Date: 18 Apr 2017 ( Tuesday)

Venue : Singapore Professional Centre . Seminar Room.  Toa Payoh Central Community Building . Singapore 319194.  

Experienced planners without recognized urban planning degrees who wish to apply for admission as Full Members of the Singapore Institute of Planners must pass this Examination and satisfy other planning work experience criteria.

Examination content:

1) the Urban Planner Foundation Seminar and the Comparative Urban Planning Systems Workshop.

2)  Code of Ethics

3) Singapore Planning History in the reflections of the planning pioneers of Singapore. The essays are found in the SIP publication ACHIEVEMENTS AND THOUGHTS .  See below. 


Prerequisite :  Planners' Foundation Course

Registration Fee : $50 

Examination Fees

1) $600 for non-SIP members

2) $300 for SIP members

Registration starts :  7 Feb 2017 ( Tue)

Registration closes : 14 Mar 2017 (Tue)

Registration link :

Confirmation of registration upon payment of cheque to <Singapore Institute of Planners> .

As presented in SIP eNewsletter #13



“Achievements and Thoughts”, published by the Singapore Institute of Planners, is a book for urban planners, architects and all who are interested and actively involved in issues of urban growth, evolution of communities, place-making, and in search for real world applications of new planning concepts and models.

Featuring our design pioneers who have made significant contributions to the planning landscape of Singapore and other countries, the book highlights their innovative planning solutions, which are internationally recognised to be synonymous with the legacy of modern Singapore. The invaluable thoughts and views of the pioneer designers on urban planning and design not only help to raise awareness and interest in our planning fraternity, but also inspire us on how we can shape the world and transform our future with new ideas.

Complementing the feature of our pioneers is a compilation of projects by notable urban planners and designers. It showcases the achievements of these professionals and reflects the application of their Singapore experience in solving planning issues that are confronting many developing cities in Southeast Asia, South Asia, China, Africa and the Middle East today. These projects have won the 4th SIP Planning Awards 2015 for their comprehensive and unique solutions in addressing issues of intra-regional influences, social disparity, traffic congestion, incompatible landuses, and many problems arising from poor infrastructure planning. The projects are excellent case studies for methodologies and principles for addressing the challenges and opportunities of our urbanising world.

For a quick glimpse of what is in the book, click here (5MB download).

Price : $80 ( inclusive of $10 courier charges* )   

For self collection, book costs $70 per copy 

Bulk order :  Buy 5 get one free. Contact office . 

SIP members: $50 inclusive of $10 courier charges  (one copy per member at this price, and participants who have attended the Planners' Foundation Course . Once only) .  Self collection is $40 . 

Grab your copy of the book today!

* delivery by Speedpost  Standard. Delivery 1-2 days .