Walk-in services, such as e-kiosks and coupon dropbox service, have resumed. Members of the public must adhere to safe management measures while at The URA Centre.

For more information on visiting the Singapore City Gallery, click here.

Home Office Scheme

Under the Home Office (HO) scheme, home owners, tenants or occupants of private residential properties can set up small-scale offices in their homes, as long as they satisfy the prevailing HO guidelines and performance criteria, and ensure that the use does not cause amenity problems to the neighbours.

You can register to set up a home office in your private home or HDB flat and hire up to 2 non-resident employees. This is provided that the business does not cause disturbance or inconvenience to the neighbouring residents.

Anyone who is the owner, tenant or any authorised occupant of a private residential property and wish to operate a Home Office (HO) can register with URA. For HO in HDB flats, the owner, tenant or any authorised occupant of the HDB flat can register with HDB

If you are not the owner, you have to obtain written consent from the owner before you register for the HO use.