Three more towns — Woodlands, Toa Payoh and Pasir Ris — are set to be transformed under HDB’s Remaking Our Heartland programme, with residents playing a part in the refinement of rejuvenation plans.
The Remaking Our Heartland (ROH) programme is a blueprint to comprehensively and holistically transform the HDB heartland. Rejuvenation plans factor in each town’s rich heritage and identity, building on attributes that make it unique and endearing to residents.
Since it was first announced in 2007, ROH has breathed new life into 6 towns and estates – Punggol, Yishun, and Dawson in the first batch, as well as East Coast, Hougang and Jurong Lake in the second. Ten years on, HDB is set to embark on the third round of ROH – this time announcing exciting plans to revitalise Woodlands, Toa Payoh and Pasir Ris.
On the cards are plans to bring out the distinct personality of each town, enhance existing connectivity networks, and draw the community even closer. Over the next few years, these plans will realise the vision of a quality living environment – one that is well-designed, sustainable and community-centric, as envisioned in HDB’s Roadmap to Better Living.
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