Highlights of the Year
  CDL ranked as one of the Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in the World for the second consecutive year.

  CDL recorded the highest pre-tax profit surpassing $1 billion and a profit after tax and non-controlling interests of $749.0* million for the full year ended 31 December 2010.
  The sale of The Corporate Office for $215.0 million was completed.
* This figure has been restated to $784.0 million in 2011 to take into account the retrospective adjustments arising from the adoption of INT FRS 115 – Agreements for Construction of Real Estate.

  The nature-inspired 521-unit H2O Residences, nestled in the heart of Sengkang New Town, was launched with positive response. A total of 150 apartments out of the 200 units released were sold over the private preview weekend.
  Through its wholly-owned subsidiaries, Novel Developments Pte. Ltd. and New Vista Realty Pte. Ltd, CDL was successful in its bid of $127.76 million for a 4,518.1 square metre hotel site at Robertson Quay.
  A joint venture entity between CDL and TID Pte. Ltd. won the bid for a 17,589.8 square metre Executive Condominium (EC) site at Choa Chu Kang Drive, with a tender price of $170.1 million.
  A consortium comprising CDL, Hong Leong Holdings Limited and TID Pte. Ltd. emerged top bidder for a 22,094.4 square metre 99-year leasehold residential site at Bartley Road/Lorong How Sun for $413.27 million.
  One Shenton received its Temporary Occupation Permit (TOP).
True to its name, residents of H2O Residences can delight in an array of water-themed recreational facilities.
Well-located in the existing and new Central Business
District, One Shenton offers trendy city-living with chic
designer fittings.

  The second annual CDL E-Generation Challenge 2011, a national eco-themed rally, was held with increased participation of 280 youths (compared to 260 in 2010).
  Shelford Suites, Cliveden at Grange and The Residences at W Singapore Sentosa Cove received their TOPs.
  The Grand Millennium Beijing bagged top honours at the annual TTG Awards, beating over a hundred other hotels to be named 2010’s “Best Business Hotel in Beijing”.
  Hedges Park, a 501-unit condominium located at Flora Drive off Changi, was launched. It was well-received with 343 units sold to-date.

  CDL was conferred the inaugural Green Mark Platinum Champion Award by the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) at the BCA Awards 2011. In addition, CDL received 33 Awards for its developments.
  7 & 9 Tampines Grande emerged the winner in the Sustainable Development category at the FIABCI Prix d’Excellence Awards 2011 while City Square Mall, Singapore’s first eco-mall, was named runner-up in the Retail category. The mall also received the FuturArc Green Leadership Award 2011 for Commercial Architecture.
  CDL was named one of the winners of Singapore’s BCI Asia Top 10 Developers Award 2011
  CDL Hospitality Trusts acquired the Group’s newest Singapore hotel property, Studio M Hotel for $154 million. The sale was completed in May 2011.
  Mr Kwek Leng Joo, Managing Director of CDL, receiving the BCA Green Mark Platinum Champion Award from Mr Mah Bow Tan, former Minister for National Development.

  Buckley Classique, an exclusive 64-unit freehold luxury condominium along Buckley Road was unveiled at a private weekend preview whereby about 70% of the units launched were sold.
  CDL was the first Singapore company to address and align ISO 26000:2010 Guidance on Social Responsibility framework in its Sustainability Report 2011, titled “Evolve”.

  Blossom Residences, a 602-unit EC located within the Bukit Panjang locale was launched. It was met with enthusiastic response with 150 units sold on the first day of launch to eligible buyers.
  CDL China Limited, the Group’s wholly-owned subsidiary, acquired its second development site in Suzhou, China for RMB886.0 million.
  CDL was conferred the distinguished Developer Award by the Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) Council for the fifth year at the Annual WSH Awards. In addition, five of its project sites were accorded the WSH SHARP (Safety and Health Award Recognition for Projects) award.
  Livia received its TOP.

  CDL presented its annual 5-Star Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) Excellence Awards to its builders with the inauguration of the CDL Productivity Excellence Award, signaling CDL’s focus towards promoting higher productivity at its worksites.
  CDL and Hong Realty (Private) Limited (a subsidiary of the Hong Leong Group) successfully bid $105.0 million for a 28,401.5 square metre 99-year leasehold landed housing site located at Serangoon Garden Way, under their wholly-owned subsidiaries, Sunmaster Holdings Pte. Ltd. and Garden Estates (Pte) Limited respectively.
  CDL Hotels (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Millennium & Copthorne Hotels plc (M&C), completed a sale of a land parcel measuring 29,127 square feet adjacent to the Grand Millennium Kuala Lumpur, for an aggregate amount of RM215.1 million.
  At the Singapore Human Resources Institute Awards, CDL garnered two accolades: Leading HR Practices in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Award and Leading HR Practices in Quality Work-Life, Physical & Mental Well-Being Award.

  City Square Mall emerged as the first runner up (in the New and Existing category) for Energy Efficiency and Conservation Best Practices Competition for Energy Efficient Buildings, at the ASEAN Energy Awards 2011.
  CDL was selected as an index component on the Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes (DJSI World and DJSI Asia Pacific). It is the only Singapore developer to be listed on both FTSE4Good Index Series (since 2002) and Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes.
  In the Asian Sustainability RatingTM 2011, CDL was the highest ranked company in Singapore and emerged first in the real estate sector amongst 62 companies from ten countries.
  The Distinguished Patron of the Arts Award was presented to CDL by the National Arts Council for its sustained, outstanding contributions to the promotion and development of the arts.
  M&C and CDL acquired a prime land site in Ginza, Tokyo with plans to build a 325-room deluxe hotel. This will be M&C’s first hotel in Japan.
  In collaboration with the Singapore Compact for CSR, CDL launched the inaugural Young CSR Leaders Award. The Award aims to promote thought leadership amongst the youths and foster greater awareness of embracing CSR principles into a company’s operations. A total of 27 teams (143 participants) took part, out of which 10 teams were shortlisted. The teams were provided with practical attachments at supporting SMEs with mentorships from CSR consultants. The top three winning teams walked away with cash prizes and a deeper knowledge of CSR.
  City Square Mall – Singapore’s first eco-mall – was honoured at both the FIABCI Prix d’Excellence Awards and the ASEAN Energy Awards in 2011.

  11 Tampines Concourse, the first CarbonNeutral® development in Singapore and Asia Pacific, emerged the winner in the Sustainable Development category in the Inaugural Singapore Property Awards introduced by FIABCI Singapore.

  The Palette, located within walking distance of Pasir Ris MRT station, was launched. 200 out of the 300 units released were sold during its weekend preview, with four out of a total of ten penthouses available for sale, snapped up.
  CDL was conferred the ASEAN Business Award 2011 for the “Most Admired ASEAN Enterprises” in CSR under the Large Company category.

  The Millennium Plaza Hotel Dubai was unveiled. The 413-room hotel is strategically located along one of Dubai’s major roads, offering fine luxury at the heart of the Central Business District.
  CDL, together with Hong Leong Holdings Limited and Hong Realty (Private) Limited, was the highest bidder for a 99-year leasehold 9,952.6 square metre residential land parcel located at Alexandra Road at a tender price of $396.0 million.