The Lee Kuan Yew World City Prize looks at the holistic transformation of the city over a period of at least 10 years, and emphasises on the creation of liveable, vibrant and sustainable urban communities within a quality built environment that incorporates the principles of sustainable development.
All submissions will be evaluated based on the following criteria:
||Leadership & Governance
||Demonstration of strong leadership and governance through vision, foresight, and commitment to achieve the objectives of the urban transformation.
||Creativity & Innovation
||Creativity and innovation in the overall master planning/master strategy and implementation approach, to establish new models and benchmarks.
||Good replicable practices and ideas that can be adopted for the benefit of other cities.
||Impact of Urban Initiatives Implemented
||How the urban initiatives implemented have effected positive changes to the urban environment, local communities, and the people in general.
||Sustainability of the Transformation
||Institutionalised processes to sustain the city’s urban transformation that will be unaffected by changes in the city’s leadership; buy-in from local communities to achieve the city’s vision.
||Integration of Plans
||Demonstration of successful integration or relation of plans at the regional/metropolitan level.