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July 2016CONTENTS1.0INTRODUCTION1.1WHAT IS PRIVATELY OWNED PUBLIC SPACE?1.2TYPES OF PRIVATELY OWNED PUBLIC SPACE2.0DESIGN GUIDELINES2.1PLANNING + LAYOUTSize, Location, Configuration/Shape, Open Space2.2ACCESS + CIRCULATIONAccess Points, Paths, Level Changes, Co-ordination 2.3USER COMFORTShade, Light, Air, Noise2.4LANDSCAPINGArea, Softscape, Hardscape2.5AMENITIESBasic Amenities, Additional Amenities 2.6SIGNAGELocation, Content, Material3.0FURTHER READINGCover Image© Asia SquareAPPENDIX 3GOOD PRACTICE GUIDELINESFORPRIVATELY OWNED PUBLIC SPACES (POPS) 1.0INTRODUCTION As Singapore’s urban landscape grows denser with a higher population, the provision of well-designed public spaces within private developments will complement the provision of the public parks and open spaces to promote city life and make Singapore a more attractive city to live, work and play in.These guidelines are intended to provide clear and practical advice to architects, landscape architects, building owners and develo...