Within this year’s National Day Rally Speech, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong announced some advancements concerning land use and there are a range of changes to anticipate.

Among the chief statements was that the growth of the Great Southern Waterfront, a district doubles the magnitude of Punggol city which comprises 2,000 hectares of property.

Even though the development was declared almost 6 decades back in 2013, work will soon be prone to begin just in five to ten years’ time from today.

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The masterplans need to be carefully laid out since this is prime property and it includes the shifting of the Port of Singapore Authority (PSA) city terminals at Tanjong Pagar, Keppel and Pulau Brani into Tuas from 2027.

Hence there’ll be HDB apartments with panoramic perspectives to search forward. The 44 hectares website can be found between 2 MRT stations and are also close to the Labrador Nature Reserve.

Besides areas of home, the waterfront are also a commercial node, leading to more businesses and jobs into the region. There’ll also be recreation areas from the district together with the redevelopment of 2 old energy channels in Pasir Panjang.

Rather than this Brani Terminal on Pulau Brani will be a”Downtown South” hotel to be built from the National Trades Union Congress.

The island is close Keppel Habour, it sits between the primary island and Sentosa. Sentosa will also receive an update with all the revitalisation of its shores in the programs.

A few of the other Significant districts with forthcoming improvements include strategies for Punggol to become Singapore’s mini-Silicon Valley together with all the Punggol Digital District, the development of the Region near Jurong Lake and Jurong East MRT station into the”Second Central Business District (CBD)” along with the redevelopment of this Paya Lebar Air Base to a district with new homes, offices, parks and factories.