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ROAD LINE PLAN EXPLANATORY NOTES
1. Road Line Plan

Road Line Plan shows road safeguarding information graphically on Cadastral Data provided by Survey Services Department of Singapore Land Authority. The RLP should be read in conjunction with the certified plan of the lot and the RLP explanatory notes.

Road Line Plans can be obtained for valid/current cadastral lots numbers, strata lots numbers, lot address or building names only.

The Road Line Plan can then be obtained as a softcopy in PDF format for printing in A4 or A3 size paper using a colour printer.

Alternatively, the softcopy of Road Line Plan can also be obtained as Computer Aided Design (CAD) format (*.dxf) format. The CAD format will be useful for Registered Surveyors, Architects, Professional Engineers & others having CAD software.

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2. Road Safeguarding Lines
Road Safeguarding Lines namely; Line of Road Reserve and Line of Tunnel Reserve have been prepared by the Land Transport Authority for practically all existing and future roads in Singapore

  • Line of Road Reserve
Red Continuous Lines on the Road Line Plan for future safeguarded roads.

  • Line of Tunnel Reserve
Red Broken Lines on the Road Line Plan for the proposed Singapore Underground Road System (SURS).

  • "Road Line do not cut subject lots"

The above statement will be displayed on the Road Line Plan, if Road Safeguarding Lines do not fall within the lots applied for by the applicant.

3. Land Required for Road Reserve
3.1 The portions of land which are required as Road Reserve are coloured on the Road Line plan. These portions of land are to be set aside when development / redevelopment takes place on the subject lots or when road construction / improvement is carried out by the Land Transport Authority whichever is earlier.
3.2 If the lots are to be developed / redeveloped, the land required as Road Reserve shall be surrendered free of encumbrances to the State. They however, can be used for density/plot ratio calculations purposes.
3.3 Protrusions of existing buildings or structures into the land required as Road Reserve can be retained until they are required to be set aside when the development / redevelopment of the subject lot takes place or until road construction / improvement is carried out by the Land Transport Authority.
4. Implementation of Road Proposals
The Land Transport Authority does not disclose to members of the public when a particular road would be constructed or improved.
5. Other Information
5.1 You may engage a Registered Surveyor or a Qualified Person (An Architect/Professional Engineer) to advise you on the following:
  • Dimensions of the land required for Road Reserve
  • Areas of the land required for Road Reserve
  • On whether existing buildings are affected by the land required for Road Reserve
  • On whether the land required for Road Reserve has been taken into account during the development works

Note: Dimensions/areas are subject to final survey and acceptance by the Chief Surveyor.
5.2 Roads may be categorized as '1' to '5' or not at all (NCAT). The purpose of the road categories is for the developer/architect to establish the buffer requirements for the road.You may obtain more information on buffer requirements from Urban Redevelopment Authority
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 Last Update : 01 Jan 2015

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