Parc Botannia Developer
Wee Hur Group has a sounding name from 1980 and they are with the Singapore Exchange (SGX) since the year 2008. They have progressed very well and broadened their main business from the Construction industry to Property Development and Workers Dormitory. Further to that, Wee Hur has also made their brand out of Singapore.
Wee Hur started developing GLS (Government land sales) in July 2009 with the building of Harvest at Woodlands. Since then, they are bidding and developing GLS land for industrial and residential use aggressively.
In the year 2014, We Hur bought 3 pieces of land parcels, having a total size of 1.69 ha in Australia, Brisbane and begin their investment overseas.
They are also active in the dormitory business, having a 60 per cent stake in ASE (Active System Engineering Pte Limited) in the year 2013. ASE operates and builds a dormitory building and this generates a constant income for the company.
Sing Holdings was established in the year 1964 and was also listed on SGX Mainboard. They are identified to be one of the big real estate developers with extensive experience in building residential homes, hotel and offices locally and internationally.
Together, Wee Hur and Sing Holdings come together to co-join the development Parc Botannia through GLS and emerged as the top bidder from the GLS parcel at Fernvale Street.