It consists of 2,076 building modules with a floor area of 37,221 square meters. The project fully considers the people’s living experience, providing spacious public space and facilities such as integrated social service center, convenience store, self-service laundry, communal kitchen, community hair salon, shared goods library, grand square, children’s outdoor activity facilities, community garden and environmental protection and recycling station in United Court, to meet residents’ living needs and facilitate their interaction and physical exercise.