Heritage value of 200 buildings in Changi Point to be assessed, study to inform future plans

The BNP Paribas APAC Training Campus is an example of how old barrack buildings can be repurposed, while retaining the architectural features. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE – A heritage study of about 200 buildings in Changi Point will be carried out, as part of planning processes for the area.

A spokesman for the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) said the statutory board is commissioning a heritage baseline study to “research and document the history and heritage significance of the area’s existing buildings, structures and settings”.

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