Sentosa Development Corporation
|Sentosa Development Corporation|
Logo of the SDC
|Jurisdiction||Government of Singapore|
|Headquarters||33 Allanbrooke Road, Sentosa, Singapore 099981|
|Agency executives||Dr Loo Choon Yoong, Executive Chairman
Mike Barclay, Chief Executive Officer
|Parent agency||Ministry of Trade and Industry (Singapore)|
Sentosa Development Corporation (Abbreviation: SDC; Chinese: 圣淘沙发展局; Malay: Perbadanan Pembangunan Pulau Sentosa) is a statutory board in Singapore, under the purview of the Ministry of Trade and Industry.
The Sentosa Development Corporation was formed on 1 September 1972. Its main task is to oversee the development, management and promotion of the island resort, Sentosa Island.
The 'Sentosa Development Corporation' also oversees the maintenance of nine other offshore islands south of Singapore. All ten include:
- Sentosa Island
- Saint John's Island,
- Sisters' Islands,
- Pulau Hantu,
- Pulau Biola,
- Pulau Jong,
- Lazarus Island,
- Kusu Island,
- Pulau Seringat,
- Pulau Tekukor.
SDC owns several subsidiaries. The Sentosa Leisure Management oversees the operations of Sentosa, while the Sentosa Cove oversees the development and management of Sentosa Cove, a marina resort and residential project.
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