Let’s talk, SLA tells farmers

March 14, 2012 by  
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By Grace Chua, The Straits Times, 14 Mar 2012.

The group of residents who have been farming on a patch of state land in Clementi Avenue 4 may now get a little breathing room.

The Singapore Land Authority (SLA), which last week issued an eviction notice on the illegal vegetable garden, is now asking these farmers to come forward to discuss the issue.

If they fail to do this by March 20, their vegetable patches, the sheds and other structures there will be cleared.

An SLA spokesman said it has no choice but to do this, because public health and safety issues – from mosquitoes and air pollution from the burning of leaves on the site – have been raised.

So far, three families have identified themselves.

Meanwhile, Ms Sim Ann, the Holland-Bukit Timah GRC Member of Parliament overseeing the area, has offered to mediate.

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Source: The Straits Times

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One Response to “Let’s talk, SLA tells farmers”
  1. taimq says:

    I wish to apply a piece of land in Clementi Avenue 4 for my retirement, kindly let me know the procedure. Thank you

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