Where can I find information on the codes of practices and guidelines on environmental health and pollution control
The Central Building Plan Department (CPBD) in the National Environment Agency (NEA) is responsible in ensuring that
environmental factors are incorporated into land use planning, development and building control of new developments and that
the proposed developments are in compliance with environmental health and pollution control requirements. The various codes
of practices and guidelines can be found on NEA’s website here.
Where can I seek funding and grants to support my environmental campaigns and events?
Singapore’s clean and liveable environment is ensured with the help of our partners from the People, Public and Private sectors who take ownership of our common urban living space. As such, the ministry works closely with its statutory boards, NEA & PUB, to encourage environmental-friendly practices through available grants and incentives. The ministry also looks into opportunities to support environmental-related campaigns and events to propagate the message of sustainability. The award of grants and incentives are subjected to assessment, evaluation and discretion of the management. For more information on grants and programmes, you may visit the NEA’s website here or PUB's website here.
Where can I find information on the planning and usage of limited land in Singapore?
Land use and allocation in Singapore is governed by our Master Plan, which is reviewed every five years. The most current,
Master Plan 2014, focuses on building townships for all ages that are green, healthy, connected, strong in community
interaction and spirit, and to bring quality jobs closer to home. The land use plan can be found online here.
Where do I seek permission to use specific premises for on-site projects?
The use of premise is assessed by the specific land owner on a case by case basis. You may drop us an enquiry via the feedback form and we will assist accordingly.
How can I appeal for my licence suspension of foodstall?
The Ministry works closely with Singapore Food Agency (SFA), as well as the National Environment Agency (NEA) to review appeals related to suspension of foodshop
licence on a case-by-case basis. You may submit your enquiry via our feedback form.All information regarding the offence and the appeal are considered confidential and will only be disclosed to the offender