- Reverse mortgage
- Public housing issues
- Application for public rental housing
- Priority for the elderly
- Harmonious Families Priority Scheme (“HFPS”)
- Priority Scheme for Single Elderly Persons
- Elderly Persons Priority Scheme
- Special arrangements for elderly tenants
- Rent Assistance Scheme
- Housing subsidy policy
- Survey on household income
- Transfer of flats
- Tenants’ responsibilities
- Marking Scheme for Estate Management Enforcement
- Housing abuses
- General enquiries
- Maintenance and safety of property
- Redevelopment and acquisition of property
Public housing issues
Elderly Persons Priority Scheme
Two or more elderly persons who undertake to live together upon flat allocation are eligible to apply for PRH under this priority scheme, provided they also fulfil the general eligibility criteria under item 2.1 of the PRH-WL.
Unrelated members are required to sign or stamp their seals on the application form together.
All applicants must be at least 58 years old when they submit their application and at least 60 at the time of flat allocation.
Eligible applications under this scheme receive priority processing over applications from ordinary families.