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Historic Waterfront Leaflet

Year Published: 2013

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The story of Singapore’s historic waterfront extends back to the foundation of modern Singapore as a trading post in 1819 by the British East India Company. Its physical landscape ...

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Conserving The Past, Creating The Future: Fullerton Building, Waterboat House, Clifford Pier, Former Customs Harbour Branch Building and Change Alley Aerial Plaza

Year Published: 2011

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Furthermore, the river winds to Singapore's waterfront, and there stands several conserved buildings that give the waterfront its abiding character. These include the grand old ...

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Skyline May/Jun 2006: Clifford Pier Poised For New Lease Of Life

Year Published: 2006

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As operations move out of Clifford Pier after 73 years, the building, which was recently announced for conservation, awaits a new lease of life as a waterfront lifestyle and ...

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Skyline May/Jun 2013: Clifford Pier - A Gateway to New Life

Year Published: 2013

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A historic jewel by the waterfront celebrates its 80th anniversary this year. Step back in time as we trace its elegant transformation.

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Skyline Nov/Dec 2006: Celebrating The Best In Conservation

Year Published: 2006

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Peek into the seven conservation projects which have bagged URA’s Architectural Heritage Awards 2006 for quality restoration, as well as new buildings soon to be conserved. Also, ...

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Skyline Sep/Oct 2011: Seven Projects Recognised For Outstanding Restoration

Year Published: 2011

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From offices with roof gardens, a zany hotel in Little India, government offices, to army barracks, a stately Black and White bungalow, welcoming homes and a former pier, URA’s ...

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