Development Plans for Ulu Pandan Balance Nature Conservation and Housing Needs

Sizeable nature park will be safeguarded in western half of Ulu Pandan, while eastern half will be developed for public housing nestled in greenery  

Residents of Ulu Pandan can look forward to a sizeable nature park in the western part of their estate. Development plans for the western half of Ulu Pandan will also be put off in the medium term and reviewed again in about 10 years’ time. The nature park will allow Ulu Pandan west, which is richer in biodiversity, to serve as a stepping-stone for ecological connectivity. The nature park will also form part of an ecological connection to enhance connectivity from Clementi Forest to the Southern Ridges.

The eastern half of Ulu Pandan will be developed for public housing, to meet the strong housing demand in mature estates, including from young families who want to live near their parents in the area for better mutual care and support. The new public housing projects, the first of which is expected to be launched in the second half of 2022, will be sensitively designed to weave in greenery and incorporate the blue elements in the area such as the Ulu Pandan Canal and a natural stream. A wide range of new commercial and recreational amenities could also be developed, to serve the needs of existing and future residents in the vicinity. Read more…

Holland Plain: Green and blue take centre-stage

Located near King Albert Park MRT station, Holland Plain will be a future private residential precinct on the doorsteps of the Rail Corridor and the park connector along Bukit Timah First Diversion Canal. The 34ha site, which can yield up to 2,500 dwelling units, will be designed in response to the surrounding green environment, with ample park spaces and water features. Read more…

Dover Knowledge District

As an extension of one-north, the Dover Knowledge District can realise synergies between the nearby business parks, academic and research institutions. It will offer vibrant integrated spaces to create exciting new jobs and learning opportunities, and support Singapore’s long-term economic growth.

Master Plan in Clementi

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