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  3. Case Study 6B: Potential Poison Arrow from the sharp corner of the corridor side-wall. 1. Illustration showing the sharp corner of the corridor wall / railing aimed towards stack #450 main entrance door/opening. 2. Purple arrow is aimed towards stack #448. 3. Below: Full illustration showing the two stacks/units in relation to the common lobby area: 4. The four (4) additional stacks are: #324, #326, #372 and #374 with similar concerns or issues. 4.1. Sample photo showing similar sharp corners aimed towards the main entrance door: 4.2 Two photos extracted from the above link. 4.2.1 Note: Above is not from HDB Garden Vines (in the event that it had T.O.P. Clue = photo taken sometime in the year 2011.
  4. Case 6A: Sha Qi from a long straight corridor leading towards the main entrance door(s) 1. It is certainly a surprise to see this type of block / corridor arrangement where a long corridor flows towards the main entrance doors. 2. However, there are still some layouts that are not exactly straight flowing but at a slight angle leading indirectly towards a main door. 3. I observed none at all from January 2019 till I saw this.. 4. A total of four (4) stacks have a long straight corridor leading towards their main entrance door: 4.1. The thin red lines is like a crude "waves" or disturbed qi:- 5.1. Above: Showing the corridor leading towards stacks #448 and #450. 6. In additional there are four more stacks with the same corridor layout orientation:- 6.1. Above: The four (4) additional stacks are: #324, #326, #372 and #374. 7. If you intend to have a habit of leaving the main entrance door opened majority of the time when at home... should consider looking elsewhere.
  5. Case Study 5: Common Bin Lobby (CBL) and near-by units 1. Where possible try to avoid purchasing a unit at stack #348 and #392. This is because the CBL is close-by to the frontage of the unit. 1.1 Of course, if the CBL is well-maintained and clean and tidy is fine. 1.2. But what happens if one has neighbours that dump junk and waste materials outside the bins. 1.3. For example, hopefully, no inconsiderate home owners dump or discard durian shells and eaten seeds at the lobby. Hopefully, the wind does not blow these smells towards one's living rooms and open bedroom windows at stacks #348 and #392.
  6. Case Study 4: Samples of Potential Poison arrow aimed towards a unit 1. The block layouts HDB Garden Vines ensure that there are many sharp corners of neighbouring blocks aimed towards a unit. 2. Frankly, I tried my best to locate as many such potential poison arrors. 3. However, as you can see the illustration below is a tangled web of lines and arrow. 4. Thus, if you can understand the methology, I am sure you may be able to spot another unit with the same concern...
  7. Case Study 3: If these zig-zag and jagged boundary is true than this has to be one of the weirdest "division" of property! 1. Luckily both plots: HDB Garden Vines and HDB Garden Vale are public plots of land. 2. Imagine if one day it becomes SERS or either plot sold to private developers, many developers would think twice about purchasing the plot of land. 3. Just imagine, if a developer of an EC/condo may have to spent lots more to install their boundary wall or fencing, here! 4. Truly, honestly, this is the first ever development in Singapore or for that matter in the entire world that has such a dividing line! Crazy! The planner of HDB Garden Vale must either be very drunk or intoxicated or most likely by now could be resting at IMH (Institute of Mental Health, Hougang). 4. Technically, if it is just drawn here as a virtual border, then really no issue. As even if there is a fence between the two plots; the sharp corners of such a fence is low. And often does not go up to 2nd storeys. 5. Most likely this stepped or jagged edges had led the planners of HDB Garden Vines to plan the blocks parallel to the RED border-line.
  8. Case 8: Is it a concern if my unit faces a school? 1. Two stacks #366 and #368 are directly facing a future school. 2. While stacks #338 and #340 is also facing the future school but closer to it's fringe. 3. It is good that these four stacks are a considerable distance away from the school and usually the classrooms along this stretch. 3.1. Thus, it is as far as it gets. 3.2. Some consider a school especially after school hours and during long periods of school holidays Yin = quite, no activity. 3.3. And living too close to a too Yin location is considered not ideal. 4. Other concerns include:- 4.1. Expect around 2 or 2 1/2 plus years for construction work on a school. If so, expect noise and dusts during this period. 4.2. It is recommended to purchase a unit that is at least 6th storey's high. 4.2.1. This is to avoid a potential poison arrow from the roof-line of the school slicing towards an openin of a unit: be it the living room windows or bedroom windows.
  9. Case 7: Units with a view of the Common Bin Lobby (CBL) or main door close to it 1. Under Symbolism in Feng Shui, it is considered inauspicious to see the CBL from the main entrance as shown under the YELLOW colour code:- 2. Best also to avoid purchasing stacks/units colour coded in RED = especially #481, #468, #490 and even #300. 3. Colour coded in Green is considered not perfect. But can be considered if one want to.
  10. Case Study 6: Is there an issue buying a unit close-by to an Electrical Sub-Station (ESS)? 1. Frankly, there is no known effects of even living directly above an ESS. 2. In fact for this development, the two ESS are a reasonable distance away from the stacks highlighed in yellow. 3. Thus there should be no excuse when it comes to a resale, here.
  11. Case Study 5: Advisable to avoid purchasing a low floor unit that may have a view into the interior of a Precinct Pavilion (PP) 1. The planners of this development did a good job to tuck both PPs at each end of the development with one side of it facing a road. 1.1. This means that there will be lesser units facing towards and/or looking into the PP. 2. Below: HDB Plantation Village where one of the PPs is wraped around Two Blocks: 125A and 125B:- 2. Here, whenever there are activities be it a wake/funeral = chants and religious ceremonies performed or say functions like a Malay wedding.. could mean some sound (noise) generated and spread towards the inner stacks/units of this two blocks:-
  12. Case Study 4: Sha Qi or Poison arrow from neighbouring block's sharp corner 1. Every corner I turn to in this site plan is like a web of poison arrows... 2. Below: Stack #440 has two poison arrows aimed at it. So as stack #494! 3. Can I be 100% sure that there is a potential arrow aimed towards my unit? 4. A poison arrow from a sharp corner can only happen if it is aimed towards a unit's opening such as the living room window (hard to cure).. to aimed at a bedroom window... 4.1 Ultimately, one has to physically present within the unit: standing inside each window area looking outwards... otherwise, your guess is good as mine.
  13. Hi! Are you new here? Please don't waste each others time by posting certain questions.... Also this forum is not interested about my birthday or what I would like to buy. Also forum users here are also not interested in your birthday or whether you are considering stack #171 or #173 etc... Anyway all messages in this forum needs to be verified. Go ahead... the posting will not see day-light.. LOL
  14. Hi! Are you new here? Please don't waste each others time by posting certain questions.... Also this forum is not interested about my birthday or what I would like to buy. Also forum users here are also not interested in your birthday or whether you are considering stack #209 or #309 etc... Anyway all messages in this forum needs to be verified. Go ahead... the posting will not see day-light.. LOL
  15. Case 6B: Type 2 Sha Qi from potential poison arrow(s) where the unit faces the side of another unit. 1. In this example, stack #285 is affected by the Type 2 Sha Qi. The Sha Qi comes from stack #309. 2. In addition from around 12pm and depending on the floor level of the unit, the frontage of stack #309 also also get the reflected sunlight glare from the sidewall of stack #309. 3. Thus the higher one's unit is at #309, the longer the duration of exposure to this glare. 4. The glare from the sidewall of #309 also depends on the painted exterior wall. If the wall is painted white or light colours.. the higher the intensity of the glare perhaps around 12pm to maybe even 3 or 3.40pm. 5. In addition, from stack #285, one can also look towards the yard area of both stacks #311 and #309. More examples of Type 2 Sha Qi can be found under this link:- x
  16. Case 6A: Type 1 Sha Qi from potential poison arrow(s) from a neighbouring Block's sharp corner 1. There are potential poison arrows, here:- From #227 aimed towards #209 From #289 aimed towards #309 From #295 aimed towards #327 From #455 aimed towards #473 From #467 aimed towards #211 2. How can I be sure that these stacks/units are 100% affected? 2.1. As mentioned under above Case Study 4, the only certainty is to be physically on-site to confirm this. For example, hopefully the sharp corner is not aimed towards an open window of a unit. Note: This is a sampling exercise. And it is not exhaustive to identify other potential poison arrows (if any).
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  18. Case Study 5: Is there any issue if my unit looks into the Precinct Pavilion (PP)? 1. The main concern is that wakes/funerals are unplanned. And sometimes, it may even occur during one's festive day such as 1st or 2nd day of Chinese New Year. 2. Frankly, newer developments seems to have less funeral or wake activities than aging estates. But we may never know, here. 3. If possible, try to avoid low floors (e.g. at least 2nd to 5th storeys) of these stacks:- #273 #275 #277 #279 #429 #431 3.1 While if there are activities, here, one may hear sounds coming from the PP:- #245 #271 #281 #307 #423 #475
  19. Case Study 4: Potential Sha Qi (Poison arrow) from sharp corner of neighbouring development aimed towards four stacks in HDB Plantation Village 1. It is highly possible that these four stacks: #217, #341, #405 & #461 may be affected from sharp corner of neighbouring development's sharp corner. 2. Please note that this list may not be exhaustive. As I did a quick sampling of this estate. 3. Often if the sharp corner has to be aimed towards a unit's opening such as the living room window(s) and or a bedroom window to be classified as a poison arrow. 4. To be 100% sure, it is best to be physically present at the unit.. standing inside all windows and looking outwards to check. 4.1. If the sharp corner or poison arrow is aimed towards the middle windows of the living room.. harder to cure.. given that it is not possible to draw down the curtains all day long. 4.2. Often a simple cure is: "If cannot see the threat, it no longer becomes an issue".... 5. On the safe side... do be hesitant.. when looking at these stacks..
  20. Case Study 3: Any concern with the Bin Centre (Pneumatic Waste Conveyance System) PWCS? 1. Common sense says to avoid purchasing a unit just beside the PWCS. 2. Thus #231 #233 and #235 should be your last conseration! 3. There is always a stigma with stacks/units facing the PWCS especially stacks 267 and 265. In addition, these two stacks are also directly facing the PWCS + Electrical Sub-station. 4. Contrast this to HDB Tampines Green Glen where the PWCS is literally out-of-sight and out-of-mind.2. This PWCS is neatly tucked away with the Electrical Sub-Station (ESS) attched to the MSCP. Kudos there! Not this development-:( 5. Conservatively, or in our local language, let's be Kiasu and Kiasee and TRY, yes TRY to avoid purchasing a unit within the RED boxed area! 6. If you really don't have a choice.. at least purchase a unit that looks away from the PWCS. Further stacks such as 241 seems okay. Stacks 273 and 275 maybe okay.. But I will discuss these two stacks in another Part/Case Study as these stacks especially low floors may face into the Precinct Pavilion. 7. However, if one has heard the nightmare / education required / several circulars of some exisiting condos e.g. CDL developments like The Venue etc... their is some learning curve as to what not to throw into the respective unit's common bins. 7.1. Else, the management or for this case the Town Council may frequently sent circulars "not to abuse" these bins. 7.2. For CDL developments... above these PWCS, there is often a signage with as many as 8 or more icons telling people not to throw this, or that or that... ! Related resource : Case Study 4: Any concern with the Bin Centre (PneumaticWaste Conveyance System) PWCS?1. Great that for HDB Tampines Green Glen, the PWCS is literally out-of-sight and out-of-mind.2. This PWCS is neatly tucked away with the Electrical Sub-Station (ESS) attched to the MSCP. Kudos,...
  21. Part 9A: Where possible avoid low floors especially 2nd or 3rd storeys of Block 651A stack #302. 1. This is because low storeys of #302 can be affect by Sha Qi from vehicles turning into the development. 2. Okay, one might say, there are not many vehicles that turn in following the RED arrow.... 3. (Below) Please don't be too prematurely happy... as there will certainly be lots of vehicles during certain times of the day that turn towards the PURPLE arrow towards HDB Yio Chu Kang Beacon MSCP.... Part 9B: Traffic flow along a development's service road is expected to be slow moving. Thus generally, should not cause any imbalance or sha qi towards Block 651A stack #312. 1. In the unlikely even that there are a few F1 drivers living in this development, be kiasu and totally avoid #02-312. 2. Anything above this level should have no cause for concern. 3. Although I highlighted stack #314, this stack/unit totally has no worries. 4. Another consideration is often a stigma attached to a unit facing a road. To some just any road! 4.1. As stack #312 is considered as facing a road; in the near future if one wants to sell such a unit; may see potential buyers concerned with this! May make it a tough sale or even "low-ball offers".
  22. Part 8A: Kudos to the planner of this estate for locating the single Precinct Pavilion (PP) out of direct (frontage) sight of any stacks/units. 1. In my opinion (if I recall correctly) this is the one and only HDB develop this year that does not have any stacks/units directly facing a Precinct Pavilion. 2. If you are new here and wondering why it is not favourable? 3. Funeral wakes cannot be pre-planned. Thus, one cannot control the use of such a pavilion during festive ocassions. Touch-wood! For the Chinese, it is hoped that there is no wake occuring in a pavilion if one's unit is say at 2nd storey directly facing INTO a pavilion. 4. For this develope stack #358 is the only stack/unit closest to the PP. And only low floors may view into the PP. However, if one purchase a low floor e.g. 2nd to say 5th storey, one may hear religious chants or even religious music played there. 5. On happy occasions especially a Malay wedding.. do expect some music/announcements or even the smell of curries etc... 6. Low floors of Stack #356 may or may not hear the activities at the PP. Part 8A: Electrical Sub-Station (ESS). Again, the planners did an excellent job in placing the development's ESS on both sides of the IN/OUT. 1. Again, no stacks/units are that close the ESS in this development.
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  24. 17.11.2019 Mosque to the left of the photos: Pretty soon site will be fenced up.
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