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Cecil Lee

Club House Trellis can 'shoot' poison arrows...

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1. When trying to select a new apartment in a condo; try to remember to avoid selecting units that are "suspect" to be in close proximity to the club house's roofing.


2. Especially if the club house is "rounded" and often, the club house would have trellises that "shoots" out spikes like this recently TOP condominium at Carabelle.


3. The saying goes: "A picture tells a thousand words".. Please go thru the various pictures and illustrations.


4. In this development, I have seen the trellis (acting as spikes) does slice into the open windows of the ground floor apartments. It may be so clear in the picture as the pictures are taken from lower ground upwards. So the whole situation will not be so clear in the picture.


5. The concept "If it cannot be seen, it no longer becomes a threat applies." But for practical reasons, day curtain may be effective. As we are "talking" about the living room balcony. Who in the world always closes the balcony window all the time or draw the day curtains fully? This is not practical.


6. The last resort is to hang a six hollow rod wind chime to deflect the sha qi from an opening e.g. the living room facade. For individual bedrooms, it is more practical to draw down the day curtain whenever possible.


7. The trellis "spikes" definitely will impact on Block 65 stack 29. It will also impact on stack 28.


8. At the other end; as Block 51 is quite a distance away, stacks 01 and 02 will not be attacked by this poison trellis given that it is further away.



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1. Please see attachment.


2. From the picture, you can even see the shadow of the trellise that resembles spikes radiating out of the club house roof. It happens to slice into Stacks 28 and 29.


3. I have re-attached the site map and amended it in purple. As the stacks should be 28 and 29 and not 26 and 29.




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Treelodge, Punggol is Singapore's first publich housing (HDB) project witht the GREEN MARK Platinum award. This built-to-order HDB eco-precint launched in March 2007 has just TOP.
At the common-ground; although it has a "snaking" trellis; the trellis does not seem to be pointed towards any of the flats. As the trellis are pointed below any dwelling (the dwellings are at level 2).
In addition, even if the trellis spokes does point any any windows (if any); in some of the photos; the creepers have already began to cover these spokes very well. In the future, the creeps would act as a natural canopy in an eco-friendly way.

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On 7/23/2009 5:28:36 PM, Anonymous wrote:
1. Please see attachment.
2. From the picture, you can
even see the shadow of the
trellise that resembles spikes
radiating out of the club
house roof. It happens to
slice into Stacks 28 and 29.
3. I have re-attached the site
map and amended it in purple.
As the stacks should be 28 and
29 and not 26 and 29.


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More photos.. the trellis ain't no threat, here. In the future, the creepers would cover the entire trellis

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On 1/1/2011 9:23:15 AM, Anonymous wrote:
Treelodge, Punggol is Singapore's first
publich housing (HDB) project witht the
GREEN MARK Platinum award. This
built-to-order HDB eco-precint launched
in March 2007 has just TOP.At the
common-ground; although it has a
"snaking" trellis; the trellis does not
seem to be pointed towards any of the
flats. As the trellis are pointed below
any dwelling (the dwellings are at level
2).In addition, even if the trellis
spokes does point any any windows (if
any); in some of the photos; the
creepers have already began to cover
these spokes very well. In the future,
the creeps would act as a natural canopy
in an eco-friendly way.On 7/23/2009
5:28:36 PM, Cecil Lee wrote:
1.
Please see attachment.
2. From the
picture, you can
even see the shadow
of the
trellise that resembles
spikes
radiating out of the club
house roof. It happens to
slice
into Stacks 28 and 29.
3. I have
re-attached the site
map and amended
it in purple.
As the stacks should
be 28 and
29 and not 26 and 29.


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There are many trellises around the newly TOP Livia condo @ Pasir Ris Grove...
Some of these trellis "spikes" are aimed towards the ground floor units of CERTAIN units. However, most of these trellis are fortunately.. too far away...

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On 1/1/2011 10:42:13 AM, Anonymous wrote:
More photos.. the trellis ain't no
threat, here. In the future, the
creepers would cover the entire
trellisOn 1/1/2011 9:23:15 AM, Cecil Lee
wrote:
Treelodge, Punggol is
Singapore's first
publich housing
(HDB) project witht the
GREEN MARK
Platinum award. This
built-to-order
HDB eco-precint launched
in March
2007 has just TOP.At the
common-ground; although it has a
"snaking" trellis; the trellis does
not
seem to be pointed towards any
of the
flats. As the trellis are
pointed below
any dwelling (the
dwellings are at level
2).In
addition, even if the trellis
spokes
does point any any windows (if
any);
in some of the photos; the
creepers
have already began to cover
these
spokes very well. In the future,
the
creeps would act as a natural canopy
in an eco-friendly way.On 7/23/2009
5:28:36 PM, Cecil Lee wrote:
1.
Please see attachment.
2. From
the
picture, you can
even see
the shadow
of the
trellise that
resembles
spikes
radiating out
of the club
house roof. It
happens to
slice
into Stacks 28
and 29.
3. I have
re-attached
the site
map and amended
it in
purple.
As the stacks should
be
28 and
29 and not 26 and 29.


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Although the "spikes" are encased within a metal frame; try to avoid purchasinga resale unit if the metal horizontal frame cuts or "slice" into the unit's balcony or window(s)

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On 8/2/2011 9:17:48 PM, Anonymous wrote:
There are many trellises around the
newly TOP Livia condo @ Pasir Ris
Grove...Some of these trellis "spikes"
are aimed towards the ground floor units
of CERTAIN units. However, most of these
trellis are fortunately.. too far
away...On 1/1/2011 10:42:13 AM, Cecil
Lee wrote:
More photos.. the trellis
ain't no
threat, here. In the
future, the
creepers would cover the
entire
trellisOn 1/1/2011 9:23:15
AM, Cecil Lee
wrote:
Treelodge,
Punggol is
Singapore's first
publich housing
(HDB) project
witht the
GREEN MARK
Platinum
award. This
built-to-order
HDB
eco-precint launched
in March
2007 has just TOP.At the
common-ground; although it has a
"snaking" trellis; the trellis
does
not
seem to be pointed
towards any
of the
flats. As the
trellis are
pointed below
any
dwelling (the
dwellings are at level
2).In
addition, even if the
trellis
spokes
does point any
any windows (if
any);
in some of
the photos; the
creepers
have
already began to cover
these
spokes very well. In the future,
the
creeps would act as a
natural canopy
in an
eco-friendly way.On 7/23/2009
5:28:36 PM, Cecil Lee wrote:
1.
Please see attachment.
2. From
the
picture, you can
even see
the shadow
of the
trellise that
resembles
spikes
radiating out
of the
club
house roof. It
happens
to
slice
into Stacks 28
and
29.
3. I have
re-attached
the site
map and amended
it
in
purple.
As the stacks should
be
28 and
29 and not 26 and
29.


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