A "white site" at Pasir Ris Central was launched for sale by public tender today under the Confirmed List of the 2nd Half 2018 Government Land Sales (GLS) Programme.
In a press release on Monday (27 August), the Housing & Development Board (HDB) stated that the site is proposed for a mixed-use development which will comprise a commercial and residential development integrated with a bus interchange, a polyclinic and a town plaza.
According to the authority, the site can potentially yield a maximum of 600 private residential units, noting that this mixed-use development is one of the Remaking Our Heartland (ROH) plans for Pasir Ris Town, which was unveiled in April 2017.
HDB stated that located next to Pasir Ris MRT station, the proposed development will offer seamless connection to public transport services and amenities for residents. The completed development will also serve as a community focal point.
The authority stated that the Concept and Price Revenue tender system will be adopted to evaluate the tenders received for the site at Pasir Ris Central. This tender approach is adopted to shortlist quality development concepts with seamless integration of amenities and well-designed public spaces.
The tender for the land parcel at Pasir Ris Central will close at 12 noon on 14 December 2018 (Friday). More details on the land parcel are available on the HDB InfoWEB.
Developer’s packets containing details and conditions of tender of the land parcel are available for sale at HDB Land Sales HDB’s Procurement Office.
A "white" site is a plot where a range of uses are allowed, although very often URA will stipulate a minimum component of a specific use or specific uses to meet its planning intentions. In this case, it is proposing a mixed-use development which will comprise a commercial and residential development integrated with a bus interchange, a polyclinic and a town plaza.