Singapore unveils new regulations to halt the spread of tiny ‘shoebox’ flats

Singapore on Wednesday announced stricter guidelines on the maximum number of units in new blocks of private flats and condominiums in a move to tackle what authorities have called “excessive development of shoebox units” in the island-state.
The guidelines, which apply to applications for developments outside the central area received on or after January 17 next year, tighten rules first introduced in 2012.
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