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National Aerated Water building in Serangoon to be conserved

URA says it recognises the building's architectural and heritage value; decision cheered by conservation enthusiasts

Among the features that will be retained include the building's signage tower, a balcony with brick parapets, Art Deco timber transom panels and a sun shading ledge. It will be integrated into a new residential development and kept fenceless along the main road and the river.


THE main building of a former bottling factory, the National Aerated Water Co, will be partially conserved by the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA).

The main building comprises a two-storey L-shaped structure facing Serangoon Road. Other features that will be retained

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