SINGAPORE - The Urban Redevelopment Authority's chief planner gazetted on Friday the Master Plan 2014, the statutory land use plan that guides the physical development of Singapore for the medium term.
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URA GAZETTES MASTER PLAN 2014
The Chief Planner has gazetted the Master Plan 2014 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.
As part of the Master Plan, all 75 heritage buildings proposed for conservation under the Draft Master Plan 2013 were also gazetted today. See Annex A for the list of buildings.
The gazetting of the Master Plan concludes the year-long review of the Draft Master Plan 2013, which was exhibited in November 2013 for a month at The URA Centre Atrium and URA website.
During this period, the exhibition attracted some 61,000 visitors, and the website had more than 513,000 page views.
The review also involved consultations with Members of Parliament, grassroots leaders, professional institutions and other stakeholders. We thank members of the public for their positive and constructive feedback.
Master Plan 2014
Both the Master Plan 2014 and the Master Plan Written Statement 2014 are available in hard copy at The URA Centre, Atrium, Customer Service Centre, for public viewing.
They are also available online at http://www.ura.gov.sg/uol/masterplan. aspx?p1=View-Master-Plan&p2=master-plan-2014.
In addition, the "Master Plan 2014 - Singapore" mobile app is available for download from both iTunes and Google Play.
Members of the public can contact the URA Customer Service Hotline at 6221 6666 during office hours for any queries.
75 BUILDINGS CONSERVED AS PART OF MASTER PLAN 2014
• 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