Property agent Singapore, the country’s second-biggest property market, has recently launched a “sustainability” initiative aimed at promoting its reputation as a livable city.
The initiative, called Singapore Luxury, aims to promote sustainability through building sustainability.
The “sustainable” word is key in Singapore.
Singapore has a history of environmentally friendly construction, and is considered a world leader in the design of buildings.
“Singapore Luxury” is the latest initiative by the company, which is headquartered in Singapore.
The campaign has already helped to secure the company a place on the Singapore City Council.
“It is exciting to be able to be part of the Singapore Luxurys sustainability initiative and bring a new vision of sustainable living to Singapore,” Singtel President and CEO, Jodie Kohn, said.
“This is a great step forward in our journey to become one of the most sustainable cities in the world.”
The Singapore Luxuries project has received a boost from the success of the first phase of the project, the Singtel Sustainable City Initiative, which was launched in June.
The first phase focused on reducing energy use by 20 per cent, which resulted in the installation of solar panels.
“We are proud to be a part of this initiative and look forward to working with the city to further accelerate its transformation,” SingTel Singapore Chief Operating Officer, Geng M. Chang, said in a statement.
SingTel’s Singapore Luxure initiative is being led by Singtel’s Sustainable Cities and Communities group, which has been working to help the city become more sustainable over the last few years.
The group’s project, launched in April, included a new city sustainability scorecard and the creation of a sustainability education and research centre.
“Through our sustainable development programme, we are striving to create the most eco-friendly, livable and sustainable city in the region,” Chang said.
The new city improvement plan was released on Wednesday.
The plan aims to create a new sustainable city of 50,000 homes in 2021.
The aim is to achieve a total sustainability score of 95 per cent in 2021, with a total of 3,000 more homes built.
Singapore is Singapore’s largest urban area.
The government is committed to the “sensible use of natural resources”, including the construction of new and refurbished homes, and to sustainable transportation, energy and waste management, among other initiatives.
Singapore will be one of eight cities in Singapore to have a new sustainability score.
The country also recently launched the SingTel Sustainable Cities Challenge, which aims to achieve sustainability in Singapore through “innovative planning, innovation and community engagement”.
The challenge is expected to reach 10,000 cities worldwide.