DLA students volunteered to be URA’s guides at Jurong Lake District Public Exhibition

01 Sep 2017

Students from the Diploma in Landscape Architecture (DLA) volunteered to be URA’s guides at their public exhibition for Jurong Lake District (JLD). To perform their task, students needed to undergo a few rounds of trainings on basic planning knowledge and exhibition content. 

As part of their training, DLA students learned the planning history of Singapore, role & duty of URA and first-hand knowledge on the JLD Masterplan during this pilot program, which will further enhance future project collaborations between URA and DLA. Besides enriching their own professional knowledge, the students also contributed to the community as they assisted the public in understanding more about the future development plans for JLD during the exhibition at The URA Centre & Westgate Mall from 25 Aug to 17 Sep 2017. 

DLA students and lecturers attended the launch event for the JLD exhibition on 25 Aug
DLA students will participate as URA-JLD exhibition guides during the exhibition period from 25 Aug to 17 Sep
DLA students at The URA Centre, attending one of the training sessions conducted by URA staff & planners in preparation for their role as exhibition guides Minister for National Development and Second Minister for Finance, Mr Lawrence Wong meeting up with the DLA students after he officially launched the JLD exhibition at The URA Centre



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