Our Planning Process

In planning for Singapore’s land use, we take a long-term approach. This is to optimise our limited land, and to ensure the current and future needs of the people are met.

This long-term planning involves broad strategies, identifying land for various needs, and establishing Singapore’s overall development pace. These then lead into planning for the necessary infrastructure and resources to support the proposed land use.

By balancing economic, social and environmental considerations, the goal is to create a sustainable Singapore that provides a quality living environment, offers plentiful growth opportunities and jobs for the people, and safeguards our clean and green landscape.

URA Long Term Planning

Long-Term Planning

The long-term planning is done in two segments: the Concept Plan, and the Master Plan.

Bringing Plans To Reality

To bring the Concept Plan and Master Plan to implementation, state land is then released for development through the Government Land Sales programme.
Bringing Plans To Reality