The Singapore-Sichuan Hi-Tech Innovation Park (SSCIP) is the first-ever, iconic integrated urban development project jointly invested by Singapore and Sichuan (China). Located in the South Park of Chengdu Hi-Tech Industrial Development Zone (CDHT), SSCIP is also a flagship project in the National-level New Area - “Tianfu New Area”. SSCIP is positioned to be a modern new town to serve innovation-driven enterprises, seamlessly integrating industry, ecology and culture elements. Tapping on the advanced industry development, master-planning & management experience in Singapore and the rich resources & strong industry capabilities in Chengdu, SSCIP enables international companies to enjoy the best of both worlds.
The construction began on 8 May 2012. All infrastructure is expected to be completed in 2020. SSCIP consists of 7 independent yet complementary clusters, including SSCIP Heartbeat, a central park which consists of greenery and public amenities. The expressways and artery roads are open to traffic. Global investment promotion is in progress, and a number of companies have already signed investment contracts to set up R&D centers, headquarters and commercial projects here.
SSCIP will set the benchmark for high-end industrial-cum-residential clusters in Western China where talents from around the world congregate and flourish.
* Area: 10.34 km2
* Transferable Land Ratio: 50%
* Residential Population: 120,000
* Working Population: 120,000-150,000
* Average Gross Plot Ratio: 1.4
* Total Building Area: Approximately 14,687,000 m2