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Prime Water Front – Tanjong Pagar

Posted by admin on October 5, 2015
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  1. Prime Water Front City including commercial and residential. Water Front will be more accessible with recreational and promenade. These will be developed soon, replacing the current harbour facilities. – Reported by Channel NewsAisa.
  2. With about 1,000 hectares of land – that is 3 times the size of Marina Bay – up for development in the Greater Southern Waterfront after 2030, the landscape we can paint is limited only by our imagination. As we stand at the threshold of a new chapter in our city’s development, we would like to share 6 broad ideas for the Greater Southern Waterfront with you. The possibilities are immense and we would like to hear your ideas for this extraordinary waterfront of the future.
  3. The planned relocation of the City Terminals and Pasir Panjang Terminal to Tuas will free up 325 and 600 hectares of waterfront land respectively. The first set of berths at Tuas Port will be operational in 10 years’ time, and the City Terminals will be phased out by 2027. The areas now occupied by the City Terminals and Pasir Panjang Terminal will present a redevelopment opportunity of enormous potential.
  4. The size of the Greater Southern Waterfront affords opportunities to create many differentiated waterfront districts, with unique characters and experiences. Currently under development are Bayfront and Marina Central areas, which are located next to the CBD. Marina South will also be launched for development in a few years’ time. Elsewhere, plans for the remaining areas, including Labrador, Tanjong Pagar and Pulau Brani, will continue to be explored and refined before they are implemented in the longer term.
  5. Greater Southern Waterfront represents an opportunity to create a new waterfront city that is seamlessly integrated with our downtown and surrounding housing and businesses near the city. Greater Southern Waterfront could be built up for new housing, commercial, cultural and entertainment uses, cementing Singapore’s growing reputation as a world-class city for its people to live, work and play.
  6. What’s a great city without great public spaces? The Central Linear Park in Marina Bay can be extended into Greater Southern Waterfront. Opportunities abound for people to stroll, run and take in the new city sights along the extended Central Linear Park, from the current Marina Bay Promontory to the waters of Keppel Channel which overlook Pulau Brani in the distance. Another possibility is to create a new pedestrian axis which branches diagonally from the Central Linear Park, further increasing the network of public spaces through future new city districts. This new axis could be designated as a car-free zone, thereby creating opportunities for vibrant street life.
  7. Our reservoirs not only form a key component of Singapore’s plan to achieve water self-sufficiency, but also provide picturesque settings for a range of outdoor recreational activities. A new reservoir could be created between Tanjong Pagar and Pulau Brani to retain rainwater from the Greater Southern Waterfront and to store excess water from Marina Reservoir that is currently discharged into the sea. This possible future Southern Reservoir would increase local water supply. It would also allow for the creation of an attractive network of canals through human-scale neighbourhoods with lively streetscapes. The canal provides connections to other destinations within the Greater Southern Waterfront.
  8. With so many places of interest dotting Greater Southern Waterfront, a continuous corridor to connect them all would open up fresh possibilities for a leisurely day out. Can you imagine a continuous, uninterrupted 30 km-long waterfront for walking, running and cycling? One could make stops from Labrador and Harbourfront all the way to the International Cruise Terminal and the Gardens by the Bay at Marina South for a unique and varied waterfront experience.
  9. To promote biodiversity and augment the green network in the densely built-up city, existing green spaces such as Labrador Park, Berlayer Creek and Mount Faber could be linked to Pulau Brani’s existing hillock through a green corridor. These will allow seamless movement across these places amidst nature and greenery. At the same time, a proposed eco-corridor could provide an unbroken ecological connection that links Gardens by the Bay to the island-wide green network, including the Rail Corridor and Southern Ridges. Embedded in this corridor would be inviting public spaces for community interaction, activities and events.The 6 ideas on Greater Southern Waterfront are drawn from the following consultancies:
    1. Greater Southern Waterfront Design Consultancy by Urban Strategies Inc.
    2. Sustainable Development Framework Planning and Design for Marina Bay
      and Greater Southern Waterfront by AECOM Singapore Pte. Ltd. (the above all from URA sources): https://www.ura.gov.sg/uol/master-plan/View-Master-Plan/master-plan-2014/master-plan/Regional-highlights/central-area/central-area

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