Former Bukit Timah Fire Station to reopen in 2022 as community node with food street, garden plots

The lifestyle hub will integrate urban farming, wellness, and nature-based activities. PHOTO: HOMESTEAD HOLLAND PTE LTD
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SINGAPORE - The former Bukit Timah Fire Station will reopen as a community node around the second quarter of 2022, featuring a food street and allotment garden plots.

As a lifestyle hub that integrates urban farming, wellness and nature-based activities, the node will also house gardens for educational purposes and a farm-to-table restaurant, said the authorities in a statement on Thursday (Sept 16). The agencies involved are the Urban Redevelopment Authority, National Parks Board, Singapore Land Authority and the Building and Construction Authority.

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