The Singapore Liveability Framework
Through the study of Singapore’s urban transformation, the Centre has distilled general principles and desired outcomes undergirding Singapore’s approach to sustainable development. The Singapore Liveability Framework captures these findings in five key areas for liveability and sustainability:
Desired outcomes for a liveable city:
- Competitive Economy
- Sustainable Environment
- High Quality of Life
Systems of urban planning to achieve desired outcomes:
- Integrated Master Planning and Development
- Dynamic Urban Governance
The Singapore Liveability Framework guides the Centre’s research focus and development of its knowledge products. It also provides city leaders a lens through which they can analyse their cities and generate strategies for high liveability and sustainability.
For more information on the Singapore Liveability Framework, please refer to Liveable and Sustainable Cities: A Framework.