Our Eastern Gateway & Seaside Destination
Public Engagement with Residents
The upcoming Bayshore precinct design uses ideas shared by residents in Nov 2017.
Heritage Sea Walls & Sea Pavilion
A new linear park along the existing row of residential developments celebrates memories of the pre-reclamation coastline, marked by heritage seawalls and a sea pavilion.
Artist’s Impression of Bayshore Main Street
Building New Homes & Communities
Artist’s impression of Tampines South © Housing & Development Board
Tampines South will see a new surge of life, with more homes, new community facilities and green spaces within the public housing estate.
Creating Easy Access to Amenities
We will build more social and community facilities near homes to support a healthy and enjoyable lifestyle. These include new polyclinics in Eunos and Tampines North, new nursing homes in Tampines and Pasir Ris, and a new integrated mixed-use development in Pasir Ris Town Centre.
Artist’s impression of Pasir Ris Town Centre © Housing & Development Board
Bringing Jobs Nearer To Homes
Changi Business Park
Growing Our Industries in Changi, Pasir Ris & Tampines North
Home today to major employment hubs like Changi Business Park and Changi Airport, the East will welcome more jobs in the semi-conductor and aviation-related industry clusters at Tampines North, Pasir Ris and Changi.
More Spaces For Fun & Leisure
Connecting a wide variety of green, blue and play spaces with an integrated network
Residents already enjoy a wide variety of green and play spaces in the East Region.
More opportunities will open up to residents, with new communal spaces, enhanced connectivity, rain gardens, lookout decks, a waterfront path and a new garden bridge along Sungei Tampines.
East Coast Park
Injecting New Recreation Spaces
Artist’s impression of HomeTeamNS Clubhouse at Bedok Reservoir © Ministry of Home Affairs
Whether it’s for adventure lovers, or simply for anyone who wants to learn something new, the HomeTeamNS Clubhouse at Bedok Reservoir Park offers exciting possibilities and experiences. The clubhouse will have a ‘waterfront haven’ theme and be sensitively designed to integrate with existing greenery.
Recognised as an identity node, the much-loved rustic laidback character of Changi Point will be kept. More recreational opportunities will be sensitively introduced with new trails and enhanced greenery and biodiversity.
Extending the Rail Network
New rail lines will enhance connectivity for residents. 5 new MRT stations on the Cross Island Line (CRL) will be built in the East by 2029, including an interchange with the East-West Line at Pasir Ris. The Thomson-East Coast Line (TEL) will also be completed by 2024.
Improving Cycling Mobility
East residents can look forward to an expanded cycling network that connects you to more places.
Engaging Residents at Tampines Walking & Cycling Carnival organized by LTA, PA, Town Council, CLC and URA in Dec 2017
Tampines Cycling Paths to triple to 21km by 2022. © Land Transport Authority