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Liveable Density: A Conversation with Heng Chye Kiang

Conversation  -  Heng Chye Kiang

An NUS Professor of Architecture explains how thoughtful planning, good design, and inclusive choices can enable residents to thrive in dense urban environments.

Book - Liveable and Sustainable Cities - A Framework

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This book examines the roles of Singapore’s pioneering leaders and their innovative policies.

Ethos, journal of the Civil Service College Singapore

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ETHOS is a publication of the Civil Service College, Singapore. It aims to provide thought leadership, insight and context on a wide range of public policy issues of interest to Singapore.

Triumph of the Lion City

Review  -  Tan Peng Ting

Review of Edward Glaeser's Triumph of the City

Transformative Investments: Remaking American Cities for a New Century

Article  -  Julie Wagner, Bruce Katz

“Transformative investments” is a class of urban interventions that is making an impact on markets, people, city landscapes and urban possibilities.

Managing Singapore's Land Needs

Article  -  Melissa Sapuan

Visionary urban planning transformed a tiny island nation into a bustling business hub. Now Singapore has set its sights on becoming a distinctive global city.

Sustaining Passion and Wellbeing in the City of the Future

Conversation  -  Rahul Mittal

Veteran urban designer and planner Rahul Mittal reflects on key trends in the evolution of urban life, and how planners can engage with community aspirations and energies.

The Future of Heartland Living

Article  -  Cheong Koon Hean

Innovations in hardware and heartware shape the design of Singapore’s next-generation residential towns.

Quality of Life in Singapore

Article  -  Tan Li San

Can Singapore become one of the world's most liveable cities in the 21st century?

Wanted — An Ambitious Vision for Singapore’s Public Transport

Article  -  Paul Barter

In order for public transport in Singapore to compete with the lure of private cars, a radical overhaul in regulation and organisation may be necessary.