Our Tampines Hub

Address: 1 Tampines Walk, Singapore 528523

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Our Tampines Hub

Our Tampines Hub is a lifestyle and integrated community building located on the former grounds of Tampines Stadium and Sports Hall. The project is part of the Tampines Regional Centre. Here, you will find a variety of facilities and amenities for the whole family. This community development is set to be a major catalyst for the economic growth of the surrounding area. With a mix of retail, entertainment, office and residential spaces, Our Tampines Hub is the ultimate community destination for families.

Integrated community and lifestyle town hub

The new Integrated Community and Lifestyle Town Hub in Tampines will open in the coming two months. The hub will house over thirty integrated facilities to meet the lifestyle needs of the town’s 220,000 residents. This town centre also brings together ten other government agencies to serve as a one-stop service centre. With the new community hub, residents can get more out of life and explore its many offerings.

The OTH is a collaborative effort, with various agencies and grassroot organisations working hand-in-hand to realise the project. The community was involved in the whole planning process, from the name to the design of the hub. The main hub, which is named Town Square, will feature a 5,000-seat stadium for football and rugby matches. The hub is also home to numerous public screenings and events.

People-centric design

The multifunctional and people-centric design of the Our Tampines Hub will enable it to seamlessly integrate the many functions of a city, with emphasis on collaboration and shared spaces. It will feature a public library, swimming complex, food mall, sports and leisure facilities, and a 5,000-seat FIFA-endorsed football stadium. The ground floor of the project will be highly porous, with elevated streetscapes that will provide a sense of interest and connectivity for the community.

Located in a township, Our Tampines Hub integrates residential developments with public spaces and facilities. There are covered walkways, bicycle parking provisions, and a one-stop Public Service Centre where residents can engage the services of seven government agencies. The design concept will benefit both residents and businesses in the neighbourhood. In addition to the community center, the Hub will also feature a public library and arts venue that will promote learning and creativity.

Sustainable design

The sustainable design of the Our Tampines Hub combines social, economic and environmental aspects. In addition to the existing social infrastructure, the hub incorporates a waste treatment plant, the Eco-Digester, that converts food waste into non-potable water, organic fertilisers and liquid plant nutrients. Solar energy is also used for lighting in the basement car park. Deputy director of marketing and communications Veronica Yong explained that solar panels can provide up to 5% of the energy needed for the building’s lighting.

DP Architects’ sustainable design philosophy was evident throughout the development process. The project is a landmark for its participatory design process, which aims to create multiple layers of pleasant spaces inside and outside the building. The main pedestrian thoroughfare, the East-West Spine, incorporates shade-tolerant plant species, including Ficus sp. and palm species, to create a lush environment for seating. The central plaza features a musical fountain and is complemented by a greenery.

Food waste management

The multi-functional Our Tampines Hub (OTH) is a mixed-use development in Singapore that offers integrated government and community services. It features a 24-hour supermarket, hawker centre and 30-eatery complex. Food waste generated from these facilities amounts to around 1.4 tonnes per day. The centre also recycles waste food into fertiliser and non-potable water. By educating its tenants, OTH aims to reduce food waste and promote environmental awareness.

The food waste generated by our businesses is often discarded, but the NEA is converting it into useful products. The NEA recently conducted a pilot project in Tampines West, where it collected segregated food waste from coffee shops and other food establishments. This was then sent to a food waste digestion plant at the Our Tampines Hub, where it was treated and transformed into compost. To reduce food waste, we should also do our part. The NEA runs a food waste reduction campaign, and there is a handy guide available online to help you reduce food waste.

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