Kowloon West (1998 constituency)

The Kowloon West geographical constituency was one of the five geographical constituencies of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong from 1998 to 2021. It was established in 1998 for the first SAR Legislative Council election and was abolished under the 2021 overhaul of the Hong Kong electoral system. In the 2016 Legislative Council election, it elected six members of the Legislative Council using the Hare quota of party-list proportional representation. It had 602,733 registered electorates in 2020. The constituency corresponded to the districts of Yau Tsim Mong, Sham Shui Po, and Kowloon City.

Kowloon West
Former Geographical Constituency
for the Legislative Council of Hong Kong
Boundary of Kowloon West in Hong Kong
DistrictYau Tsim Mong District
Sham Shui Po District
Kowloon City District
RegionKowloon
Population1,205,300 (2020)[1]
Electorate602,733 (2020)[2]
Former constituency
Created1998
Abolished2021
Number of membersThree (1998–2000)
Four (2000–2008)
Five (2008–2016)
Six (2016–2021)
Member(s)Last:
Pro-Beijing (3):
  Priscilla Leung (BPA/KWND)
  Ann Chiang (DAB)
  Vincent Cheng (DAB)
Vacant (3)
Created fromKowloon South-west,
Kowloon West (1995),
Kowloon South,
Kowloon Central (1995)
Replaced byKowloon Central (2021),
Kowloon West (2021)