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Feng Shui of HDB Matilda Court @ Punggol

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Feng Shui of HDB Matilta Edge : "Truly living on the edge ofsheer - road noise for some"

1. With so many new launches and developments in Punggol, HDB Matilda Court is not exactly my top choice nor 2nd choice.

2. And what could be worse? Here comes HDB Matilda Edge

3. From a Shapes and Forms point of view: what is worse-off maybe; just maybe HDB Matilda Edge.

4. True to it's name HDB Matilda Edge is truly like living at the Edge of a major highway and soon (in a few years) to be another busy arterial road from the edge of the West side of Punggol leading out towards Tampines Expressway and Sengkang.

5. I cannot blame the architect; as it is difficult to maximise such a plot of land, literally at the edge of two "major" roads.

6. As a result, at best, the architect had placed the multi-storey car park along the Tampines Expressway. But, this failed to extend all over this busy highway.

7. Thus, this left large portions of blocks 223A, 222A, 221B, 221A with in between gaps to allow road noise to filter into the entire estate.



Unlike Matilda Court where only one block is
close to Tampines Expressway; for
HDB Tampines Matilda Edge, it is truly at the
edge of the busy Tampines Expressway +
Punggol Way... noisy, noisy, noisy

And the gaps as shown in RED ARROWS
shows that road noise may filter into other
blocks/stacks/units (depending on which
floors)





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On 7/15/2015 12:23:31 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Feng Shui of HDB Matilda Court
@ Punggol1. The 11 residential
blocks in HDB Matilda Court
resides on a rectangular plot
of land. (Even the single
commercial block, pavilion and
Electrical substation are
aligned this way).2. The
architect virtually maximize
this plot by arranging all
blocks and stacks in a North
10 degrees to South 190
degrees alignment.3. In
theory, since all
blocks/stacks/units are Flying
Star N1 and S1; in general, it
should appeal to Eight group
persons. 3.1 This does not
mean that West group persons
(breadwinners) must avoid.
Just means that West group
breadwinners must be more
selective in the interior
layout of these flats.4. One
plus point in this development
is the "centrally located
rubbish chutes". When it says
"centralised" it is literally
centralised. Unlike some new
developments where the rubbish
chutes are facing the main
door(s) of some units or can
be visibly seen or just next
to the door.5. One glance at
this development is typical of
a tightly packed or pack as
much stacks/units you can in a
plot of land!6. Other than
Block 233A, at least the 7th
storey multi-storey cark park
acts a buffer of this
development from the busy
Tampines Expressway. 7. This
development been at the fringe
of Tampines Expressway is :
"my last resort" since there
are now tons of better placed
blocks stacks in this large
jungle of Punggol town.8. The
only consolation; is that this
site is furthest away from the
Johor "industrial" township
just across the North. Which
is a pollution concern - and
the danger of cancer of the
respiratory track. Previously,
Jurong was considered "dirty".
But today, Punggol, because of
just across Johor may be more
of a concern.


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Feng Shui of HDB PUNGGOL TOPAZ

Shapes and Forms Feng Shui does
not like curves towards a building.

Fortunately, for HDB Punggol Topaz
Block 258 has the side of the master
bedroom wall and yard side facing
the curved side of the LRT train
tracks.

It could be worse! The living room
& bedroom windows at the same level
of the tracks.


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On 7/15/2015 1:29:26 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Feng Shui of HDB Matilta Edge : "Truly
living on the edge ofsheer - road
noise for some"1. With so many new
launches and developments in Punggol,
HDB Matilda Court is not exactly my top
choice nor 2nd choice.2. And what could
be worse? Here comes HDB Matilda Edge3.
From a Shapes and Forms point of view:
what is worse-off maybe; just maybe HDB
Matilda Edge.4. True to it's name HDB
Matilda Edge is truly like living at the
Edge of a major highway and soon (in a
few years) to be another busy arterial
road from the edge of the West side of
Punggol leading out towards Tampines
Expressway and Sengkang.5. I cannot
blame the architect; as it is difficult
to maximise such a plot of land,
literally at the edge of two "major"
roads.6. As a result, at best, the
architect had placed the multi-storey
car park along the Tampines Expressway.
But, this failed to extend all over this
busy highway. 7. Thus, this left large
portions of blocks 223A, 222A, 221B,
221A with in between gaps to allow road
noise to filter into the entire
estate.Unlike Matilda Court where only
one block is close to Tampines
Expressway; for HDB Tampines Matilda
Edge, it is truly at theedge of the busy
Tampines Expressway +Punggol Way...
noisy, noisy, noisyAnd the gaps as shown
in RED ARROWSshows that road noise may
filter into otherblocks/stacks/units
(depending on whichfloors)On 7/15/2015
12:23:31 PM, Cecil Lee wrote:
Feng
Shui of HDB Matilda Court
@ Punggol1.
The 11 residential
blocks in HDB
Matilda Court
resides on a
rectangular plot
of land. (Even the
single
commercial block, pavilion
and
Electrical substation
are
aligned this way).2.
The
architect virtually
maximize
this plot by arranging
all
blocks and stacks in a
North
10 degrees to South
190
degrees alignment.3.
In
theory, since
all
blocks/stacks/units are
Flying
Star N1 and S1; in general,
it
should appeal to Eight
group
persons. 3.1 This does
not
mean that West group
persons
(breadwinners) must
avoid.
Just means that West
group
breadwinners must be
more
selective in the
interior
layout of these flats.4.
One
plus point in this
development
is the "centrally
located
rubbish chutes". When it
says
"centralised" it is
literally
centralised. Unlike some
new
developments where the
rubbish
chutes are facing the
main
door(s) of some units or
can
be visibly seen or just
next
to the door.5. One glance
at
this development is typical
of
a tightly packed or pack
as
much stacks/units you can in
a
plot of land!6. Other than
Block
233A, at least the 7th
storey
multi-storey cark park
acts a buffer
of this
development from the
busy
Tampines Expressway. 7.
This
development been at the
fringe
of Tampines Expressway is
:
"my last resort" since there
are
now tons of better placed
blocks
stacks in this large
jungle of
Punggol town.8. The
only consolation;
is that this
site is furthest away
from the
Johor "industrial"
township
just across the North.
Which
is a pollution concern -
and
the danger of cancer of
the
respiratory track.
Previously,
Jurong was considered
"dirty".
But today, Punggol, because
of
just across Johor may be
more
of a concern.


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Feng Shui of Twin Waterfalls EC and HDB Punggol Sapphire


LRT tracks parallel to TWIN WATERFALLS EC (Executive condo) and HDB Punggol Sapphire is fine or Okay or no issue.

LRT track curve outwards of Block HDB Punggol Sapphire Block 268B is fine or Okay.

See attachment.



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Feng Shui of HDB Matilda Court @ Punggol

1. The 11 residential blocks in HDB Matilda Court resides on a rectangular plot of land. (Even the single commercial block, pavilion and Electrical substation are aligned this way).

2. The architect virtually maximize this plot by arranging all blocks and stacks in a North 10 degrees to South 190 degrees alignment.

3. In theory, since all blocks/stacks/units are Flying Star N1 and S1; in general, it should appeal to Eight group persons.

3.1 This does not mean that West group persons (breadwinners) must avoid. Just means that West group breadwinners must be more selective in the interior layout of these flats.

4. One plus point in this development is the "centrally located rubbish chutes". When it says "centralised" it is literally centralised. Unlike some new developments where the rubbish chutes are facing the main door(s) of some units or can be visibly seen or just next to the door.

5. One glance at this development is typical of a tightly packed or pack as much stacks/units you can in a plot of land!

6. Other than Block 233A, at least the 7th storey multi-storey cark park acts a buffer of this development from the busy Tampines Expressway.

7. This development been at the fringe of Tampines Expressway is : "my last resort" since there are now tons of better placed blocks stacks in this large jungle of Punggol town.

8. The only consolation; is that this site is furthest away from the Johor "industrial" township just across the North. Which is a pollution concern - and the danger of cancer of the respiratory track. Previously, Jurong was considered "dirty". But today, Punggol, because of just across Johor may be more of a concern.




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On 7/15/2015 at 9:29 PM, Cecil Lee said:

 

 

Feng Shui of HDB Matilta Edge : "Truly living on the edge ofsheer - road noise for some"

 

1. With so many new launches and developments in Punggol, HDB Matilda Court is not exactly my top choice nor 2nd choice.

2. And what could be worse? Here comes HDB Matilda Edge

3. From a Shapes and Forms point of view: what is worse-off maybe; just maybe HDB Matilda Edge.

4. True to it's name HDB Matilda Edge is truly like living at the Edge of a major highway and soon (in a few years) to be another busy arterial road from the edge of the West side of Punggol leading out towards Tampines Expressway and Sengkang.

5. I cannot blame the architect; as it is difficult to maximise such a plot of land, literally at the edge of two "major" roads.

6. As a result, at best, the architect had placed the multi-storey car park along the Tampines Expressway. But, this failed to extend all over this busy highway.

7. Thus, this left large portions of blocks 223A, 222A, 221B, 221A with in between gaps to allow road noise to filter into the entire estate.

 

 

Unlike Matilda Court where only one block is
close to Tampines Expressway; for
HDB Tampines Matilda Edge, it is truly at the
edge of the busy Tampines Expressway +
Punggol Way... noisy, noisy, noisy

And the gaps as shown in RED ARROWS
shows that road noise may filter into other
blocks/stacks/units (depending on which
floors)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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HDB Matlida Edge expect to be completed by end of this year.

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Revisited: Matilda Court facing TPE and Bellewaters condo

The unit(s) where I am standing although faces the TPE. Fortunately the MSCP car park did wonders in helping to reduce the traffic noise on the TPE significantly. 

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Bellewaters Condo units facing the TPE are not so lucky. 

When Bellewaters T.O.P. previously, I had several clients who live just across Matlida Court in one of theses stacks/units. 

And believe me, depending on the floor/stoery the traffic sound especially kinda echoes from the RC ledge of the balcony and magnified into the units. 

The bedroom windows also when opened; the bedrooms are pretty noisy.. to most of us who are not used to such heavy traffic noises.

Some of the loudest are that of  the sound of motorcyle engines..

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