Singapore: No increase in complaints against strata management bodies

The BCA receives around 30 complaints per year regarding the services rendered by managing agents of MCSTs.  Singapore’s Building and Construction Authority (BCA) typically receives 30 complaints or feedback per year regarding the services rendered by managing agents of Management Corporation Strata Title (MCSTs).  “This number has been consistent over the last five years,” said National Development Minister Lawrence Wong, in response to a parliamentary query on Monday (6 February) from Zainal Sapari, MP for Pasir Ris-Punggol GRC, on whether there has been an increase in such cases over the said period.     Read the article……….

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