Although the URA Master Plan 2019 tries very hard to cater to every Singaporean in every part of Singapore, it is undeniable that the most exciting / important developments in Singapore’s urban planning framework is the Greater Southern Waterfront project, which includes the Sentosa-Brani Master Plan.
Similarly, the Land Transport Master Plan (LTMP) 2040 tries very hard to spread the transport architecture island-wide, but it should also be noted that all existing and new rail routes are converging in the southern part of Singapore. By 2025, the Harbourfront MRT station will be connected to Marina Bay and Bayfront stations, thus closing the southern loop of the Circle Line. In the longer term, a completely new MRT line stretching from North to South, and serving the Greater Southern Waterfront is being contemplated under the latest LTMP.
The above developments will mean that in the longer term, the “centre of gravity” of Singapore’s property market may shift further southwards towards the waterfront, considering that the existing Core Central Region (CCR) is already dominating the southern part of Singapore.
The following are some notable new launches, as well as re-launches (with limited developer units now being re-launched). Click on the respective links below for more info:
5. Sky Everton
7. Marina Collection (Sentosa Cove)
STRAITS TIMES 19 Aug 2019: 9,000 new HDB and private homes in ‘Punggol by the Bay’ at Greater Southern Waterfront
Proposed redevelopment of the Pasir Panjang Power District
Proposed redevelopment of Keppel Club and Keppel Golf Course
HarbourFront MRT station will be connected to Marina Bay & Bayfront stations by 2025
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