In April 2012, a meeting was held with the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (MUIS), that elaborated on the urgent need for redevelopment. It was also emphasised that small scale upgrading cannot meet the constraint the mosque currently has to put up with.
In 2014, the mosque received approval for its redevelopment and fund raising began internally among the regular congregants, surrounding businesses and family members.
The mosque will be demolished and rebuilt in 2017 and the projected cost is S$6.5 million. The estimated construction period is 18 months and it is expected to be completed by early 2019. Upon completion, the new four storey mosque will increase its capacity threefold. Henceforth, ensuring all our congregants are able to comfortably worship within three levels of prayer space.
The redevelopment of the mosque still requires significant donations to meet its target.
We sincerely appeal to you to join us in our efforts to rebuild this iconic and historical mosque and together, invest in our Siraat-ul-Jannah.