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Acromec bags S$7.6m poultry farm job for Chew’s Agriculture

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Engineering-services provider Acromec has clinched a S$7.6 million M&A works contract for the construction of a poultry farm for Chew’s Agriculture. Acromec was made the sub-contractor for the works, which encompass the installation of the air-conditioning and ventilation,…

Real estate agent who engineered scheme to defraud sellers fined

A local real estate agent was fined and suspended after an elaborate scheme she engineered – in which she deceived HDB flat sellers into paying her a reward on top of her commission by misrepresenting a buyer’s offer…

Don Don Donki’s fourth outlet to open in May at Novena’s Square 2

Japanese discount chain Don Quijote will be opening its fourth Don Don Donki outlet in Singapore in May. The outlet will be located at the basement of Square 2 mall, which is connected to Novena MRT station, according…

Medical suits in SBF Center up for sale or lease

Eighteen medical suits in SBF Center on Robinson Road have been put up for sale or lease, announced Knight Frank. The average asking price for the units, which sized from 678 sqft to 2,842 sqft, is about $4,200…

Boulevard 88 sees 80% sales for released units

City Developments Limited (CDL) and its joint venture partners – Hong Leong Holdings Limited and Lea Investments – has sold 20 out of 25 released units to date since opening luxury development Boulevard 88 up for exclusive private…

Sim Lim Square set to launch en-bloc sale at S$1.3b after owners give go-ahead

“Tech mecca” Sim Lim Square will be put up for collective sale, after securing the requisite agreement of at least 80 per cent of its owners. The mall, located on Rochor Canal Road, will go on sale at…

Earlier sales launch for Treasure at Tampines, but analysts say ‘browsers’ may not be buyers

Days after thousands of people thronged its showrooms, developers of private condominium Treasure at Tampines have pushed forward the sales launch by a week, to this Sat. However, analysts said that the high turnout might not translate into…

Sentosa Development Corporation appoints new chairman, board members

SDC has appointed Mr Bob Tan Beng Hai as chairman, announced MTI on Wed. The appointment takes effect on Apr 1. Mr Tan is also board chairman of Jurong Engg, Ascott Residence Trust Mgmt Limited, SINGEX Holdings and…

First Shang Social restaurant will open at Jewel Changi

Shangri-La Group will launch its first standalone restaurant – Shang Social – at Jewel Changi Airport next month. The 200-seat restaurant offers three distinctive Chinese cuisines: Cantonese, Huaiyang, and Sichuan. The company says the menu features traditional and…

Developers should target lower profit margins

The Government should stand firm on the property cooling measures that were introduced last July. The recent collective-sale frenzy has not been beneficial for Singapore. Developments like The Gazania and Treasures at Tampines have more than tripled the…

Fine motorcyclists who park indiscriminately

Mr Ho San Cheow’s observation of the invasion by PMDs and bicycles on pavements is nothing new, especially considering how motorcyclists have been freely riding on pavements without consequences for many years (Don’t wait for more accidents before…

Only in-building coaxial cabling required

We thank Mr Gan Lee Meng for his letter (Shed light on coaxial cables, Mar 12). IMDA had taken into account StarHub’s cessation of its Hybrid Fibre Coaxial (HFC) network in its revised code of practice for info-communication…

Why leave lights on in new, unoccupied blocks?

I live near the upcoming Bidadari HDB estate, in which some blocks seem to have been completely built. Every night, when I look out of my windows, I see that the lights in the completed blocks, as well…

NParks needs to give more info on Ubin policies

NParks reply did not address my query on how it came to the conclusion that it has “not observed any discernible drop in visitorship since” it stopped tracking visitor numbers in 2010 (NParks working to preserve Ubin’s rusticity,…

Find out which districts and type of housing are more popular with tenants

Last time I looked at the most leased and owner-occupied projects in Singapore. Based on the top 10 developments in these categories, it appeared that those in the central areas were more likely to be leased and that…

Singapore continues to monitor situation in Pasir Gudang as more illegal dumping found

Authorities in Singapore are monitoring the situation in Pasir Gudang, as more illegal waste dumping sites have been found in the area. One of the new dumping sites found this week is along Johor’s Sungai Masai, which empties…

Oxley’s potential $950 mil deal falls through after Gracious Land defaults on $38 mil deposit

Oxley Gem, a subsidiary of Oxley Holdings, has terminated the LOI it received from Gracious Land in Jan for the $950 million purchase of its Mercure and Novotel hotels, after not receiving a subsequent deposit of $38 million…

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