Proportion of flats under Married Child Priority Scheme cannot be increased, says MND

The Government allocates a substantial scale of apartments– as many as one over three in regard to brand new flats among mature estates– under the Married Child Priority Scheme, pointed out the Ministry of National Development in Parliament on Tuesday 27Jul.

The ministry is aware of the priority in regard to backing the desires in reference to married children plus moms and dads who choose to reside with or near to each other for mutual supervision plus support.

” Married Child Priority Scheme gives key concern to families obtaining latest HDB flats to reside with or nearby their father and mothers or married children. Within the MCPS, Thirtypercent based on the brand new apartment amount in the mature estates is reserved for first-timer family members. Intended for second-timer households, it’s Three%,” MND said.

In addition to Married Child Priority Scheme, the Government has similarly establish various plans targeted at helping in mutual care plus support amongst family members. Such involve the MGPS, SPS also 3Gen apartments.

” Within our constrained apartment supply, we also have to satisfy the real estate demands concerning some other categories of S’poreans, incorporating 1st timer family members with children by means of the Parenthood Priority Scheme, and also families with three or even more youngsters with the TCPS,” announced Ministry of National Development.

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” Consequently, we will be unfit to increase the proportion of flats reserved for the Married Child Priority Scheme at this instant.”

By having this, the ministry instructed flat buyers that desire to live with or close to their kids or moms and dads to consider getting a second-hand apartment, furthermore get the Proximity Housing Grant of until $30,000.

The ministry made the declaration in respond to Member of Parliament Tin Pei Ling’s point on whether the scale of apartments under MCPS could be multiplied for BTO projects in full-grown estates.


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