Singapore’s latest Master Plan 2014 has been gazetted on 6 June 2014.
The Master Plan 2014 is the statutory land use plan that guides the physical development of Singapore for the medium term (~5 years).
As part of the Master Plan, all 75 heritage buildings proposed for conservation under the Draft Master Plan 2013 were also gazetted today:
- Leong San See Temple, 371 Race Course Road
- Ban Siew San Temple, 2 Telok Blangah Drive
- Koon Seng Ting Temple, 4 Telok Blangah Drive
- Tang Gah Beo, 6 Bukit Purmei
- Kiew Lee Tong Temple, 5 Jalan Tambur
- Sian Keng Tong, 216 Changi Road
- Former Chee Kong Tong (Thekchen Choling) Entrance Gate, 2 Beatty Lane
- Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple, 141 Serangoon Road
- Sri Manmatha Karuneshvarar Temple, 226 Kallang Road
- Sri Vadapathira Kaliamman Temple, 555 Serangoon Road
- Sri Krishnan Temple, 152 Waterloo Street
- Angullia Mosque Gatehouse, 265 Serangoon Road
- Malabar Mosque, 471 Victoria Street
- Wak Tanjong Mosque, 25 Paya Lebar Road
- Former St Matthew’s Church & Kindergarten, 184 Neil Road
- Former Institute of Health (Bestway House), 226 Outram Road
- Alexandra Hospital, 378 Alexandra Road
- 394 Alexandra Road
- Queenstown Public Library, 53 Margaret Drive
- Former Commonwealth Avenue Wet Market, 38 Commonwealth Avenue
- Former Field Assistant’s House (Institute Of Policy Studies) & The Garage at Singapore Botanic Gardens
- 142 Moulmein Road (Department Of Clinical Epidemiology – Tan Tock Seng Hospital), 144 Moulmein Road (Tuberculosis Control Unit)
- 5 blocks of Singapore Improvement Trust flats at Kampong Silat (18, 19, 22, 23 & 24 Silat Avenue)
- Robertson Quay Warehouses (17, 19 & 21 Jiak Kim Street; 19 & 20 Merbau Road; 41 & 42 Robertson Quay, 63 Caseen Street and 72-13 Mohamed Sultan Road)
- Former Royal Air Force Seletar (Blocks 179 & 450; 1, 2 & 226 Park Lane; 1 to 3 & 5 Hamilton Place; 3, 5A, 7, 9 to 13, 15 Hyde Park Gate; 1 to 16 The Oval)
Source: Urban Redevelopment Authority
Other areas gazetted for development include:
As Singapore’s premier shopping belt, Orchard Road is a vibrant and exciting street lined with shopping malls, hotels, and food and beverage offerings. The grand tropical boulevard running through the district has long been a people magnet, always bustling with vibrant street life.
Orchard Road is predominantly a retail belt and is mainly zoned Commercial to support a mix of shops, offices and hotels. There are also several sites zoned for Hotel use to enhance the
attractiveness of Orchard Road as one of Singapore’s key tourist destinations.
This is supplemented by a number of Residential and mixed Commercial & Residential sites that inject a live-in population to the area to ensure round-the-clock vibrancy.
A generous tree-lined pedestrian mall runs through the district, connecting major developments, public open spaces and MRT stations.
URA would like to make Orchard a walkable and pedestrian-friendly district with an attractive and vibrant streetscape by ensuring seamless, all-weather connectivity and accessibility between developments and the MRT stations, and by encouraging innovative design, varied building forms, public spaces and various active uses along the Orchard Road pedestrian mall.
The Bras Basah/Bugis district is strategically located close to the premier Orchard Road shopping belt and the Civic District.
Envisioned to be a lively, arts, learning and heritage enclave, Bras Basah/Bugis is home to many of Singapore’s arts and cultural facilities, including the Singapore Art Museum, Waterloo Street Arts Belt, LaSalle College of the Arts, Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts and School of the Arts (SOTA).
Bras Basah/Bugis has an eclectic mix of uses and building types. These include shophouses, standalone religious buildings, schools, as well as medium to large-scale commercial buildings, and public housing.
The Downtown Core Planning Area covers the Central Business District (CBD), City Hall, Bugis, and Marina Centre zones. It comprises a critical mass of prime office space, supported by complementary uses, such as hotel, retail, and residential uses.
The Downtown Core is a vibrant commercial district with round-the-clock activities.
The Singapore River Planning Area stretches 3km long and covers Boat Quay, Clarke Quay, and Robertson Quay subzones. It has a good variety of commercial uses, supported by complementary uses such as hotel and residential uses.
Singapore River is today a vibrant waterfront destination that offers various lifestyle options and quality waterfront city living. The Singapore River Planning Area is envisioned to be an exciting activity corridor that capitalises on the river frontage and reflects its unique historic character.
A tree-lined pedestrian promenade and bridges have been implemented along both banks of the river, connecting the three quays and enhancing the pedestrian friendliness along the river corridor.
The Wharf Residence