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  1. Case Study 4: A bad case of poor planning for the future! 1. Knowing well that Tampines Link to be expunged in the future. 2. And that HDB lease is expected to last at least 50 to 99 years, the planners of this estate should have moved up the three blocks 665A, B and C closer to the fringe of this park and facing Sungei Api Api. 2.1. Instead of placing the Precinct Pavilion, the Electrical Substation (ESS) and even the Multi Storey Car Park (MSCP) at this side of the development. 3. A case of poor foresight and future proof the estate for the residents there.
  2. Case Study 3: All stacks/units in this develop ends in a odd number. Thus there is number 244 at HDB Tampines GreenCrest 1. Some locals don't like a number like #04-244 or #14-244. 2. Great that there can never be a number that ends with a 4 at Tampines GreenCrest. 3. However, not great if your lucky number happens to be 244. If so, perhaps, bid for a 244 for your next car number plate. LOL. 4. Could this be the reason why HDB uses odd stack numbers for this and many other developments? 5. HDB please be transparent and clarify for us - if this is true?
  3. Case Study 2: "Gluttony is a sin. Indeed if you eat at this address: 666! LOL" 1. The good news is that it is 100% God given that the neighbourhood of Tampines will never ever have a residential block named after the christian's devil's number of 666! 2. The same cannot be said for the rest of the countries other neighbourhoods! 3. However, it may not be ideal for a superstitious christian to be setting up a stall, working at a stall or even found eating, here! 4. At least, the christian may say that he/she is not staying there, right? LOL
  4. Case Study 2: What's in a name like Parc Residences? (Actung/Caution: This is a fictious story.) HDB CEO: "I have a total of five siblings". HDB CEO: "To tell you the truth, my siblings each live (condos only} in Parc Botannia, Parc Centros, Parc Rivera and Parc Life." HDB CEO: "My youngest brother has his eyes for a home at Tengah! What better way then to name this one Parc Residences. And let him get a unit, here! - not condo nevermind - sounds like can already." HDB CEO: "Get it, Got it?" LOL (Actung: This is a fictious story. Hearsay only, LAH!) Hopefully, MND don't issue me a Pofma to retract this message... LOL MND Minister: "Message fictious! Parc Botannia has not even T.O.P. Here's the Pofma!"
  5. Case Study 1A: The " Smart Pneumatic Waste Conveyance System (PWCS) to optimise the deployment of resources for cleaner and fuss-free waste disposal" 1. In my opinion, Hong Leong /CDL seems to be an early adopter of this Pneumatic Waste Collection System in many of of their new developments. 1.1. For this HDB BTO November 2020 launch, Champion Bliss, Urbanville, Tampines GreenCrest, Tampines GreenGlade, Tampines GreenOpal, Parc Residences all have this "SMART" PWCS. 1.2. Hopefully, the addition of the word SMART is something that is different from any of the past PWCS. 1.3. In fact, a PWCS or maybe not so "smart" ones will be installed at a condo = Forett , HDB Plantaion Village (Nov 2019), Tampines GreenWave, Tampines GreenGem etc... 2. For example, when The Venue (a CDL project) had just T.O.P.:- 3. This signage (see above) was displayed at the common bin. There are like Twelve (12) cautionary: what not to:- 4. There was a cautionary sign with lots of Don'ts. 5. A while back at The Criterion also by CDL. This notice (User guide) was displayed at the common bin area:- 6. Hopefully, the residents may come to terms to avoid doing all these don'ts:- 7. If managed properly, one can understand the savings in terms of maintenance costs (if any)... and good for the daily Cleaners. 8. Presently not all other Developers follow this lead. Thus with the manual system, although there are occasional issues; but less so. Case Study 1B: Plight of residents of HDB Yuhua BTO which was installed also with the Pneumatic Waste Collection System (PWCS). 9. As expected. It takes just one or two inconsiderate residents to make a mess of this system... 10. Imagine 4 years and more of tolerance. 11. Residents reported:- 12. Persistent odour 13. Foul smell exuding from the centralised bin centre at Blk 223A of Jurong East Street 21 has been a persistent problem in Yuhua since the PWCS started. 14. According to a recent report from the Chinese evening newspaper Lianhe Wanbao, residents have been bearing with the smelly environment for the past four years. 15. Some residents also feedback of bulky items such as large soft toys, cardboards and mattresses, which choke up the pipe network. The cleaners will have to manually clear these items from the PWCS. 16. The success depends on the users of the PWCS. 17. There is no other choice for such estates.
  6. Case Study 1A: The " Smart Pneumatic Waste Conveyance System (PWCS) to optimise the deployment of resources for cleaner and fuss-free waste disposal" 1. In my opinion, Hong Leong /CDL seems to be an early adopter of this Pneumatic Waste Collection System in many of of their new developments. 1.1. For this HDB BTO November 2020 launch, Champion Bliss, Urbanville, Tampines GreenCrest, Tampines GreenGlade, Tampines GreenOpal, Parc Residences all have this "SMART" PWCS. 1.2. Hopefully, the addition of the word SMART is something that is different from any of the past PWCS. 1.3. In fact, a PWCS or maybe not so "smart" ones will be installed at a condo = Forett , HDB Plantaion Village (Nov 2019), Tampines GreenWave, Tampines GreenGem etc... 2. For example, when The Venue (a CDL project) had just T.O.P.:- 3. This signage (see above) was displayed at the common bin. There are like Twelve (12) cautionary: what not to:- 4. There was a cautionary sign with lots of Don'ts. 5. A while back at The Criterion also by CDL. This notice (User guide) was displayed at the common bin area:- 6. Hopefully, the residents may come to terms to avoid doing all these don'ts:- 7. If managed properly, one can understand the savings in terms of maintenance costs (if any)... and good for the daily Cleaners. 8. Presently not all other Developers follow this lead. Thus with the manual system, although there are occasional issues; but less so. Case Study 1B: Plight of residents of HDB Yuhua BTO which was installed also with the Pneumatic Waste Collection System (PWCS). 9. As expected. It takes just one or two inconsiderate residents to make a mess of this system... 10. Imagine 4 years and more of tolerance. 11. Residents reported:- 12. Persistent odour 13. Foul smell exuding from the centralised bin centre at Blk 223A of Jurong East Street 21 has been a persistent problem in Yuhua since the PWCS started. 14. According to a recent report from the Chinese evening newspaper Lianhe Wanbao, residents have been bearing with the smelly environment for the past four years. 15. Some residents also feedback of bulky items such as large soft toys, cardboards and mattresses, which choke up the pipe network. The cleaners will have to manually clear these items from the PWCS. 16. The success depends on the users of the PWCS. 17. There is no other choice for such estates.
  7. Case Study 1A: The " Smart Pneumatic Waste Conveyance System (PWCS) to optimise the deployment of resources for cleaner and fuss-free waste disposal" 1. In my opinion, Hong Leong /CDL seems to be an early adopter of this Pneumatic Waste Collection System in many of of their new developments. 1.1. For this HDB BTO November 2020 launch, Champion Bliss, Urbanville, Tampines GreenCrest, Tampines GreenGlade, Tampines GreenOpal, Parc Residences all have this "SMART" PWCS. 1.2. Hopefully, the addition of the word SMART is something that is different from any of the past PWCS. 1.3. In fact, a PWCS or maybe not so "smart" ones will be installed at a condo = Forett , HDB Plantaion Village (Nov 2019), Tampines GreenWave, Tampines GreenGem etc... 2. For example, when The Venue (a CDL project) had just T.O.P.:- 3. This signage (see above) was displayed at the common bin. There are like Twelve (12) cautionary: what not to:- 4. There was a cautionary sign with lots of Don'ts. 5. A while back at The Criterion also by CDL. This notice (User guide) was displayed at the common bin area:- 6. Hopefully, the residents may come to terms to avoid doing all these don'ts:- 7. If managed properly, one can understand the savings in terms of maintenance costs (if any)... and good for the daily Cleaners. 8. Presently not all other Developers follow this lead. Thus with the manual system, although there are occasional issues; but less so. Case Study 1B: Plight of residents of HDB Yuhua BTO which was installed also with the Pneumatic Waste Collection System (PWCS). 9. As expected. It takes just one or two inconsiderate residents to make a mess of this system... 10. Imagine 4 years and more of tolerance. 11. Residents reported:- 12. Persistent odour 13. Foul smell exuding from the centralised bin centre at Blk 223A of Jurong East Street 21 has been a persistent problem in Yuhua since the PWCS started. 14. According to a recent report from the Chinese evening newspaper Lianhe Wanbao, residents have been bearing with the smelly environment for the past four years. 15. Some residents also feedback of bulky items such as large soft toys, cardboards and mattresses, which choke up the pipe network. The cleaners will have to manually clear these items from the PWCS. 16. The success depends on the users of the PWCS. 17. There is no other choice for such estates.
  8. Case Study 1A: The " Smart Pneumatic Waste Conveyance System (PWCS) to optimise the deployment of resources for cleaner and fuss-free waste disposal" 1. In my opinion, Hong Leong /CDL seems to be an early adopter of this Pneumatic Waste Collection System in many of of their new developments. 1.1. For this HDB BTO November 2020 launch, Champion Bliss, Urbanville, Tampines GreenCrest, Tampines GreenGlade, Tampines GreenOpal, Parc Residences all have this "SMART" PWCS. 1.2. Hopefully, the addition of the word SMART is something that is different from any of the past PWCS. 1.3. In fact, a PWCS or maybe not so "smart" ones will be installed at a condo = Forett , HDB Plantaion Village (Nov 2019), Tampines GreenWave, Tampines GreenGem etc... 2. For example, when The Venue (a CDL project) had just T.O.P.:- 3. This signage (see above) was displayed at the common bin. There are like Twelve (12) cautionary: what not to:- 4. There was a cautionary sign with lots of Don'ts. 5. A while back at The Criterion also by CDL. This notice (User guide) was displayed at the common bin area:- 6. Hopefully, the residents may come to terms to avoid doing all these don'ts:- 7. If managed properly, one can understand the savings in terms of maintenance costs (if any)... and good for the daily Cleaners. 8. Presently not all other Developers follow this lead. Thus with the manual system, although there are occasional issues; but less so. Case Study 1B: Plight of residents of HDB Yuhua BTO which was installed also with the Pneumatic Waste Collection System (PWCS). 9. As expected. It takes just one or two inconsiderate residents to make a mess of this system... 10. Imagine 4 years and more of tolerance. 11. Residents reported:- 12. Persistent odour 13. Foul smell exuding from the centralised bin centre at Blk 223A of Jurong East Street 21 has been a persistent problem in Yuhua since the PWCS started. 14. According to a recent report from the Chinese evening newspaper Lianhe Wanbao, residents have been bearing with the smelly environment for the past four years. 15. Some residents also feedback of bulky items such as large soft toys, cardboards and mattresses, which choke up the pipe network. The cleaners will have to manually clear these items from the PWCS. 16. The success depends on the users of the PWCS. 17. There is no other choice for such estates.
  9. Case Study 1A: The " Smart Pneumatic Waste Conveyance System (PWCS) to optimise the deployment of resources for cleaner and fuss-free waste disposal" 1. In my opinion, Hong Leong /CDL seems to be an early adopter of this Pneumatic Waste Collection System in many of of their new developments. 1.1. For this HDB BTO November 2020 launch, Champion Bliss, Urbanville, Tampines GreenCrest, Tampines GreenGlade, Tampines GreenOpal, Parc Residences all have this "SMART" PWCS. 1.2. Hopefully, the addition of the word SMART is something that is different from any of the past PWCS. 1.3. In fact, a PWCS or maybe not so "smart" ones will be installed at a condo = Forett , HDB Plantaion Village (Nov 2019), Tampines GreenWave, Tampines GreenGem etc... 2. For example, when The Venue (a CDL project) had just T.O.P.:- 3. This signage (see above) was displayed at the common bin. There are like Twelve (12) cautionary: what not to:- 4. There was a cautionary sign with lots of Don'ts. 5. A while back at The Criterion also by CDL. This notice (User guide) was displayed at the common bin area:- 6. Hopefully, the residents may come to terms to avoid doing all these don'ts:- 7. If managed properly, one can understand the savings in terms of maintenance costs (if any)... and good for the daily Cleaners. 8. Presently not all other Developers follow this lead. Thus with the manual system, although there are occasional issues; but less so. Case Study 1B: Plight of residents of HDB Yuhua BTO which was installed also with the Pneumatic Waste Collection System (PWCS). 9. As expected. It takes just one or two inconsiderate residents to make a mess of this system... 10. Imagine 4 years and more of tolerance. 11. Residents reported:- 12. Persistent odour 13. Foul smell exuding from the centralised bin centre at Blk 223A of Jurong East Street 21 has been a persistent problem in Yuhua since the PWCS started. 14. According to a recent report from the Chinese evening newspaper Lianhe Wanbao, residents have been bearing with the smelly environment for the past four years. 15. Some residents also feedback of bulky items such as large soft toys, cardboards and mattresses, which choke up the pipe network. The cleaners will have to manually clear these items from the PWCS. 16. The success depends on the users of the PWCS. 17. There is no other choice for such estates.
  10. Case Study 1A: The " Smart Pneumatic Waste Conveyance System (PWCS) to optimise the deployment of resources for cleaner and fuss-free waste disposal" 1. In my opinion, Hong Leong /CDL seems to be an early adopter of this Pneumatic Waste Collection System in many of of their new developments. 1.1. For this HDB BTO November 2020 launch, Champion Bliss, Urbanville, Tampines GreenCrest, Tampines GreenGlade, Tampines GreenOpal, Parc Residences all have this "SMART" PWCS. 1.2. Hopefully, the addition of the word SMART is something that is different from any of the past PWCS. 1.3. In fact, a PWCS or maybe not so "smart" ones will be installed at a condo = Forett , HDB Plantaion Village (Nov 2019), Tampines GreenWave, Tampines GreenGem etc... 2. For example, when The Venue (a CDL project) had just T.O.P.:- 3. This signage (see above) was displayed at the common bin. There are like Twelve (12) cautionary: what not to:- 4. There was a cautionary sign with lots of Don'ts. 5. A while back at The Criterion also by CDL. This notice (User guide) was displayed at the common bin area:- 6. Hopefully, the residents may come to terms to avoid doing all these don'ts:- 7. If managed properly, one can understand the savings in terms of maintenance costs (if any)... and good for the daily Cleaners. 8. Presently not all other Developers follow this lead. Thus with the manual system, although there are occasional issues; but less so. Case Study 1B: Plight of residents of HDB Yuhua BTO which was installed also with the Pneumatic Waste Collection System (PWCS). 9. As expected. It takes just one or two inconsiderate residents to make a mess of this system... 10. Imagine 4 years and more of tolerance. 11. Residents reported:- 12. Persistent odour 13. Foul smell exuding from the centralised bin centre at Blk 223A of Jurong East Street 21 has been a persistent problem in Yuhua since the PWCS started. 14. According to a recent report from the Chinese evening newspaper Lianhe Wanbao, residents have been bearing with the smelly environment for the past four years. 15. Some residents also feedback of bulky items such as large soft toys, cardboards and mattresses, which choke up the pipe network. The cleaners will have to manually clear these items from the PWCS. 16. The success depends on the users of the PWCS. 17. There is no other choice for such estates.
  11. HDB Sales Brochure Part 2 of 2: As this is a small development and according to the estimated completion date, this development should fall under Period 8 Flying Star Feng Shui as the handover is roughly around 1st Quater 2023.
  12. HDB Sales Brochure Part 1 of 2: Amidst Greenery 2-Room Flexi, 3-, and 4-room flats Located amid greenery, 'Keat Hong Verge' references the expansive landscaping within the development. Bounded by Keat Hong Link and Choa Chu Kang Grove, it will comprise 3 residential blocks at 22 storeys in height. You can choose from 571 units of 2-room Flexi, 3-, and 4-room flats. Keat Hong Verge will offer flats with shorter waiting time. A series of interconnected green spaces link the residents to communal facilities such as children's playgrounds, fitness corners, resting shelters, and pergolas. You can enjoy a tranquil moment or interact with neighbours at the sky terraces or roof gardens located at the residential blocks and Multi-Storey Car Park. Keat Hong Verge will also be served by a childcare centre. Please refer to the site plan for the facilities provided in the development. Facilities in this development will be open to public.
  13. Sales Brochures Part 2 of 2: Under Period 9 Flying Star Feng Shui. Completion is around 5 years from date of launch.
  14. HDB Sales Brochure Part 1 of 2: Delightful Living 2-room Flexi, 3-, 4-, and 5-room flats Costa Grove is bounded by Pasir Ris Drive 3 and Pasir Ris Green. You can choose from 1,070 units of 2-room Flexi, 3-, 4-, and 5-room flats, housed in 9 residential blocks with varying heights from 9 to 18-storeys. 2 of these blocks will also house some rental flats. There will be 1 additional residential block of rental flats, making a total of 10 residential blocks in this project. Pasir Ris, which means 'white sand' in Malay, is named after the long stretch of sandy white beach along the north-eastern coastline of Singapore. The name Costa Grove reflects the development's location in this coastal town and the adjacent Sungei Api Api, which is famous for its mangroves. Roof gardens in some blocks will serve as communal spaces for you to mingle with your family and neighbours while enjoying views of the surroundings. With a landscaped deck at your doorstep, you will be able to embrace an active lifestyle, be it jogging amid greenery, working out at the fitness stations, or playing with the kids at the playground. You can also stroll, cycle, or rollerblade along the adjacent linear green, Sungei Api Api, or head over to the nearby Pasir Ris Park. An eating house, shops, minimart, childcare centre, and Residents' Committee Centre will also be located within the development. Please refer to the site plan for the facilities provided in the development. Facilities in this development will be open to public.
  15. HDB Sales Brochure Part 2 of 2: Under Period 9 Flying Star Feng Shui. Wow! Estimated completion date is five years from now! Even the next Singapore General Elections will be over by the time the proud owner/tenant collects their keys. LOL Imagine also if someone collects their keys to a new HDB home. Most likely when this flat reached it's minimum occupation period (M.O.P.) time to move in to their unit at Tampines GreenOpal.. LOL Or please tell parents the "bad news". WE will be staying in your new home for many years to come until we get our keys, here.
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