South East Community Development Council

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South East Community Development Council
South East CDC logo.jpg
Mohamad Maliki Osman
General Manager
Stanley Fong
CDC Districts of Singapore

The South East Community Development Council (abbreviation: SE CDC) is one of five Community Development Councils (CDCs) set up across the Republic of Singapore to aid in local administration of governmental policies and schemes. They are funded in part by the government although they are free to engage in fund-raising activities.

The South East Community Development Council (CDC) was set up on 24 November 2001. Spanning the scenic eastern Coast of Singapore, the South East District is home to more than 551,000 residents. The District includes some of the island’s most vibrant, historical and beautiful neighbourhoods, such as Geylang Serai, Joo Chiat, Bedok and Marine Parade.

The South East District comprises the Marine Parade Group Representative Constituency (GRC), East Coast GRC, Joo Chiat Single Member Constituency (SMC), MacPherson SMC and Potong Pasir SMC.

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Coordinates: 1°19′30″N 103°53′55″E / 1.32500°N 103.89861°E / 1.32500; 103.89861