for the Yuen Long District Council
|Legislative Council constituency||New Territories North|
|Number of members||One|
Tin Heng (Chinese :天恆) is one of the 39 constituencies in the Yuen Long District of Hong Kong. The constituency returns one district councillor to the Yuen Long District Council, with an election every four years.
Tin Heng constituency is loosely based on Tin Heng Estate in Tin Shui Wai with estimated population of 20,465.
|2003||Michael Luk Chung-hung||DAB/FTU|
|2019||Henry Wong Pak-yu→Vacant||Nonpartisan|
|Nonpartisan||Henry Wong Pak-yu||6,004||61.2||+34.4|
|FTU||Michael Luk Chung-hung||3,731||38.0||−18.0|
|Nonpartisan||Stanley Chan Chi-shing||37||0.4||–|
|Nonpartisan gain from FTU||Swing||+26.2|
|FTU||Michael Luk Chung-hung||2,749||56.0||–|
|TSWNF||Henry Wong Pak-yu||1,317||26.8||–|
|DAB (FTU)||Luk Chung-hung||Unopposed|
|Democratic Alliance||Wong Siu-han||1,220||30.2||–|
|DAB win (new seat)|
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