Concept Plan 2011 and MND Land Use Plan

The latest review of the Concept Plan was carried out in 2011-2013, leading to the release of the Land Use Plan 2030 by Ministry of National Development (MND).

The plan supports the population projected by the National Population & Talent Division (NPTD) for 2030 and outlined the strategies to support population and economic growth, while ensuring a high quality living environment for all Singaporeans.

Land Use Plan 2013

The Land Use Plan is a conceptual plan that outlines the strategies to provide the physical capacity to sustain a high quality living environment for a possible population range of 6.5 to 6.9 million by 2030. The Land Use Plan also sets aside land to meet national needs beyond 2030, so that future generations have options and room for future growth.

The strategies to sustain a high-quality living environment include:

  • Providing good affordable homes with a full range of amenities
  • Integrating greenery into the living environment
  • Providing greater mobility with enhanced transport connectivity
  • Sustaining a vibrant economy with good jobs
  • Ensuring room for growth and a good living environment in future

The broad strategies and proposals set out in the Land Use Plan were translated into detailed plans in the Master Plan 2014, which is used to guide our development over the next 10 to 15 years.

We will continue to review our plans regularly to respond to Singapore’s changing needs, trends and the overall environment.