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Sale of Remnant Land
Some parcels of State land by virtue of their small size and/or irregular shape are not suitable for independent development. These parcels of State land are commonly referred to as remnant land.

Remnant land can add substantial value to adjoining private lands when amalgamated with the private lands. To optimise the use of these remnant lands, the Government encourages private landowners to purchase and amalgamate them with their private lands. The Government may in suitable cases also require developers/owners to do so.

Please refer to the for more details.



Purchasing of Remnant Land: How to Apply
Please refer to the Quick Guide

- Making an Application

1. Download the application form
2. Attach the required documents (see "Documents to Submit" section)
3. Send your completed application form, together with the required documents, and processing fees to :

Singapore Land Authority
55 Newton Road
#12-01 Revenue House
Singapore 307987

- Documents to Submit

(a) 1 copy of site plan
(b) Land Information - Lot Particulars for the State land under application
(c) Road Line Plan
(d) Photocopy of the Certificate of Title/last Deed of Conveyance of private land
(e) Photocopy of the Planning Approval (Planning Permission or Written Permission, if any)
(f) 3 photographs of the site
(g) Photocopy of Sales & Purchase Agreement (if applicable)

You can purchase items (a) to (c) through INLIS at http://www.inlis.gov.sg.

- Service Standard

For remnant State lands to be sold directly to only one party, you will receive a formal offer within 8 weeks from the date that SLA receives the application for straight forward cases.

For complicated cases which involves sale of roads and drainage reserves etc. or where a closed tender between adjoining owners is necessary, you will receive a formal offer within 20 weeks from the date SLA receives the application.

The sale of remnant land is subject to the concurrence of the relevant technical agencies.

- Fees Payable

The processing fee for application for purchase of remnant land is $880.

For successful applicants, besides the processing fees and premium, there are two categories of charges to be paid, namely statutory and administrative charges. These are:

1)
Statutory Charges:
  (a)
Stamp fees payable to Commissioner of Stamp Duties under the Stamp Duties Act,
  (b)
GST, where applicable,
  (c)
Survey fees.

2)

Administrative Charges:
  (a)
Cost of issuance of Certificate of Title - $70.

- Mode of Payment

The payment can either be made:
1) Via CashCard, NETS and Credit/Debit card at our Customer Service Centre; or
2) By way of a cheque made payable to "Commissioner of Lands, SLA".

 



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