JTC to build 7 factories at Seletar

By Karamjit Kaur, Aviation Correspondent Source : Straits Times – 05 February 2010 SEVEN new factories, each up to 3,000 sq m in size, will come up at Seletar Aerospace Park next year, near the future Rolls-Royce facility. The $30 million project by JTC Corp is partly to support the British power systems and engines giant, which will assemble and test engines, as well as … Continue reading JTC to build 7 factories at Seletar

The Cube at Seletar Airbase

  via twcnomad.blogspot.com By Wee Cheng: We headed for the Seletar Air Base, once a sleepy remnant of British colonial air force network, now being converted into an international aerospace industrial park. Aircraft hangars and sleepy bungalows dot a landscape with street names such as Edgware Road, Picadilly Circus, Bayswater Road, Hyde Park Gate, Maida Vale and Oxford Street. What a day! Continue reading The Cube at Seletar Airbase

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Eurocopter breaks ground in Seletar

As reported by Channel News Asia Companies express interest to build aviation centre at Seletar By Cheow Xinyi/Ryan Huang, Channel NewsAsia | Posted: 31 October 2009 Even before a tender is called, companies have expressed interest in building the General Aviation Centre at the upcoming Seletar Aerospace Park (SAP), according to JTC Corporation. The centre will house hangars on a 2.6-hectare plot of land, and … Continue reading Eurocopter breaks ground in Seletar

It’s official

Early this week, some residents at Seletar Airbase received written confirmation that their leases will not be renewed beyond December 2008. Thankfully only some of the black & whites will be demolished, the rest will be re-assigned from residential to commercial status to support an aviation training zone. I’m checking with JTC if their mao can be published here, so stay tuned. Folks at Jalan … Continue reading It’s official

t minus 18 months

By December 2008, many of us will have to leave this amazing place we have cherished and call home. Articulating what makes it special is proving harder than we thought – we need to build a scrapbook that can illustrate an extraordinary co-existence of gracious people, historical buildings, wild (ish) animals and majestic trees, all enveloped in tranquility. I’ve just moved across some of the … Continue reading t minus 18 months