(UPCOMING) WOODLANDS REGIONAL CENTRE

“A vibrant live-work-play business hub set in a lush green northern waterfront”
With new transport connections, fresh commercial space and room to grow, Woodlands Regional Centre is set to realise its full potential as Singapore’s Northern Gateway. As well as providing a direct connection to the city centre, the Thomson MRT line will host an interchange station with the future cross-border rail link to Malaysia. Comprising the districts of Woodlands Central and Woodlands North Coast, Woodlands Regional Centre has 700,000sqm of new commercial space planned and more than 100ha of developable land for expansion, which is comparable to other regional hubs such as Jurong Lake District and Tampines Regional Centre.

KEY STRATEGIES

1. CREATING TRANSPORT ORIENTED DEVELOPMENTS
2. CAPITALISING ON THE WATERFRONT
3. CREATING DISTINCTIVE DISTRICTS AND PRECINCTS
4. ENHANCING CONNECTIVITY AND GREEN NETWORKS

CREATING TRANSPORT ORIENTED DEVELOPMENTS

Developing around the existing Woodlands MRT and the Bus Interchange, as well as the new Thomson Line stations at Woodlands and Woodlands North.

CREATING TRANSPORT ORIENTED DEVELOPMENTS

Extending the waterfront park and enhancing connectivity to the waterfront via a pair of signature green boulevards and a pedestrian mall that connects the two districts of Woodlands Central and Woodlands North Coast.

CREATING DISTINCTIVE DISTRICTS AND PRECINCTS

Woodlands Central: Retail and mixed use cluster
Woodlands North Coast: 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

ENHANCING CONNECTIVITY AND GREEN NETWORKS

Growing the network of park connectors and cycling paths, and connecting to the 150km Round Island Route and Rail Corridor.

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