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Rooftop farms now allowed under landscape replacement policy

MORE urban rooftop farms may soon crop up after the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) expanded its landscape replacement policy to allow rooftop urban farms and vertical greens to be used to replace the greenery lost due to development.

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Landscape replacement policy for buildings to include vertical greens

SINGAPORE'S greenery landscape replacement policy for buildings - under which property developers must replace greenery lost from a site due to development with greenery in other areas within the development - will be enhanced to allow vertical greenery, inaccessible green roofs and rooftop urban farms as additional landscape replacement options.. - 09 November 2017

Tee Land buys Casa Contendere for $72m

Property developer Tee Land is buying the freehold Casa Contendere in Gilstead Road in a collective sale for $72 million.. - 08 November 2017

Recent en bloc sales do not mean higher prices

THE recent spate of en-bloc sales will not necessarily translate to higher prices, National Development Minister Lawrence Wong said in parliament on Monday.. - 07 November 2017

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