Kingsford Huray receives no-sale licence for Normanton Park project

KINGSFORD Huray Development has been fined a no-sale permit for its project at the past Normanton Park web site, forbiding it from marketing units before the Temporary Job Permit (LEADING) is secured.

One Normanton Park floor plan

In June, Kingsford Huray was approved permission for a 1,882-unit project on the web site, making up 1,863 apartments as well as 19 strata patio residences. But the Controller of Property (COH) gave out a no-sale licence for the project on Jan 15, “as the company had neglected to meet the needs for a sale driver’s licence”, claimed an Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) spokesperson in feedback to queries from The Business Times.

He claimed the Property and also Building Authority (BCA) had located that at the developer’s other project Kingsford Waterbay, some structure operates like windows, obstacles and also common floor home “had differed needs under the Building Management Show and also Laws”.

“Feedback acquired from customers of Kingsford Hillview Optimal, one more project by the provider, was actually additionally taken note of,” the spokesman included.

In December 2017, Kingsford Waterbay was actually issued with an order to cease constructing works. This was raised only after correction jobs were completed. Independently, in July 2017, Kingsford Huray was fined S$ 130,000 under the Place Of Work Security and Wellness Act for repeated protection lapses at its own Hillview Height worksite.