Key Strategies

CREATING TRANSPORT ORIENTED DEVELOPMENTS

The Woodlands Regional Centre is currently well served by the existing Woodlands North-South Line MRT station and Woodlands Bus Interchange, and with the upcoming completion of the new Thomson Line stations at Woodlands and Woodlands North and a planned future Rapid Transit (RTS) Link to Johor, there will be excellent accessibility to the city.

New developments in the area are planned to be highly walkable and well-integrated with the transit hubs to provide greater convenience and accessibility to all.

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CAPITALISING ON THE WATERFRONT

To capitalise on the proximity to the waterfront, we plan to extend the existing waterfront park and enhance connectivity to the waterfront via a pair of signature green boulevards and a pedestrian mall that will connect the two districts of Woodlands Central and Woodlands North Coast to the waterfront.

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CREATING DISTINCTIVE DISTRICTS AND PRECINCTS

With more than 100ha of available land for development, Woodlands Regional Centre is poised to capitalise on its unique waterfront location and assets to be the Northern Gateway to Singapore. Woodlands Central is envisioned as the retail and mixed use cluster, while Woodlands North Coast will be the business and residential cluster, with 4 unique precincts:

  • Admiralty Park & Waterfront Residential Precincts: Waterfront and garden residences
  • Central Boulevard Mixed Use Precinct: Office and business park uses along signature green boulevards
  • Northshore Innovation Precinct: Business opportunities for SMEs

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ENHANCING CONNECTIVITY AND GREEN NETWORKS

Not only will there be a pedestrian mall connecting Woodlands Central and Woodlands North Coast, the pedestrian connectivity will be further enhanced by a network of park connectors and cycling paths, which will also connect to the 150km Round Island Route and Rail Corridor.

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