NParks calls for impact study of new Chestnut Nature Park
Board wants an assessment of how area's flora and fauna may be affected
Published on Mar 5, 2014 8:37 AM
It is being built to bring more Singaporeans closer to nature. But how will nature cope as people come closer to it?
This is the question the National Parks Board (NParks) wants answered about the planned Chestnut Nature Park, to be built next to the species-rich Central Catchment Nature Reserve.
When completed next year, the park will have biking and hiking trails, a viewing tower, meeting pavilion and carpark.
It is being built to bring Singaporeans closer to nature, the Government had said in 2012.
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