Click each dot on map to view block information such as year built, number of floors, number of units breakdown by flat type, upgrading programmes, typical floor plans (except for “special model” blocks), chances to get SERS, etc.
HDB block color legend
Blue = Blocks built by SIT (1927-1960).
Pink = Blocks built originally without lifts stopping at every floor and kitchen refuse chute, first series (1960-1982).
Red = Blocks built originally without lifts stopping at every floor and kitchen refuse chute, second series (1981-1993).
Brown = Blocks with centralized refuse chute and lifts stopping at every floor (1992-1999).
Yellow = Blocks with household shelter (1998-2007), including SERS replacement blocks (1999-2006).
Green = Blocks with household shelter sold via BTO (2005-present), DBSS (2008-2015), SERS (2008-present).
Cyan = Blocks sold via BTO under MOP or under construction with estimated completion up to 2018.
White = Blocks sold via BTO under construction with estimated completion 2019 or later.
Gray = Blocks sold via DBSS, SERS, SBF, under MOP or under construction with completion date unknown.
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Drop-down boxes launched in July 2017, display year build, number of units, upgrading programmes, and few more info. A lot of crap is yet to be done.
Map service added in September 2017.
November 2017 – added floor plans for 1960s and 1970s blocks and SERS prediction.
September 2018 – added floor plans for 1980s, 1990s, 2000s up to BTO-era, and link to brochures for BTO blocks, counted number of floors and units per floor for about 90% of blocks.
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