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Public Consultation on the Draft Nomination Dossier for Singapore's Bid to List Singapore Botanic Gardens as a UNESCO World Heritage Site
In June 2012, Singapore ratified the World Heritage Convention and in December 2012, submitted its World Heritage Tentative List to UNESCO to indicate interest in inscribing the Singapore Botanic Gardens as a World Heritage Site.
Please click here for an overview of the World Heritage Site Inscription Process and Singapore's Selection Process.
Over the last few months, the Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth, National Heritage Board and National Parks Board have been working in consultation with members of heritage and environment groups as well as members of the landscape industry whose comments and feedback have helped to inform and shape the contents of the Nomination Dossier (comprising the Nomination Document and Site Management Plan).
On 11 September 2013, we launched the first phase of a public consultation process to seek your views on the Draft Nomination Document. We have just launched the second phase of the public consultation on the Site Management Plan. We are seeking your views to help strengthen the Draft Site Management Plan. After the consultation process, we will collate the responses that we have received and, where applicable, use them to enhance the contents of the Nomination Dossier, which will be submitted to UNESCO by 1 February 2014.
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