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Jurong Point to spend $85m on extension Kalpana Rashiwala By THE Guthrie-Lee Kirn Tah joint venture that built Jurong Point mail will spend about $85 million extending it on a neighbouring plot it bought late last year. The joint-venture company, Jurong Point Realty, has also approached the Land Office to

Jurong Point to get Liberty Market KALPANA RASHIWALA SECOND OUTLET NTUC FairPrice will spend about $2 million outfitting the outlet, which will open by year-end. THE American-style Liberty Market format is proving as popular as a Hollywood blockbuster in Singapore so much so that NTUC FairPrice is opening its second

ONE, TWO, TREE, HEAVE! Getting two 13-m palm trees into place was a tall order. But about four hours later on Friday night, the job was done at the Jurong Point shopping centre extension. The two Livistona rotundifolia, are likely Singapore's tallest indoor palms. About 20 palms of different heights

70% of Jurong Point's uncompleted wing leased out Joyce Teo By Property Correspondent JURONG Point, which is set to be Singapore's largest suburban mall, says its new extension is already 70 per cent taken up more than a year ahead of the wing's completion. One of the main tenants, supermarket

Tenders for Expressway to close on July 12 rE Cover nment yesterday called for tenders for the super Expressway which will link the east coast of Singapore to the city and ultimately Jurong. A Government statement said last nigh that the tenderers on a package deal basis for the survey,

MRT trains to roll into Yishun from next month THE Mass Rapid Transit trains will glide into Yishun before Christmas on Dec 20 a month ahead of schedule. The Minister for Communications and Information, Dr Yeo Ning Hong, will present the MRT Corporation's Christmas gift to the residents there, just

GUTHRIE DIRECTOR SELLS HALF HIS STAKE CHUA KONG HO AN EXECUTIVE director at engineering and property developer Guthrie GTS, Mr Michael Leong Choon Fai, sold almost half of his shareholding m the company on the open market this week. Mr Leong sold 220,000 of the 840,000 shares he held on

Cashless, stress-free parking soon? GERALDINE YEO Juronq Point looking into developing a carpark with high-tech car location and cashless payment system WINNING IDEAS: The top three teams TOP PRIZE: Parkmark System The team: Ellen Lee, 22, Pauline Low, 19, and Kelvin Lim, 20. The prize: $1,500 How it works: A

BOON FOR BOON LAY Yeo Ghim Lay Goh Yi Han Two new MRT stops to ease crowding at western station By THE twice-daily chaos that grips Boon Lay MRT station during the morning and evening peak hours on weekdays will soon quieten down. The station, a popular pick-up and drop-off

Alstom wins tender for MRT’s western extension BY GOH CHIN LIAN A FRENCH firm has won the tender to supply tracks for the $3.5 billion four-station western extension of the East-West MRT Line. Alstom Transport, a key train and systems supplier for the MRT, clinched the job last month with

Changi South for clean industries JURONG Town Corp will develop the new Changi South Industrial Estate for clean industries, the Minister for National Development, Mr Teh Chean Wan, said. The estate would cover some 170 hectares and would be planned in a park-like setting, he told Parliament when replying to

Help for Centris condo buyers Joyce Teo Developer offers to help secure bank financing, in bid to avoid defaults I By PROPERTY CORRESPONDENT DEVELOPERS of a Jurong condominium project have offered to help buyers secure bank financing for their units in a bid to head off any defaults or fire

Feeder service extension SINGAPORE Bus Service will extend its feeder service concept to cover districts like the Upper Serangoon Tampines area. Known as the district interchange concept, it is outlined by the company's planning manager in a paper on the SBS network strategy for the Eighties in the latest issue

Best way to beat commuting problem THE P.M. BY Jt'HOXG woikers and schoolchildren can considerably reduce the problem of commuting to work and school if they live in housing estates nearest their place of work or school, according to Sir. Kuan Yew. This point was made by Mr. Lee


Rise of the mall in the suburbs More heartland shopping centres opening, others are revamped or expanded, thrilling residents Irene Tham,Ng Hui Ying The flashy facades carry the logos of hip brands like Topshop, Mango, Uniqlo and Bakerzin. Inside, the warmly lit, swanky interiors and a diverse retail

More new sports planned PHILIP LCC By Of the six community centres now In various stages of completion, only two one at Toa Payoh and the other at Jurong Town are entirely new. Three others the Joo Chlat. Bennett and Bartley centres are being rebuilt after the old buildings had

Good time to buy new HDB flats Debbie Swee PROPERTY "It is unlikely that HDB will lower prices of the surplus flats any more, since the market has hit rock bottom." -MR CHRIS KOH, director of D ?nnis Wee properties TECHNICIAN Mohammad Khairudin and his beauty consultant fiancee Nuraini Nasar

Walk-in wardrobe at Bossini Urn Yann Ling AFTER four weeks of extensive renovation, the Bossini store at Jurong Point has finally re-opened. It is the first Bossini store in Singapore to be revamped, following Bossini's rebranding campaign, which began in Hong Kong in March. The islandwide Singapore makeover is expected

Latest technology in new plant THE Minister for Dr. TOH CHIN CHYE. will officially open the extension of Hit leecham Pharmaceuticals (Pte) Ltd factory at |uro«tg today. Mrssuxr from MR. R P. ALLEN, managing director, Beecham Pharmaceutical* <PU> Ltd. rkNLY a few days more than four years after the

M&S in S'pore to turn around in second half KALPANA RASIWALA Robinson will scale down M&S business and open a new John Little outlet at the Jurong Point extension Reports btj THE Robinson group's Marks Spencer (M&S) business m Singapore will be profitable m the year ending June, after slipping

Straits Dredging to go ahead with building on Rediffusion site AFTER a delay of more than IV. years, developer Straits Dredging is finally going ahead with the construction of an eight-storey building on the former Rediffusion Building site. Estimated to cost more than $15 million, the development will generate 80,000

New traffic rules in force from Monday JANIE KHOO By THE Public Works Department will restrict traffic movements into Clementi Road (the Jurong portion) for a month's trial period from Monday. A PWD statement yesterday said traffic coming from Ayer Rajah and Upper Ayer Rajah Roads into Clementi Road will

The God of Fortune beckons Chinese New Year celebrations would not be complete without the God of Fortune or Cai Shen Ye, a regal figure well loved by the Chinese for bringing wealth and good luck. Cerebos Singapore, the company behind health supplement Brand’s, has arranged for its own Cai

Next stop for MRT stations: Second Link Line part of forked Tuas extension from East-West line BY CHRISTOPHER TAN SENIOR CORRESPONDENT THE MRT will be extended to the Second Link by 2015. The Straits Times understands the line will be part of the East-West Line’s forked Tuas extension a

Next stop for MRT stations: Second Link Line part of forked Tuas extension from East-West line BY CHRISTOPHER TAN SENIOR CORRESPONDENT THE MRT will be extended to the Second Link by 2015. The Straits Times understands the line will be part of the East-West Line’s forked Tuas extension a

State tender bids at early '94 levels Kalpana Rashiwala By TOP bids for private housing land m the latest state sale have fallen back to early 1994 levels, say analysts. The lower offers reflected selling prices that were 25 to 30 per cent below current levels, said Colliers Jardine director

Residents hail move, developers upbeat, HDB retailers worried STEPHANIE YEO MALLS GO WEST A WEEKEND out is a troublesome trek for housewife Huang Ai Ngok. 40. It is a three bus-stop ride from her flat in Jurong West to the Boon Lay MRT station, and then another three stations before

Penang Future It is far-fetched to suggest, as Mr. Gen Chong Keat did in the parliamentary debate on the Tariff Advisory Board Act, that precipitate inclusion of Penang in the common market would drive its people into bankruptcy. But he was undoubtedly right when, from the Alliance back benches, he

Tenants given more time to decide on buying HDB shops TWO groups of tenants in the latest HDB sale: of shops programme have been given more time to decide if they want to buy over their shops. The first group was made up of those who felt that the Lunar

Ooohs and aahs from commuters over scenic view RAY DHALIWAL By THE gleaming train* yesterday rolled smoothly into Phase Two o( the Mass Rapid Transit project sent off ceremoniously with music, lots of ribbons and enthusiastic applause. The ceremony at Jurong East station was like none other. A bright red