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    Default what is STDP?

    just checked URA masterplan 2008
    http://www.ura.gov.sg/mp08/map.jsf?goToRegion=SIN
    next to Clementiwoods and Varsity Park, there's a piece marked as STDP. anyone knows what is this?

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    it could be "subject to development."

    but that piece of land is part of varsity park.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stalingrad
    it could be "subject to development."
    thanx. but what does it mean leh? ura has not decided plot ratio? now it is still "jungle", not part of Varsity Park. i pass by everyday. did the developer of Varsity Park bought it also?

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    Quote Originally Posted by housewife
    thanx. but what does it mean leh? ura has not decided plot ratio? now it is still "jungle", not part of Varsity Park. i pass by everyday. did the developer of Varsity Park bought it also?
    oh, I stand corrected.

    but that piece of land is too small for a major project. perhpas a boutique one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by housewife
    thanx. but what does it mean leh? ura has not decided plot ratio? now it is still "jungle", not part of Varsity Park. i pass by everyday. did the developer of Varsity Park bought it also?
    Interesting observation I always thought that the plot of land mentioned is part of Clementiwood Park.

    BTW, is there a back gate from Clementiwoods Condo to Clementi Road?

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    It means subject to detailed planning

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucas
    Interesting observation I always thought that the plot of land mentioned is part of Clementiwood Park.

    BTW, is there a back gate from Clementiwoods Condo to Clementi Road?
    Clementiwoods Condo is not next to clementi rd. the STDP land is in between. so even if CW has a back gate, can only exit to Clementiwoods Condo Park. well, not sure if such a back gate is a good thing. last yr a NUS girl was raped at the park at night (not the track next to CW condo, a more distant one). this yr a NUS girl phone robbed at day time. since then i dare not pass CW park alone when dark. hope it'll be better when CW completed, workers leave and more residents move in. at least shout, sb will hear. btw, dunno what they're going to do with the tall trees at the edge of CW park. many taller than roof. should be quiet behind the trees but no park view; removed, park view but noise from rd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by edwinleeap
    It means subject to detailed planning
    so is it ura doing the "detailed planning" of it?
    if it'll be another project, the quietness of No. 88 and No. 86 may be affected.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucas
    Interesting observation I always thought that the plot of land mentioned is part of Clementiwood Park.

    BTW, is there a back gate from Clementiwoods Condo to Clementi Road?
    Don't be surprised if they put a church, temple or a mosque there..i.e. place of worship.

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    If you look at the legend, it has the same colour as the CW and the Varsity Park. It's planned for RESIDENTIAL. But the funny thing is that there isn't any Plot Ratio stated.

    That plot of land is a slope piece of land. Perhaps, to address the security issue, build residential unit and having a walk-way along the development would sound secured.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arcachon View Post
    https://www.ura.gov.sg/MP2008/ims/legend.html

    Subject to Detailed Planning

    Question posted since 2009

    http://forums.condosingapore.com/sho...2-what-is-STDP
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    Thanks, saw this near Southbank was wondering what is this.

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