Rachel Au-Yong
The Straits Times
October 4, 2015

The Housing Board has unveiled four developments billed as the new generation of neighbourhood centres. They connect residents’ homes to public transport, provide a range of facilities and serve as community spaces. These centres feature sheltered plazas where residents can mingle, and green spaces for exercise and play, as well as shops, restaurants, foodcourts, supermarkets, and childcare and enrichment centres.


This article was first published on October 4, 2015.
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