SAFRA to spend more than S$50m to redevelop and strengthen its relevance
SAFRA will spend more than 50 million dollars over the next few years in a bid to redevelop and strengthen its relevance.
The move is also to keep up with the changing lifestyles and interests of NSmen.
Defence Minister, Dr Ng Eng Hen, said this at the 12th SAFRA Awards this evening.
As a start, the Association will add two more clubs to its current five.
The first club, due to begin operations in 2013, will be a six-storey multi-entertainment centre in the town area for NSmen aged 18 to 35.
It will be located at the former SAFRA Town Club building, which closed last year.
The second will cater to NSmen and their families, and will be located in Punggol.
The club, to be built on a one-hectare plot of land, will have family lifestyle resort features.
The club is expected to cost some 50 million dollars, and will be completed in 2015.
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