Normanton Park gets green light to sell, but with conditions

Developer must complete Quality Mark assessment for units before applying for TOP

An artist's impression of Normanton Park, which was hit with a no-sale licence nearly two years ago after complaints from owners about shoddy workmanship and poor amenities at the developer's other projects. The ban was lifted on Nov 30 and the proje
An artist's impression of Normanton Park, which was hit with a no-sale licence nearly two years ago after complaints from owners about shoddy workmanship and poor amenities at the developer's other projects. The ban was lifted on Nov 30 and the project will open for public preview on Saturday. PHOTO: KINGSFORD GROUP
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Normanton Park, a 1,862-unit leasehold condominium project that was hit with a no-sale licence nearly two years ago, has got the green light to sell its units, but with conditions.

The largest and first new launch for next year will open for public preview on Saturday.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on December 31, 2020, with the headline Normanton Park gets green light to sell, but with conditions. Subscribe