Starting a Farm
Starting a farm
If you have identified new premises for the farming activities, you will first need to obtain an in-principle, no objection letter from us. This also applies for any new proposed activities related to animal farming in your existing leasehold, tenancy land, or other premises.
Before commitment to lease or purchase any newly identified premises, you need to seek necessary clearance from relevant agencies.
Seek an in-principle, no objection from us
Please email the following information to Ong_Ai_Khim@nparks.gov.sg or Yeo_Meng_Wah@nparks.gov.sg:
Seek approval and clearance from relevant agencies
Submit the application for change of use from URA if premise is not approved for intended farming activity.
If a land-based farm is to be set up, engage a qualified person (architect or professional engineer) to submit farm plans to us for clearance, and building plan approval to BCA using the Corenet e-submission system.
If an indoor farm is to be set up, engage a qualified person (architect or professional engineer) for your renovation works.
When the premises are ready for commercial production following completion of the above steps, please proceed to apply for a farm licence. We will conduct a site visit before issuance of the licence.