SINGAPORE: The Bishan—Toa Payoh Group Representation Constituency is the latest to get a one—stop service for private estate residents to call.
Called One Connect, the residents can use the helpline if they are unsure which agency to contact when there are estate maintenance issues.
Defence Minister Ng Eng Hen launched the service on Saturday, along with fellow Members of Parliament for the constituency.
Managed by the People’s Association, One Connect also aims to promote community bonding programmes by driving the formation of interest groups.
The service has already been introduced in other estates like Nee Soon, Ang Mo Kio, and Marine Parade.
The People’s Association hopes to have One Connect rolled out island—wide by March 2013.
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