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Singapore Green Plan 2030: How will it impact property developments and sustainability in our country?

Over the past few years, we’ve seen an increased awareness and movement towards sustainability. Whether it’s paying more for paper bags or travelling in electric cars, we’re becoming more environmentally conscious.  Likewise, the property sector has been embracing sustainability, incorporating eco-friendly design and practices into their developments. This is also driven by the Building and…

Former Moulmein Primary School at Jalan Rajah

Why do some former school sites get torn down for housing?

As a land-scarce country, balancing between setting aside land for development and conserving old sites is challenging. Over the years, we’ve seen many old buildings get demolished to make way for development.  Even the old National Library at Stamford Road wasn’t spared. Despite calls for conservation, the iconic red-bricked building was demolished in 2004 to…

A woman vacuuming living room to allergy-proof home

11 steps to allergy-proofing your home

The home is where you can relax and chill, but it’s also where your allergies can be triggered. Allergens can be anything from pollen, dust mites, mould to animal dander. While allergies can’t be cured, you shouldn’t just rely on antihistamines. Allergic rhinitis can be controlled by minimising your exposure to allergens. And you can…

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