Property news: CapitaLand’s Raffles City Chongqing draws over 900,000 visitors in weekend launch, Hmlet Targets Australia With Sydney Co-Living Tie-Up

CapitaLand’s Raffles City Chongqing draws over 900,000 visitors in weekend launch
Tenants include Penrose condo, GAP, Haidilao, CGV and Jiwu by Suning. CapitaLand’s Raffles City Chongqing in China drew over 900,000 visitors in its opening weekend. The 1.12 million sqm mall has achieved a 95% committed occupancy, where 40% comprises over 400 international and local brands that are new-to-market brands, flagships or new concepts

Private urban planners can help build a better S’pore: Minister
The Government will continue to lead urban planning efforts in Singapore to tackle issues like climate change, but it will need help from urban planners and other stakeholders in the private sector. The awards recognise planners, designers and related design consultancy firms for their work in both local and overseas projects. Urban planners are people who plan and design the use of space within urban areas.

Opportunities abound for Singapore-Philippines collaboration: Halimah Yacob
Singapore and the Philippines can collaborate in many areas, Singapore President Halimah Yacob said as she concluded on Sep 12 a 5-day state visit to the Philippines. Singapore and the Philippines can collaborate in human capital development, innovation and infrastructure, not just in the megacities but also in the provinces, she added.

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Singapore ranked 14th globally in terms of ‘idea intensity’: PwC survey
Singapore is the 14th most “idea intensive” country, according to PwC’s Global Economy Watch. South Korea, which topped the idea intensity index, saw 2,554 patents granted per million of population while the republic saw 543 patents granted per million population. The findings were based on PwC analysis of World Intellectual Property Organisation datasets regarding patents granted in 2017, with adjustments for population size.

Property Portfolio: UK Home Buyers Getting A 25% Discount
Bloomberg Daybreak Podcast – U.K. house buyers are paying 25% less than the average asking price, according to Benham Reeves director Marc von Grundherr. Speaking to Daybreak Europe’s Sandra Kilhof on Property Portfolio, he argued that U.K. property prices are heading for a new, lower normal.

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