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  2. Part 5: Electrical Sub Station (ESS) at HDB Kempas Residences It is good that the ESS is partially facing the entrance towards one of the Boon Keng MRT's entrance/exit. Even if Block 2B stack #39 is closest to this ESS, seems non threating. Especially if one does not purchase units at levels 2 or 3. If so, this is fine or okay.
  3. Part 4: Good that Block 2B stacks #36 and #37 does not directly face the Central Sikh Temple as shown, below:- Above: A section of the HDB sales brochure superimposed onto the onemap streetmap.
  4. Part 6: 1966 Streetmap shows HDB Champions Green (circled in red) was formerly on virgin land This plot is midway between Mandai Road and Woodlands estate.
  5. Part 5: Precinct Pavilion and HDB Champions Green Best to avoid low floors of the following stacks/units: #171, #191, #193 & #195
  6. Part 4: Sampling of Potential Poison arrow from sharp corner of neighbouring buildings aimed towards a unit:- Please note that the above list is not exhaustive as I simply did a quick glance of Champions Green site plan only.
  7. Part 3: Common Bins / Bin Lobby and HDB Champions Green 1. Best to avoid purchasing one of these stacks/units: #127, #153, #195, #227 & #237 as their main bedroom doors are just too close to the rubbish bin lobby area. 2. In addition, it can also affect future resale value.
  8. Part 2: First Impressions? Wow! Nice name! Champions Green @ Champions Way "We are the champions! LOL" O'Dear! The name just back-fired!
  9. Part 2: Potential poison arrow(s) from sharp corners of neighbouring blocks 1. Please note that this is just a sampling. And not an exhaustive lists of potential poison arrows. (There are lots more of such poison arrows.) 2. The attached is illustrative only... 3. It is inevitable that blocks that are angled 90 degrees in close proximity mighl have potential poison arrows aimed toward another neighbouring stack/unit.
  10. Part 3: Precinct Pavilion (PP) and HDB Kempas Residences It is good that the single precinct pavilion is placed close to the busy road junction. Avoid low floors of stacks #1 and #3 which is directly facing the PP.
  11. Part 2: Common Rubbish Bins and HDB Kempas Residences Two stacks that should pay consideration are #29 and #37. As they are the closest to the common rubbish bins lobby.
  12. Part 6: Electrical Sub Station (ESS) and HDB Garden Vale Although some stacks are close-by to the ESS. They are a service road away. And should not be a major concern. Unless one purchase units at #02 which may just look at the flat roofs of these ESS. Again, not a major issue.
  13. Part 5: Precinct Pavilion and HDB Garden Vale 1. Good that the planners place each of the two precint pavilions diagonally opposite side of the development. Call it good "old" school planning. 2. As such few lower unit stacks have a view into the Precinct Pavilion.
  14. Part 4: HDG Garden Vale and Lobby Common Rubbish Bins Not perfect but reasonable given that no unit's main entrance or main door has a view of the common bin lobby or the rubbish bins.
  15. Part 3: Stepped or Jaggered edge border of HDB Garden Vale. Is this FAKE news? 1. One would have thought that the border shared between HDB Garden Vale and it's neighbouring plot would be in a straight or slightly curved line. 2. But if one were to look at the HDB Garden Vale site plan, it is highly noticeable that this border takes a very unusual stepped or jaggered edge profile. Was the planner in a drunk state when he/she drew this site plan? 3. Such stepped or jagged edge shape is unfriendly under Shapes and Forms Feng Shui. 4. Imagine if the neighbour is an Executive Condo or Condo. Building their fencing not only costs more.. but may look weird after the built. But if there are ground floor units within this EC/Condo.. good luck to these units! LOL 5. Why can't the planner do it like this? 6. In addition the Notes seems nowadays to have more and more escape clauses... LOL
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  17. Part 2: Site Reserved for Temple at 8'Oclock of HDB Garden Vale 1. Always seems like a taboo to purchase a unit next to a site reserved for a Chinese temple: 2. Below: A temple can be build following one of these profiles: A, B or C:- 2.1. PROFILE TYPE: B 2.1.1 Most likely we may leave out B given that many temples often do not like to be built based purely on the North/South cardinal points of 0/360 and 180 degrees. 2.1.2 In addition, may be quite awkward as it is like placing a square peg in a round hole. Here, the plot cannot be fully maximised. 2.2. PROFILE TYPE: A 2.2.1 This could most likely be the future profile/outline of the temple. 2.2.2 Here, the temple will be facing SW, sitting NE. In some instances can activate a spiritual portal of : Devil's gate: Devil's front door and Devil's back door. More about this can be found under this link:- 2.2. PROFILE TYPE: C 2.2.1 This profile is equally less likely because of the outline of the plot of land. 2.2.2 A few famous Singapore monastery is aligned in such a profile. 2.2.3 For example: Two of the most famous Monasteries in Singapore: Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery and Lian Shan Shuang Lin Monastery at Toa Payoh:-
  18. Part 1: HDB Sales Brochure Information Resources 2-room Flexi, 3-, and 4-room Flats Kempas Residences will be located just off Kempas Road, and bounded by Serangoon Road, Lavender Street, and Boon Keng Road. There are 4 residential blocks ranging from 29 to 37 storeys in height. You can choose your home from 583 units of 2-room Flexi, 3-, and 4-room flats. The 2-room Flexi flats in this development are only offered to seniors (aged 55 and above) on short leases between 15 and 45 years (in 5-year increments).
  19. Part 1: HDB Sales Brochure Information Resources Plantation Acres Plantation Acres will be sited along Plantation Crescent. This development comprises 9 residential blocks ranging from 7 to 14 storeys. You can choose from 1,193 units of 2-room Flexi, 3-, 4-, and 5-room flats. The name ‘Plantation Acres’ is inspired by the green spaces within the development. About Plantation District Key amenities such as a Community Club, Neighbourhood Centre, and a shopping street will line the Plantation Farmway, making it a vibrant spot for residents to gather. There will be opportunities for facilities such as organic markets and farm-to-table dining.
  20. Part 1: HDB Sales Brochure Information Resources 2-room Flexi, 3-, 4-, and 5-room flats Located in the new Tengah town, Garden Vale @ Tengah will be located in the Garden District, while Plantation Acres will be in the Plantation District. Both developments are located near upcoming amenities such as a neighbourhood centre, a community club, and Jurong Region Line MRT stations. The developments will be served by bus services leading to the city and nearby towns. Residents will also be able to walk and cycle everywhere in Tengah, with an extensive network of walking and cycling paths. The Plantation and Garden Farmways are key features of the Plantation and Garden Districts, that will foster a new lifestyle centred around community gardening and urban farming. You can choose your home from 2,180 units of 2-room Flexi, 3-, 4-, and 5-room flats. Please refer to the site plans for the facilities to be provided in these developments. Facilities in these developments will be accessible by the public. Garden Vale @ Tengah will be bounded by Plantation Crescent, Tengah Boulevard and Tengah Drive. The development comprises 8 residential blocks with heights staggering from 7 to 14 storeys, creating the tapered look of valleys nestled amid garden spaces. Follow the meandering landscaped spaces and discover suitable nooks for quiet contemplation, leisure, and outdoor fun. You can choose from 987 units of 2-room Flexi, 3-, 4-, and 5-room flats. About Garden District Garden District is framed by Tengah Pond and Central Park. This picturesque setting will be complemented by the garden-themed farmway, which encourages healthy and active living. Themed playgrounds inspired by nature or motifs such as flowers and garden creatures strengthen the visual identity of Garden District and encourage imaginative play. Green markers at key entry points along the Garden District, such as botanical arbours framed with flowering creepers, provide shade and visual respite from the urban landscape. An array of amenities such as eateries, school, and retail shops, will be available in Garden District to meet the daily needs of residents.
  21. Part 1: HDB Sales Brochure Information Resources 2-room Flexi, 3-, 4-, and 5-room flats Champions Green will be bounded by Champions Way and Woodlands Drive 17. It comprises 6 residential blocks that are 10 storeys high. The development’s name describes the green spaces in the estate that are designed to promote healthy and active lifestyles. You can choose your home from 722 units of 2-room Flexi, 3-, 4-, and 5-room flats.
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  23. These are some considerations: 1. There are always differences in opinions. It depends on whom you ask this question. 1.1 Some Feng Shui Masters (FSMs) would say NW1. While others would still say that NW2. 1.2 Some FSMs would say NW1. But temporary. As ultimately, the actual facing of the house is still NW2. 1.3 Those who say that it will become NW1 based their belief of symbolism. This group simply "eats and sleep" on the "Main Entrance Door". And their Feng Shui revolves around this Main Entrance Door. If one encounters this group of FSMs. Their answer is always NW1. 1.4. I am more inclined towards Para 1.1. and 1.2. Thus, NW2. 2. Frankly, as mentioned above, the reply depends on WHOM one seeks advice from. 3. The above falls under the Compass School of Feng Shui = Flying Star Feng Shui. 4. The other application of tilting of the main door is to steer away from poison arrow such as a lamp post aimed towards a main door etc... 5. Search for Hyatt Hotel and one can find photos in this forum of such a tilt at the frontage of Hyatt Hotel. It is based on Castle Gate Theory. (This is an advanced theory and many FSMs today don't really know what it is or how to apply this. LOL!) 5.1. And the benefit here is both the "flow of qi" as well as avoid poison arrows (if any) where tilting a door symbolise that the main door may no longer face directly e.g. a lamp post.
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  25. Hello Master my door is angled Northwest 1 and my lot facing the road is sitting on Northwest 2... is my house considered Nw 1 or Nw 2 ? Thank you for your reply!
  26. Current demolition to cater for Amber Park.. Pretty noisy and dusty... For this... Amber Park...
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