|Upper Ngau Tau Kok Estate|
for the Kwun Tong District Council
Boundary of Upper Ngau Tau Kok Estate in Kwun Tong District
|Legislative Council constituency||Kowloon East|
|Number of members||One|
|Member(s)||Leung Tang-fung (DAB)|
|Created from||Ngau Tau Kok|
Upper Ngau Tau Kok Estate (Chinese :牛頭角上邨) is one of the 37 constituencies in the Kwun Tong District of Hong Kong which was recreated in 2015.
The constituency loosely covers part of Upper Ngau Tau Kok Estate with the estimated population of 15,165.
|2015||Ben Chan Kwok-wah||DAB|
|DAB||Ben Chan Kwok-wah||2,453||61.6|
|Nonpartisan||Hendrick Lui Chi-hang||1,531||38.4|
|DAB win (new seat)|
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