The Assembly Place-TS Group JV bags contract for foreign healthcare workers’ lodging facilities

A joint venture between Singapore co-living operator The Assembly Place and TS Group, a company of massive accommodation for international employees and the senior, has become part of a contract with MOH Holdings to create, retrofit and run 3 accommodating establishments for foreign healthcare workers who are new to Singapore. The spaces stand at 1A Short Street, 36 and 38 Teck Whye Crescent, and 207 Circuit Road.

Lim includes that the collaboration between TS Group and The Assembly Place will make use of the previous’s comprehensive knowledge in running large-scale accommodation sites and the latter’s strength in community-building. “We anticipate creating significant rooms and functions to welcome the healthcare professionals,” he claims.

The renewed facilities will definitely provide a co-living idea centred around area living. “We understand that several [overseas health care staffs] are leaving their home nations for the first time, so it is very significant to produce a secure and convenient setting for them,” says Eugene Lim, founder and chief executive officer of The Assembly Place.

He proceeds: “By team up with operators to create integration programmes, we intend to smooth the shift for our new medical care professionals to absorb right into Singapore’s health care system.”

MOH Holdings had launched a request for recommendation in August of nin 2023 to select an operator to retrofit uninhabited buildings and take care of hostel-type accommodation for all new overseas medical care workforces on five locations, covering the areas at 1A Short Street, 107 Circuit Road and 36 and 38 Teck Whye Crescent. 1A Short Street is the spot of a former student hostel, while the last two are locations of former schools.

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The accommodation facility at Short Street is aim to be operational by the second fifty percent of this year, while the other 2 sites will welcome healthcare professionals in 1H2025. All together, the facilities are expected to fit 1,180 international health care employees.

” As the holding business of Singapore’s public health care establishments, MOH Holdings is devoted to constructing a helpful atmosphere for our health care workers and guaranteeing a lasting manpower pipeline,” states Deric Liang, deputy chief executive officer, group finance and CFO of MOH Holdings.

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