Oxley Holdings

by | May 10, 2022

Oxley Holdings

Oxley Holdings Singapore

Oxley Holdings Limited (hereafter referred to as “Oxley” or “the Group”) is a Singaporean property developer. Oxley is mostly involved in the property development and investment sector. The Group’s rapid expansion since its establishment has resulted in a booming presence both locally and internationally. It presently has a presence in twelve different countries.

Singapore, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Cyprus, Cambodia, Malaysia, Indonesia, China, Myanmar, Australia, Japan, and Vietnam are among the Group’s development and investment initiatives. Oxley’s competence in Myanmar is not limited to property development; the company also provides project management and consulting services.

Oxley has a diverse property development portfolio that includes high-end residential, commercial, and industrial developments. Prime sites, attractive lifestyle characteristics, and favored designs are all important components of the Group’s chosen projects. Oxley has had phenomenal development since its foundation, thanks to a great understanding of market feelings and trends.

The Group has formed agreements with respected local and international developers as well as commercial partners as part of its strategic growth. Galliard (Group) Limited, a renowned property developer in the United Kingdom, was bought by the Group in 2013 for a 20 percent interest. Galliard (Group) is a property development, hospitality, and management company with a diverse portfolio of projects in London and the South of England. Since then, Oxley has also purchased a 40% share in Pindan Business Pty Ltd, a Western Australian integrated project group, and a 15% holding in United Engineers, a Singaporean property development and engineering firm formed in 1912.

Oxley’s creator, Mr Ching Chiat Kwong, saw a vacuum in the market that needed to be filled in 2008, after more than a decade in the property and construction sector. He saw a rise in demand for cheap private residential units among young working folks, driven by a natural yearning for a more sophisticated and dynamic lifestyle.

Mr. Ching had created and launched over 13 property development projects in Singapore by that time, all of which were completely sold within three months of their separate debuts.

Mr. Ching, together with current Deputy CEO Mr. Eric Low See Ching and significant shareholder Mr. Tee Wee Sien, formed a joint venture in mid-2009 to develop assets that would have an influence on the industry. They were able to take use of each other’s financial resources and skills as a result of their collaboration. Oxley Holdings Pte Ltd was established as a private company limited by shares in Singapore on March 16, 2010. The Company was renamed “Oxley Holdings Limited” once it was transformed to a public company limited by shares on October 13, 2010.

Oxley Holdings Limited began trading on the SGX Catalist in October 2010 and moved to the SGX Mainboard in February 2013.

Oxley’s success has been linked to the company’s great sense of judgment and foresight. Detecting development patterns is an important part of the Group’s activity. The daring that informs and motivates each project has solidified its name and presence both locally and internationally, having pioneered the notion of the shoebox apartment wave and sleek business centers.

Royal Wharf, a waterfront township development in London, The Peak and The Bridge, two mixed-use projects in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, and Dublin Landings, the biggest mixed-use development in Dublin’s commercial center, are all examples of Oxley’s preferred developments.

The Group’s desire to go outside of its comfort zone and commitment to never rest on its laurels has led to its current position. Oxley is also committed to fostering people and giving back to the community, in addition to its business success. “Development is about altering the face of towns and developing communities,” Mr. Ching would add. We wish to create an atmosphere that helps individuals to realize their ambitions via mindful growth.”

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