Press Release 07 Apr 2021

Launch of Tender for Sports Use at 102 Ulu Pandan Road




Press Release


Launch of Tender for Sports Use at 102 Ulu Pandan Road


The Singapore Land Authority (SLA) and Sport Singapore (SportSG) today launched a tender for the State property at 102 Ulu Pandan Road for sports use to meet sports and recreational needs of residents in the area, as well as the general public. This is the first collaborative effort by SLA and SportSG for a joint tender to convert a State property for sports use.


2.         102 Ulu Pandan Road was originally part of the former Ulu Pandan camp at 100 Ulu Pandan Road. With a land area of 44,643 sqm, the site was last tenanted to Garden City Management Pte Ltd for hostel use from February 2017 to November last year.  SLA has re-parcelled the site into two facilities - one for hostel use and another for sports use, and provided dedicated road access for each. While the sport facility site is now open for tender, SLA will launch the site for hostel use later this year. The location and the parcellation of the site are provided in Annex A.


3.         As part of the Sports Facility Masterplan, SportSG aims to introduce new, quality and affordable sports facilities for residents to experience active living within reach of their homes. SportSG is working with agencies to identify and open more spaces in residential areas for sports use. This joint tender serves as a pilot to assess the response and launch of additional State property sites for sports use. 


4.         Tenderers will be assessed based on how their proposals can meaningfully transform and activate the space for social integration and community bonding through sport. The Price-Quality tender will allow for more holistic assessment of the bids with 60% of the overall score for the quality of the concept, and 40% for the bid price. The quality component of the proposed concept will be a key consideration in our assessment for the tender award.


5.         The tender will open on 7 April 2021. Tenderers interested to develop and operate the sports facilities may access for more information on the tender.




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For media enquiries, please contact:



Cheryl Lim

Senior Manager,

Corporate Communications

Singapore Land Authority

Tel: 9011 0195



Laura Cheng


Public Relations

Sport Singapore

Tel: +65 9650 7074



Issued by:

Singapore Land Authority

Sports Singapore

7 April 2021


About SLA

Singapore Land Authority (SLA) is a statutory board with the Ministry of Law. Its mission is to optimise land resources for the social and economic development of Singapore. SLA manages some 11,000 hectares of State land and about 5,000 State buildings, which have largely been tenanted out for a variety of uses. It also manages land sales, leases, acquisitions and allocation, developing and marketing land-related information, and maintaining the national land information database through digitised land information services. Being the national land registration authority for property transactions, SLA issues and guarantees land titles in Singapore. It also manages and maintains the national land survey system, where boundaries or legal limits of properties are defined, based on a coordinated cadastre survey system. The use of geospatial information is also spearheaded by SLA through a national collaborative environment where geospatial data, policies and technologies are established and defined, thereby fostering innovation, knowledge and value creation for the Government, enterprises and community.


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About SportSG

As the national sports agency, Sport Singapore’s core purpose is to inspire the Singapore spirit and transform Singapore through sport. Through innovative, fun and meaningful sporting experiences, our mission is to reach out and serve communities across Singapore with passion and pride. With Vision 2030 – Singapore’s sports master plan, our mandate goes beyond winning medals. Sport Singapore uses sport to create greater sporting opportunities and access, more inclusivity and integration as well as broader development of capabilities. At Sport Singapore, we work with a vast network of public-private-people sector partners for individuals to live better through sport.

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