Farm Land Sales

Land Sales Announcements

15 Sep 2020 - SFA has launched tenders for General Agriculture (Food) and Vegetable Farming. Details can be found here.

Land Sales Timeline

 

Tranche Date  Plots and farming type
First Tranche 17 Aug 2017

(Tender closed on 26 Oct 2017)

(Tender awarded on 9 Feb 2018)

12 plots for Vegetable Farming
Second Tranche 31 Oct 2017

(Tender closed on 9 Jan 2018)

(Tender awarded on 18 Apr 2018)

3 plots for Food Fish Farming
Third Tranche 14 Jun 2018

(Tender closed on 23 Aug 2018)

(Tender awarded on 18 Feb 2019)

3 plots for General Agriculture (Food) Farming.  Allowable uses are food crop (excluding leafy vegetables and beansprouts), seafood (excluding fin fish), cattle & dairy goat milk (only allowed on LCK 114C and LCK 114D) and frog farming.

2 plots for General Agriculture (Non-Food) Farming.  Allowable uses are ornamental fish, aquatic plant and bird breeding.

Fourth Tranche 26 Jun 2018

(Tender closed on 4 Sep 2018)

(Tender awarded on 21 Dec 2018)

2 plots for Quail Egg Farming

5 plots for Vegetable Farming

Fifth Tranche

19 Jun 2019 (Tender closed on 14 Aug 2019)

(Tender awarded on 26 Nov 2019 / 8 Jan 2020)

3 plots for General Agriculture (Food) Farming.  Allowable uses are food crop (excluding leafy vegetables and beansprouts), seafood (excluding fin fish), cattle & dairy goat milk, food frog, and quail egg (only allowed on LCK 114A) farming. (Tender awarded on 8 Jan 2020)

1 plot for Vegetable Farming (Tender awarded on 26 Nov 2019)

6 plots for Beansprout Farming (Tender awarded on 26 Nov 2019)

Sixth Tranche 15 Sep 2020 (Tender closing on 10 Nov 2020)

1 plot for General Agriculture (Food) Farming.  Allowable uses are food crop (excluding leafy vegetables and beansprouts), seafood (excluding fin fish), cattle & dairy goat milk, food frog, and quail egg

1 plot for Vegetable Farming

Land Allocation

The new farm land will be tendered using new land tender methods: a fixed price tender method (for vegetable, food fish, beansprouts and quail egg farming) or a concept and price tender method (for General Agriculture farming). Emphasis will be placed on the quality of proposals. This means that farmers will compete based on concepts, with a focus on productivity gains.

The following evaluation criteria will be used to assess the tender proposals:

  • Production capability (30%)
  • Production track record (30%)
  • Relevant experience & qualification (20%)
  • Innovation & sustainability (20%)

Enquiries

Contact us at Landsales@sfa.gov.sg.