Grange Heights, condo in 40-year dispute over Orchard Road access, gets nod for collective sale

Over 80% of owners agree to sell condo that was in 40-year spat over Orchard Road access

Grange Heights had previously sought to be sold en bloc in 2007, but a last-minute pulloutsaw the approving majority drop below the requisite 80 per cent.
Grange Heights had previously sought to be sold en bloc in 2007, but a last-minute pullout saw the approving majority drop below the requisite 80 per cent.ST PHOTO: TIMOTHY DAVID

Grange Heights, the condominium that was embroiled in a 40-year dispute with a developer next door over the right of way across an 883 sq m strip of land, is "going en bloc".

Its management committee chairman, Mr Rustom Ghadiali, said on Wednesday (Aug 29) that more than the requisite 80 per cent of owners have agreed to sell the property.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on August 30, 2018, with the headline 'Grange Heights gets nod for collective sale'. Subscribe