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No-sale licence issued to Normanton Park project

Controller of Housing says Kingsford Huray failed to meet requirements; two other projects had safety, other issues

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He said the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) had found that at the developer's other project - Kingsford Waterbay - some building works such as windows, barriers and common storey shelter "had deviated from requirements under the Building Control Act and Regulations".

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KINGSFORD Huray Development has been hit with a no-sale licence for its project at the former Normanton Park site, prohibiting it from selling units before the Temporary Occupation Permit (TOP) is obtained.

In June, Kingsford Huray was granted approval for a 1,882-unit

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