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HDB Towner Crest BTO launched in February 2019 + a hospital? Where's the mortuary/deceased identify & collection point? Useful resource on the later. Good read

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Part 1: Resources

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Based on the above Estimated Completion Date, under Flying Stars Feng Shui; this development would have been completed under Period 8.

But when we prepare an individual Feng Shui Chart, will certainly discuss especially the wealth luck also from 2024 onwards, due to a change of Qi.


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Part 2: For staggered Stacks/units such as #21 is set-back further than a neighbouring unit like #31 may be affected by the glare bouncing off the side-wall of #31 especially if one is too close to the window area:-

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1. Similarly in the morning stack #27 may be affected by glare coming off from the side wall of stack #25.

2. Other stacks highlighted in yellow such as #27 and #45 may also be affected by the glare bouncing off the side walls of neighbouring stacks. For stack #45 this is in the morning. 

3. For stack #29 in green, not the glare but especially in the master bedroom or other bedrooms, and if one were to turn one's head to look to the left, one may somewhat see into the service yard of stack 43.

4. For stack #41, it is more about looking into the service yard of stack #39.


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Part 3: Any concern with the Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital & Sikh Temple?

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1.1. In theory, the main concern is the location of the Pathology Department and the holding area of the deceased.

Here, these two areas (which can be the same or close-by to each other). If so, best that one's home is not close-by to them.

1.2. Fortunately, as one can see the planners of this development has taken due consideration and placed the Multi-storey car park (MSCP), ESS, Precinct Pavilion, CCC etc.. as a buffer between the HDB flats and the hospital.

2. Stigma of one's home looking towards a hospital.

2.1. Unfortunately, there is always a group of persons or their loved ones who are superstitious and find it inauspicious for one's home to have a view of a hospital. If so, very difficult to convince such persons to look the other way. Hopefully, this is just a small group of persons.

Below: Photo taken at Khoo Teck Puat Hospital looking towards Adora Green BTO:

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2.2. I can recall DBSS HDB Adora Green.  Two stacks of Block 348A were the highest priced stacks/units in this development. As it faces Yishun Pond but also overlooks Khoo Teck Puat Hospital (KTPH). The difference of course is the Hospital is like a kilometre away! Nevertheless, these stacks/units overlooks KTPH.

3. This photo (see below) is of Singapore General Hospital. Showing an example of the most inauspicious place at a hospital to avoid: Mortuary.

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Every Hospital has one.. just that some are less pronounced.

P.S. For SGH, other than the nearby Clubhouse (where a client of my has a restaurant called Ka Soh with a michelin star award) no other living quarters are near to this block 9, the mortuary.  Please note that SGH had recently gone through tremendous make-over. Thus things may have changed. As this resource was at least 6 years old! 

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3.1 The planners of this development also most likely took this temple into consideration. As such no stacks/units directly face the temple.

3.2 The only stack/unit that has a side-view glance of the temple is stack 33. Otherwise, stacks 35 and 45 are also not directly facing it.

4. The spine or the tip of the roof-top of the Silk Temple cannot become a threat to any of the units in this development: given that none of the stacks/units directly face the building.

 


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Part 4: Any concern with the MRT station Entry / Exit across the road from this development?Towner Crest and Boon Keng MRT station.png

1. No. As this train tracks are underground and the movement of the trains deep down under is not directly below this development.

2. Of course, it is a bonus to have an MRT at it's door stop and this is not a Feng Shui consideration.

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Part 5: Common sense Feng Shui: Dusty and construction noise during the construction period of the site reserved for future high-rise residential development

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1. Two stacks : 21 and 23 are the closest to this future site. Thus may expect between 2 to 3 years of dust and construction noise.

2. Stacks 25 and 31 are the next closest so may also be affected especially by construction noise during such a period.


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Part 6: History of HDB Towner Crest BTO site:9BDADFC5-D0FE-47D8-84F9-30C66C0693DF.thumb.jpeg.d8c702b40e5dfbe55154120baf4739fd.jpeg

1. In 1966 this site consists of two schools: McNair School and Griffiths School.

1.1 There was a road called Bajerai Lane. And only in the 2007, one can start to see that this road has been demolished.

1.2 And in it's place the Central Sikh Temple sits on this road:-

2. By 1984, the Griffiths School was torn down and this plot became a vacant land. While McNair School has been changed to McNair Vocational Insitute. A forerunner of today's ITE:-

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3. In the early 1990's, McNair School, then McNair Vocation Institute was renamed as ITE Balestier (Campus 2).

3.1 While a new school: MINDS - Towner Gardens School was developed on the former Griffiths plot of land:-

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4. By 2007, both ITE Balestier (Campus 2) and MINDs school was torn down and the combined plot was vacant until today, where it is going to be developed into HDB Towner Crest BTO.

4.1 The Central Sikh Temple is a pretty recent addition to the area:-

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Through 1966's map one common denominator is the Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital and Nursing Home. This site has not changed at all.

But today, if one pass by the site, the Hospital and Nursing Home has had just nearly completed it's renovations and upgrading work.


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Part 7: What you mean this has nothing to do with Feng Shui?

"No more ERP, No more auto-lock, No more kidnap!"

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If I stay here, by then I will be permanently taking the train/bus/taxi! Yipee!

SGP is the only country where after 10 years... you have to give up your car! Oh dear! MY [Malaysians] are laughing at me... 


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Hi Master Lee, Could you share some lights on which block will get mos west sun.

It seems that those living room and bed room that face the cit and south direction will get sun on certain months 

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On ‎2‎/‎22‎/‎2019 at 3:37 PM, Jasonli said:

Hi Master Lee, Could you share some lights on which block will get mos west sun.

It seems that those living room and bed room that face the cit and south direction will get sun on certain months 

Part 8: These are some considerations on afternoon sun

A. Reply: You are absolutely right. Not only south facing side gets afternoon sun. Not direct sun but unfortunately all YEAR round!

B. Usually for six months, the afternoon sun will follow the compass cardinal point with exact 270 degrees alignment.

C. But as the earth axis is tilted at 33 degrees; the next six months, this alignment often even enter "deeper" into the frontage area!

D. Thus for South facing units.. there is literally no where to hide from INDIRECT afternoon sun..

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1. Depending on hot sunny the day is + how thick or insulated (if any) of the master bedroom wall, stacks like 21, 23, 31, 39 and 43 may get their master bedroom wall "soak" in afternoon sun as shown in the RED line.

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2. The purple line shows that for very much of the whole year, the frontage. The frontage, here refers to areas like the master bedroom and other bedrooms and the living room window area. Thus stacks like 21, 31, 39, 41 and 43 can be affected by afternoon sun. Often, the walls soak in the heat and in the evening the heat may ooze out from the interior walls.

2.1 The upper part of the frontage are mostly windows. Windows do absorb heat.. often films such as those that can cut out 99% of the UV is a consideration. If not, often when we get home from work, the room may feel like a "greenhouse" which may trap in heat. Fortunately, glass dissipate heat faster than walls. Walls literally soak in the heat...

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3.1. Hopefully in the near future: depending on how the blocks in this development [on the left or Site A] is laid out. Plus how high each block/stack are;

3.2. And that since this development is exactly west of Towner Crest; let's hope that the blocks are sufficiently high to shield this development's frontage and even master bedroom walls. However, it also depends on the level of one's unit at Towner Crest.


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Part 9: Towner Crest and Electrical Sub-Station (ESS) and for stacks 39 and 43... in the future re-sale.. please don't LOW BALL!

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1. In real life, looks like both ESS is hidden from view of stacks 39 and 43.

2. Furthermore, the two ESS are considered a safe distance away.

3. Thus, there shouldn't be any excuse by any one to relate the ESS with either stacks 39 nd 43.

3.1 By the way stack 39 is not even facing the ESS. Just that it is the closest to one, that's all.

4. Therefore, in the future, can ignore low-ballers when it is time for re-sale of the home.

5. In fact, the most glaring is low storey stack 41's living room has a partial side view of the ESS attached to the MSCP.

In bold Blue:-

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5.1 Else the lifts at MSCP and the two staircase act as a buffer, here.

 

 


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Time out.....look here before posting a question.....

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  • Got it? Get it? Don't get it?
  • Nevermind lah!.. The Question goes into a Blackhole.. LOL

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Hi Master Lee, Thank you so much for the explanation. Therefore it seems facing the north is still a better choice. Tho Sun travel around, Bedroom that face north will get WEST SUN from this period. APRIL TO OCT before SUN shift toward south west.

Is either you get more sun with city view or less sun with no view LOL..

Have a great weekend Master Lee

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On ‎2‎/‎23‎/‎2019 at 1:14 PM, Jasonli said:

Hi Master Lee, Thank you so much for the explanation. Therefore it seems facing the north is still a better choice. Tho Sun travel around, Bedroom that face north will get WEST SUN from this period. APRIL TO OCT before SUN shift toward south west.

Is either you get more sun with city view or less sun with no view LOL..

Have a great weekend Master Lee

Actually the bedrooms/living room windows that face North [Stacks shown in White - with the exception of stack #23], will never get WEST sun. Learn why:-

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They get indirect EAST or rising sun or morning sun. This is fine by all accounts. Translated to "No major issue, lah!"

By afternoon, no longer “hot, hot, hot”.

How about me! Mine is Block 149A stack #23...

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"Let's pray that afternoon sun does not soak into the master bedroom wall. And equally, in the future, the empty plot to the left of my development has blocks that help to shield the wall..."

Passer-By over-heard: "Hey! Whose going to pray for you! If you want, go pray by yourself!" LOL LOL LOL


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Geomancy.net shares your concern!

From Day 1, we have championed this: "When the buying Stops, the selling CAN!"

A RED FLAG...


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Part 10: Flying Stars Feng Shui of 4 Bedrooms HDB Towner Crest

Majority of the 4 Bedrooms stacks/units in this development either face Flying Stars N3 or S3. Two stacks: #33 and #35 faces E1.

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Photos taken on 5th April 2019

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Apparently still a quiet empty piece of land...

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Past Ranking Exercise. Showing an A to Z considerations for a detailed ranking exercise.

BY RANKING OF HDB KALLANG BREEZE AND TOWNER CREST
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Note the alphabet at the front of the stack number : K = Kallang Breeze.
While T = Towner Crest. For example KXX means Kallang Breeze Stack #XX

1ST CHOICE =  KXXX
                           TXX
2ND CHOICE = TXXQ

3RD CHOICE = KXXK
  TXXBS TXXB TXXPQ

4TH CHOICE = KXXJLU
  TXXV TXXAV TXXv

5TH CHOICE =  KXXT KXX KXXAGT KXXGT
  TXXW TXXAB

6TH CHOICE =  KXXADFKT KXXCDEU KXXBJLT KXXXXT KXXBLU

LAST RESORT =  KXXCDE KXXHKTZ KXXXXT
  TXXXXS

LEGEND
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For example: KXXAT = Kallang Breeze Stack #XX + Afternoon sun + Suitable facing for Mr XX.

A = Afternoon sun at an angle throughout the year at the frontage of the unit.

B = Expect afternoon sun soaking into shared wall with the master bedroom. As often, the heat may soak into the bedroom even at 6pm to 8pm onwards...

C = Proximity to Common Rubbish Bin(s). For stack T#XX, this stack/unit shares the same wall as the two bins. stack KXX is very close to the common bins. While stack KXX has a view of the two bins.

D = Expect some noise from the MRT tracks. For stack #XX (not so bad) but do expect some noise towards the rear of the unit. Good news is that hopefully the MSCP is a buffer for Kallang Breeze = which allows Block 20A's units to be further away from the MRT tracks. In addition, nowadays, train noise is lesser from newer trains. Plus often, some sound insulation panels are placed to further reduce train noise. However, often, expect more noise if the train brakes as it is near the station (towards Kallang MRT station)

E = The MSCP at Kallang Breeze is 6 storeys high. Thus avoid purchasing units below 8th storey.

F = Avoid low floors that have a view into the Precinct Pavilion. On some occassions during funerals/wakes expect chanting and rituals during these activities. For stack K#XX, try to get stacks at least 12 storeys or above (if possible).

G = Open Drainage Reserve is not an issue for these stakcs/units.

H = Low floors of Stack K#XX's master bedroom has a direct view of the existing Public Housing's Bin Centre. (Although it is the rear of the bin centre). The ESS is to the extreme right of this unit's master bedroom.

J = Stack K#XX is just beside the Bus Bay. Those avoid low units for this stack. For Stack #XX often when the bus accerrates thus expect some bus noise also at the rear of K62.

K = Low floors expect some traffic noise from Sims Way.

L = Lorong 3 Geylang is a minor road thus generally do not have much traffic. But better get a higher floor unit if one does not like the slightest road noise or noise from bus(es) travelling along this road.

M = Direct morning sun. But generally no issue with it. As by afternoon, the unit is no longer warm.

N = No issue facing a cross junction. But on some occasions some say it is not ideal. However, they do not really know that it is only inauspicious if the home is a landed property. Where once in a million, a vehicle may plough into a landed home through the front gate. This is not possible for a stack/unit at T#XX or T#XX. Please note that even if there is no issue, there is also a stigma with some who felt that it is inauspicious to face such a cross-junction. On exceptional windy days, make sure that windows are closed. Else can affect health and wealth on these days.

P = Low floors expect traffic noise.

Q = Sikh Temple is visible if one turns towards it.

R = Facing Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital

S = Next to site reserved for future high-rise residential development.

T = Mr XXX is a west group person. While XXX is an east group person. Stacks with a T are thus more suitable to Mr XXX.

U = Kitchen at NW can affect Male breadwinner's career luck. Especially that of the stove. Can still be cured.

V = Stack TXX's wall can be glaring in the afternoon for stack TXX. While Stack TXX's wall can be glaring for stack TXX in the morning. Stack XX's wall can also be glaring in the morning for stack XX.

W = Avoid low floors as the stack's frontage faces the service road leading into the estate.

Z = Electrical Sub-Station is not exactly close-by to any of the stacks/units. The closest is that of Kallang Breeze Stack K#XX. But really is still far away. Thus no concern for K#XX


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