Every moment is a learning opportunity.
Just drop the name calling, including "Master".
where are the grow areas? Masterplan already stated clearly. Don't simply pay for the premium where ppl bought low and gain from you.
Singapore is changing, CBD is moving away from the center.
Grow areas are everywhere, Singapore is so........ big.
When all the MRT line is running, Singapore will be still so........ big.
Do you see what I saw, do you read what I have red.
By 2030, MRT will be 360km on a 714.3 square kilometres (275.8 sq mi) island.
Singapore is a small, heavily urbanised, island city-state in Southeast Asia, located at the end of the Malayan Peninsula between Malaysia and Indonesia. Singapore has a total land area of 714.3 square kilometres (275.8 sq mi).
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The government finally decided in 1982 to proceed with the MRT system
with a budget of $5.3 billion (in 1982 dollars). The government assessed
that a rail system could provide a more efficient and reliable connection
between suburban and central areas. This could then boost long-term
investor confidence in Singapore, attract higher value-added investments,
maximise the use of scarce land resources, as well as help to decentralise
economic activity and create more compact suburban areas. Property
values in parts of Singapore could also be expected to increase, resulting
in higher land premiums. In short, the MRT system was reframed from
being just a transport issue, to one of economic development.
City in a Garden
Last edited by Arcachon; 18th September 2015 at 12:36 PM.
What they don't want you to know.
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