Normanton Park in Kent Ridge is set to open in the coming weeks after the no-sale ban was lifted

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Normanton Park has 1,840 one to five-bedroom homes and penthouses 22 strata terraces with two floors with seven shops, and an eatery.

Nearly two years after the developer was issued an no-sales licence The Normanton Park private residential project can now be put on the sell to the public.

However, there are many conditions that must be met prior to the sale of the units to safeguard the interests of buyers.

The development, located in the District 5 area and adjacent to Kent Ridge Park, will open to the public for a preview on January 2, 2021, according to Kingsford Huray Development in a statement to the press on Thursday.

Normanton Park will likely be the largest new project launched in the coming year, judging by the total number of 1,862 homes, that are fitted with smart-home technology The Chinese property developer said.

It is expected to get the temporary occupational permit (TOP) in 2023.

Kingsford was issued a no-sale permit on January 19, 2019 in connection with the construction project and prohibited the company from selling units prior to obtaining the TOP, but it was able to start construction

It was discovered following it was discovered that Building and Construction Authority (BCA) discovered that certain building projects, such as barriers and windows at the earlier project of the company known as Kingsford Waterbay along Upper Serangoon View was not in compliance with the regulations. Residents furious over the incident have taken the Chinese company to the task over the poor quality of workmanship in construction.

The feedback received from buyers of a different property, Kingsford Hillview Peak near the Hillview MRT station, was also taken into account when the decision was made, The Business Times (BT) said.

Kingsford Waterbay was ordered to stop construction work in December 2017 and it was lifted after the correctification works had been completed. Additionally the property developer was punished with a fine of S$130,000 in July for a series of safety violations on the site of work in construction of the Hillview Peak project.

The ban on sales was lifted on November 30 at Normanton Park, according to the Urban Redevelopment Authority’s (URA) website. A sales license was instead issued.

A URA spokesperson spoke to BT this Thursday when the process of granting the sales license for the project the Controller of Housing had taken into account the fact that Kingsford was able to complete the Waterbay construction “satisfactorily” by presenting the certificate of the statutory accomplishment (CSC) and the titles that were issued.

Hillview Peak condominium Hillview Peak condominium also received its CSC and title as well as the developer “has taken steps to address problems that were previously brought up by homeowners”, URA added.

To be able to use Normanton Park, one of the conditions of sale-licence is that each of its units must be able to pass the Quality Mark test prior to Kingsford is able to apply for TOP.

Kingsford announced in a statement this Thursday Normanton Park will seek to be granted its Quality Mark certification, which evaluates the quality of workmanship for every home unit in the newly completed private residential project, following which it could be among the largest housing developments across the nation to obtain this certification for all of its homes.

URA informed BT in the past year that generally this requirement is “so that homeowners are assured that their home is built and finished at a reasonable level that is of a good quality”.

Normanton Park has 1,840 one to five-bedroom units as well as penthouses in nine 24-storey towers with swimming pools in the middle. Of the two and one-bedroom units, 230 have an study.

On the first floor are 22 strata terraces of two stories that have direct access to the pool as well as a private parking area each.

Furthermore to that, the commercial unit is comprised of eight consisting of seven shops, each with 43-44 square meters (sq meters) and a restaurant that has an area of 104 sq meters.

The estimated prices start with a higher than S$700,000.00 for condominiums with one bedroom units and S$1 million for two-bedroom units. The price is approximately S$1.5 million for three-bedroom units, and about S$2 million for four-bedroom units.

Five-bedroom apartment’s costs range from S$2.8 million, to S$3.2 million.

The strata terrace homes carry prices that range from about S$3.4 million. The commercial units start from S$2 million upwards.

Kingsford said that the development includes around 110 leisure facilities that offer an array of recreational and relaxation possibilities.

It is situated near close to the Southern Ridges green corridor, which comprises Kent Ridge Park, HortPark and Mount Faber Park.

In close proximity close to Normanton Park are business centres like Singapore Science Park 1 and 2, Mapletree Business City, Fusionopolis, Biopolis and Mediapolis.

The five agencies that will be marketing the mega project include ERA Singapore, Huttons Asia, OrangeTee & Tie, PropNex and SRI.

The showroom and sales gallery is located in 1. Normanton Park. Visits are available only on appointment.

Normanton Park has 1,840 one to five-bedroom homes and penthouses 22 strata terraces with two floors with seven shops, and an eatery.

Nearly two years after the developer was issued an no-sales licence The Normanton Park private residential project can now be put on the sell to the public.

However, there are many conditions that must be met prior to the sale of the units to safeguard the interests of buyers.

The development, located in the District 5 area and adjacent to Kent Ridge Park, will open to the public for a preview on January 2, 2021, according to Kingsford Huray Development in a statement to the press on Thursday.

Normanton Park will likely be the largest new project launched in the coming year, judging by the total number of 1,862 homes, that are fitted with smart-home technology The Chinese property developer said.

It is expected to get the temporary occupational permit (TOP) in 2023.

Kingsford was issued a no-sale permit on January 19, 2019 in connection with the construction project and prohibited the company from selling units prior to obtaining the TOP, but it was able to start construction.

It was discovered following it was discovered that Building and Construction Authority (BCA) discovered that certain building projects, such as barriers and windows at the earlier project of the company known as Kingsford Waterbay along Upper Serangoon View was not in compliance with the regulations. Residents furious over the incident have taken the Chinese company to the task over the poor quality of workmanship in construction.

The feedback received from buyers of a different property, Kingsford Hillview Peak near the Hillview MRT station, was also taken into account when the decision was made, The Business Times (BT) said.

Kingsford Waterbay was ordered to stop construction work in December 2017 and it was lifted after the correctification works had been completed. Additionally the property developer was punished with a fine of S$130,000 in July for a series of safety violations on the site of work in construction of the Hillview Peak project.

The ban on sales was lifted on November 30 at Normanton Park, according to the Urban Redevelopment Authority’s (URA) website. A sales license was instead issued.

A URA spokesperson spoke to BT this Thursday when the process of granting the sales license for the project the Controller of Housing had taken into account the fact that Kingsford was able to complete the Waterbay construction “satisfactorily” by presenting the certificate of the statutory accomplishment (CSC) and the titles that were issued.

Hillview Peak condominium Hillview Peak condominium also received its CSC and title as well as the developer “has taken steps to address problems that were previously brought up by homeowners”, URA added.

To be able to use Normanton Park, one of the conditions of sale-licence is that each of its units must be able to pass the Quality Mark test prior to Kingsford is able to apply for TOP.

Kingsford announced in a statement this Thursday Normanton Park will seek to be granted its Quality Mark certification, which evaluates the quality of workmanship for every home unit in the newly completed private residential project, following which it could be among the largest housing developments across the nation to obtain this certification for all of its homes.

URA informed BT in the past year that generally this requirement is “so that homeowners are assured that their home is built and finished at a reasonable level that is of a good quality”.

Normanton Park has 1,840 one to five-bedroom units as well as penthouses in nine 24-storey towers with swimming pools in the middle. Of the two and one-bedroom units, 230 have an study.

On the first floor are 22 strata terraces of two stories that have direct access to the pool as well as a private parking area each.

Furthermore to that, the commercial unit is comprised of eight consisting of seven shops, each with 43-44 square meters (sq meters) and a restaurant that has an area of 104 sq meters.

The estimated prices start with a higher than S$700,000.00 for condominiums with one bedroom units and S$1 million for two-bedroom units. The price is approximately S$1.5 million for three-bedroom units, and about S$2 million for four-bedroom units.

Five-bedroom apartment’s costs range from S$2.8 million, to S$3.2 million.

The strata terrace homes carry prices that range from about S$3.4 million. The commercial units start from S$2 million upwards.

Kingsford said that the development includes around 110 leisure facilities that offer an array of recreational and relaxation possibilities.

It is situated near close to the Southern Ridges green corridor, which comprises Kent Ridge Park, HortPark and Mount Faber Park.

In close proximity close to Normanton Park are business centres like Singapore Science Park 1 and 2, Mapletree Business City, Fusionopolis, Biopolis and Mediapolis.

The five agencies that will be marketing the mega project include ERA Singapore, Huttons Asia, OrangeTee & Tie, PropNex and SRI.

The showroom and sales gallery is located in 1 Normanton Park. Visits are available only on appointment.

Kingsford is owned by Chinese-citizen-turned-Singaporean Cui Zhengfeng. The company acquired Normanton Park in Normanton Park site in October 2017 for S$830.1 million, making it one of Singapore’s biggest bloc acquisitions at the time.

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