About 85% Of BTO Projects Delayed By Six To Nine Months

Almost Eighty Five-% of the continuous Build-To-Order tasks have been hold-up by around 6 to 9 months past the ECDs initially specified to clients at the time of job release, communicated the MND in Parliament on Monday 5April.

It was reacting to MP Yeo Wan Ling’s question on the amount of Housing and Development Board assignments that were put off caused by the pandemic.

In its written respond, the ministry reported construction jobs at entire of the 89 ongoing BTO assignments have carried on following the lockdown period past yr.

“Even so, assignment timelines have already gotten disturbed due to the circuit breaker duration, tight safe control strategies put in place for task at building and construction areas to resume, and even global supply chain disruptions and workers insufficiencies throughout the building and construction sector,” it stated.

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It indicated that the extent of delay deviates by assignment, basing on site-specific factors like building materials source, workforce availability as well as the contractor’s efficacy.

On Member of Parliament Darryl David’s concern on how Housing and Development Board is taking care of the building and construction stockpile of BTO apartments that were postponed caused by the pandemic, MND informed that HDB is working with numerous organizations on lessen steps to reduce the timeframe of delay, incorporating acquiring exemptions “to let minimal noisy building jobs to be completed on Sundays and PH if feasible”.

“Housing and Development Board is closely following the construction advancement of all Build-To-Order tasks and also will work with professionals to fulfill the modified achievement dates,” said the ministry.

On solutions required to aid singles and families affected with the stall, the ministry shared that disturbed flat buyers are progressively up-dated by HDB on the changed wrap-up days with letters and also the My HDBPage as building and construction advances.

“Those people incapable to find back-up home arrangements in the interim with household members, relatives or on the open market may speak to Housing and Development Board for guidance,” it noted.

As at end of February’21, around 43,000 impacted houses have been up-dated by Housing and Development Board on the defer. Out of these numbers, approximately 240 households were helped with IRH flats.


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