Singapore: Dad wants grilles to keep kids safe, but management of condo says no

When he bought a $2 million double-storey penthouse at 19 Shelford condominium, off Adam Road, in February, he thought he had secured a good future for his two children because good schools are nearby.  Then, Mr Zou Xiang, 41, a software engineer, realised that the balcony of his fourth-storey unit did not have grilles.  Instead of a low wall, it has horizontal railings, which makes it easy for young children to climb up or slip through the gaps between the railings.    Read the article…………


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