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URA moves to conserve former SCGS buildings at Emerald Hill

It says the decision was given impetus by a group of former students, who proposed ways to give the buildings a new use

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The buildings to be conserved are the Main Block (built 1925), Principal's House (1930) and Song Ong Siang Block (1956).

Singapore

PLANS are in the works to conserve three buildings on the site of the former Singapore Chinese Girls' School (SCGS) in Orchard Road, said the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) on Friday.

It said it has proposed their protection and that the buildings will be adapted to...