Master Plan 2014

The Master Plan 2014 is driven by the vision of an inclusive, liveable, economically vibrant, and green home for Singaporeans.

Planning for Singapore's future

As a small city-state, the future remains our focus. Comprehensive and integrated planning allows Singapore to optimise its limited land to meet the needs of current and future generations. Comprehensive planning means that we take the long-term approach, holistically balancing the social, economic, and environmental considerations of urban development. Integrated planning means we work closely with both our partner government agencies and the public when we produce and review our Master Plans. 

Master Plan 2014

The Master Plan 2014 is driven by the vision of an inclusive, liveable, economically vibrant, and green home for Singaporeans. We work to ensure that sufficient land is available for a whole range of land uses, and especially for critical needs such as housing, schools, and jobs centres. We also plan for a quality living environment - with amenities for all ages, where jobs come closer to our homes, and for healthy spaces with active communities.

The vision for Master Plan 2014 can be seen across six key focuses:

  1. Housing
  2. Economy
  3. Transport
  4. Recreation
  5. Identity
  6. Public Spaces

Master Plan 2014

Find out more about the key focuses of Master Plan 2014, or view the highlights in across Singapore’s planning regions