Previous Master Plans

The Master Plan (MP) is reviewed every five years and translates the broad long-term strategies of the Concept Plan into detailed plans to guide the development of land and property.

The Master Plan has evolved from being a plan which simply reflected preceding land use amendments to one which focuses on planning ahead for future developments. In particular, it was transformed to a more forward-looking planning document in the mid-1990s through the advent of the Development Guide Plans (DGPs), which set out detailed planning objectives at the local and regional levels that were aligned with the broader planning intentions of the Concept Plan.

The regular review and amendments to the Master Plan have factored in changes in local and global trends, and ensured that our plans remain relevant to address future challenges and meet the needs of Singaporeans.