Comparing corridors across different public housing projects

SINGAPORE - The narrow common corridors at Paris Ris One, a Design, Build and Sell Scheme development, have upset some residents of the premium Housing Board project. 

They say that the 1.2m-wide passages are barely wide enough.

The Straits Times takes a look at corridor widths across different public housing projects for comparison. 

DBSS - Pasir Ris One

Completed: 2015

Location: Pasir Ris

Corridor width: 1.2m

DBSS - The Peak

Completed: 2012

Location: Toa Payoh

Corridor width: 1.25m

Rental block

Location: Toa Payoh

Corridor width: 1.42m

HDB Build-to-Order - Costa Ris

Completed: 2015

Location: Pasir Ris

Corridor width: 1.49m

Older HDB block 

Completed: 1992

Location: Pasir Ris

Corridor width: 1.61m

Photos: Tiffany Goh for The Straits Times