The old Supreme Court Building which sits alongside the Old City Hall on Saint Andrew’s Road is the masterpiece of architect Frank Warrington Ward and Singapore’s last neo-classical building.
The Supreme Court
The Supreme Court of Singapore constitutes the High Court and the Court of Appeal.
Stamford Road 1961 to 1984
In 1961, the CPIB was given its own office at Stamford Road, which continued to be CPIB’s headquarters for the following 23 years.
Hill Street 1984 to 1998
Located right next to the Central Fire Station, the Hill Street premises used to be the Worker’s Party office of J.
National Museum of Singapore
With its wide façade and large dome, the National Museum of Singapore has been a prominent landmark on Stamford Road for over a century.
Cantonment Road 1998 to 2004
The CPIB’s fourth office at Cantonment Road used to be Keppel Primary School which was due to close down and repossessed by the Land Office at a time when the CPIB was told that they had to move out of the office building at Hill Street.
Lengkok Bahru 2004 to Present
The CPIB made the shift to its current premises at Lengkok Bahru in 2004.
The Graftbusters’ Trail encompasses 7 sites that connect the past, present and future of Singapore’s anti-corruption experience. The sites include well-known Singapore landmarks as well as former sites of CPIB’s office that had witnessed the development and establishment of key legislative and operational measures in the fight against corruption.