Bishan and Toa Payoh
Bishan and Toa Payoh are centrally located towns with easy access to amenities. Residents will enjoy new recreational and community facilities alongside new housing as well as improved connectivity with new cycling paths and park connectors.
Residents can also look forward to more job opportunities nearer to home at the Bishan Sub-Regional Centre and shorter commute times with the new Thomson-East Coast (TEL) and Cross Island Phase 1 (CRL1) MRT Lines.
Bukit Merah and Southern Islands
Bukit Merah is home to residential neighbourhoods with lush green spaces, historic precincts and heritage buildings. New residential developments, amenities and recreational facilities will cater to residents who want to enjoy the comforts of a mature estate to the city.
Sentosa, the largest of the Southern Islands, is Asia's leading leisure destination and well-loved by Singaporeans.
With the completion of the Thomson-East Coast MRT Line by 2021 and the Circle Line 6 by 2025, Bukit Merah & Southern Islands will be even more accessible from the city and the rest of the island by public transport.
Surrounded by greenery and heritage, Bukit Timah is an established housing area that remains a popular choice for residential living with a good mix of housing options.
The Downtown Line (DTL) provides easy access to the area and its unique heritage, lifestyle and recreational offerings. Residents can look forward to more commercial and community amenities at Beauty World as well as better access to the expansive network of greenery nearby.
Geylang and Marine Parade
Located at the city fringe, Geylang and Marine Parade are well-established residential areas, where good food, amenities and familiar heritage precincts are within easy reach.
Residents can soon look forward to more community facilities, recreational and commercial offerings, and also opportunities to work nearer to home. With the completion of the Thomson-East Coast Line (TEL), the area will become more connected than ever.
With an attractive location close to the city centre, Kallang has a good mix of housing options and amenities.
The area will continue to be revitalised with new housing, community and recreational facilities.
The Kallang River will see a new lease of life and activity with enhanced connectivity for both pedestrians and cyclists, and also more opportunities for recreation and sporting uses.
Novena and Tanglin
Novena and Tanglin are well established housing areas located at the fringe of the city centre. Residents can look forward to more leisure and recreational spaces within the Singapore Botanic Gardens and the Whampoa estate, as well as the completion of new facilities at Health City Novena. Both areas will enjoy better connectivity with the completion of the Thomson-East Coast Line (TEL) by 2024.
Queenstown, Singapore's first satellite town, has recently been rejuvenated with new developments, and will continue to see the injection of new housing, community facilities, work and institutional spaces and an extensive network of recreational corridors. The Rail Corridor will be at the heart of community life and business, stringing together various residential neighbourhoods and work places. The community can look forward to new opportunities for living, working and learning in Queenstown.