Turf City operators asking for lease to be extended

With 18 months left at site, group comprising tenants seeks help from URA, stakeholders

Five sports and recreation operators have teamed up to try to extend the lease of Turf City in Bukit Timah, the former home of the Singapore Turf Club. Turf City - home to a mall and car dealerships - hosts some 30 types of sports and recreational ac
Five sports and recreation operators have teamed up to try to extend the lease of Turf City in Bukit Timah, the former home of the Singapore Turf Club. Turf City - home to a mall and car dealerships - hosts some 30 types of sports and recreational activities, and is used by about half a million people a year. PHOTO: THE CAGE
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Five sports and recreation operators at Turf City have formed a collective to seek lease extensions as they enter the final 18 months of their time at the Bukit Timah site.

The group comprises representatives from sports operators Centaurs, Tanglin Rugby Club and The Cage Sports Park, kindergarten operator Blue House International, and horse riding centre Bukit Timah Saddle Club.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on April 26, 2019, with the headline Turf City operators asking for lease to be extended. Subscribe