The Building and Construction Authority (BCA) is an agency under the Ministry of National Development, championing the development of an excellent built environment for Singapore. “Built environment” refers to buildings, structures and infrastructure in our surroundings that provide the setting for the community’s activities.
The Singapore Mint was established in 1968 to cater to circulation coin requirements after Singapore's independence. Leveraging on its core competencies, it provides customised corporate services, as well as quality currency-related gifts and collectibles, and lifestyle products and services, to the local and overseas markets.
(Main Office and Factory) 20 Teban Gardens Crescent, Singapore 608928
SCORE plays an important role in the Singapore correctional system by creating a safe and secure Singapore through the provision of rehabilitation and aftercare services to inmates and ex-offenders. SCORE seeks to enhance the employability of offenders and prepare them for their eventual reintegration...
The National Arts Council (NAC) believes that the arts should be an integral part of all Singaporeans’ lives and exposure should begin from a young age. As such, NAC is committed to helping all students have access to quality arts education for expression, learning and reflection.
90 Goodman Road, Goodman Arts Centre, Blk A #01-01, Singapore 439053
Established under the Private Education Act, the Council for Private Education (CPE) is a statutory board sanctioned with the legislative power to regulate the private education sector. In addition to its role as the sectoral regulator of private education institutions (PEIs), the CPE facilitates capability development efforts to uplift standards in the local private education industry.
National Parks Board (NParks) is dedicated and committed to providing and enhancing the greenery of Singapore. Beginning with the first Tree Planting Campaign in 1963, NParks has come a long way in greening up the island city, with 4 nature reserves and more than 300 parks sprawled across Singapore to date and still growing.
The Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners Board (TCMPB) is a statutory board established under the Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners Act 2000. TCMPB registers TCM practitioners (both acupuncturists and TCM physicians), accredits TCM institutions and TCM courses for the purpose of registration and regulates the professional ethics and conduct of registered TCM practitioners.
The Singapore Dental Council is the self-regulatory body for the dental professions constituted under the Dental Registration Act (Chapter 76). Its key objectives are to promote high standards of oral health and to promote the interests of the dental profession in Singapore.
16, College Road, #01-01, College of Medicine Building, Singapore 169854
The Housing & Development Board (HDB) is Singapore's public housing authority and a statutory board under the Ministry of National Development. HDB plans and develops public housing towns that provide Singaporeans with quality homes and living environments.
The National Archives of Singapore (NAS) is the keeper of records of national or historical significance. ?The records acquired by NAS come from both public agencies and private sources. Records in various mediums and formats are safeguarded and preserved.
The Energy Market Authority (EMA) is a statutory board under the Ministry of Trade and Industry. Main goals are to ensure a reliable and secure energy supply, promote effective competition in the energy market and develop a dynamic energy sector in Singapore.
Heritage Conservation Centre (HCC) is the repository and conservation facility for the management and preservation of the museum collection of the National Heritage Board. Comprising the Collections Services, Conservation Services and Facilities Management Services Departments, its role is to preserve, protect and manage the NHB museum collections.
he Council for Estate Agencies (CEA) is a statutory board established under the Estate Agents Act 2010 to administer the enhanced regulatory framework for the real estate agency industry. Commencing its operations from 22 October 2010, CEA's principal functions are to license the estate agents (referring to the estate agencies) and register salespersons (referring to the property agents), ....
490, Lorong 6 Toa Payoh, HDB Hub Biz 3, #05-10, Singapore 310490 (access from lift lobby 1)
The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) is a uniformed organisation under the purview of the Ministry of Home Affairs. The main role of SCDF is to provide fire-fighting, rescue and emergency medical services; mitigating hazardous materials incidents, as well as formulate, implement and enforce regulations on fire safety and civil defence shelter matters.
Singapore Customs was re-constituted on 1 April 2003 to bring together revenue collection and enforcement, trade documentation, trade facilitation and security functions under one agency. As Singapore’s single authority on customs and trade regulatory matters, Singapore Customs upholds customs and trade laws to build trust in Singapore’s external trading system, facilitate trade, and protect ...
Corporate HQ and mailing address: 55 Newton Road, #10-01 Revenue House, Singapore 307987
The Singapore Land Authority (SLA) is a statutory board under the Ministry of Law. It optimises land resources for the economic and social development of Singapore. This is important as land is used for a wide range of activities in Singapore.
SLA Customer Service Centre (CSC), 55 Newton Road, #12-01, Revenue House Singapore 307987
The Singapore Prison Service is a government agency of the Government of Singapore under the hierarchy of the Ministry of Home Affairs. It runs prisons and drug rehabilitation centres in Singapore. Its responsibilities encompass the safe custody, rehabilitation and aftercare of offenders, and preventive education.