URA examining project accounts of two delayed condos

The construction of Sycamore Tree (above) in Joo Chiat and Laurel Tree at Hillview Terrace has been delayed for more than two years.
The construction of Sycamore Tree (above) in Joo Chiat and Laurel Tree at Hillview Terrace has been delayed for more than two years.ST FILE PHOTO

It is checking whether money for projects has been misused, and if there were other breaches

The Controller of Housing at the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) is examining the project accounts of two delayed condominiums to check whether money earmarked for them has been misused, and if there have been other regulatory breaches.

Laurel Tree at Hillview Terrace and Sycamore Tree in Joo Chiat hit the news last year after it was revealed that their construction had been delayed for over two years.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on April 28, 2019, with the headline 'URA examining project accounts of two delayed condos'. Print Edition | Subscribe