Two new sites launched under the 2020 IGLS Programme

Gambas Way (Plot 3) and Tampines North Drive (Plot 11a) are now available for tender and application, respectively.

JTC has launched two sides under the second half of the 2020 IGLS Programme, with tenders closing in December, according to an announcement.

The first site, available for tender, is located at Gambas Way (Plot 3) and has a site area of 0.69 hectares (ha). It is zoned B2 and is available for a 20-year tenure. Tender will close on 22 December at 11 AM.

The second site, Tampines North Drive (Plot 11a), is available for application. It has a site area of 0.59 ha, a gross plot ratio of 2.5, is zoned B2, and is available for a 20-year tenure. Application expiry will be on 31 December at 11 AM.

Applications may be submitted to JTC for the site.

Interested parties can purchase the Tenderer’s Packets at $107 each at the JTC website.

Photo courtesy of xPhantomhive (Wikimedia Commons)

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