A growing number of people are recognizing that in order to secure the clean air, water and food that we need to healthfully survive, we have to become guardians of the places where we live. People sense the loss in not knowing our neighbors and natural surroundings, and are discovering that the best way to take care of ourselves and to get to know our neighbors, is to protect and restore our region.
Bioregionalism recognizes, nurtures, sustains and celebrates our local connections with:
It is taking the time to learn the possibilities of place. It is a mindfulness of local environment, history, and community aspirations that leads to a sustainable future. It relies on safe and renewable sources of food and energy. It ensures employment by supplying a rich diversity of services within the community, by recycling our resources, and by exchanging prudent surpluses with other regions. Bioregionalism is working to satisfy basic needs locally, such as education, health care and self-governance. The bioregional perspective recreates a widely-shared sense of regional identity founded upon a renewed critical awareness of and respect for the integrity of our ecological communities.
People are joining with neighbors to discuss ways we can work together to:
- Learn what our special local resources are
- Plan how to best protect and use those natural and cultural resources
- Exchange our time and energy to best meet our daily and long-term needs
- Enrich our children's local and planetary knowledge.
Security begins by acting responsibly at home.
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A life region. A geographical area described in terms of its unique combination of flora, fauna, geology, climate and water features—the whole of which distinguishes it from other bioregions. Thus, natural forms and living communities, including human, become the descriptive features of each bioregion—instead of the politically drawn lines used to define county, state and nation. Watersheds, being an important physical feature of bioregions, are often used to define their boundaries. >Read More
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Piermont Grand Star Buy List is to be released soon. For more information on the orientation of Piermont Grand units facing can refer easily from Piermont Grand site plan.
Parc Clematis is sitting on the former site of Park West. Sing Haiyi Group attempted successfully to purchase enbloc sale Jalan Lempeng in the year 2018 for a sum of $840.9 million. This amount worked out to $850 per plot ratio per square feet for a total land size of 633,644.38 square feet.
Avenue South Residences land cost is at SGD$1,138 psf. Many other surrounding condominiums are selling at a higher price than Avenue South Residences.
Attention: New tenants, we are pleased to welcome you on board with us at Royal Square. Do inform us about you in the Royal Square contact us form to update our directory. Existing tenants, do help us in the Royal Square contact us form to update your change of contact number or unit location to in our directory.
Parc Komo was from the enbloc (collective sales) from previously known as Changi Garden. This Upper Changi North Road condo was purchased by CEL Development (Parc Komo Developer) for $196 million in the year 2017.
One Pearl Bank is a new development that is located right next to Outram MRT Station by Capitaland. One Pearl Bank sits on a prime piece of land that is located just minutes away from the Central Business District as well as Chinatown. The development sits on a mature estate where there are plenty of amenities and food choices available for residents of Pearl Bank.
The Wallich Residences has about 181 apartments which overlook the city and surrounding sea from a height of about 180 meters to 290 meters above sea level, the highest for a residential building in the whole of Singapore. Apartments for rent include one bedroom, two bedrooms, three bedrooms, four bedrooms, four penthouses and a super penthouse. All these apartments offer an unobstructed view of the city and seaside.