B.1. Permission to carry out alterations/additions
B.1.1. A written approval from the Council must be obtained before any alterations/additions can be carried out, subject to the necessary approval from Building Control Department or any other relevant Government Body. Application form can be downloaded from the website.
B.1.2. The owner MUST pay a CHEQUE deposit of $1000 for residential units and $2000 for shop houses to MCST 431. This deposit will be refunded after the Management Corporation is satisfied that no damage has been done to the building and its surroundings. Damages, if any, will have to be made good by the applicant, failing which the Management Corporation will carry out the work and the cost will be deducted from the deposit. In the event of the deposit being insufficient to meet the Corporation’s claim, the applicant shall compensate and pay to the Corporation the difference between the said deposit and the amount so claimed by the Corporation.
B.1.3. The alternations/renovations may be carried out between:
B.1.3.1. 0900 hours and 1700 hours (Mondays to Fridays)
B.1.3.2. 0900 hours and 1300 hours (Saturdays)
B.1.3.3. No work should be carried out on Sundays and Public Holidays
B.1.4. Contractors will not be allowed to use the common taps and power supplies for alteration/addition purposes.
B.1.5. All building materials are to be properly stacked at places not obstructing the free passage way and fire exits. The Management Corporation reserves the right to remove the material so placed if they hinder the Corporation from carrying out its maintenance duties and charge the cost of such removal to the applicant.
B.1.6. The applicant shall ensure that the work is carried in a reasonable manner without annoying or inconveniencing other residents. In any case when the noise level exceeds the tolerance limit, the Management Corporation, in its absolute discretion, reserves the right to require that the work be discontinued.
B.1.7. All building materials, debris or unwanted heavy objects must not be disposed off via the rubbish chutes nor bin centres, nor should they be left at any part of the Common Areas. All debris are to be cleared/swept away every day by the contractor. Should the applicant’s contractor fail to do so, the Management Corporation will carry out the clearance and charge the cost to the applicant.
B.1.8. Balcony/Window Grill
B.1.8.1. Written approval must be obtained from the Council before any grill can be erected. As a guide, only metal/alloy BRONZE in colour (e.g. Amplimesh) can be used. Grills made of any other colours are not allowed.
B.1.8.2. Should your window grills be found rusty, please have them repainted or replaced in order to prevent damage to the exterior paintwork.
B.1.9.1. No external awnings may be erected unless written approvals have been obtained from the Council.
B.1.10. Television Antenna/SCV
B.1.10.1. No television antenna may be installed at the balcony or verandah or on the roof top or any part thereof on the property or any lot thereof or tamper with the existing TV wall sockets. The common cables belonging to the SCV should not be tampered with and if the Corporation finds any damage to it, the relevant contractor and applicant will be taken to task.
B.1.11. Air-Con Installation
B.1.11.1. The owner must pay a CHEQUE deposit of $500 to the MCST 431 for any proposed split or window air-con units installation. This deposit will be refunded after the Management Corporation is satisfied with the air-con trunking and the location of the air-con units. A detailed plan of the air-con trunking should be submitted to the Corporation for approval, prior to installation works. The rules on steel-bracket installation as required by Building Control Department must be exercised.
B.1.11.2. Residents whose air-cons/air-con trays are corroded or do not have a drainage pipe for the condensed water to drain off are requested to install one or change them in order not to damage the paint work of the building upon completion, as well as not to create any nuisance to the occupants below.
B.1.11.3. For your information, you must install a drainage pipe from your air-con to your own nearest gully trap. If you need the Management’s assistance to recommend a contractor to carry out the work, please contact the Manager.
B.1.12. Toilet Leakage/Hidden Pipe Leakage
B.1.12.1. Please carry out rectification to your toilets/piping leakage immediately should it be found leaking to the external wall as any damage caused to the paintwork would be repaired and borne by the affected owners.
B.2. Damage to Common Property
B.2.1. Residents should not permit their children or guests to deface the walls in any manner whatsoever (e.g. using the walls for ball playing etc.)
B.2.2. Residents should not damage the grass area, foot-paths, drains or any part of the property or any part thereof by the use of vehicles in the movement of goods by person or persons to or from the property or any part thereof. They are to make good any such aforesaid damage to the Council’s satisfaction.
B.2.3. Residents should not put any name, writing, signboard, plates or placard of any kind on or in any window on the exterior of the property or any lot thereof.
B.3.1. All goods being removed or delivered are to be properly stacked at places not obstructing the free passage and staircase and not in the car parks and driveways.
B.3.2. The Management Corporation reserves the right to remove the goods so placed if they hinder the Corporation from carrying out its maintenance duties and charge the cost of such removal to the unit Proprietor or occupier.
B.3.3. The Proprietor shall ensure that any moving work is carried out in a quiet manner without annoying or inconveniencing other residents. In any case, when the noise level exceeds the tolerance limits, the Management Corporation, in its absolute discretion, reserves the right to require that the work is discontinued.
B.3.4. Any damage caused to the common property during removal/delivery is to be made good by the Proprietor at his own cost. Alternatively, the Management Corporation/Manager shall make good the damage and charge all cost to incurred in doing so to the Proprietor concerned.
B.3.5. Proprietors shall ensure that the deliveryman will keep the common area clean and not leave behind unwanted furniture, boxes or articles at any place.
B.4.1. Only household pets may be kept by the residents. Livestock, poultry and other non-household pets shall not be allowed in the Condominium.
B.4.2. Household pets which are a nuisance or create disturbance should be removed upon notice given by the Manager.
B.4.3. Pet owners shall observe all the Government rules and such other rules as are set by the Management Corporation from time to time, failing which they shall be obliged to remove their pets from the Condominium upon notice given by the Manager.
B.4.4. Under no conditions are pets allowed in the common areas except when they are leashed and kept under restraint. Further, pets are STRICTLY not allowed in or about the recreational facilities. Proprietors who breach this rule will be given notice by the Manager to remove their pets from the Condominium.
B.4.5. Pet waste must be immediately and suitably disposed off by the Proprietors/Residents. Residents who failed to observe this rule will be reported to the relevant authority. Existing law in Singapore allows for maximum fine of $500 for this offence.
B.4.6. Pet owners shall be responsible for the cost of cleaning/repairing of common areas littered/damaged by their pets.
B.5.1. Residents should park their vehicles properly only in designated areas. Residents are responsible for ensuring that their guests do not park in the “no parking” areas.
B.5.2. The management reserves the right to stop residents without the car park labels from parking in the estate.
B.5.3. The carpark label is non-transferable and must be displayed prominently on the left-hand side of the vehicle’s windscreen for identification purpose. Any residents/occupants who have lost/misplaced the carpark label or have changed their vehicle’s registration number must report to the Management, Steadlink Asset Management Pte Ltd, immediately before any replacement can be issued. A copy of the vehicle registration book should be produced for verification.
B.5.4. The Management Council would review and prioritize awarding the car park space should the number of residents’ vehicles exceeded the number of carpark lots within the estate i.e. 95 lots.
B.5.5. For commercial unit vehicles who are leasing the property, a letter from the owner stating that the property is leased should be produced.
B.5.6. Car park application form for new label can be downloaded from this website.
B.6. Refuse/Unwanted Articles Disposal
B.6.1. Residents should not throw any rubbish, rags or other refuse or permit the same to be thrown into sinks, baths, lavatories, cisterns or water or soil pipe on the property or any lot thereof except in the rubbish chutes or receptacles provided for the purpose.
B.6.2. Residents should not throw rubbish into the rubbish chute without placing and securing it in suitable plastic bags in accordance with the public health regulations.
B.6.3. Residents should not throw large articles, boxes or other refuse or permit the same to be thrown into the rubbish chute which may cause chokage.
B.6.4. Any chokage so caused and the subsequent cost incurred for clearing the chokage will be borne by the offender.
B.6.5. Residents should not allow any person or persons to collect and/or remove any waste food, refuse or rubbish whatsoever on the property or any lot thereof but to deposit such waste food in the refuse bins provided on the property.
B.6.6. Large unwanted articles (e.g. old furniture etc) should not be disposed by the residents at the common areas. As a removal charge is levied by NEA, these items should be removed at your own expense, failing which the Management will dispose the items for you and all the dumping cost will be charged to the resident.
B.7. Nuisance, Noise & Smell
B.7.1. Residents should not use as fuel any substance or material which may give rise to smoke or fumes or obnoxious smells.
B.8. Change of Proprietorship/Tenant
B.8.1. The Management Corporation/Manager should be informed within ten (10) days of any change in the proprietorship of his/her housing unit or of any change of tenant. Tenant registration form can be downloaded from this website.
B.9.1. Residents should ensure that all guests or visitors do not create any disturbance whatsoever, or act boisterously at any time and cause inconvenience to fellow residents.
B.10. Potted Plants
B.10.1. Residents should ensure that no potted plants or any other objects are placed dangerously on the balcony railings where they can fall down and cause bodily harm to person or persons or proprietors below.
B.11.1. The practice of drying laundry via poles protruding beyond the units or causing unpleasant sight shall not be allowed.
B.12. Burning of Joss Papers
B.12.1. Below is a guide on how you can help keep your estate clean while performing your religious rites:
Use proper burners or bins with cover to burn your offerings
Use suitable container for candles to ensure that melted wax is contained in the rubbish bins provided.
Remove all unwanted articles and dispose them in the rubbish bins provided.
Encourage your neighbours to burn the proper way
Spare a thought for the next person who is using the burner, for your fellow resident and for the cleaner who is going to clean the area.
Ensure that the fire is extinguished before leaving the area.
Burn your offerings on the grass turf or the concrete pavements. The ashes will be blown all over the estate. The landscaping will be destroyed and pavements will bear unsightly burnt marks.
Burn your offerings in the flat or along the corridor. This could lead to a possible fire hazard.
Litter – leaving your unwanted articles behind results in an unsightly environment.
Forget to spare a thought for those around you. A little thought goes a long way.
B.13. Parking of Bicycles
B.13.1. A bicycle shed is provided within the estate located near the container office. All residents should park their bicycles at the rack provided with identification tag of the bicycle’s owner unit shown.
B.13.2. Any bicycle found park at the staircase or other common areas would be removed immediately without further warning notice.
B.14. Funeral Wake
B.14.1. All wakes are to be held at the State Land near the estate entrance.
B.14.2. Application forms are available at the guard house for processing and approval by SLA
B.14.3. The deceased should be residing within the estate.
B.14.4. Cleanliness must be maintained during the wake.
B.14.5. The mourners must minimise noise pollution
B.14.6. All wakes should have a generator for electricity supply and a portable toilet. No tapping of electricity supply from the estate is allowed.