THE last batch of residents evacuated from the Housing Society's endangered block at Kwun Lung Lau estate in Western were resettled in temporary homes last night. They had taken refuge at the Urban Council's Shek Tong Tsui Complex for nine days since a retaining wall collapsed beside the rental estate in the July 23 rainstorms, killing five people. About 300 residents of Blocks C and D of the estate had been housed in the indoor game halls on the complex's fifth and sixth floors, which were expected to be reopened to the public today after the last 10 tenants left last night. Ninety Block D families registered for rehousing. All Block C residents were allowed home last Friday after Building Department inspectors were satisfied the block's foundations were stable. It was thought upper floors of Block D could reopen late this month after preliminary repairs on the slope. Lower floor tenants would have to wait until the retaining wall was completely repaired, which might take six months. Society spokeswoman Stephanie Li Suet-shan said yesterday those tenants had been allocated temporary homes last Thursday, but most had chosen to move in over the weekend. ''We were not dragging our feet on rehousing,'' she said. The society has reserved about 100 flats in its estates on the island - Healthy Village, Lai Tak Tsuen, Ming Wah Dai Ha building and Yue Kwong Chuen. The units are rent-free and are supplied with water and power. Basic furniture and fittings are provided on request. Lorries were provided to help families move in.