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SIngapore’s 10 PrInciples for hIgh-density development

Published on February 1st, 2013

● 1. Plan for long-term growth and renewal Singapore’s urban planners do not view a planning time horizon of 50 years as too long; they look at development as well as…

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● 1. Plan for long-term growth and renewal Singapore’s urban planners do not view a planning time horizon of 50 years as too long; they look at development as well as...

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