West Area



New Build-to-Order (BTO) public housing developments will provide more affordable housing options in mature towns like Choa Chu Kang and Bukit Batok. Upcoming development areas include Keat Hong estate in Chua Chu Kang (where the Keat Hong Axis, Pride, and Colours projects were completed in 2016) and Bukit Batok, where Skyline I & II were finished in 2016 and 2017 respectively. Design, Build and Sell Scheme (DBSS) flats and private homes will also be developed in Clementi and Jurong West to cater to the diverse aspirations and needs of the population.



Artist's impression of Skyline I & II at Bukit Batok
© Housing & Development Board


Amenities for All

Existing amenities in the West Region will continue to be upgraded, while new facilities and services will be introduced with housing developments. Hillview and Keat Hong estates have welcomed new community clubs which feature a wide range of lifestyle programmes and activities. Residents can also look forward to two new hawker centres in Jurong West (scheduled to open end-2017) and Bukit Panjang (opened in 2016).



Artist's impression of the new Community Club at Hillview Avenue © People’s Association 


Mixed-use developments near transport nodes such as MRT stations and bus interchanges will offer residents a greater array of retail, F&B, and entertainment options. These developments include Junction 10/The Tennery, The Hillion Residences and The Hillier/hillV2. New BTO developments will also include child-care facilities, shop clusters, minimarts, and convenience kiosks to meet the day-to-day needs of residents.

New health and medical care facilities have steadily been put in place to serve the growing healthcare needs of our population. The Ng Teng Fong General Hospital and the Jurong Community Hospital began operations in 2014 and 2015 respectively. The Ren Ci Nursing Home in Bukit Batok will be ready in 2015, while a new polyclinic will open at Jurong West Street 61 in the next few years. The Ren Ci Nursing Home in Bukit Batok officially opened in 2016, while the new Pioneer polyclinic at Jurong West Street 61 began operations in mid-2017.


Artist's impression of Ng Teng Fong General Hospital and Jurong Community Hospital © Jurong Health Services


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