In Harmony with the Environment

Keppel Land is committed to caring for the environment wherever its properties may be found. We believe harmonising with and improving the environment to enhance the quality of life of the people who use our properties.

This credo guides the design and development of all our projects in Singapore and overseas.

Oases in the City

As one of the largest landlords in Raffles Place, Keppel Land has contributed to making Singapore’s Central Business District distinctive with eight prime office buildings.

Apart from providing state-of-the-art working environment, Keppel Land also consciously looks into creating green oases, where practicable, for environmental relief from concrete skyscrapers. Lush landscaping, interactive water features and roof gardens characterise some Keppel Land office buildings.

In the same vein, Keppel Land homes are nestled in luxuriant sanctuaries where often cars are parked in the basement, freeing the first level for greenery and carefree play.

Eco Efforts Overseas

With overseas developments, Keppel Land also makes efforts towards preserving the precious ecosystem. At Spring City Golf and Lake Resort in Kunming, China, steps taken to prevent pollution in the lake include setting up of the resort’s own sewerage treatment plant, planned application of pesticide,chemicals and fertilizers, as well as having constant dialogue with local authorities on anti-pollution activities.

At Spring City care is taken to preserve the natural environment

Like Spring City, in Ria Bintan, another Keppel Land resort in Pulau Bintan, Indonesia, rain and treated waste water are recycled to irrigate the golf courses, and landscape. Tree planting programmes are actively undertaken to encourage the return of wildlife to the resorts.

At Botanic Cove, Keppel Land’s latest residential development in Sydney’s Hunters Hill municipality, a dedicated planting programme allows an existing flora of more than 130 species to flourish.

Presenting a fresh concept in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, Keppel Land built a park with a playground adjacent to Saigon Centre, already an established landmark right in the city’s main thoroughfare.

Keppel Land built a park cum playground adjacent to its Saigon Centre.

Championing the Cause

The Keppel Land development most recognised for its energy-saving, recycling and water conservation programmes is the Hotel Inter-Continental Singapore. It is the first and only hotel in Singapore to win the prestigious Green Leaf Award in 1999.

Since its opening in 1995, the Hotel has received numerous environmental awards which includes the Green Globe Certificate of Achievement 1999 and the Green Globe Distinction Award 1998 presented by the World Travel and Tourism Council.

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