Show galleries that were set up by property developers to market and sell properties “shall remain closed until further notice.
Property developers in Singapore may have to wait a little longer before they can reopen their show galleries to market their properties.
This comes after the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) has said that show galleries by developers shall remain closed even as the circuit breaker measures is gradually lifted from 2 June.
“Under the Safe Re-opening in Phase One starting from 2 June 2020, economic activities that do not pose high risk of COVID-19 transmission may resume,” noted the URA in its advisory.
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“However, economic, social and entertainment activities that carry higher risk will remain closed and everyone shall continue to leave home only for essential activities.”
As such, show galleries that were set up by property developers to market and sell properties “shall remain closed until further notice”.
“As the situation is still evolving, please continue to keep abreast of the latest announcements by Multi-Ministry Taskforce and take immediate steps to comply with any new requirements. We seek your understanding and cooperation to reduce the risk of local spread of COVID-19,” added URA.
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