Raffles Town Club site, URA

Raffles Town Club site slated for housing redevelopment

Raffles Town Club will not renew its land lease when it expires on 17 October 2026.

The Singapore Land Authority (SLA) and the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) announced that the land currently occupied by Raffles Town Club (RTC)  at 1 Plymouth Avenue will not renew its lease when it expires on 17 October 2026.

The land will be redeveloped into a residential site which will support future housing demand.

RTC will continue operations on the site until its lease expiry upon which RTC will be required to return the land to the State.

Should RTC wish to continue operations after its current lease expires, agencies will engage RTC on the availability of suitable State properties through open tender. RTC can also explore other options from the open market.

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