A look back at HUDC developments over the years
Published on Jan 29, 2014 4:44 PM
The Housing and Urban Development Co (HUDC) grew out of a scheme first mooted by Minister for Law and National Development Mr E. W. Barker in Parliament on March 22, 1974. The plan was to offer middle income families, earning between $1,500 to $3,000 a month who do not qualify for Housing Board flats, an alternative, condominium style housing option.
Dec 27, 1974
The Ministry of National Development announced that families can use their CPF contributions to pay for HUDC apartments and that there will be no waiting list for aspiring owners.
Apr 1, 1975
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