environmental studies
Environmental Studies

As Singapore’s government agency for industrial development, JTC follows the national Environmental Impact Assessment framework to determine and mitigate the potential impact of new developments on the environment. In general, JTC’s development projects undergo a thorough evaluation process that addresses the development’s potential impact on traffic, public health and safety, heritage, and the environment.

For development projects close to sensitive areas such as nature reserves, nature areas, marine and coastal areas and other areas of significant biodiversity or with potential trans-boundary impact, a more detailed environmental study may be carried out.

Technical agencies, nature groups and community stakeholders are consulted on the findings of the environmental studies for JTC projects, including the extent of potential impact and the proposed mitigation measures to be implemented. The studies will also be published online. 

JTC will assess all feedback received from nature groups and community stakeholders before seeking planning approval from the Ministry of National Development/Urban Redevelopment Authority for the project. Mitigation measures and any monitoring plans will be put in place to minimise any environmental impact before the commencement of any works.

Read our latest environmental study reports and share with us your feedback.

Development project Environmental Study Report Date published Status
Woodlands Wafer Fab Park

Woodlands Wafer Fab Park Land Preparation Works – Final Biodiversity Impact Assessment Report

Woodlands Wafer Fab Park has been set aside for land preparation works to anchor incoming strategic economic investments which will create employment opportunities for Singaporeans.

JTC has commissioned a consultant to conduct a biodiversity impact assessment in 2021 to provide a baseline assessment of the flora and fauna of the site and to guide the development plans for the area.

The report identified sensitive receptors pertaining to biodiversity and assessed the potential impacts that the land development plans would have on the proposed site. Through our engagement and with feedback received from Nature Groups, we are studying proposed mitigation measures to reduce the residual impacts to acceptable levels.

The Final Biodiversity Impact Assessment Report was available for public feedback from 31 Mar 2022 to 28 Apr 2022.

Feedback is now closed. We thank you for your interest and participation.

Full Report (PDF, 13mb)

31 Mar 2022
Closed for feedback