2019 Singapore Master Plan was recently released. What are the major economic gateways & key growth areas, and some properties in these places?
The 2019 master plan focuses on planning for inclusive, sustainable, and green neighbourhoods with spaces for community and amenities for all to enjoy. The objective is to help shape Singapore into a more inclusive, sustainable and resilient city that people will enjoy living in and build an endearing home for our families.
Long-term planning in Singapore - Good to know
- The Concept Plan guides Singapore’s development over the next 40 to 50 years, and covers strategic land use and transportation. The Concept Plan is reviewed every 10 years.
- The Master Plan translates the Concept Plan into more detailed plans for implementation. It specifies permissible land use and densities, with the aim of guiding development over the next 10 to 15 years. The Master Plan is reviewed every 5 years.
Main Economic Gateways & Key Growth Areas
See chart below the illustration of master plan.
New Projects near Key Growth Areas
|Punggol Digital District|
|Paya Lebar Airbase|
The Tapestry ($1,318psf), Riverfront Residences ($1,334psf)
Treasure at Tampines ($1,335psf)Park Komo ($1,485)
|Great Southern Waterfront|
Avenue South Residence ($2,009psf)
Kent Ridge Hill ($1,713)
Whistler Grand ($1,457psf)
Parc Clematis ($1,602)
|Launching Dates (est.)|
Explore in-depth plans for the various regions
|Discover More of the North Region|
Illustrated Plans (PDF, 36.8MB)
English Flyer (PDF, 18.4MB)
Discover More of the East Region
Illustrated Plans (PDF, 11.3MB)
English Flyer (PDF, 18.2MB)
Discover More of the Central Area
Illustrated Plans (PDF, 34MB)
English Flyer (PDF, 5.7MB)
Discover More of the Central Region
Illustrated Plans (PDF, 12.3MB)
English Flyer (PDF, 36.6MB)
Discover More of the North-East Region
Illustrated Plans (PDF, 5.6MB)
English Flyer (PDF, 31.2MB)
Discover More of the West Region
Illustrated Plans (PDF, 10.3MB)
English Flyer (PDF, 47.3MB)