Landed vs Strata Landed

In today’s article, we take a look at landed property specifications, what are the key differences between landed vs Strata landed property.

Landed Properties Specifications
Conversion Formula: m”to sq ft (x 10.76343)

Good Class Bungalow (GCB) 18.5m 30 1,400m²
Other Bungalow
(Detached / Bungalow)
10m Nil 400 m²
Semi-Detached House (including Corner Terrace I) 8m Nil 200 m²
Back-to-Back Semi-Detached House 10m Nil 200 m²
Terrace House I (Intermediate Units) 6m Nil 150 m²
Terrace House II
(Corner Units)
8m Nil 80 m²
Terrace House II (Intermediate Units) 6m Nil 80 m²

Swiss Club Road

39 Good Class Bungalow Area (GCBA)

Belmont Park Windsor Park White House Park
Bin Tong Park Victoria Park Kilburn Estate
Binjai Park Cornwall Gardens King Albert Park
Brizay Park Dalvey Estate Leedon Park
Bukit Sedap Eng Neo Ave Maryland Estate
Bukit Tunggal Ewart Park Nassim Road
Caldecott Hill Estate First / Third Ave Oei Tong Ham Park
Camden Park Ford Ave Queen Astrid Park
Chatsworth Park Forth / Sixth Ave Raffles Park
Chee Hoon Ave Gallop Road / Woollerton Park Rebecca Park
Chestnut Ave Garlick Ave Ridley Park
Cluny Hill Holland Park Ridout Park
Cluny Park Holland Rise

Landed vs strata landed

There are 58 Landed Housing Areas in Singapore , of which, there are 39 GCBA

These 58 landed housing areas have No Plot Ratio (in the Master Plan)

·       Landed Housing Areas cannot be converted to more intensive use (eg, cannot build apartments / flats)

·        Terrace Houses can only be built at Mixed Landed Area

Strata Bungalow, Strata Semi-D, Strata Terrace, Mixed Strata Housing

·        Having Facilities DOES NOT make it a Condominium

·        No condominium status (restricted to foreigners)

·        Max 40% Site Coverage (max 35% GCBA)

·        Min 60% uncovered area. Of which min 45% for Communal Open Space and at least 25% of the 45% for greenery

·        Management Corporation Strata Title (MCST) is formed to maintain the common areas (in short commonly known as MC)

Revised Guidelines for Strata Landed Housing Developments

(Wef 23 Aug 2014)

·        Max 40% Site Coverage outside of GCBA’s

·        Max 35% Site Coverage within GCBA’s

·        Min 45% of Land Area for Communal Open Space of which min 25% set aside for on-ground greenery