Ballots drawn for Sale of Green Form Subsidised Home Ownership Scheme Flats 2022

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The Chairman of the Subsidised Housing Committee of the Hong Kong Housing Authority (HA), Ms Cleresa Wong (left), accompanied by the Assistant Director of Housing (Housing Subsidies), Mr Kenneth Leung, officiates at the electronic ballot drawing ceremony today for the HA's Sale of Green Form Subsidised Home Ownership Scheme Flats 2022 to determine the priority sequence based on the last two digits of the application numbers.

8th December 2022 – (Hong Kong) Ballots were drawn today for the Hong Kong Housing Authority (HA)’s Sale of Green Form Subsidised Home Ownership Scheme (GSH) Flats 2022 (GSH 2022). The Chairman of the HA’s Subsidised Housing Committee, Ms Cleresa Wong, officiated at the ballot drawing.

“During the application period, the HA received a total of around 62,000 applications for GSH 2022, comprising around 45,000 carry-over Green Form applications from the Sale of Home Ownership Scheme Flats 2022 (HOS 2022) and around 17,000 new applications, out of which around 10,000 were received online. Amongst the applications received, around 51,000 came from family applicants (in which around 27,000 applied under the Priority Scheme for Families with Elderly Members) and around 11,000 were from one-person applicants,” a spokesman for the HA said.

 The ballot drawing conducted today is to determine the applicants’ priority sequence for GSH 2022 based on the last two digits of their application numbers. For applicants holding the same drawn digits within the different application categories, their order of priority will be randomly generated by computer.

The ballot results have been uploaded to the dedicated webpage on the HA/Housing Department website (www.housingauthority.gov.hk/gsh/2022). Applicants who have submitted online applications will receive an email notification of the ballot results after the ballot drawing ceremony.

The randomly generated order of all applications will be uploaded to the dedicated webpage tomorrow. It will also be displayed from tomorrow at the GSH Sales Office in Kwun Tong, the HA Customer Service Centre in Lok Fu, the estate offices and District Tenancy Management Offices of the HA, the estate offices of the Hong Kong Housing Society and the Home Affairs Enquiry Centres of the Home Affairs Department. Applicants may also call the HA sales hotline 2712 8000 for enquiries.

The HA will, in accordance with the order of priority, invite applicants holding a valid Green Form Certificate to submit the supporting documents of their income and assets within a specified period for detailed vetting, so as to ascertain whether individual applicants meet the eligibility criteria for GSH 2022 and the final priority for flat selection of eligible applicants.

 “Notifications will be sent to eligible applicants in batches starting from the first quarter of 2023 to invite them to select flats for sale under GSH 2022 at the GSH Sales Office in Kwun Tong according to their priority under the respective application category,” the spokesman said.

If applicants under the carry-over arrangement from HOS 2022 to GSH 2022 have successfully purchased a flat under HOS 2022, their applications for GSH 2022 will be cancelled immediately, and vice versa.

A total of 4,693 flats in three new GSH developments, namely Ching Tao Court in Fanling, Ko Wang Court in Yau Tong and Kam Pak Court in Ma On Shan are put up for sale under GSH 2022.

Sales brochures covering full details of the three developments under GSH 2022 and price lists will be made available for public collection at the GSH Sales Office and viewing on the HA/Housing Department’s designated websites for the respective GSH developments starting seven days before commencement of the flat selection period. Doll houses and virtual videos of typical flats and building models of the three developments, exhibition panels and other information will be exhibited at the GSH Sales Office for viewing by the public starting seven days before commencement up to the end of the flat selection period.

HKSAR Govt Press Release

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