Singapore: Hot and bothered over condo’s cooling towers

In 1979, Madam Yap Choo Moi moved into the Leonie Towers condominium off Orchard Road.  Over the past four decades, the businesswoman has never installed air-conditioning in her home. Instead, she has relied on the condo’s central air-con system, which is serviced by cooling towers on the rooftop.  When the vast majority of her neighbours decided to have the ageing towers dismantled last year, Madam Yap, 67, objected – and hired a lawyer to fight her case.  She won.     Read the article…………….


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