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At first, HDB blocks did not have void decks in the 1960s. The Housing and Development Board changed the design of the blocks and made the first level free of flats for activities such as light industrial workshops. However, the term "void deck" was not mentioned in HDB's annual reports until 1977-1978. Precinct pavilions are added to newer void decks.
Artists need to ask relevant authourities for permission before displaying their works as the space is not theirs.
Void decks now
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