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Cecil Lee

HDB Punggol Point Woods BTO launched in August 2018

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Part 2 - What is a large BIN CENTRE (BC) doing in today's era BTO?

1. In the past around 1990's each HDB neighbourhood has a BIN CENTRE each. And each day, the cleaners would go to each block and their predefined rubbish chutes. Transport the rubbish to the centralised bin centre. The rubbish bin truck would go here and pick up the day's trash.

2. Today, each block has a centralised bin centre. The rubbish truck simply reverses, "lock-on" to the mechanised bin and off-load the rubbish into the truck. 

3. Hey! Why then is it doing at HDB Punggol Point Woods?

HDB PUNGGOL POINT WOODS BIN CENTRE.png

4. Naturally, besides a unit close to a shop house, this bin centre is another consideration to stay clear away + view from unit (where possible).

5. In this development, the architect has neatly placed the centralised rubbish bin lobby hidden beside the 3rd lift within the lift lobby.

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5.1. By doing so, no unit will be disadvantaged by having it's main door facing the bin lobby or one has to walk-pass the bin lobby towards the unit. Kudos!

6. And nowadays, several HDB estates have rubbish transported 80kmph underground to collection points. What happened, here?

7. A recent BTO development launched in November 2018 has labelled their bin centre as "Pneumatic Waste Conveyance System or PWCS" This makes sense as to why there is now a huge bin centre at HDB Tampines GreenGem BTO = Part 5: Pneumatic Waste Conveyance System or PWCS is another consideration when trying to select a "choice" unit.

 


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Part 3 - Typical "old school style" layout of the entire plot with a maze like pattern. Some even refer to this layout as a cross-word puzzle type of layout. No surprises, here

1. The planners of this development applies "old school style" layouts of blocks.

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2. Typical "old school style" with stacks that are laid parallel to each other. To maximize a rectangular plot. Here, what else can go wrong since the motive is to pack as many stacks/units in one development. No surprises.

3. The planners also laid each block and stacks in a maze like formation.

4. Block 432A with stacks #840 & #842 are the only two in this development that faces Flying Star Feng Shui West = W1.

5. While the majority or the rest of the stacks either face: N2, S2, E2 or W2:-

Punggol Point Woods Flying Stars Feng Shui.png


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Part 4: Male Breadwinner and the inauspicious Fire at Heaven's Gate

1. Do a search in this forum for " Fire at Heaven's Gate ".

2. Generally, a kitchen especially if a stove is directly at the NW cardinal point will be inauspicious for the male-head of the house. Typically this can affect him.

3. This is because NW under the Ba Gua Trigram belongs to the Heaven (sign). And NW also represents the male-head elder of the house.

4. Thus in simple terms: turning on a stove at NW will burn one's Heaven luck = not lucky and also may affect the male-head elder's career.

5. It is thus not difficult to visualise South facing stacks and try to locate stacks with kitchen at NW sector. Especially Flying Stars S2 facing ones.

6. For example stack #884 has it's kitchen at NW.

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7. Thus for this development HDB Punggol Point Woods have plenty of South facing stacks with kitchen at NW.


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Part 5 - Stigma attached to a unit in close proximity of an Electrical Sub-Station (ESS)

1. No matter how much one says that there is no issue with a unit close to the ESS;

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2. There is no end to unkind words spoken about it.

3. Thus if one cannot convince; might as well follow the crowd and simply look elsewhere. Also less headache when it is time for resale of a 99 year old lease unit.

 


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Part 6 - This development has two Precinct Pavilions (PPs). And one do not have control of activities within the PPs.

1. In fact, one may be celebrating a happy occasion like Chinese New Year. But find that their is a wake/funeral + religious chants performing on that same day.

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2. Ideally, if possible, select a unit that do not have a view of the interior of a PP. And if possible avoid low floors and units that are in close proximity to such PPs.


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Part 7 - Plot C is the preferred choice! However between Punggol Point Woods vs Punggol Point Cove: Overall "Cove" is preferred over "Woods".

What a waste Plot C is definitely the TOP choice = if available.

Punggol Point Cove stacks/units facing the sea (in blue stripes) are the best choice. (Other then consideration of avoiding units close to the potential Chinese temple).

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Huh? Aim for site C! Instead... but Sir! Not ready yet....795805117_PunggolPointCovevsWoodsorisitsiteC.png.a37dfe04e067993e89849137f6f8caa3.png

 


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