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Citymaking: The Singapore Story

18 May 2018
Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy

We bring you on a journey around this densely populated city-state, as we uncover the planning, financing and implementation of “the most meticulously planned city in the world”*.

This one-day programme will cover Singapore’s unique approach to urban planning, public housing and water management. This trilogy, first prompted by the pragmatism of economic survival at independence, has evolved into a showcase of liveability, social cohesion, sustainability, and technology, that has in turn facilitated human development, empowerment, and value creation.

This programme is suitable for city leaders and urban planners keen to understand the role of citymaking in this nation’s continuous quest to overcome its natural and geo-political constraints.

Places limited to 40 attendees

*The Guardian, 21 April 2016

Who should attend?

The programme is targeted primarily at administrators and leaders, particularly mid to senior level practitioners who are engaged with the management of complex urban transformation programmes.

Private sector participation is also encouraged, particularly from companies who are involved with doing business with cities.

Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy
National University of Singapore
469C Bukit Timah Road
Singapore 259772

Programme Fees

Lee Wee Lip
Tel: (65) 6516 8255