Bounded by Ridout Road, Pierce Road, Holland Road and Queensway, Ridout and Holland Park Conservation Area comprises of 27 good class bungalows designed in Art Deco, Victorian and Black and White architectural styles.
According to architect Julian Davison, the increased military presence in Singapore from the 1920s brought about by ongoing Japanese aggression, resulted in the expansion of existing facilities to accommodate an increasing number of British military personnel and their families domiciled on the island.
The colonial government bought large tracts of land from rubber estates in Ulu Pandan, Holland and Alexandra between 1900s and 1920s to construct bungalows and barracks as married quarters for officers and their families. As a result, Ridout and Holand Park became the earliest of the postwar military estates.
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