Many who secured Rochor BTO project flats say they plan to stay for long haul

The Rochor project sits on two plots of land along Weld Road and Kelantan Road. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - Freelance investor Jamie Ng can currently look into her neighbours' homes from her parents' unit in Bukit Panjang, but in six years' time, she will trade it for a view of the Central Business District and Marina Bay Sands.

She is among those who successfully applied for a Build-To-Order (BTO) flat in Rochor.

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