20 Nov '11, 9pm

Rustic spots a boon for residents #horses

SINGAPORE - Despite an increasing population, the Republic can still have good quality housing in "a wonderful setting", Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean said yesterday. And the newest zone at Punggol Promenade - Punggol Point Walk and Punggol Point Park - is an example of how this can be achieved, Mr Teo said at its opening. "These parks around Punggol illustrate that we can still find the space for good quality housing for Singaporeans, provided we design and plan them well, and also that Singaporeans pitch in to help look after all the facilities that we have," he said. The Urban Redevelopment Authority, as lead agency, engaged the grassroots and residents in planning and designing the park and its facilities. Mr Teo also said the park signals the Government's commitment to building affordable housing for Singaporeans. The quality of public housing is a recent talkin...

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