How Singapore is building eco-cities to help the elderly age in place


An artist's impression of Punggol Eco Town, which incorporates HDB flats with green technology such as solar panels. Photos: Handout

When it comes to urban planning and development, most, if not all, cities strive to achieve two things – sustainability and liveability.

Singapore is no exception, says Dr Belinda Yuen, research director of the Lee Kuan Yew Centre for Innovative Cities, a research institute at the Singapore University of Technology and Design.

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