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House Rules

These house rules are specially prepared to assist you in the moving-in process and setting up your home in the condominium. Do find the time to read them and if you still have questions which are not answered, please feel free to approach the Management Staff. We are only too pleased to assist you in any way possible.

Some residents may disagree with certain House Rules, but it should be appreciated that the House Rules are formulated for the common good. However, to meet the changes in the owner’s requirements, the House Rules can be revised as necessary at any Annual General Meeting, if such changes have a majority support and provided they meet the requirements of the Land Titles (Strata) Act.

Your co-operation in observing the rules and regulations set in the following pages will help to make the estate a more congenial place to live. The House Rules have a legally binding effect on all owners, residents and visitors.

The specific house rules for Varsity Park can be downloaded from the document section of the portal available here. Only registered users are able to download the house rules. To register and request and account please click on the register link at the top of the page (or available here). Once approved by management you will then have access to the restricted areas of the portal.

House Rules

General Definitions

In respect of the House Rules and By-laws set out hereafter, the words:

  1. "Common Property" shall have the same meaning as the term "Common Property" as defined in Section 2 of the Building Maintenance and Strata Management Act.
  2. "Condominium" shall have the same ascribed meaning as "Estate" herein.
  3. "Estate" means the estate of Varsity Park including all common property and units comprised therein.
  4. "Guests" means any person who is in the estate at the invitation of the Resident.
  5. "House Moving" includes the moving and transportation of furniture, furnishing, fittings, appliances, equipment and other possessions to and from the Unit.
  6. "Unit" means a housing unit in a sub-divided building.
  7. "Management" means the Management Corporation and includes any person and/or agent appointed to manage the Condominium.
  8. "Residents" means the persons residing in Varsity Park.
  9. "Renovation Works" include alterations, additions, maintenance, repairs, extensions and similar work as set out in the Addition & Alteration Guidelines.
  10. "Subsidiary Proprietor(s)" means the person or persons holding legal titles to a Unit in Varsity Park.

Variations

The Management reserves the right and at its sole and absolute discretion, to change any rules and regulations contained within this Resident's Handbook without any prior notice.

House Rules on Tenants and Sub-Letting

House Rules on Tenants and Sub-Letting (approved by council on 11 Dec 2017)

  1. All rental and sub-lease of property must be registered with the MCST (using the prescribed declaration form)

  2. Any rental and sub-lease of property must be compliant with all prevailing government regulations.

  3. The names and particulars of all occupiers must be registered with the MCST. Furthermore, the names and particulars of all occupiers must be captured any time there are changes

Online Facilities Booking

This feature allows you to book the Function Room, Tennis Courts, KTV Room and Barbeque Pits from the Condominium Portal. You can check for the availability of facilities based on dates requested by you.

Getting Started

You will receive your user ID and password to login to the Condominium Portal.

To begin, you will need to have an Internet connection.

Direct your computer's Web browser to http://www.varsityparkcondo.info and enter the User ID and password that you received.

Safeguarding Your Internet Access

Here are some pointers for you to ensure that your online security and accounts are not compromised. Please read through them to learn how best to protect your account from intrusion when using the Condominium Portal.

  1. Before entering your User ID and password, you should always ensure that the website you are visiting belongs to CapitaLand Residential and Varsity Park. The URL displayed on the web page can verify this. It is important to protect yourself against any forms of online theft of your User ID and password. Each valid User ID and password identifies you uniquely as a Resident of Varsity Park. It is recommended that you change your password regularly.
  2. It is important to log out each time you have finished using the Condominium Portal, even if you are away from the PC for a short while. This will prevent any transactions from being performed without your authorization.
  3. You are encouraged not to save your User ID and password by using the "Auto Complete" function of your browser. This function stores and lists possible matches from entries that you have typed previously.
  4. You are encouraged to delete junk or spam emails. Do not open email attachments from strangers.
  5. It is advised that you do not conduct your Condominium Portal transactions on shared or public PCs as this will increase your risk exposure to malicious programs or viruses.
  6. You should clear your browser's cache and history after each session so that your account information is removed.

You should also exercise precaution against viruses or other programs such as Trojan Horse programs.

Use of Recreational Facilities

Function Room

  1. The Function Room is open daily from 10.00am to 10.00pm.
  2. Booking can be made for following sessions:
    Session Hours
    Session I 10.00 a.m. - 4.00 p.m.
    Session II 5.00pm - 10.00pm
    The Management Council is empowered to review and vary the booking time slots from time to time as it deems fit to meet the changing demands and needs of the subsidiary proprietors and occupiers in the use of the recreational facilities within the opening hours.
  3. Bookings shall be made through the Condominium Portal at: www.varsityparkcondo.info. In this case, the payment of the Facility Usage Fee of S$20.00 (non-refundable) and the Security Deposit of S$50.00 (refundable) shall be made at the Management Office. Payment must be made within the payment due date indicated during the booking process, otherwise your booking will be automatically cancelled. Once your booking is cancelled, the session will be released to the Residents on the Waiting List.
  4. The Security Deposit will be refunded, free-of-interest, within one (1) week after the booked session on the condition that the Function Room is handed over in a clean and satisfactory condition as determined by the Management. The cost of repairs and additional charges, if any, will be deducted from the Security Deposit and the balance amount will be refunded free-of-interest to the Residents within one (1) week upon the final determination of such deductions. However, if the cost of repairs and additional charges exceed the Security Deposit, the Residents will have to pay the difference. Residents who fail to make such payment or settlement may be barred from other bookings of the Condominium recreational facilities.
  5. If the Security Deposit is not collected from the Management within 1 week after the completion of the function, a cheque for the Security Deposit amount will be refunded to the Resident by mail.
  6. Advance booking can be made by Residents for up to a maximum of one (1) month on a first-come-first-serve basis.
  7. Each Unit is entitled to book one (1) session per calendar month subject to availability of the Function Room.
  8. Any cancellation of booking shall be made known to the Management Office or through the Condominium Portal (www.varsityparkcondo.info) at least one (1) week before the date booked, failing which, the Management reserves the right and at its sole discretion to forfeit the Facility Usage Fee.
  9. For crowd management purpose, the maximum number of Guests at any one time is limited to thirty (30) and the Residents at any one time is limited to thirty (30) and the Residents shall ensure that their Guests observe the House Rules and By-laws contained herein.
  10. The Function Room is to be used solely for its intended purpose(s), such as meetings, birthday parties or any social gatherings. Political, religious, racial and gambling activities are strictly prohibited. Commercial activities may be allowed subject t-o prior written approval from, and at the absolute discretion of the Management.
  11. Prior written approval from the Management is required if the Residents wish to bring in live band, mobile disco, or any other form of audio/video equipment into the Function Room. The approval shall be at the absolute discretion of the Management and if approved, may be subject to such conditions as the Management deems appropriate. The Residents shall ensure that noise level emanating from the Function Room be maintained at a reasonable level.
  12. Simple decorations (such as hanging of balloons, banners, ribbons, etc.) are allowed but care must be exercised not to damage the furniture and furnishings, paintwork on walls and ceiling boards of the Function Room. All decorations must be removed immediately after the session.
  13. All equipment, furniture and/or approved items brought into the Function Room by the Residents must be removed immediately after the session or within 24 hours thereof provided that no booking has been made on the next session/day. The Management reserves the right to remove any or all such items after the period stipulated hereof, and the Management shall be entitled to charge the costs, if any, of such removal to the Residents. The Management shall not be liable for any such removal.
  14. No cooking of any kind is allowed.
  15. No pets are allowed in the Function Room.
  16. The Residents shall maintain the general cleanliness of the Function Room. All waste or other refuse must be disposed into the bins provided in the common area.
  17. The Management reserves the right to use the above facility for official matters.
  18. Subsidiary proprietor's request for additional activities to be conducted for Varsity Park residents at the Function Room must require a consensus from the general body at a general meeting to grant conditional approval on a case-by-case basis based on the terms and conditions to be agreed upon by the general body.
  19. The Management reserves the right to forfeit or deduct part of the Security Deposit if any of the rules stated herein are violated.
  20. The Management, in its absolute discretion, reserves the right to reject any application and revoke any approval granted. The Management shall not be liable for any losses, damages or expenses incurred arising from the rejection of the application of revocation of the approval.
  21. The Management shall not be liable for any mishap, injury or loss sustained by the Residents and their Guests, however caused, arising from the use of this facility.
  22. The regular use of the Function Room for group activities by Residents is allowed but subject to the following conditions:
    a) The groups shall be made up entirely of Varsity Park Residents.
    b) The slot shall be allocated on the understanding that if there is a booking for that room through the main VP booking system at that time, that booking shall take precedence and the weekly group booking forfeits their right to that facility.
    c) The groups shall solely be conducting activities that do not create a mess or involve food (e.g. Yoga, Tachi, Pilates et cetera).
    d) There shall be a deposit held for the ongoing weekly use of the room.
    e) Payment of $5 per hour of use is to be made at the Management Office each week or monthly in advance (to cover cost of air-conditioning etc.)

Barbeque Pits

  1. The Barbeque Pits are open daily from 10.00am to 10.00pm.
  2. There are four (4) Barbeque Pits which are open for daily booking for the following sessions:
    Session Hours
    Session I 10.00 a.m. - 4.00 p.m.
    Session II 5.00pm - 10.00pm

    The Management Council is empowered to review and vary the booking time slots from time to time as it deems fit to meet the changing demands and needs of the subsidiary proprietors and occupiers in the use of the recreational facilities within the opening hours.
  3. Bookings shall be made through the Condominium Portal at: www.varsityparkcondo.info . In this case, the payment of the Facility Usage Fee of S$10.00 (non-refundable) and the Security Deposit of S$50.00 (refundable) shall be made at the Management Office. Payment must be made within the payment due date indicated during the booking process, otherwise your booking will be automatically cancelled. Once your booking is cancelled, the session will be released to the Residents on the Waiting List.
  4. The Security Deposit will be refunded, free-of-interest, within one (1) week after the booked session on the condition that the Barbeque Pit is handed over in a clean and satisfactory condition as determined by the Management. The cost of repairs and additional charges, if any, will be deducted from the Security Deposit and the balance amount will be refunded free-of-interest to the Residents within one (1) week upon the final determination of such deductions. However, if the cost of repairs and additional charges exceed the Security Deposit, the Residents will have to pay the difference. Residents who fail to make such payment or settlement may be barred from other bookings of the Condominium recreational facilities.
  5. If the Security Deposit is not collected from the Management within 1 week after the completion of the function, a cheque for the Security Deposit amount will be refunded to the Resident by mail.
  6. Advance booking can be made by Residents for up to a maximum of one (1) month on a first-come-first-serve basis.
  7. Each Unit is entitled to book one (1) session per calendar month subject to availability of the Barbeque Pits.
  8. Unless due to inclement weather, any cancellation of booking shall be made known to the Management Office or through the Condominium Portal (www.varsityparkcondo.info) at least one (1) week before the date booked, failing which, the Management reserves the right and at its sole discretion to forfeit the Facility Usage Fee.
  9. For crowd management purpose, the maximum number of Guests at any one time is limited to ten (10) and Residents shall ensure that their Guests observe the House Rules and By-laws contained herein.
  10. Highly flammable objects and materials such as gas cylinder, liquefied fuel and portable barbeque burners are not permitted at the barbeque area.
  11. Prior written approval from the Management is required if the Residents wish to bring in live band, mobile disco, or any other form of audio/video equipmentto the Barbeque Pits. The approval shall be at the absolute discretion of the Management and if approved, may be subject to such conditions as the Management deems appropriate. The Residents shall ensure that noise level emanating from the barbeque area is maintained at a reasonable level.
  12. Simple decorations (such as hanging of balloons, banners, ribbons, etc) are allowed but care must be exercised not to damage the structure and paintworks. All decorations must be removed immediately after the session.
  13. All equipment, furniture and/or approved items brought to the Barbeque area by the Residents must be removed immediately after the session or within 24 hours thereof provided that no booking has been made on the next session/day. The Management reserves the right to remove any or all such items after the period stipulated hereof, and the Management shall be entitled to charge the costs, if any, of such removal to the Residents. The Management shall not be liable for any such removal.
  14. All unwanted items, leftover food, litter, etc. must be disposed properly into the litter bins provided.
  15. The Management reserves the right to forfeit or deduct part of the Security Deposit if any of the rules stated herein are violated.
  16. The Management, in its absolute discretion, reserves the right to reject any application and revoke any approval granted. The Management shall not be liable for any losses, damages or expenses incurred arising from the rejection of the application or revocation of the approval.
  17. The Management shall not be liable for any mishap, injury or loss sustained by the Residents and their Guests, however caused, arising from the use of this facility.

KTV Room

  1. The KTV Room is open for daily from 10.00am to 10.00pm.
  2. Booking can be made for the following sessions:
    Session Hours
    Session I 10.00 a.m. - 4.00 p.m.
    Session II 5.00pm - 10.00pm

    The Management Council is empowered to review and vary the booking time slots from time to time as it deems fit to meet the changing demands and needs of the subsidiary proprietors and occupiers in the use of the recreational facilities within the opening hours.
  3. Bookings shall be made through the Condominium Portal at: varsityparkcondo.info. In this case, the payment of the Facility Usage Fee of S$20.00 (non-refundable) and the Security Deposit of S$50.00 (refundable) shall be made at the Management Office. Payment must be made within the payment due date indicated during the booking process, otherwise your booking will be automatically cancelled. Once your booking is cancelled, the session will be released to the Residents on the Waiting List.
  4. The Security Deposit will be refunded, free-of-interest, within one (1) week after the booked session on the condition that the KTV Room is handed over in a clean and satisfactory condition as determined by the Management. The cost of repairs and additional charges, if any, will be deducted from the Security Deposit and the balance amount will be refunded free-of-interest to the Residents within one (1) week upon the final determination of such deductions. However, if the cost of repairs and additional charges exceed the Security Deposit, the Residents will have to pay the difference. Residents who fail to make such payment or settlement may be barred from other bookings of the Condominium recreational facilities.
  5. If the Security Deposit is not collected from the Management within 1 week after the completion of the function, a cheque for the Security Deposit amount will be refunded to the Resident by mail.
  6. Advance booking can be made by Residents for up to a maximum of one (1) month on a first-come-first-serve basis.
  7. Each unit is entitled to book one (1) session per calendar month subject to availability of the KTV Room.
  8. Any cancellation of booking shall be made known to the Management Office or through the Condominium Portal (www.varsityparkcondo.info) at least one (1) week before the date booked, failing which, the Management reserves the right and at its sole discretion to forfeit the Facility Usage Fee.
  9. For crowd management purposes, the maximum number of Guests at any one time is limited to twenty (20) and the Residents shall ensure that their Guests observe the House Rules and By-laws contained herein.
  10. The KTV Room is to be used solely for its intended purpose(s), such as meetings, birthday parties or any social gatherings. Political, religious, racial and gambling activities are strictly prohibited. Commercial activities may be allowed subject to prior written approval from, and at the absolute discretion of the Management.
  11. Prior written approval from the Management is required if the Residents wish to bring in live band, mobile disco, or any other form of audio/video equipment into the KTV Room. The approval shall be at the absolute discretion of the Management and if approved, may be subject to such conditions as the Management deems appropriate. The Residents shall ensure that noise level emanating from the KTV Room be maintained at a reasonable level.
  12. Simple decorations (such as hanging of balloons, banners, ribbons, etc.) are allowed but care must be exercised not to damage the furniture and furnishings, paintwork on walls and ceiling boards of the KTV Room. All decorations must be removed immediately after the session.
  13. All equipment, furniture and/or approved items brought into the KTV Room by the Residents must be removed immediately after the session or within 24 hours thereof provided that no booking has been made on the next session/day. The Management reserves the right to remove any or all such items after the period stipulated hereof, and the Management shall be entitled to charge the costs, if any, of such removal to the Residents. The Management shall not be liable for any such removal.
  14. No cooking of any kind is allowed.
  15. No pets are allowed in the KTV Room.
  16. The Residents shall maintain the general cleanliness of the KTV Room. All waste or other refuse must be disposed into the bins provided in the common area.
  17. The Management reserves the right to use the above facility for official matters.
  18. 18. Subsidiary proprietor's request for additional activities to be conducted for Varsity Park residents at the Function Room must require a consensus from the general body at a general meeting to grant conditional approval on a case-by-case basis based on the terms and conditions to be agreed upon by the general body.
  19. The Management reserves the right to forfeit or deduct part of the Security Deposit if any of the rules stated herein are violated.
  20. The Management, in its absolute discretion, reserves the right to reject any application and revoke any approval granted. The Management shall not be liable for any losses, damages or expenses incurred arising from the rejection of the application of revocation of the approval.
  21. The Management shall not be liable for any mishap, injury or loss sustained by the Residents and their Guests, however caused, arising from the use of this facility.
  22. The regular use of the KTV Room for group activities by Residents is allowed but subject to the following conditions:
    f) The groups shall be made up entirely of Varsity Park Residents.
    g) The slot shall be allocated on the understanding that if there is a booking for that room through the main VP booking system at that time, that booking shall take precedence and the weekly group booking forfeits their right to that facility.
    h) The groups shall solely be conducting activities that do not create a mess or involve food (e.g. Yoga, Tachi, Pilates et cetera).
    i) There shall be a deposit held for the ongoing weekly use of the room.
    j) Payment of $5 per hour of use is to be made at the Management Office each week or monthly in advance (to cover cost of air-conditioning etc.).

Gymnasium

  1. The Gymnasium is open daily from 5.30am to 11.30pm.
  2. Only Residents and their Guests may use the equipment in the Gymnasium. Guests must be accompanied at all times by the Residents who shall ensure that their Guests comply with the House Rules contained herein.
  3. Each Resident is only allowed to bring in a maximum of two (2) Guests at any one time
  4. Eating and smoking are strictly prohibited.
  5. No pets are allowed in the Gymnasium.
  6. Private training or classes shall not be conducted without prior written approval from the Management.
  7. Due care must be exercised when using the equipment in the Gymnasium and all Gymnasium equipment shall be returned to the proper places after use. No equipment shall be removed from the Gymnasium.
  8. Children under the age of twelve (12) years are not permitted to use the Gymnasium. Those between the age of twelve (12) and sixteen (16) years must be accompanied by a supervising adult who shall be responsible for their safety and proper behavior.
  9. All Users of the Gymnasium must be properly attired and must have a towel to wipe off any perspiration left on equipment after use.
  10. Users are encouraged to exhibit gracious social behavior such as not hogging any equipment after usage or creating excessive noise when using the equipment in the Gymnasium.
  11. Any damage or fault shall be reported to the Management immediately. If the damage is not resulted from normal wear and tear, the user(s) may be held responsible for its repair or replacement.
  12. The Management shall not be liable for any mishap, injury or loss sustained by the Residents and their Guests, however caused, arising from the use of this facility.

Reading Room

  1. The Reading Room is open daily from 7.00am to 10.00pm.
  2. Only Residents and their Guests may use the Reading Room. Guests must be accompanied at all times by the Residents who shall ensure that their Guests comply with the House Rules and By-laws contained herein.
  3. Each Resident is only allowed to bring in a maximum of two (2) Guests at any one time.
  4. Eating and smoking are strictly prohibited.
  5. No pets are allowed in the Reading Room.
  6. Private training or classes shall not be conducted without prior written approval from the Management.
  7. Due care must be exercised when using the facilities/furniture in the Reading Room and all Reading Room facilities/furniture shall be returned to the proper places after use. No furniture shall be removed from the Reading Room.
  8. The Management shall not be liable for any mishap, injury or loss sustained by the Residents and their Guests, however caused, arising from the use of this facility.

Swimming Pool, Wading Pool with Water-Play Equipment, "Beach" Lagoon, And Jacuzzi (Collectively Called The "Pools")

  1. The Pools and pool area are open daily from 7.00am to 10.00pm. For safety reasons, no person is allowed in the Pools between 10.00pm to 7.00am and/or during heavy rain and thunderstorm.
  2. Only Residents and their Guests may use the Pools. Guests must be accompanied at all times by the Residents who shall ensure that their Guests comply with the House Rules and By-laws contained herein.
  3. Each Resident is only allowed to bring in a maximum of four (4) Guests at any one time.
  4. There will be No Lifeguard in attendance. As such, all Residents and Guests swim entirely at their own risk. The rules displayed by the pool side shall be observed and the onus is on user(s) to take the necessary safety precautions while using the Pools.
  5. A person with a bandage, open wound or infectious disease shall not use the Pools.
  6. The following are NOT allowed:
    1. Smoking;
    2. Pets;
    3. Surfboards, snorkeling and scuba-diving gear (i.e. masks, snorkels, flippers, diving suits, etc.), glass masks or glass goggles, bulky inflatable toys & boats and other items that may pose a hazard to other users;
    4. Ball sports, Frisbee playing, roller-skating, cycling, skateboarding and other similar activities;
    5. Diving, noisy activities, rough or dangerous play;
    6. Consuming food and drinking within one (1) meter from the edge of the Pools; Inappropriate swimming attire or costume that may cause embarrassment to other users;
    7. Inappropriate swimming attire or costume that may cause embarrassment to other users;
    8. T-shirts and/or shorts in the Pools;
    9. Footwear in the Pools.
  7. All children below the age of 12 years shall not be allowed in the Pools unless accompanied by a supervising adult who shall be responsible for the safety and proper behavior of the children using the Pools.
  8. Private coaches shall not conduct swimming lessons in the Pools without prior written approval from the Management.
  9. The life-saving equipment provided around the Pools is for the intended purpose and shall not be used for any other purpose.
  10. No poolside furniture shall be removed from the pool area. Deck chairs and other poolside furniture may not be reserved.
  11. The Management reserves the right and at it sole discretion, to close the Pools for cleaning, maintenance, repair or any other reasons as it may deem fit.
  12. Portable audio equipment may be used at the pool area provided that no disturbance or annoyance is caused to other users/Residents.
  13. The Management shall not be liable for any mishap, injury or loss sustained by Residents and their Guests, however caused, arising from the use of this facility.

Sauna

  1. The Sauna is open daily from 7.00am to 10.00pm.
  2. Only Residents and their Guests may use the Sauna. Guests must be accompanied at all times by the Residents who shall ensure that their Guests comply with the House Rules and By-laws contained herein.
  3. Each Resident is only allowed to bring in a maximum of two (2) Guests at any one time.
  4. Children under the age of twelve (12) years are not permitted to use the Sauna unless accompanied by the parent or supervising adult who shall be responsible for their safety and proper behavior.
  5. Eating, drinking and smoking are strictly prohibited.
  6. Users should be properly attired at all times.
  7. The door of the Sauna must be closed when the Sauna is being used.
  8. No male person shall enter the Sauna reserved for females and vice versa.
  9. No pets are allowed in the Sauna.
  10. The Sauna is not recommended for use by persons suffering from tuberculosis, nose-bleeding and heart problems. It is also advisable for the elderly and persons with high blood pressure or those who are not certain of their health conditions to consult their doctors before using this facility.
  11. The Management shall not be liable for any mishap, injury or loss sustained by Residents and their Guests, however caused, arising from the use of this facility.

Fitness Stations, Putting Green, Tai Chi Corner, Picnic Lawn, Jogging Track

  1. Only Residents and their Guests are permitted to use the facilities.
  2. Children must be accompanied by parents or supervising adults who shall be responsible for their safety and proper behavior.
  3. In the interest of safety of other users, especially young children using the jogging track, cycling on the jogging track is strictly prohibited.
  4. Residents shall exercise due care when using the outdoor fitness station equipment.
  5. Residents using the facilities either early in the morning or late at night shall refrain from causing disturbance to other Residents.
  6. The Management shall not be liable for any mishap, injury or loss sustained by Residents and their Guests, however caused, arising from the use of this facility.

Children's Play Area, Tree House

  1. Only Residents and their Guests are permitted to use the facilities.
  2. The Tree House and the equipment at the Children's Play Areas are for Children under twelve (12) years of age. Children must be accompanied by parents or supervising adults who shall be responsible for their safety and proper behavior.
  3. No food and beverages is allowed at the facilities.
  4. Smoking is strictly prohibited.
  5. Residents using the facilities either early in the morning or late at night shall refrain from causing disturbance to other Residents.
  6. The Management shall not be liable for any mishap, injury or loss sustained by Residents and their Guests, however caused, arising from the use of this facility.

Tennis Courts

  1. The Tennis Courts are open for daily booking from 7.00am to 10.00pm.
  2. Bookings shall be made through the Condominium Portal at www.varsityparkcondo.info.
  3. Advance booking can be made by Residents for up to a maximum of one (1) week on a first-come-first-serve basis.
  4. Each Unit is entitled a maximum of two (2) one-hour sessions or one (1) two-hour session per week.
  5. After a Resident's entitlement has been used up for the week, additional bookings of one-hour sessions are permitted within 15 minutes before playing time, subject to availability.
  6. Resident who is unable to turn up for their session shall inform the Management Office or Guard House at least one (1) hour before the session, failing which the booking shall be automatically cancelled after 15 minutes from the appointed time. The reservation will be allocated to the next party, if any, on a first-come-first-serve basis.
  7. Players are to vacate and keep clear of the courts during showers, rain or thunderstorm.
  8. Resident shall be held responsible for any damages caused by their Guest or themselves. Any existing damages shall be reported to the Management Office or Guard House immediately prior to the commencement of the game.
  9. Each Resident is only allowed to bring in a maximum of four (4) Guests at any one time.
  10. All users of the Tennis Courts must be in proper attire. Shoes must be non-marking type.
  11. Eating and smoking are strictly prohibited.
  12. Private coaches shall not conduct tennis lessons at the Tennis Courts without prior written approval from the Management.
  13. The Management shall not be liable for any mishap, injury or loss sustained by Residents and their Guests, however caused, arising from the use of this facility.

By-Laws Governing the Estate

By-Laws Governing House Moving

(Adopted as By-Laws passed at the 6th AGM held on 10 January 2015)

  1. Residents moving in or out of the Estate must apply for approval from the Management Office in the prescribed application Forms F001 and F006 at least seven (7) days prior to any House Moving.
  2. Residents or the company providing the house moving service shall pay a Security Deposit of S$500.00 to validate the application.
  3. Upon approval, the Residents shall ensure that House Moving is kept strictly to between 9.00am to 5.00pm from Mondays to Fridays and 9.00am to 12.30pm on Saturdays. The Management reserves the right to reject any application for House Moving on Sundays and Public Holidays.
  4. The Management in its absolute discretion reserves the right to reject any application and revoke any approval granted. The Management shall not be liable for any losses, damages or expenses incurred arising from the rejection of the application on house moving approval.
  5. All movers shall report to the Security Personnel at the Guard House before commencement of any work. All movers are to exchange for Contractor's Passes before entry. Any damage or loss of the Contractor's Pass is subject to a replacement cost of S$10.00 per card.
  6. Where the Residents require the use of lifts for transportation, they shall carry out protection to the lift interior and other areas along the transportation route.
  7. All movers are to strictly observe the maximum allowable load which will be indicated on the lift panel when using the lift.
  8. Residents shall ensure that the House Moving will not in any way cause any nuisance to other Residents.
  9. Residents shall be responsible for the good conduct and behavior of all movers while they are in the Estate.
  10. All movers shall display the contractor's passes at all times within the Estate.
  11. All movers shall not be allowed to loiter in any places other than the subject Unit.
  12. Any mover found misbehaving or refusing to comply with the security procedures will be asked to leave the Estate immediately and be barred from future entry.
  13. The entry height limit and driveway height limit of the basement car park is 2.8 metres. Due to height variation in the basement car park, all vehicles belonging to contractors, delivery services and mover services (collectively called the "Goods Vehicles") or any other vehicles exceeding 2.4 metres in absolute height shall adhere to the designated route (See Appendix 2) within the basement car park. No parking of Goods vehicles exceeding 2.4 metres in height is allowed in the basement car park lots at all times. The Management reserves the right to ask any motorist to remove their Goods Vehicle from the condominium premises in the event of non-compliance of the House Rules and By-laws.
  14. The Goods Vehicle must be manned by a driver at all times when loading/unloading of goods, items or equipment is in progress so as not to cause obstruction to other users of the car park.
  15. The movers shall maintain the general cleanliness of the Common Property.
  16. All refuse and packaging materials must be removed from the Estate upon completion of work and at the end of each day.
  17. Upon completion of the House Moving, the Residents shall inform the Management to conduct a joint inspection on the Common Property and the prescribed route for the movers.
  18. The Management will refund the Security Deposit of S$500.00, free-of-interest, if
    • The House Rules and By-laws are fully complied with during the moving process;
    • No damage has been caused to the Common Property during the moving process;
    • All unwanted items or refuse have been disposed off appropriately.
  19. In the event of any damage caused to the Common Property or unwanted items/refuse found discarded on the Common Property resulting from the House Moving activities, the Management reserves the right to make good those damages and/or remove the unwanted items/refuse and the cost thereof shall be deducted from the Security Deposit.
  20. If the Security Deposit is insufficient to cover the cost of making good the damage or removal of unwanted items or refuse, the Management reserves the right to recover any such deficit from The Resident.

By-Laws Governing Car Parking

(Adopted as By-Laws passed at the 6th AGM held on 10 January 2015)

  1. Residents must obtain the car park label from the Management for their motor vehicle parked in the Estate, even if they have been issued with a Transponder(s).
  2. The entry height limit and driveway height limit of the basement car park is 2.8 metres. Due to height variation in the basement car park, all vehicles belonging to contractors, delivery services and mover services (collectively called the "Goods Vehicles") or any other vehicles exceeding 2.4 metres in absolute height shall adhere to the designated route (See Appendix 2) within the basement car park. No parking of Goods vehicles exceeding 2.4 metres in height is allowed in the basement car park lots at all times. The Management reserves the right to ask any motorist to remove their Goods Vehicle from the condominium premises in the event of non-compliance of the House Rules and By-laws.
  3. No reservation of any parking lot is allowed.
  4. Residents are to inform their Guests driving into the Estate to give their particulars and the Unit they wish to visit to the Security Personnel on duty at the Guard House. Guests are only allowed to park in the estate, subject to availability.
  5. Commercial vehicles owned or controlled by the Residents are only allowed to park in the Estate after obtaining prior written approval from the Management.
  6. Heavy vehicles such as cranes, road tanker, containers, trailer etc. will not be allowed to park in the Estate car park without prior written approval from the Management.
  7. No vehicles should be parked indiscriminately along the driveways or at any non-designated areas (e.g. in front of switch room and lift lobby etc.) or across two parking lots.
  8. The flow of traffic according to the directional arrows is to be strictly followed.
  9. Repair and overhauling of vehicles are not allowed in the common area.
  10. Overnight parking by visitors is prohibited without prior written approval from the Management.
  11. All motor vehicles parked in the Estate are at the owners' risk and the Management undertakes no responsibility and shall not be liable in any manners whatsoever for any misdemeanor, loss or damages to any motor vehicle, its accessories or to the contents therein.

By-Laws Governing Car Parking And Wheel Clamping

(Adopted as By-Laws passed at the 2nd AGM held on 29 January 2011)

  1. All registered vehicles must display clearly and prominently a valid car park transponder and label on their front windscreen at all times.
  2. Residents shall not park or leave their vehicle in the common property except with the written approval of the Management Corporation.
  3. Residents shall park or leave their vehicles at lots reserved for residents only.
  4. Visitors shall park or leave their vehicles at lots reserved for visitors only.
  5. Any vehicle found parked in an unauthorized parking area or not parked in the designated parking lots or parked in handicapped lots without a valid handicap label, or in any manner causing obstruction to the traffic shall be immobilized by a wheel clamp or towed away at the discretion of the Management Corporation.
  6. Vehicle of visitors shall not be allowed to park overnight within the premises without the written approval of the Management Corporation. “Overnight” means the hours from 2.00am to 7.00am.
  7. The above list is not intended to be exhaustive. The Management Corporation shall be empowered to wheel clamp any vehicles which in their opinion has violated the car parking rules not listed above.
  8. The Management Corporation or its agent shall not be held responsible for any damage in the course of immobilization and / or towing away of vehicles. An administrative fee of $100.00 (exclude GST) shall be payable to the Management Corporation Strata Title Plan No. 3397 or its authorized agent to release the vehicle.
  9. The Management Corporation shall have the rights to recover all costs / fees incurred from the subsidiary proprietor(s) concerned not excluding their invitee(s) by billing through their quarterly maintenance fund invoice.

By-Law on Parking of Trailers

(Adopted as By-Laws passed at the 8th AGM held on 21 January 2017)

  1. Residents are disallowed to park trailers in the basement carpark lots or common areas. A trailer means any vehicle attached to an automobile, which would include light weight or heavy weight trailers, utility trailers, motorcycle trailers, trailer tractors, wagon, carts, etc.

By-Laws Governing Issuance of Car Park Label/Transponder

(Adopted as By-Laws passed at the 6th AGM held on 10 January 2015)

  1. The applicants must be the Subsidiary Proprietor(s) or Residents authorized by the Subsidiary Proprietor(s). Forms F002 is to be submitted.
  2. Each Unit is allocated one (1) Transponder and one (1) Car Park Label (both at no charge) for first application. (First Application shall mean initial issue for each Unit; it does not include subsequent issue of Transponder after the Unit has been transferred to another Resident).
  3. All applicants are required to produce documentary proof such as Identification Card/Passport, Vehicle Registration Card, Company Certificate Letter (for company car), Stamped Tenancy Agreement (if applicant is a tenant), etc as proof of ownership and residence.
  4. Residents are to notify the Management should there be a change of vehicle or vehicle registration particulars so that a fresh Car Park Label can be issued to replace the old one. All Car Park Labels are non-transferable.
  5. Residents are to return the Car Park Label(s) to the Management when they cease to reside in the Estate.
  6. When the Unit is sold, it is the responsibility of the Subsidiary Proprietor(s) of the Unit to hand over the Transponder(s) to the new Subsidiary Proprietor(s). For Units that are leased out to a tenant by the Subsidiary Proprietor(s), the Subsidiary Proprietor(s) shall be responsible to ensure that the Transponder(s) are retrieved from the tenant(s) when the lease expires.
  7. Loss of Car Park Label(s) and/or Transponder(s) must be reported to the Management immediately.
  8. Replacement cost of each Car Park Label and Transponder is S$20.00 and S$50.00 respectively.
  9. The issuance of the second/additional Car Park Label/Transponder above the allocated number shall be based on availability of car park lots and acceptance of the terms and conditions to be stipulated by the Management at the time of application.
  10. The Management reserves the right to reject any application. Approved Car Park Label(s)/Transponder(s) may be subject to cancellation at the Management's discretion.

By-Laws Governing Issuance of Proximity Card

(Adopted as By-Laws passed at the 6th AGM held on 10 January 2015)

  1. The Proximity Card allows access through the side gates.
  2. The allocation of the Proximity Cards (at no charge) for first (1st) application is as follows;
    S/no. Housing Type Allocation Additional (Subject to clause 4) Maximum No. of Cards
    1 2 Bedroom Apartment 3 2 5
    2 3 Bedroom Apartment 4 2 6
    3 4 Bedroom Apartment 5 2 7

    (First Application shall mean initial issue for each Unit, it does not include subsequent issue of Proximity Card(s) after the Unit has been transferred to another Resident).
  3. When the Unit is sold, it is the responsibility of the Subsidiary Proprietor(s) of the Unit to hand over all issued Proximity Cards to the new Subsidiary Proprietor(s).
  4. Cards issued above the allocated number will be charged at S$30.00 per card (maximum of 2 cards per Unit and amount paid is non-refundable) and subject to availability.
  5. Loss of Proximity Card(s) must be reported to the Management immediately for security reasons. Replacement cost of each Proximity Card is S$30.00. Form F003 (Proximity Card) is to be submitted. The lost card will be disabled from the system.

By-Laws Governing Condominium Living

(Adopted as By-Laws passed at the 6th AGM held on 10 January 2015)

Use of Units and Common Area

All Residents of the Estate shall have the right to use and/or enjoy the Common Property of the Estate.

Living in a condominium with many facilities such as Varsity Park can be enjoyable and stress free simply by observing and practicing basic social etiquettes. We have compiled a list of "Do's and Don'ts" not so much as to regulate the social behavior of the Residents but rather as a gentle reminder to all that living in a Condominium requires some kind thoughts for others.

All residents and/or their invited guests shall not:

  1. Install any additional television antenna, air-conditioner compressor or other equipment at the roof top, at any other part of the building, balcony, veranda, private enclosed space (PES) and/or any external part of the Units without prior written approval from the Management;
  2. Permit anything to be done or store any inflammable chemical, liquid etc that will become a fire or health hazard;
  3. In any way store, leave or discard any personal belongings in any part of the staircases or other Common Areas or permit the placing or parking of bicycles and other wheeled vehicles which may obstruct the Common Areas in the Estate;
  4. Cause and/or allow sinks, baths, lavatories, cisterns, water pipes and/or pipes in the Units and/or in the building to be clogged;
  5. Dispose rubbish and waste food without placing and securing them in suitable plastic bags, bulky object and/or smoldering items into the refuse chute;
  6. Vandalize and/or cause damage to lifts, lobbies, common corridors, staircases, walls, pedestrian-ways and/or any other common property in the Estate;
  7. Damage the turf area, flower beds, garden, trees, foot paths, drains or any part of the building by vehicles, machines, tools or object of any description;
  8. Allow any pets in the Common Area except when kept restrained or to cause nuisance or annoyance to others;
  9. Cook or engage in any food preparation activities in the Common Area of the Estate;
  10. Use the lobby or any other Common Area of the building for any private or public functions without prior written approval from the Management;
  11. Hang any washing, clothing or other article at the Common Area and/or any external part of the Units, thereby affecting the aesthetics of the building;
  12. Make undue noise which will interfere with the peaceful enjoyment of others in any Units or on the Common Property;
  13. Use languages or behave in a manner likely to cause offence or embarrassment to others using the Common Property;
  14. Mark, paint, drive nails, or screws or otherwise damage or vandalise any structure that forms part of Common Property;
  15. Put any signboards, advertisements, notices and/or other lettering on any part of the Estate;
  16. Use or permit their Units to be used for any purpose other than for Residential dwellings unless otherwise approved by the relevant competent authority;
  17. Use their Units for any purpose which may be injurious to the reputation of the subdivided building or for a purpose as to cause a nuisance or danger to the neighbors;
  18. Place potted plants or any other objects in a manner likely to cause injury to others or damages to others' properties, including Common Property and
  19. Sound car horns in a manner likely to cause disturbance or annoyance to others.

All residents and/or their invited guests shall:

  1. Permit the Management and its Agents at all reasonable times and on reasonable notice being given (except in case of emergency when no notice is required) to enter their Units for the purpose of:
    1. Inspecting the Units;
    2. Maintaining, repairing or renewing sewers, pipes, wires, cables and ducts used or capable of being used in connection with the enjoyment of any other units or the Common Property;
    3. Maintaining, repairing or renewing the Common Property;
    4. Executing any work or doing any act necessary for the performance of its duties or any enforcement affecting the building;
  2. Maintain their Units including all sanitary fittings, water, electrical and air-conditioning pipes and apparatus in a good condition so as not to cause annoyance to others and
  3. Ensure that, if they are pet owners, the pets' droppings are hygienically and suitably disposed off.

By-Laws on Cleaning Fee for Removal of Pet's Excrement/Urination

(Adopted as By-Laws passed at the 2nd AGM held on 29 January 2011)

Any subsidiary proprietor/resident/occupier who leaves their pet unattended/unleashed and /or fails to clean up the excrement/urination of their pet while on common areas shall pay a fee of $100.00 (excluding GST) being the cleaning fee for each occasion.

By-Laws on Cleaning Fee For Removal of Rubbish Deposited on Common Property

(Adopted as By-Laws passed at the 2nd AGM held on 29 January 2011)

Any subsidiary proprietor/resident/occupier who leaves any rubbish, any unwanted material and/or discarded items on common property shall pay a fee of $50.00 (excluding GST) being the cleaning fee for each occasion.

By-Laws on Recovering Fines Imposed by Authorities from Subsidiary Proprietor/Resident/Occupier For Obstruction On Common Property

(Adopted as By-Laws passed at the 2nd AGM held on 29 January 2011)

The Management Corporation shall recover as a debt all fines imposed by authorities from subsidiary proprietor/resident/occupier for obstruction on common property.

By-Laws on Imposition of Administrative Fees for Smoking

(Adopted as By-Laws passed at the 4th AGM held on 19 January 2013)

A non-refundable administrative fee of $100.00 (excluding GST) per occasion shall be imposed on residents, occupiers and visitors caught smoking in prohibited areas in Varsity Park Condominium spotted by the security and management staff. The Management reserves the right to report to the appropriate Government Authorities for further actions on any serious breach.

By-Laws Governing Littering

(Adopted as By-Laws passed at the 9th AGM held on 13 January 2018)

  1. Littering, including high-rise littering is prohibited in the estate.
  2. The Management shall impose an administrative fee of S$200+ GST per occasion and the cleaning cost on any person who litters at the common areas and any unit that is found to be high rise littering in the estate, or any amount the meeting may decide.
  3. The Management Council, its managing agent and security officers is empowered to enforce the above By-Law, one of which is to hand over the culprit to the police if he/she is caught.

By-Laws Governing Vandalism

(Adopted as By-Laws passed at the 9th AGM held on 13 January 2018)

  1. Vandalism is prohibited in the estate.
  2. The Management shall impose an administrative fee of S$200 + GST per occasion and the replacement cost on any person who vandalized/damage any common property in the estate, or any amount the meeting may decide.
  3. The Management Council, its managing agent and security officers is empowered to enforce the above By-Law, one of which is to hand over the culprit to the police if he/she is caught.

Go Green

The Green Mark features in Varsity Park are based on the following:

  1. Energy Efficiency
  2. Water Efficiency
  3. Site Ecology
  4. Good Indoor Environment Quality & Environment Protection

Energy Efficiency

  1. Building blocks are mainly oriented North-South for optimum day lighting and shading.
  2. Roof overhang and trellis, balconies and planters to encourage sky-rise greening act as shading over openings to improve microclimate and keep out heat gained through windows.
  3. Roof top gardens and landscaping greenery to improve air quality.
  4. All rooms in residential units and the basement car park are designed for natural ventilation to reduce energy consumption.
  5. All residential units layout allow for day-lighting and cross ventilation.
  6. Use of light colour finish for both exterior and interior surfaces minimizes solar heat gain and improve day-lighting.
  7. Water features and pools add a cooling and soothing environment to the landscape.
  8. Energy efficient air-conditioning system with "Green Ticks" distinction labels under the Energy Labeling Scheme.
  9. Energy efficient lift system with standby mode for cutting out lighting and ventilation.
  10. Energy efficient mechanical ventilation system using Carbon Monoxide monitoring sensors to control operation of the ventilation system.
  11. Energy efficient common areas lighting through circuitry operation and timer control.

Water Efficiency

  1. Water efficient fixtures:
    1. Dual flush cistern for water closet.
    2. Flow regulator for taps and mixers.
    3. Self delayed action tap for barbecue area and swimming pool showers.
    4. Separate water sub-meters for clubhouse and swimming pool to monitor usage.
  2. Water efficient irrigation for landscaping:
    1. Hardy plants are planted to reduce consumption of irrigation water.
    2. Rain-water harvesting and recycling system for part of the landscape irrigation.

Site Ecology

  1. Two numbers of mature trees are retained and conserved.
  2. Minimize cutting of trees along West Coast Road affected by entrance and bus-stop relocation.
  3. Use of nitrogen fixing plant for landscaping.

Good Indoor Environment Quality & Environmental Protection

  1. Use of friendly materials.
    1. Agglomerate marble is used for living and dining area of about 33% of the total unit area.
    2. Recycled material is used for the in-fill of all bedroom and wardrobe doors.
    3. Solid top surfaces made of recycled materials for bathroom basin and shelves.
    4. Use of laminate instead of wood veneer for doors, wardrobes and cabinets.
    5. Recycled material is used for play area and fitness stations floor finish.
    6. Use of premix plaster for plastering work.
    7. Use of recycled pre-cast concrete products.
    8. Use of pre-cast components for staircase, refuse chutes, pile foundation and concrete ledge.
  2. Internal noise level:
    1. Extensive landscaping to buffer noise.
    2. Use of low noise air-conditioning equipment.
  3. Indoor air quality:
    1. Paints with low Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) content is used at common areas.
    2. Use of wood adhesive with low formaldehyde content.
    3. Air purifying filters in air-conditioning system.
    4. Sensor used for operation of fresh air fan to control level of Carbon Dioxide in the KTV Room.

Site EcologyEnergy/Water Saving Methods for Resident Participation

  • Bicycle lots are provided for leisure and to promote healthy living.
  • A Green Corner is provided to encourage recycling.
  • "Greening" of the planters and balcony.

Residents can also do a part in their daily lifestyle to cut down their energy & water usage. Some helpful tips on energy/water saving methods for household equipment are listed below.

Air-conditioning

  1. The air-conditioning unit achieves cooling by removing heat from the room, consuming electricity in the process. Thus, reducing the amount of heat gained by the room will reduce the amount of electricity consumed. Sun-shading devices, blinds or non-reflective solar control film can be used to keep our heat gained by the room through windows.
  2. The air-conditioning unit's thermostat senses room temperature to regulate the operation of the air-conditioning unit. Avoid placing lamps or other heat generating appliances near the air-conditioning unit, which may cause it to operate longer/harder than necessary.
  3. Energy consumption by the air-conditioning unit increases with the difference between the room and the outdoor temperature. Therefore, it is advisable to set the thermostat temperature as comfortably high as possible (e.g. 25C°).
  4. Regularly service the air-conditioning units to ensure efficiency of the components (such as pipes and fans/motors) is well-maintained.
  5. Close windows and doors when air-conditioner is in use.

Water

  1. Use a tumbler while shaving or brushing your teeth instead of leaving the tap running.
  2. When washing clothes by hand, use a wash-tub instead of washing under a running tap. Re-use the rinse water (e.g. mopping the floor, flushing toilets).
  3. Only use automatic dishwasher when there is a full load. Otherwise, it is much faster and cheaper to wash by hand.
  4. When washing dishes by hand, rinse them out in a sink of water rather than under a running tap. You can save up to 48 times of water each time!
  5. Use pail of water to wash car or floors rather than a running hose.
  6. Take short showers and turn off the shower while soaping. You can save up to 60 litres of water each time!
  7. Outdoor potted plants need to watered only once or twice a week. Indoor potted plants need to be watered every three to four days. To verify whether it is necessary to water the plant, test the soil by feeling it at about one centimeter from the surface and water only when it feels dry.
  8. Water plants with a watering can instead of a running hose.
  9. Re-use water from washing vegetables for watering plants.
  10. Do not allow toilet cisterns to overflow.
  11. Use a half flush for flushing of liquid waste.
  12. Turn off tapes when not in use. Turn off taps tightly and replace worn-out washers to prevent drips.
  13. Choose water efficient and water saving appliances and fixtures.
  14. Read water meter regularly to monitor water consumption.
  15. Check pipes and water fittings regularly for leaks. Repair leaks immediately. There may be a leak if:
    1. The water meter continues to run even when all taps and fittings are turned off.
    2. Water consumption is unusually high.
    3. Water is rust coloured.
    4. The water pressure drops.

Lighting

  1. Use energy saving lamps.
  2. Switch off lights in unoccupied rooms.
  3. Consider installing dimmers, timers and sensors to control the usage and level of lighting.
  4. Clean lights and fixtures regularly.
  5. Use task lighting to focus more light where required, allowing lower lighting levels for general area (e.g. using reading lamps).

Refrigerator

  1. Choose appliances with energy label.
  2. Generally, larger models use more energy to operate. Buying the smallest model that meets the needs is the most efficient.
  3. Operating one large refrigerator/freezer is more efficient than operating two smaller refrigerators/freezers.
  4. Ensure that there is sufficient space for proper airflow near the compressor and condenser coils.
  5. Adjust the thermostat to the recommended settings.
  6. Do not open the door unnecessarily as the cool air will escape.
  7. Test the door seal occasionally by closing the door on a thin piece of paper. If it does not stay in place, the seal should be replaced.

Washing Machine

  1. When using a washing machine, launder only when you have a full load.
  2. A significant amount of energy is used for heating of water. Consider the need to wash with the hot water cycle. Alternatively, use cold water during the rinse cycle to reduce energy usage.
  3. Use the right amount of detergent to avoid having to wash or rinse the load again.
  4. Pre-soak or use a soak cycle when washing heavily soiled garments to avoid two washings.

Electric & Microwave Ovens

  1. Do not open the oven door while the food is cooking as the temperature may drop by 25°C to 30°C each time the door is opened.
  2. Cook multiple dishes at the same time. Cooking two dishes in the oven requires less time and also less energy as compared to cooking each dish in the oven one after another.
  3. Avoid thawing frozen food in ovens as this can be easily done at room temperature although it takes a longer time.

Vacuum Cleaner

  1. Switch off the vacuum cleaner when the motor becomes too hot or when there is a change in the sound of the motor. There might be something trapped in the hose.
  2. Empty or replace the dust bag frequently.

Television, DVD/VCD Players

  1. When watching television programs, keep the room lights low. This helps to save electricity and also reduces annoying glare from the television screen.
  2. Switch off appliances at the main power source instead of leaving them on stand-by mode.

Computer and Printer

  1. Ensure that the monitor power management feature is enabled to realize the energy savings. Monitors in sleep mode consume significantly lower amount of electricity and the reduction in heat generated also lowers air-conditioning requirements.
  2. The energy consumption of Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) monitor can be half or two-thirds of that for a Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) monitor.
  3. Switch off the computer completely when not in use for long periods of time.

On the Road

  1. Car pool to reduce fuel consumption and improve traffic flow.
  2. Cut back on unnecessary travel and use public transport when possible.
  3. Choose a more fuel efficient vehicle.

By-Laws Governing Addition & Alteration (A&A) Guidelinesworks

Introduction and General Requirements

(Adopted as By-Laws passed at the 6th AGM held on 10 January 2015)

Additional & Alteration (A&A) guidelines are drawn up to assist Subsidiary Proprietor(s) in their A&RA works. The coverage is not intended to be exhaustive, but serves as guidelines to provide the necessary information on the nature and extent of the A&A works.

The Management in its absolute discretion reserves the right to reject any A&A works application and revoke any approval granted. The Management shall not be liable for any losses, damages or expenses incurred arising from the rejection of the application or renovation approval.

Acknowledgement

  1. Subsidiary Proprietor(s) shall be required to submit the "Application for Addition & Alteration Works" (A&A works) (F004) and three (3) sets of plans to the Management at least five (5) working days before the commencement of A&A works. The Subsidiary Proprietor(s) shall not commence any A&A works until the receipt of the acknowledgement letter from the Management.
    The submission by Subsidiary Proprietor(s) to the Management of the "Application for Addition & Alteration Works" shall not be construed as exemption from compliance with the building regulations/laws or exemption from obtaining approval from other relevant authorities.
  2. Subsidiary Proprietor(s) who wishes to carry out A&A works to their unit(s) shall obtain the approval from the relevant authorities where necessary and provide the documentary proof of these approvals to the Management.
  3. Subsidiary Proprietor(s) shall not commence work until receipt of the Acknowledgement Letter from the Management. All unauthorized works have to be rectified by the Subsidiary Proprietor(s) at their own costs.
    Subsidiary Proprietor(s) hereby indemnify and hold harmless the Management Corporation and the appointed managing agent for and against all actions, claims, damages, costs and expenses that may arise from any loss, damage, death, injury from any causes whatsoever to the property or persons caused by or resulting from the Subsidiary Proprietor(s)’ A&A works caused by any act, omission, neglect, default of the Subsidiary Proprietor(s), their servants, agents, contractors, sub-contractors, employees, invitees or any other persons.
  4. Subsidiary Proprietor(s) shall be responsible for the conduct and behavior of their workmen.
  5. Subsidiary Proprietor(s) or the Corporation shall be required to take up a Public Liability insurance policy prior to the commencement of any works.

Renovation Period

  1. The Subsidiary Proprietor(s) shall exercise due care and caution to ensure that no disturbance, nuisance or annoyance is caused to other Residents of the Estate. All A&A works, including related deliveries of materials, shall only be carried out during the following hours:
    Mondays to Fridays : 9.00am to 5.00pm
    Saturdays : 9.00am to 12.30pm
  2. Strictly NO work is to be carried out on Sundays and Public Holidays.
  3. The maximum duration to be approved at any one time for the A&A Works shall be thirty (30) days. Any extension beyond this period shall be at the sole discretion of the Management.

Renovation Deposit

  1. Submission of Application for A&A Works (F004) and payment of renovation deposit shall be made at the Management Office during the following office hours:
    Mondays to Fridays : 8.30 am to 5.30 pm
    Wednesdays : 8.30 am to 8.00 pm
    Saturdays : 8.30 am to 1.00 pm
  2. Subsidiary Proprietor(s) shall place a renovation deposit of S$500.00, by cross-cheque made payable to "The Management Corporation Strata Title Plan No. 3397" for the A&A works.
  3. Subsidiary Proprietor(s) shall be fully responsible for making good damages, which are caused to the common property by their contractors or themselves. They are to make good to the satisfaction of the Management within seven (7) days upon the receipt of the Management's notice, failing which the Management reserves the right to make good the damages and deduct the costs from the renovation deposit.
    In the event of the renovation deposit being insufficient to meet the costs imposed by the Management, the Subsidiary Proprietor(s) shall compensate and pay the Management the difference between the said deposit and the amount so claimed by the Management.

Acknowledgement/ Renovation Permit

Collection of the acknowledgement or renovation permit shall be at the Management Office located at Varsity Park, 44 West Coast Road #B1-01, Singapore 126841 during office hours.

Renovation Deposit

  1. Collection of the acknowledgement letter shall be at the Management Office located at Varsity Park, 44 West Coast Road #B1-01, Singapore 126841 during office hours.
  2. Subsidiary Proprietor(s) shall display the acknowledgement letter outside the unit until the completion of the A&A works.

Refund of Renovation Deposit

  1. Upon the completion of the A&A works, the Subsidiary Proprietor(s) shall notify the Management by completing the Request for Refund of Deposit (F005) confirming that only works that are reflected in the Application for A&A works and acknowledged by the Management, are carried out and there is no violation of the stated guidelines as contained herewith.
    The renovation deposit shall be refunded, free-of-interest, within one (1) week to the Subsidiary Proprietor(s) subject to the following conditions:
    1. Completion of the A&A works to the satisfaction of the Management.
    2. The Management has received all the as-built drawings.
    3. There is no outstanding rectification work.
  2. The Management reserves the right to forfeit the full amount of the Renovation Deposit if any of the conditions stated herein are not complied with.

Do's and Don'ts for A&A Works

It is the Subsidiary Proprietor(s)' responsibilities to ensure that the A&A works carried out shall not affect any of the warranties of the unit and common property.

List of A&A Works that can be carried out subject to the Acknowledgement from the Management:

  1. Install built-in wardrobes.
  2. Repainting of internal walls (Note: No painting of internal and external PES walls, external balcony walls, balustrades and railings).
  3. Replace existing built-in kitchen cabinets.
  4. Replace existing interior doors excluding the main entrance door.
  5. Install ceiling/wall paper.
  6. Replace existing walls and floors finishes. (Note: Warranty given by the warranty contractor on the waterproofing system will be void with any replacement of floor finishes)
  7. Lay carpet flooring.
  8. Install light fittings.
  9. Install cornices and false ceilings. (Note: Care must be taken to ensure that the concealed piping is not damaged when installing cornices and false ceilings)
  10. Install approved design windows/sliding door/yard grills. The color code of the window/sliding door/yard grille shall conform to that specified in 8.3.5 (c) or equivalent to match the window frames. (Note: All grilles must be installed within the apartment and the boundary line of the doorways).
  11. Install split unit air conditioners. (Note: Air-con drain-out pipes have to be properly connected to waste trap within the apartment. No window unit allowed).
  12. Install awnings/trellis or other sun-shading devices/projections at the Private Enclosed Area (PES) or outside the apartment. (Please refer to 7.3 for By-laws governing installation of coverings within the PES).

List of A&A Works Including But Not Limited to the Following:

Are NOT Allowed

  1. Install windows at balconies and open terraces;
  2. Removed of railings at the balconies;
  3. Replace glazing of windows with colors that are different from original;
  4. Hacking of structural slabs, columns and beams;
  5. Replace existing windows;
  6. Seal up existing windows/door openings;
  7. Raise existing floor levels (e.g. to split level of any portion of existing floor by adding concrete or steel platforms);
  8. Reposition and/or enlarge the bin chutes opening;
  9. Drill holes through the beams, columns and other structure members;
  10. Hacking and alterations of columns, beams or any reinforced concrete structures;
  11. Modify the common service pipes inside or outside the apartment;
  12. Install any kind for hanging clothes and T.V. aerials;
  13. Provide opening in existing external walls;
  14. Anything that affects the external look of the facade;
  15. Works affecting the Estate's Gross Floor Area;
  16. Timber Decking across planter box or carrying out works to level up planter box into an extended area that may be converted to live-able area e.g. balcony. (Please note that usage of planter box shall be in accordance to Urban Redevelopment Authority's (URA) definition where planter box is solely for planting purposes).
  17. Please also refer to the technical guidelines in Section 7.4.

Are Allowed subject to Authorities Approval:

  1. Demolition of existing internal partition walls;
  2. Erection of new internal lightweight partition walls;
  3. Provide opening in existing internal partition walls;
  4. Alteration works to existing staircases;
  5. Remove existing water closets, basins, long baths and shower stalls.
    (Note: Warranty given by the main contractor on the water proofing system will be void if there is any hacking to the floor or any replacement of floor finishes during the removal of any sanitary items).
    NB: Notwithstanding the above, it is the sole responsibility of the Subsidiary Proprietor(s) to seek the advice of the relevant authorities and the Subsidiary Proprietor's own Qualified Person where necessary and/or the Management prior to the commencement of any A&A works.

Injury to Person(s) and Damage to Common Property

Subsidiary Proprietor(s)' contractors shall be liable for any losses and/or damages arising in the course of or by reason of carrying out the works.

Contractor's Personnel

  1. All contractors or their authorized personnel shall report to the duty security personnel at the Guard House before and after works each day.
    The Security personnel have been given strict instructions to question all suspicious persons found in the Estate. Action shall be taken against unauthorized persons in the Estate.
  2. Contractors shall declare and report loss of any passes immediately. An administration fee at S$10.00 per pass shall be imposed for the replacement of lost passes.
  3. Contractors' Personnel shall, at all times, be properly attired and display the Contractor Passes while in the Estate.
  4. Contractors' Personnel found without valid Contractor Passes shall be treated as trespassers and shall be asked to leave the Estate.
  5. All Contractors' Personnel shall observe good conduct and behavior by:
    1. Being suitably clothed;
    2. Not using languages or behaving in a manner likely to cause offence or embarrassment to others;
    3. Not obstructing the lawful use of the Common Property by others;
    4. All Contractors' Personnel found misbehaving shall be asked to leave the Estate immediately and be barred from future entry.
  6. The Management reserves the right to refuse the admittance of any workmen employed by the Subsidiary Proprietor(s), the contractors, or the sub-contractors at its sole discretion.

Employment of Illegal Workers

  1. Subsidiary Proprietor(s) shall ensure that no illegal workers are employed by them or their contractors in the execution of any part of the Works.
  2. For the purpose of this clause, "illegal workers" shall mean any persons who entered Singapore in contravention of the Immigration Act or who worked in contravention of the Employment of Foreign Workers Act or any statutory modification or re-enactment thereof.

Common Equipment and Properties

Contractors shall take full responsibilities for the care of the common equipment and property, and any damage caused shall accordingly be made good/replaced at the contractors’ own expenses. Contractors shall provide adequate protection to the common property (e.g. plywood to protect the lifts, walls and doors at the common property etc).

Safety Arrangements

  1. Contractors shall at all times observe and comply with all prevailing laws and regulations relating to safety and shall bear all costs connected with the compliance of the laws and regulations.
  2. Contractors shall be responsible to take all safety measures to eliminate danger to their workmen, the general public, Subsidiary Proprietor(s), staff and property of the Condominium and others.

Disposal of Rubbish

  1. All temporary works, debris and surplus material arising from the works, shall be cleaned from all surfaces (internally and externally to remove stains such as oil drops, paint works etc)) to the satisfaction of the Management. No debris is allowed along the common property or staircases at all times except at designated areas by the Management.
  2. All common property shall be kept clean at all times. All dirt and stains are to be cleaned immediately.
  3. All debris shall be accumulated at a designated area determined by the Management. All debris shall be cleared from the Estate on the same day. No dumping of A&A debris or materials is allowed in the refuse chutes.

Usage of Lift(s) for Delivery/Transportation of Bulky Equipment/Items

  1. Usage of Lift(s) for Delivery/Transportation of Equipment/Items is restricted to 9.00am to 5.00pm from Mondays to Fridays and 9.00am to 12.30pm on Saturdays.
    Booking of the lift for exclusive use is not allowed.
    The Management reserves the right to reject any application for delivery/transportation on Sundays and Public Holidays.
  2. The maximum time allowed for request to use the lift for purpose of Delivery/Transportation of Equipment/Items shall be two (2) hours per day per unit.
  3. All requests shall be on first-come-first-serve basis.
  4. Contractors shall ensure no obstruction at the staircases, lobbies and any other areas while delivering/loading/unloading.
  5. Contractors shall reinstate all damages caused to the building and/or common property during the course of delivery/loading/unloading.
  6. Contractors shall only use designated lifts (lift with Perspex, canvas or plywood protection) to transport their building materials or debris. If the protection is dismantled, the contractors shall provide their own material to protect the lift components adequately.
  7. Contractors shall not halt the lift by inserting a stopper between the lift doors.
  8. Contractors shall ensure the lift is not overloaded when transporting building materials or debris.

Car Park

  1. The entry height limit and driveway height limit of the basement car park is 2.8 metres. Due to height variation in the basement car park, all vehicles belonging to contractors, delivery services and mover services (collectively called the "Goods Vehicles") or any other vehicles exceeding 2.4 metres in absolute height shall adhere to the designated route (See Appendix 2) within the basement car park.
    No parking of Goods vehicles exceeding 2.4 metres in height is allowed in the basement car park lots at all times. The goods vehicle must be manned by a driver at all times when loading/unloading of goods, items or equipment is in progress so as not to cause obstruction to other users of the car park.
    The Management reserves the right to ask any motorist to remove their goods vehicle from the condominium premises in the event of non-compliance of the house rules and by-laws.
  2. Residents are to inform the drivers of the Goods Vehicles to keep to the designated route (as shown Appendix 2) and the height limits whilst maneuvering in the basement car park.

Restricted Works

  1. Any works involving heavy drilling, knocking, spray painting, use of adhesives or varnishing that are likely to cause inconvenience to other Subsidiary Proprietor(s) shall be carried out during the following hours only:
    Mondays to Fridays : 9.00am to 5.00pm
    Saturdays : 9.00am to 12.30pm
  2. Contractors are not allowed to use heavy-duty hacker or concrete breaker for the works.
  3. A work schedule must be submitted to the Management at least three (3) working days in advance prior to the commencement of such restricted works.

Water and Power Supply

  1. Subsidiary Proprietor(s) are to ensure that the water and electricity supply to their unit(s) are activated before the commencement of the works.
  2. The contractors are not allowed to tap water and/or electricity supply from the common property without the consent of the Management. The provision of common utilities is subject to the approval of the Management and a charge (including administrative charge) to be determined and imposed by the Management.

Inspection by the Management

  1. The Management shall have the right to gain free access into the units during office hours to inspect the A&A Works.
  2. The Management reserves the right to demand the demolition or regularization of any unauthorized work which is carried out in contravention to the approval, the guidelines herein, or the by-laws and to recover from the Subsidiary Proprietor(s) all costs and expenses incurred in this connection if such rectification works were to be executed by the Management.

Works of Precaution

  1. Subsidiary Proprietor(s) are reminded to inform their contractors on the presence of concealed gas piping in the apartment.
  2. Subsidiary Proprietor(s) shall not carry out wet polishing of flooring which may choke the sanitation/drainage system or result in seepage. In the event that the sanitation/drainage system is choked as result of the wet polishing of flooring, the cost to clear the choke shall be charged to the Subsidiary Proprietor(s).

By-Laws Governing Installation of Coverings Within the Private Enclosed Space (PES)

(Adopted as By-Laws passed at the EGM held on 15 May 2010)

  1. The Subsidiary Proprietor ("SP") must if he/she intended to install coverings within the PES, first notify in writing to the Management Corporation with all necessary documents and/or approvals from the relevant authorities.
  2. The approval of the Management Corporation is subject to the SP executing an agreement undertaking to comply with the terms and conditions as laid down by the Management Corporation.
  3. The SP shall bear all costs relating to the erection and maintenance of the coverings.
  4. The SP shall be responsible to maintain the cleanliness of the coverings at all times.
  5. For the purpose of maintaining the image, aesthetic and structural integrity of the development, SP are to comply with the standard design and specification as approved by the Management Corporation, failing which the Management Corporation shall be empowered to remove the same.
  6. Types of approved awning structure:

 

 

Technical Guidelines

Architectural and Interior Works

  1. Submission of Drawing
    The proposal plans shall be drawn to scale, showing the layout, section, elevation and material used. All changes are to be shown in colour with appropriate legend. Demolition works are to be shown in dotted red lines.
  2. Addition of Structure Work
    Subsidiary Proprietor(s) shall not erect any additional structures or make any alteration without prior acknowledgement from the Management. The Management shall have the authority to demolish or remove any such unauthorized additions or alterations work, after giving seven (7) days written notice. All costs and expenses incurred in respect of such works shall be borne by the Subsidiary Proprietor(s).
  3. Demolition of Partition Work
    Subsidiary Proprietor(s) are reminded that any partitioning, demolition of walls, drilling of holes on walls or any other renovations works to the existing unit shall be endorsed by their Qualified Person (QP) and approved by the relevant authorities. Method statement on demolition of internal brick partition wall showing how the wall is to be demolished and the protection of the existing structure shall be submitted together with the written application.
  4. External Work
    Subsidiary Proprietor(s) shall not carry out any work, which will affect the external facade of the building without prior written approval from the Management. Facade shall include windows, balconies, and compartments for condensing units, common property, open areas and all other visible parts of the building, which constitute or form part of the external appearance of the building. Any sun-shade film to be installed on the window panes and sliding glass doors shall be non-reflective.
    Subsidiary Proprietor(s) shall not be allowed to install any television or radio antenna on the roof top or any external part of the sub-divided building.
  5. Household Shelters (HS)
    1. General
      Your unit has a civil defence shelter. It is designed to protect you during a war emergency. It has strengthened walls, floor, ceiling and a specially designed door. They must not be hacked or drilled. Certain finishes and fixtures are not permitted as they are not easily removable and may become hazards to shelter occupants during a war emergency. Any repair or alteration or renovation works, which are likely to weaken or damage any structural elements of the HS are not permitted. Lightning, power point, telephone point and CATV outlet points are also provided in the shelter so that you can stay inside and communicate with outside.
    2. Works permitted in HS
      1. Laying of floor tiles bonded to cement mortar screed. The total thickness of floor finishes and screed is not to exceed 50mm.
      2. Laying of vinyl or linoleum flooring.
      3. Laying of floor skirting tiles (up to a maximum of 100mm high) by bonding them with wet cement mortar to HS walls.
      4. Painting of walls, ceiling or door. In the case of HS door, owners shall not cover up or paint over the HS door notice, locking bolts or door seal. The old paint on door and door frame is to be removed prior to repainting to avoid increase paint thickness resulting in difficulty in closing and opening of the door. The new paint coat must be dried up completely before closing the door as wet or damp paint will cause the door/rubber gasket to stick onto the door frame resulting in difficulty in opening the door.
      5. Painting on only the exterior face of the 6mm fragmentation stainless steel plate of the ventilation sleeves.
      6. Fixing of removable screws with non-metallic inserts not exceeding 50mm deep for fixtures and equipment e.g. pictures, posters, cabinets or shelves etc. Such fixtures that are installed inside the HS will have to be removed by the owners within 48 hours upon notification. There is no restriction to the diameter of the non-metallic insert as long as it does not exceed 50mm in length. It is the owner's responsibility to ensure that the strength of the insert is adequately provided for the intended purpose.
      7. Power driven nails are allowed only on external face of the HS walls to facilitate flexibility in mounting of features/fixtures of owners.
      8. Applying splatter dash or equivalent to the external face of the HS walls only to provide rough surface for feature wall panels or wall tiles installation.
      9. Removal of the fragmentation plates covering the ventilation openings shall be carried out subject to the following conditions:
        1. The plates (after removal) shall be securely mounted with removable screws on non-metallic inserts not exceeding 50mm deep on one of the internal face of HS walls.
        2. After the removal of plates, the bolts and nuts shall be installed back to their original positions on the ventilation sleeves.
        3. Closing or covering up of ventilation openings by removable aesthetic or architectural finishes is allowed, provided that at least 25% of the total area of the two openings shall be left uncovered for ventilation purposes during peacetime.
      10. Where false ceilings, which are provided on the exterior of the HS, are to be installed at a level below the ventilation sleeves, there shall be one access panel of a minimum size of 600mm x 600mm to be provided directly below each ventilation sleeve.
    3. Works not permitted in HS
      1. Laying of wall tiles or spray of rock tone finish, cement sand finish and gypsum plastering on the internal faces of HS walls.
      2. Laying of floor tiles using adhesive materials.
      3. Laying of 2nd layer of tiles on floor or skirting tiles.
      4. Installation of cornices with the HS.
      5. Installation works with fixings using power driven nails into the internal HS walls.
      6. Tampering with, removing or covering up of the HS door notice. The HS door notice provides important information to the occupants on the use of the HS.
      7. Indiscriminate hacking and drilling of HS walls, floor slabs and ceiling slabs, other than drilling into HS walls and ceiling slab to affix removable screws on inserts, provided the depth of the insert shall not exceed 50mm.
      8. Hacking to both internal and external face of the HS walls to form key for tiling.
      9. Hacking or indiscriminate drilling on external face of HS wall for mounting of feature wall panels or wall tiles installations.
      10. Modifying, altering or tampering of HS door.
      11. Modifying, changing, removing or tampering with any part of the ventilation openings, plates and the mounting devices such as bolts and nuts.
      12. Painting to the interior face of the 6mm fragmentation stainless steel plate of the ventilation sleeves, the ventilation sleeves, "O" ring rubber gaskets and the four or eight numbers of stainless steel bolts which hold the steel plate to the sleeves.
    4. Works not permitted in Non-Shelter (NS)
      Indiscriminate hacking and drilling of NS walls, floor slabs and ceiling slabs, other than drilling into NS walls and ceiling slab to affix removable screws on inserts, provided the depth of the insert shall not exceed 50mm

Electrical Works

  1. Submission of Drawing
    The electrical proposal plan shall be drawn to scale, showing its location of the distribution board, lighting point and power point and single-line diagram. All final sub-circuit shall be labeled and reflected in the layout plan and single-line diagram.
    Subsidiary Proprietor(s) shall submit three (3) copies of the proposed plans endorsed by the relevant parties to the Management Office.
    Note: Hacking of the soffit of the slab shall be endorsed by the Subsidiary Proprietor's Qualified Person (QP).
  2. Endorsement
    All drawings shall be endorsed by a PUB Licensed Electrical Worker (LEW) engaged by the owner of the unit. Three (3) copies are to be forwarded to the Management Office.

Gas Works

  1. Submission of Drawing
    The gas proposal plan shall be drawn to scale, showing its location of the kitchen hood, hob and layout, section and elevation of the gas pipe. The new routing of gas pipe must be clearly indicated.
    Subsidiary Proprietor(s) are to engage the Power Gas Worker to submit two (2) sets of the proposed plan to Power Gas Department for approval.
  2. Endorsement
    All drawings shall be endorsed by Licensed Gas Service Worker engaged by the Subsidiary Proprietor(s). Three (3) are to be forwarded to the Management Office.
  3. Safety Measures for Residents who wish to alter gas pipe connections:
    1. Contact Power Gas to carry out any alteration to gas piping or engage a Licensed Gas Service Worker (LGSW). These LGSWs are licensed under the Public Utilities Act by the Regulation Department to carry out gas installation works. The Regulation department (PUB) maintains a register of all LGSW in Singapore.
    2. Before any alteration works, the LGSW will have to make an application to Power Gas on behalf of the customer. Power Gas will then isolate the piped gas supply to the premises.
    3. LGSW should commence pipe works only upon receipt of notification from Power Gas.
    4. Upon completion of the works the LGSW will conduct a final pressure test, in the presence of Power Gas Officers, to confirm the soundness of the pipe.
    5. Power Gas Officers will then turn-on the gas supply upon successful completion of the test.
      It is an offence under the Public Utilities Act for any person:
      To carry out gas services work without a proper license from the Board.
      It is also an offence under the Public Utilities Act for any person:
    6. To engage any person who is not a licensed gas service worker to perform any gas service work.
    7. In Case of A Gas Leak/Suspected Gas Leak:
      1. Turn off the gas valve.
      2. Open all windows and doors to ventilate the place.
      3. Notify Gas Services & Operations (GSOC) of situation.
      4. Do not try to detect/search for the gas leak. (Do not use any naked light).
      5. Refrain from switching on/off switches and electrical equipment.
      6. Leave the house should the smell become intoxicating.
      7. Wait for service crew technicians to arrive.
    8. Important Telephone Numbers:
      1. City Gas 24-Hour Gas Services & Operations Center (GSOC) 1800-752-1800. (Report of supply interruption, low pressure and gas leakage).
        Power Gas Supply Application, gas installation and Enquiries 1800-555-1661.

Air-Conditioners

  1. Submission of Drawing
    The air conditioning proposal plan shall be drawn to scale showing the new location of fan coil units, condensing units and layout, section and elevation. The routing of refrigerant pipe and condensate drain pipe must be clearly indicated.
  2. Endorsement
    All drawings shall be endorsed by the Subsidiary Proprietor's Qualified Person engaged by the Subsidiary Proprietor(s). Three (3) copies are to be forwarded to the Management Office.

Grilles

  1. Sliding Doors, Windows and Yards
    Grilles to sliding doors, windows and yard areas should conform to the approved designs and the colour code as specified in 8.7.4.5 Part C. All grilles should be installed within the apartment and the strata boundary of the Unit.
  2. Endorsement
    Subsidiary Proprietor(s) shall obtain the acknowledgement from the Management before commencing any grille installation.
  3. Grille Designs
    SPECIFICATIONS
    1. Material: Aluminium Powder Coating
      Colour Code: APR9888cs19 Brown or equivalent.
    2. Material: Wrought Iron
      Colour Code: IC18YR 11/151 Coffee Bean (ICI Dulux Superlux Trade Gloss Finish) or equivalent