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Re2103: Urban Planning

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RE2103: Urban Planning
Public Participation
1. Matrix of Public Participation
2. Nature/Heritage Conservation
3. Urban & Economic Planning Processes
4. Population Planning
5. Our Singapore Conversation (OSC)
6. Summary of Participation
7. Singapore's Ladder of Citizen Participation & Trend
8. 3 Areas of Improvements
1. Nature/Heritage Conservation
2. Urban & Economic Planning Processes
Urban Process: Developments that improves the urban livability of Singapore Eg. the building of MRT lines.
Economic Process: Developments that improves the economic aspects of Singapore. Eg. the building of Casino.
3. Population Planning
Definition: Controlling the size of a population through policies
Importance: Small size, limited resources

4. Our Singapore Conversations
First announced by PM Lee Hsien Loong during his 2012 National Day Message
Various offline and online platforms for the public to express their views, concerns and thoughts
11 October 2012, civil servants allowed to contribute
Target Group: Masses (especially the silent majority)
Category: Consult
Bukit Brown
12 September 2011
Construct a new dual four-lane road
Construction Period: Early 2013 to 2016
LTA, URA & NParks
Long-term Plan: Housing
Kampong Buangkok
The Last Surviving Kampong in Singapore
Definition: A professional endeavor that seeks to preserve, conserve and protect buildings, objects, landscapes or other artifacts of historic significance.
Sparks of outrage among Singaporeans
Singapore Heritage Society (SHS) & Nature Society (Singapore)
Various Petitions created
LTA still went ahead with the constructions
Category: Inform
4 January 2009, The New York Times published the article "Singapore Prepares to Gobble Up Its Last Village"
Developed for future housing, schools & other neighbourhood facilities
2008 Master Plan
No dates announced
Category: Inform
5. Summary of Participations
6. Singapore's Ladder of Citizen Participation & Trend
7. 3 Areas of Improvements
Opinion on Casino Building
Casino building dialogue held by REACH
Addresses concerns and gather feedbacks from public on Casino building in Singapore.
However, only 90 participants turned up.
Target group: Masses
Category: Consult
Downtown Line Stage 2 MRT Stations Naming
The naming of Downtown MRT lines between 2008 till 2009
Seek locals’ opinion to propose names for the downtown lines
A relatively small scale of involvement
Target group: Masses
Category: Involve
May Day & National Day Rally Speech
Annual speeches held at various places such as Expo, Suntec City (for May Day Rally Speech) and in NUS UCC (National Day Rally Speech) in recent years
Inform the community on the various developments for the coming year
Reflect on past developments done in the previous year
Target groups: School representatives, Privileged individuals, High profile individuals in Singapore. (Quite exclusive)
Category: Inform
Post National Day Rally Speech Dialogue
Comes after the national day rally speech
Aim to clarify questions about the public
Gather feedbacks as well
Target Group: Masses
Category: Consult
Master Plan Dialogue Session
Clarify master plan & future developments
Address concerns of public
Gather information and reaction from public
Target group: Masses
Category: Consult
1. More active response from the government regarding people’s feedback
3. Less ‘’gesture’’
1. More active response from the government regarding people’s feedback
2. Making the participatory process more inclusive and extending to groups who normally do not participate
3. Less ‘’gesture’’
2. Making the participatory process more inclusive and extending to groups who normally do not participate
Population White Paper
Passed on 8 February 2013
Through 2012, NPTD sought views and gathered feedback from public
Focus group discussions, dialogue sessions and online channels
Target Group: Masses
Category: Consult
1996: May Day & National Day Rally Speech (Inform)
1996: Post National Day Rally Speech Dialogue (Consult)
2001: Master Plan Dialogue Session (Consult)
2005: Casino Building (Consult)
2008 till 2009: Naming of Downtown MRT Lines (Involve)
2011: Bukit Brown (Inform)
2012: Population White Paper (Consult)
2012: Our Singapore Conversation (Consult)
Future: Kampong Buangkok (Inform)

Inform Consult  Involve
More frequent public participation is Consult
Singapore started from nothing

Government must make decisions first

Country became more organised

People participate more
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