|Po Tat Estate|
|Cantonese Yale||bóu daaht chyūn|
Po Tat Estate (Chinese: 寶達邨), formerly called Po Lam Road Housing Development (Chinese: 寶琳路房屋發展), is a public housing estate at the junction of Po Lam Road and Sau Mau Ping Road in Sau Mau Ping, Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong, near Sau Mau Ping Estate and Tseung Kwan O Tunnel. It consists of 13 blocks and a shopping centre. In 2016, it housed a population of 24,642.
Before Po Tat Estate was constructed, the site was a cement plant and part of the Anderson Road and Po Lam Road were laid on there. Its Phase 1, 2 and 4 consists of 6 blocks and a shopping centre completed in 2001. Another six blocks originally belonged to a HOS estate, Hiu Lam Court (Chinese: 曉琳苑), but they were transferred to rental housing and occupied in 2003.
|Name (Block no.)||Type||Completion|
|Tat Hong House (Block 2)||Harmony 1 Option 6 (Late third Gen.)||2001|
|Tat Fu House (Block 3)|
|Tat Chui House (Block 5)|
|Tat Yan House (Block 6)|
|Tat Yi House (Block 7)|
|Tat Fung House (Block 4)||Harmony 1 Option 10 (Late third Gen.)|
|Tat Cheung House (Block 1)||Small Household Block|
|Tat Hei House (Block A)||New Cruciform||2003|
|Tat Shun House (Block B)|
|Tat Kai House (Block C)|
|Tat Hin House (Block D)|
|Tat Kwai House (Block E)|
|Tat On House (Block F)|
In the 2016 by-census, Po Tat Estate recorded a population of 24,642. There were 7,391 households and an average household size of 3.3 persons.
At present, residents of Po Tat Estate are reliant on road transport, primarily buses and minibuses. In the future, a new station of the Mass Transit Railway (MTR) may be built at the estate under the East Kowloon line concept, which was proposed by the Transport and Housing Bureau in the Railway Development Strategy 2014. That document suggested that the new railway line may be built between 2019 and 2025.
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