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Shape a Distinctive City

Rail Corridor (Central) reopens

With its new enhancements, Rail Corridor (Central) is now a more inclusive community space! Incorporating feedback from Singaporeans, this signature 4km stretch between Hillview and the conserved Bukit Timah Railway Station retains its lush greenery and railway heritage and is accessible for all ages and abilities.

Architecture of our Central Business District

Did you know that Singapore's iconic CBD features award-winning architecture? From skyscrapers to conserved buildings, explore which ones have won accolades and see how they add to our distinctive city skyline.

Plan Our Future SG
Coming soon: Long-Term Planning Review

Have ideas for how future Singapore should look like? We will be kick-starting our Long-Term Planning Review next month and would love to hear from you about how we can steward our land resources to meet the aspirations and needs of current and future generations.

Mapping out our urban future with data

Data informs our planning for Singapore, from identifying ageing population 'hotspots' to visualising underground spaces. Next on our agenda: building AI capabilities that will allow us to be more anticipatory in our planning and more precise in our policies.

Enliven Public Spaces
Work out under the city night lights

Recently, the iconic Raffles Place Park was transformed into an energetic night workout spot. This is one way this public space can be activated to benefit the community, and add vibrancy to the district!

Go Car-Lite
Explore Singapore on two wheels

Get on your bike and experience these heartland neighbourhoods from a new perspective on these #ExploreSGRoutes in Yishun, Bukit Gombak-Bukit Panjang and Punggol-Sengkang!

Conserve Built Heritage
Pre-war shophouses with unique zig-zag charm

Unlike typical pre-war shophouses, these 16 conserved shophouses along Jellicoe Road are capped with gabled roofs that give them their distinctive zig-zag profile. The project team won our Architectural Heritage Award in 2008 for sensitively incorporating new elements while retaining the buildings' identity.


DC.Connect Issue 3

In our latest issue of DC.Connect, find useful tips for submitting professional plans and applications, as well as insights into Singapore's co-living scene.

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