SINGAPORE: Good progress has been made in the ramp-up of the Housing Development Board’s (HDB) home building programme, said National Development Minister Khaw Boon Wan.
Writing on his Facebook page, Mr Khaw said 204,461 public and private residential units will be ready for occupation in the next three years.
The projected increase in units will come from executive condominiums (ECs) and private units.
The number of ECs projected to be completed by 2016 has gone up from 2,200 previously, to 4,955.
As for the private residential units, the projection has gone up from 18,400 units previously, to 26,355.
Mr Khaw said for this year, more than 21,000 homes have already been built.
Another 9,220 units will be ready by year-end.
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