2nd light public housing tender opens

June 7, 2024

The Housing Bureau today invited tenders for the second operation and management contract of Light Public Housing (LPH), involving the two projects at Choi Hing Road and Choi Shek Lane in Ngau Tau Kok.


The two LPH projects will provide about 2,290 and 148 units respectively, with intake tentatively scheduled in the second quarter of 2025 and the first quarter of 2026. 


As with the first contract, the scope of operation and management services for this contract mainly covers occupant management, property management, daily maintenance, as well as the provision of social services, and the management and operation of ancillary facilities.


To encourage participation of different stakeholders in the community, the bureau welcomes tenders from all capable and experienced service providers, including non-government organisations and those with a valid property management company licence, or a collaboration between them.


The bureau will carry out a technical assessment based on factors including the organisations’ management capability, relevant experience and past service performance, as well as the proposed modes of operation and management, social service support to be provided, feasibility of an exit plan and use of innovation and information technology as stated in their proposals.


This is to ensure that the LPH facilities and services can meet the needs of the residents and the local community.


The tender price will then be evaluated to form a consolidated assessment to decide on the most suitable organisation for operating LPH.


The bureau pointed out that LPH could fill the short-term gap in the public housing supply and improve the living conditions and quality of life of people living in inadequate housing as soon as practicable, adding that construction of a number of projects has already commenced.


Under this contract, the operation and management of two LPH projects in proximity will be taken up by one organisation.


The bureau anticipates that the arrangement could create synergy, not only for enhancing the flexibility in operation and utilisation of resources, but also for increasing efficiency and expanding the scope of service, to create a small LPH community.


Interested organisations may download the tender documents (tender reference HB2024/OPR-LPH-CHJ) via the relevant tender notice on the bureau's website or from the e-Tendering System. They may also contact the bureau’s dedicated team on LPH to obtain the tender documents.


Tenders must be submitted by noon on July 26, either electronically via the e-Tendering System or by deposit in the Government Secretariat Tender Box situated at the lobby of the Public Entrance on G/F, East Wing, Central Government Offices, 2 Tim Mei Avenue, Tamar.


Late tenders will not be accepted.

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