SINGAPORE - The Central Provident Fund's (CPF) Service Centre will be relocated to the Urban Redevelopment Authority Centre's East Wing at 45 Maxwell Road, CPF announced in a press release on Thursday (May 12).
It will continue to provide over-the-counter services to members and employers after its move in February next year.
CPF said the URA Centre was chosen for its central location and easy accessibility.
Further details on the operations of the new CPF Maxwell Service Centre will be made available at the later part of this year.
Meanwhile, the Service Centre at the CPF Building at 79 Robinson Road will remain in operation.
In a rare sale by the Government, the CPF Building was acquired by Southernwood Property, a firmed owned by Ascendas Land (Singapore), for $550 million in November last year.
The CPF Board's corporate operations were also relocated to Novena Square Towers A and B that same month.