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Vertical cities as a solution for land scarcity: the tallest public housing development in Singapore
Publicación revisada por pares
Junio 2004
Singapur

Singapore, whose land area is approximately 660km2, is one of the most densely populated cities in the world. In the 2001 Concept Plan, the Urban Redevelopment Authority estimated that Singapore would need 800000 more homes or 6400 ha of land to cater to a projected population of 5.5 million.

Planning Our City
Informes e investigaciones
Diciembre 2012
Singapur

Cities as we know them today are already dramatically changing. Our living environments are reshaping the way we live.
This new ‘urban age’ presents
a unique opportunity for us to remake and reinvent our cities. How well we plan and design our living environments will matter.

Development Assessment of the Singapore Land
Publicación revisada por pares
Agosto 2019
Singapur

Urban indicators plays an important role in the planning and sustainable development of the cities. This paper presents a methodology to determine the favorability index for development of Singapore based on land cover. The ‘City Index’ of Singapore was calculated using five indicators – Social, Environmental, Industrialization, Economic, and Naturality.

Legal Coordinated Cadastres
Documentos de conferencias e informes
Octubre 2006
Singapur

The field of cadastre holds an inherent complexity much based on its interdisciplinary characteristics and the national uniqueness of each cadastral system. In addition, some cadastral terminology is vague or ambiguous, which is why omission of the explicit sense and context of a particular term may bring obscurity to international comparisons and analyses.

Land Framework of Singapore
Documentos de política y resúmenes
Diciembre 2018
Singapur

Long-term planning and an efficient system of land administration and management have played a critical role in Singapore’s transformation from a colonial port to highly liveable global city.

Singapore as a sustainable city
Documentos de política y resúmenes
Septiembre 2019
Singapur

This paper outlines Singapore’s major sustainability challenges and its policy response in the areas of land use, transportation, waste management, water, and energy. We review the current and past Concept Plans from the perspective of sustainable land use and provide an overview of transportation policy in Singapore.

Zoning Regulation as Land Use Control Instrument
Publicación revisada por pares
Septiembre 2010
Estados Unidos de América
Indonesia
Singapur

One of local government authorities is the implementation of land use planning. Due to implementation land use planning, controlling is needed as effort for the implementation is appropriate with the planning. According to Spatial Planning Act No.26/2007, land use control instruments are zoning regulation, permit, incentive and disincentive, and sanction.

Whither Torrens Title in Singapore?
Publicación revisada por pares
Diciembre 2010
Singapur

The Torrens system was designed to deal with problems of 19th century conveyancing practice and it is questionable whether it meets the needs of the 21st century. The doctrine of immediate indefeasibility of title exacerbates the growing problem of identity fraud and is capable of causing much injustice, which in itself leads to a high volume of litigation.

Compulsory Acquisition of Land in Singapore
Publicación revisada por pares
Diciembre 2010
Singapur

This article outlines the legislative history of the Land Acquisition Act (Cap 152, 1985 Rev Ed) and the philosophy behind the legislation. The main thrust of the article is its analysis of the circumstances leading to the amendments to the Land Acquisition Act. In so doing, it also examines the development of the compensation framework and its implications for landowners.

Documentos de política y resúmenes
Junio 2020
Camboya

Garment workers in Cambodia have been devastated by the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Years of chronically low pay in the sector have forced workers to rely on debt – most of which is provided by microfinance institutions (MFIs) and collateralised by borrowers’ land titles – to meet their basic needs.

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