09 Jun '11, 8am

Massive government land sale, up to 43 sites

Massive government land sale, up to 43 sites

The Ministry of National Development (MND) has announced on Thursday that more land will be released for sale, up to 43 sites into the Government Land Sales program (GLS) in the second half of this year. -- ST PHOTO: GEORGE GASCON THE Ministry of National Development (MND) has announced on Thursday that more land will be released for sale, up to 43 sites into the Government Land Sales program (GLS) in the second half of this year. Out of the 43 sites, 19 sites will be on the confirmed list, while 24 sites will be on the reserve list. Of the 19 confirmed listed sites, 17 will be set aside for residential development, where about 8,100 apartments can be built. Together with the 13 residential sites on the reserve list, up to 14,195 residential units will be available to meet the strong demand of home owners. This is slightly less than the first half of this year's potential ...

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