Singapore sport: Big drop in use of public facilities, venues due to Covid-19 measures

Construction of some sports facilities, including the Kallang Alive project, could also see delays

An artist’s impression of the mega Kallang Alive project. The new precinct was to have been completed by 2025. PHOTO: SPORT SINGAPORE
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SINGAPORE - Construction of multiple key sports infrastructure across Singapore has been affected by the pandemic and will likely see more delays in the coming months, said Sport Singapore (SportSG) chief executive Lim Teck Yin.

Among them is the mega Kallang Alive project that encompasses six developments - the Youth Hub which includes a velodrome, Kallang Football Hub, Singapore Tennis Centre, Benaan Kapal Green, Alive Gateway and Loop and the redevelopment of the Kallang Theatre.

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