Punggol has transformed into a residential eco-town, it is fast shaping into one of the island-state’s most sought-after residential estates, providing a high-quality living environment amidst a dense green and blue network. As the town continues to develop, residents can look forward to new retail amenities, more community and recreation facilities, enhanced transport connectivity, as well as more job opportunities close to home.
Enjoy a waterfront lifestyle with your very own waterway! Plentiful of lifestyle options at your convenience.
7 distinct waterfront districts, each district with unique theme and well integrated with facilities
Set amidst greenery (soften density) and planned for walkability
A ‘high-quality living environment amidst a dense green and blue network’
The 4.2km waterway will traverse Punggol Town, Punggol Promenade and link up the reservoirs at Sungei Punggol and Sungei Serangoon to form a huge water reservoir.
Green Spaces and Park Connectors
Abundance of green recreation spaces. Escape the concrete jungle. Close to nature, your very own wetland and island.
North Eastern Riverine Loop
Scenic loop with 80% of route along reservoirs and waterways
Access to a biodiversity haven
Upcoming round island loop
Pass through Punggol promenade and waterway at Punggol
Punggol Waterway Park is designed with 4 major themes- Green Gallery, Recreation Zone, Heritage Zone and Nature Cove.
Free from the bustling traffic and set in serene lush greenery setting with beautiful water, Punggol Waterway Park allows residents of all ages to enjoy the facilities here during their leisure time and to take part in recreational activities around the promenade.
Punggol Promenade Nature Walk: The 2.4 km park connector from the Punggol Promenade lies between Punggol Point Walk and Riverside Walk. Besides the paranomic view of the sea and the lush green surroundings, the walk features several fishing platforms that remind us of the old Punggol Fishing Villages.
Coney Island Park
Coney Island Park is located on the offshore Coney Island, which is connected to the mainland by two bridges on its western and eastern ends to Punggol Promenade and Pasir Ris Coast Industrial Park 6.
Besides being rich in history, the 50 ha Coney Island Park houses a wide variety of habitats for bird and nature enthusiasts to explore, including coastal forests, grasslands, mangroves, and casuarina woodlands. It is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna, with some plants at the park presumably nationally endangered in the wild.
Park on Coney Island to be completed by 2015
50 hectare ‘green lung’
Park will be well connected with wider park connector network
New Amenities and Community facilities
Development and infrastructure in place to support rapidly developing township. Waterway Point
First waterfront suburban mall.
Alfresco dining and entertainment by the waterfront.
To be fully integrated with MRT, LRT and bus interchange – Provide convenient shopping and lifestyle destination.
Four levels of indoor shopping, leisure and alfresco dining spaces with a view of Punggol Waterway.
Key tenants include 24-hour FairPrice Finest, Shaw Theatres, and the largest Times Bookstore outlet in Singapore. Also comprises of a town square and visitors’ centre.
One-stop amenity centre to be completed in 2018, situated next to Oasis LRT station.
18, 000 sqm of retail space for shopping, dining outlets, educational and enrichment centres.
The development is designed with a series of cascading multi-coloured gardens, capitalising on the good view offered by the Punggol Waterway. Resembling a landscaped hill, it will provide a scenic view for both shoppers and residents in the area.
Walkways and ramps between the development and waterway encourage seamless pedestrian movement.
It will also house the Punggol Polyclinic operated by SingHealth – set to be one of the largest polyclinics in Singapore.
It opened in April 2016, offering NSmen and their families a comprehensive suite of lifestyle facilities.
It is a mere few minutes away from the upcoming Sam Kee LRT station and integrated with the Punggol Waterway.
It will feature Kidz Amaze, a first-of-its-kind three-storey high, 23, 000 sqft indoor water playground with plenty of interactive features for children.
Large eco-themed childcare centre that features the use of natural sunlight for lighting and hydroponic plants at learning and play areas to drive home the importance of going green to children.
To be completed in 2020, located next to Samudera LRT station.
Well integrated with Common Green and waterfront promenade.
Plaza consists of retail, F&B, enrichment centres and a childcare centre.
The Common Green is a park lined with lush greenery, and comes with fitness stations, a playground and a dragonfly pond.
The centre will be a test bed for technologies like smart fans, lighting, and an electronic carpark monitoring system, in line with Punggol Northshore’s goal to be the first “Smart and Sustainable District” in Singapore.
Punggol Town Hub
Located within town centre
One stop amenities hub
Integrated community centre, hawker centre and library
Sengkang General Hospital
Operational by 2018, to have 500 – 600 beds
New public housing developments proposed to incorporate childcare centres, supermarkets and shop clusters ￼
Punggol Creative Cluster
Introduction of a ‘creative cluster’
Provide a space for innovative new industries and introduce new jobs and opportunities that will engage and excite.
Space for innovative industries, create employment opportunities.
Incorporate green and community spaces with waterfront views. Extend the existing town centre towards waterfront.
Designed to house new educational institutions including a new tertiary institution, which will be developed alongside the Creative Cluster to meet the dynamic needs of innovation.
Addition of new tertiary institution.
‘Act as catalyst for growth and forge fresh synergies with industries’.
Enhanced MRT Network
Cross Island Line by 2030
Provide commuters with alternative east – west route
Connect to all major lines and serve as key transfer line
Eastern leg will extend into Punggol
Connect Punggol to Eastern and Western part of Singapore
More trains for the North-East line
The NEL will get 18 more trains, delivered progressively from 2015
Increase its capacity by up to 70 per cent
Shorter waiting times, less crowded rides
Extension of North-East line to Punggol North completed by 2030
2km extension that will serve Punggol North
Enhanced LRT Network￼
Improvement to Punggol LRT
Upgrade to 2 car system by 2016
16 more train cars
Increase fleet by 57%
Improved Expressway and Local Roads￼ Ease of travel via 3 major expressways and…
New road to connect Punngol Central to TPE and PIE
Proposed improvements to Punggol Way and Punggol Road
Smoother connections to TPE
Proposed Punggol Semi Expressway
Feasibility study will be carried out
“Alignment and form” of the new semi-expressway are being looked at
Run parallel to the Central Expressway (CTE) to ease the traffic load on CTE
Advance works will start from 2013 and major construction works in 2015
Significantly reduce journey times from the North East to the CBD
Characterised by waterfront estates and vast tracts of nature, Punggol has a unique modern-yet-rustic charm.
As part of the URA Draft Master Plan 2013, enhanced amenities and a better transport system will be what you can expect when you stay in Punggol.
Future developments will deliver a greater variety of housing options, more efficient transport connectivity, as well as an extensive network of recreational possibilities that will redefine living spaces of the future.
The Round Island Route, new interim sports facilities at the Jalan Kayu Sports Hub and the Cross Island Line are a few of many improvements you can look forward to in both towns.
Besides better roads, the Punggol Master Plan 2013 also brings a range of amenities to Punggol, Punggol Waterway Park adding vibrancy to your life.
The upcoming Cross Island Line (CRL), which is expected to be ready by 2030.
Starting from Changi, the CRL will pass through Loyang, Pasir Ris, Hougang, Ang Mo Kio, before reaching Sin Ming. Continuing westwards, it will serve areas such as Bukit Timah, Clementi, West Coast, and terminate at Jurong Industrial Estate.
It will provide commuters with another alternative for East-West travel to the current East-West Line, bringing greater comfort and significantly shorter journey times.
The eastern leg of the CRL will also include a segment that extends into the centre of Punggol. Residents in Punggol will be able to travel to Pasir Ris – a popular and much demanded travel route – in only 10-15 minutes, compared to a 40 minute bus journey today.
With so much in development, what do you think the future value of Punggol is?
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