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HDB towns will be planned and designed to provide opportunities for communities to thrive. Strong social ties are integral to foster social resilience, and essential for a community to overcome future crises and challenges together.
We will continue to plan for different types of community spaces (e.g. void decks, pavilions), to encourage neighbourly interactions and build stronger community bonds. Here are some examples of large community spaces and cosy settings in our estates that allow for residents to come together.
For new public housing developments, more childcare and eldercare facilities will be co-located to facilitate inter-generational interaction and bonding. Precinct facilities, like 3-Generation playgrounds and community gardens, will also be in close proximity.
We provide different facilities to meet your needs across all stages of your life. We will enhance our neighbourhood centres with more wellness choices beyond what’s available today. For example, by offering healthy food options, community spaces for bonding, green spaces to relax, and fitness corners.
Social and Wellness Hub
Neighbourhood centres may also be integrated with other uses. For instance, in Parc Residences @ Tengah, public housing is integrated with a neighbourhood centre, polyclinic, and community spaces such as community plaza, roof garden, and pocket gardens.