Upcoming Bayshore precinct to have a central park, green network linking its housing projects

Homes in the Bayshore precinct are likely to be ready from the mid-2030s. ST PHOTO: LIM YAOHUI
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SINGAPORE – The upcoming 60ha Bayshore housing precinct in Upper East Coast Road will have a new central park, which will be part of a network of green spaces throughout the estate.

These green spaces will serve as recreational areas for residents and provide “conducive habitats for flora and fauna to thrive”, said the Housing Board on Friday in a report responding to public feedback on an environmental study for the area published in November 2022.

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