In his National Day Rally speech, Mr Lee disclosed that roughly 9,000 private and public housing units will be constructed on the Keppel Golf Club website as part of their mega waterfront growth.

The GSW — that includes 30km of shoreline — was first declared in 2013. It features 2,000ha of property, or twice the dimensions of Punggol and six times the magnitude of Marina Bay.

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“Think about it as Punggol from the Bay!”

He noticed that the movement of this PSA port terminals in Keppel, Tanjong Pagar and Pulau Brani into Tuas and Pasir Panjang by 2027 and 2040, respectively, provided”an chance to reshape the GSW to a new location to livework and play”.

The Keppel Club will probably be among those fist improvements within the zone,” said Mr Lee while demonstrating that an artist’s impression of this region with new homes.

Located contrary Pulau Ubin off the North-East shore of this island, Punggol is a growing residential area with waterfront properties and a great deal of conveniences available to homes.

The waterfront is defined for a commercial node. In reality, many large companies like Google, Unilever and Cisco have offices around Labrador Park.

“We’ll create more office space from the GSW… that will bring about more jobs,” explained Mr Lee.

“Individuals can work close to where they livelive close to where they operate. This will create life and action throughout the day and during the night.”

He underscored the region will have recreational alternatives, together with the redevelopment of 2 older energy channels within Pasir Panjang.

Before this season, the government called on the general public for ideas about the best way best to rejuvenate the channels, together with the winning suggestions to be showcased by year-end.

The government intends to develop new attractions around the island, which might incorporate a new NTUC-led hotel, following Brani Terminal has transferred outside. The shore areas at Sentosa will also be set to be revitalised while its nature and heritage trails will be enlarged.

The GSW are also attached to surrounding green places, such as from West Coast Park to East Coast Park in Addition to join the Rail Corridor with Sentosa.

“Having a brand new green heart at the center, Singapore will be more of a Town in a Garden,” said PM Lee.