House Rules

By Laws / House Rules serve to regulate activities as well as the use of facilities and common areas of Regentville Condominium. As such, the objectives of the rules were meant to promote harmonious living within the estate.

Your co-operation in observing the rules and regulations set out in the following pages will help to make the estate a more congenial place to live in.

All owners, residents and visitors are advised to observe the By-Laws / House rules. The Management will take the necessary actions against anyone who is in breach of these By-Laws, as the By-Laws have a legal binding effect on all owners, residents, tenants and visitors.

This booklet will replace all the rules that were in force previously. The Managing Agent and Security Personnel have been instructed to enforce the rules contained herein. It is the duty of the owners or its agent to keep the Managing Agent informed of any changes especially those of tenants.

It is also the responsibility of the owners who are not living in this estate to make available to their tenants a copy of this booklet, and ensure that they understand the rules governing their stay in REGENTVILLE CONDOMINIUM.

Definitions

  1. These Rules may be referred to as the By-Laws of REGENTVILLE CONDOMINIUM. In these Rules, unless the context otherwise requires:
    1. “Owner” means the person or persons holding legal title to a housing unit.
    2. “Resident” means the person or persons residing in the housing unit.
    3. “Guest” means a person other than a resident who is on the premises at the invitation of a resident.
    4. “Condominium” means the housing units and common areas of REGENTVILLE.
    5. “Management” means the estate management arm of the developer, the Management Corporation or its Managing Agent.
    6. “Housing Unit” means a horizontal stratum of any building or part thereof, whether such stratum is on one or more levels or is partially or wholly below the surface of the ground, which is intended to be used as a complete and separate unit for the purpose of habitation and may be comprised in a lot, or in part of any subdivided building not shown in a registered strata title plan.
  2. The Management reserves the right to change any of these rules after due notice is given to residents and owners.
  3. All residents shall observe and comply with the rules which may from time to time be amended or added on by the Management.

SECTION 1: CONDOMINIUM LIVING

RESIDENT / TENANT / ACCESS CARD / SPECIAL PASS

  1. There shall only be four (4) types of entry pass cards, namely: Resident Card (RC), Tenant Card (TC), Access Card and Special Pass.
  2. To be eligible for the issuance of a Resident Card/ Access Card, the applicant must be residing in REGENTVILLE on a permanent basis and his / her identity card must bear the REGENTVILLE address.
  3. Each apartment shall be entitled to apply for 4 numbers of Resident Cards and shall be subjected to a charge of S$20.00 per card (subject to prevailing GST). Replacement of cards, i.e. 1 to 1 exchange and / or lost cards with police reports) shall also be subjected to a charge of S$20.00 per card (subject to prevailing GST).
  4. Resident Cards will be issued to residents / tenants aged 12 years and above.
  5. The Resident / Tenant Card / Access Card / Special Pass is non transferable.
  6. Only a valid Resident / Tenant Card will entitle the applicant to use for booking of condominium facilities. Owners who have leased out their apartment/s will not be entitled to use the condominium facilities as their rights have been transferred to the lessee.
  7. When an owner sells his unit subsequently, he must inform the Management and return all the cards issued to him and his family members.
  8. If an owner subsequently leases out his unit, he has to surrender his card to the Management. New tenant cards can be issued to his tenants on production of a letter of authorization from the owner, or alternatively, a copy of the lease/ tenancy agreement. The tenant cards will be issued at an administrative charge of S$20.00 per card (subject to prevailing GST) refundable upon the return of card to the Management Office. The cards issued to the tenants must be returned to the Management upon termination of the lease. Validity of the tenant card follows the duration of the lease / tenancy agreement, subject to a maximum of 1 year.
  9. Special Pass will be issued to Swimming Coaches / Car Washers whom are registered with Management Corporation to allow entry into Regentville condominium for easy identification purposes. This does not permit the holders to use the recreational and communal facilities. They should be returned to the Management upon the termination of their services rendered.
  10. Issuance of Special Pass will be subjected to an administrative charge of $10.00 per card (subject to prevailing GST) and a deposit payment of $50.00, refundable upon the return of the card to the Management Office. Each application shall be restricted to a maximum of 12 months' duration. Subsequent renewal shall only incur the administrative charge of $10.00 per card (subject to prevailing GST).
  11. Each apartment shall be entitled to apply for maximum 4 numbers of Access Cards and shall be subjected to a charge of S$10.00 per card (subject to prevailing GST). Replacement of cards, i.e. 1 to 1 exchange and / or lost cards with police reports) shall also be subjected to a charge of S$20.00 per card (subject to prevailing GST). Request exceed the maximum shall be charged at $50.00 per card (subject to prevailing GST).
  12. No Proxy booking or via Telephone reservation shall be entertained for booking of condominium facilities. Resident /tenant has to come in personally to show proof of status in order being allowed to book Regentville facilities.
  13. Applicants must submit a copy of any legal document to prove their ownership/ tenancy of the relevant premises.
  14. Two (2) recent I/C size coloured photographs must be submitted for each application.
  15. To replace a lost card / pass of any, a police report declaring the loss of the card / pass is required. Otherwise, there will be an administrative charge of $50 (subject to prevailing GST) incurred.

OCCUPANCY

  1. The apartment shall only be used for residential purpose and not for business or any other purposes.
  2. A resident / tenant shall be responsible for the conduct of his / her family members and guests at all times, ensuring that their behavior are neither offensive to other occupants of the estate nor caused damages to any portion of the private / common property.
  3. Ball games, skate boarding and any activity that would deface or cause damage to the walls or common areas of the condominium are prohibited.
  4. Residents / Owners must not, without the written consent from the Management, carry out any alterations or installation of any fittings or fixtures that deviate from the approved plans and specifications. Owners/ residents will be responsible for and shall pay all fines or penalties imposed by any government department for any unauthorized additions and / or alterations found within their apartments plus cost of removal of these fittings/ fixtures.
  5. An owner who is not residing in Singapore should at his own expense have an authorized agent or representative registered with the Management to conduct periodic inspection of his apartment and assume responsibility for the contents therein. Such owners shall file the names, addresses and telephone numbers of their agents with the Management prior to allowing them access to the property.
  6. The owner or his appointed agent shall be responsible for the conduct of his lessee(s) or guest(s) and shall upon notice given by the Management, immediately remove, at his own expenses, any unauthorized structure/ equipment/ property, placed in the common areas.
  7. Owners must notify the Management of any leases on their housing units and provide such personal particulars of the tenants as required by completing the prescribed forms available at the Management Office.
  8. Once an apartment is leased out, the entitlement to the use of the common areas and all the other facilities are automatically transferred to the lessee, and the lessor is no longer entitled to use these facilities.
  9. Residents of the estate are not allowed to use any employees of the Management for any business or private errands.
  10. Soliciting of goods and services, and the holding of religious or political activities shall not be permitted in the premises.
  11. Where a notice has been served on the owner of a unit by the Management requiring him to carry out any work or rectification on or in relation to that unit and the notice is not complied with, the Management may carry out the necessary work and recover the sum incurred and any other incidental cost from the owner.
  12. The Management Corporation shall not be held responsible for any injuries, accident losses or whatsoever occurring in any part of the estate.

COMMON AREA

  1. The sidewalks, passages, lobbies, stairways and corridors must not be obstructed at any time, or used for any purposes other than their designated usage.
  2. Personal property of any kinds (potted plants, bicycles, tricycles, children's toys, shoe racks, cabinet, prams, etc) should not be placed on or stored in common areas. No materials are to store / place inside the water and electrical risers too. The Management reserves all rights to remove / confiscate these equipments / items if found in the said places without any notice given and also reserves all rights to refuse returned of items confiscated or removed.
  3. Under the fire Safety Regulations, any persons fails to comply or found to contravene the Act, shall be liable to fine / imprisonment and (SCDF) can served the notice that warrants a fine pertaining to Fire Safety directly upon the individual Resident / Owner / Tenant.
  4. Care should be taken when cleaning areas adjoining the external walls to prevent water from running down the exterior of the building or into other apartments.
  5. Residents and their visitors shall not damage the grass, footpaths, or any part of the subdivided building or property by the use of vehicles, machines, tools or objects of any description. The resident who is or whose servant, agent, licensee or invitee is responsible for such damage shall make good any such damage to the satisfaction of the Management.
  6. Residents shall be held responsible and subject to necessary action against them for any willful and / or unauthorized removal of fixtures / unauthorized installation of fixtures in the common areas.
  7. Any damages caused to the common property shall be assessed by the Management and all cost of repairs and/or replacement of broken or damaged parts shall be borne by the unit responsible.
  8. Owners shall not carry out any works which may affect the external façade of the building without the prior written approval of the Management. Façade shall include windows, balcony, compartments / ledge for air conditioning units, common areas, open areas and all other visible parts of the building which constitute or form part of the external appearance of the building.
  9. All furniture and equipment placed or installed in the common area have been provided for the safety, comfort and convenience of all occupants, and therefore shall not be damaged or removed without the permission of the Management. Any damages or losses shall be made good by the resident concerned. He shall also be responsible for the acts of his servant, licensee or invitee who caused such damages or losses.
  10. Any infringement of Singapore Statutes & Regulations, etc. resulting to a fine against the Management Corporation would be fully borne by the person/s responsible who shall fully indemnify the Management Corporation. Where such person/s are not subsidiary proprietors, the subsidiary proprietor/s who invited, permitted, and/or assisted their entry into the development shall also be jointly and severally liable together with them to indemnify the Management Corporation.
  11. The Management Council is empowered to assess and determine the amount payable for the cost of making good any damage, breakage or loss of equipment caused by the person/s responsible. Such amount will be final and binding and may be deducted from any available deposits in the first instance. If the deposit is inadequate or unavailable, the Management Corporation shall collect the amount from the person/s responsible for the damage, breakage or loss. Where such person/s are not subsidiary proprietors, the subsidiary proprietor/s who invited, permitted, and/or assisted their entry into the development shall also be jointly and severally liable together with them to pay the Management Corporation.
  12. Residents shall arrange disposal of their bulky items disposal, failing which the essential disposal fees plus an administrative charge of $50.00 will be levied. Fees subjected to prevailing GST.
  13. The Management Council is empowered to consider the determination appropriate for the control, management, administration use or enjoyment of the common property comprised in its strata title plan.

RESTRICTION ON HANGING OF CLOTHES, LINEN, ETC

  1. Textile items such as clothes, towels and linen may not be hung or placed in any area so as to be in view from the outside of the housing units, in particular to hanging of clothes and laundries at windows in the day / night. Such textile items must not be hung from poles which protrude through the windows, utility yard areas or roofs of the housing units.
  2. Any installation of clothes lines shall be mounted on the internal parapet wall within the service area of the housing units. The mounting of the same at the external common wall is not allowed.

PETS

  1. Household pets may be kept provided they do not cause a nuisance or disturbance to other Residents. Pets which cause a permanent nuisance, the Management may have them be reported to AVA and also be subjected to be considered removed from the estate upon notice given by the Management.
  2. Pets shall not be allowed to roam around the common / recreational areas unleashed.
  3. Residents shall be responsible for any waste left behind by their pets. Pets waste must be suitably disposed of by owners and not indiscriminately in common areas of the estate.
  4. The numbers of pets (dogs) kept must comply to AVA guidelines which is a maximum of 3 dogs may be kept in a private premises.
  5. Pets' owners shall be responsible for the cost of cleaning/ repairing common areas littered/damaged by their pets. Any damage or litter caused by pets will be the owners' responsibility.
  6. Residents/ visitors shall consciously clean up after their pet has defecated in the common area. Residents/ Visitors shall carry along newspapers and plastic bags and use them to remove the pet's waste/ urine, failing which the essential cleaning up fees plus an administrative charge of $50.00 will be levied. Fees subjected to prevailing GST.

BURNING OF JOSS PAPER, JOSS STICKS AND OTHER RELIGIOUS OFFERING

  1. Residents can only burn religious offerings in a controlled manner in the receptacles provided.
  2. Burning of offerings on the grass, void decks, along corridors, within stairwell and other common areas are not allowed.
  3. Religious ceremonies and/or religious activities of any nature are not permitted at the common areas and facilities.

FUNERAL WAKES

  1. Funeral wakes are not allowed in the condominium at all times.

ADVERTISEMENTS

  1. There shall be no pasting of advertisements, circulars or notices at lift lobbies or in other common areas by the residents. Residents are not permitted to affix or paint on any doors and windows of the units or any external part of the building or any part of the common entrances, passageways, stair case landings any trade, professional or business advertisements or notices whatsoever.

RENOVATION

  1. Owners shall not erect in their apartments any additional structures or make any alteration without the prior written approval of the Management. The Management shall have the authority to demolish or remove any such unauthorized additions or alterations after giving seven (7) days written notice to the owner concerned, requesting him to remove the same. All costs and expenses incurred in respect of such demolition or removal shall be borne by the owner, who shall fully indemnify the Management against all such costs and expenses, and against all losses or damages in respect of such demolition or removal including legal costs incurred by the Management.
  2. Owners shall not carry out any work which may affect the external facade of the building without the prior written approval of the Management. Facade shall include windows, balcony, compartments for air-con condensing units, common areas, open areas and all other visible parts of the building which constitute or form part of the external appearance of the building.
  3. Owners shall not install any television of radio antenna on the roof top or at any external part of the subdivided building.
  4. A subsidiary proprietor has obtained in-principle approvals from relevant Singapore authorities on any major renovation works which includes but not limited to hacking of walls adjoining rooms and/ or units, removal of lintel, and/ or any removal and/ or additions of structural and/ or nonstructural components. And these in-principle approvals must be submitted together with the renovation application form for Management's final approval prior to work commencement.
  5. Before carrying out any renovations, alterations or additions to an apartment, an owner is required to apply for approval from the Management and to place a $1,000.00 deposit. Such deposit will be refunded free of interest, to the owner when the Management is satisfied that the owner of his renovation contractors have not carried out any unauthorized work, damaged any common areas, left debris or caused any inconvenience at the building for which the Management would have to incur cost to rectify. Such rectification cost shall be borne by the owner and the deposit shall be forfeited accordingly. Where the rectification cost exceeds the security deposit, the owner shall reimburse the Management the difference. It shall be the responsibility of the owners to inform the contractors of these requirements.
  6. The endorsement of the Management does not constitute an approval of the Building Authorities. The owner must bear full responsibility to ensure compliance with the building by-laws and other regulations as may be introduced and applicable from time to time.
  7. Renovation works shall only be carried out on the following days and hours:
    Monday – Friday : 9.00am – 6.00pm
    Saturday : 9.00am – 1.00pm
    No works shall be carried out on Sunday and Public Holidays
  8. Owners and their contractors must inform / submit to the Management of their work schedule.
  9. All renovation contractors must report at the security check-point before they proceed to carry out work, failing which the Management reserves the right to refuse entry to any unknown person which cannot be verified there and then.
  10. All renovation workmen must report at the security check-point to obtain identification cards and must wear their cards at all time whilst in the condominium. Security personnel have the right to question any person in the condominium found without an identification card.
  11. No contractor or workmen may loiter in any common areas. All contractors and workmen are to confine themselves to the housing unit concerned.
  12. Any person found misbehaving or behaving suspiciously may be asked to leave the estate immediately.
  13. All renovation workmen should only use designated lifts and staircases so as not to cause inconvenience to owners. Packing and crating materials must be removed and disposed of by the residents/contractors on the same day as they are being brought in.
  14. All owners are not allowed to tap water/electricity supply from the common areas.
  15. No storage space will be provided on site. All articles/ materials must be stored within the owner's apartment.
  16. Unwanted materials, debris, etc., should not be left in the corridors, lift lobbies, risers, fire escape staircases or any other common areas of the condominium. Otherwise they will be removed and the cost charged to the owner concerned.
  17. All renovation works should be confined to the boundaries of an apartment. Hacking of structural slabs, columns and beams are strictly prohibited.
  18. Owners must ensure that adequate measures are taken to protect the common property during delivery or removal of materials by their contractors. A doormat / ground sheet must be provided by the contractor at the door entrance of the apartment and/or at ground lift lobby if any, all the way to lift to prevent workers and materials during transporting in that unit from dirtying the common area. The common property affected during the delivery or removal of materials must be left in a clean and tidy condition upon completion of work each day.
  19. Owners shall be responsible for the conduct and behavior of their appointed contractors. Any damages to the building and its equipment caused by the moving of furniture or other effects shall be replaced or repaired at the expense of the owners concerned.
  20. Only owners may apply for approval to carry out renovation works to their housing units. Applications for approval of renovation works and payment of the deposit should be made at the Management Office during office hours. Applications must be submitted in the prescribed form obtainable from the Management Office. All applications must be accompanied by copies of all relevant plans, designs and approvals obtained from the relevant authorities in respect of the intented renovations.

INSTALLATION OF AIR-CONDITIONERS

  1. Before any installation of air-conditioner, the owner is required to apply for approval from the Management.
  2. The installation of air conditioner is required to be carried out by a licensed air-conditioner contractor.
  3. Owner shall be responsible for the proper installation, safety and stability of the air-conditioner.
  4. Owner shall, at his own expense, maintain the external wall face free from stains.
  5. Owner shall, at his own expense, maintain the air-conditioner at all times so as not to cause any inconveniences or nuisances to other residents. Owner shall abate such nuisance should it arise, failing which, he may be required by the Management to stop the use of or remove the airconditioner.
  6. Where a notice had been served on the owner of the unit by the Management to make good or remove his air-conditioning equipment and the notice is not complied with, the Management reserves the right to undertake the necessary work and recover the sum incurred and any other incidental cost from the owner.
  7. All piping works of the air-conditioner must be run internally.
  8. Condensation water must be properly discharged.
  9. Air-conditioner must not cause any vibration in the building.
  10. No hackings of holes or openings through existing reinforced concrete structures within the unit is allowed for the installation of air-conditioner/ condensing unit.
  11. No embedment of air-conditioner pipe in reinforced concrete slab, column and reinforced concrete beams.

BULK DELIVERY AND HOUSE REMOVAL

  1. Bulk deliveries and house removal should be carried out during the following hours:
    Monday – Friday : 9.00am - 6.00pm
    Saturday & Sunday : 10.00am – 2.00pm
    Public Holidays – Strictly no delivery and removal allowed
  2. Residents and their contractors are reminded to inform the Management office of their schedules, particularly when they fall on Saturday and Sunday. Public Holidays, strictly no bulk delivery and house removal is allowed.
  3. Before carrying out any renovations, alterations or additions to an apartment, an owner is required to apply for approval from the Management and to place a $1,000.00 deposit. Such deposit will be refunded free of interest, to the owner when the Management is satisfied that the owner of his house removal contractors have not damaged any common areas, left debris or caused any inconvenience at the building for which the Management would have to incur cost to rectify. Such rectification cost shall be borne by the owner and the deposit shall be forfeited accordingly. Where the rectification cost exceeds the security deposit, the owner shall reimburse the Management the difference. It shall be the responsibility of the owners to inform the contractors of these requirements.
  4. All deliveries and removals must be reported at the security check-point prior to the work being carried out. For security reasons, the Management reserves the right to refuse entry of any unknown personnel for purposes which cannot be verified or to ask such person to leave the estate.
  5. All contractors and their workmen must report at the security check-point to obtain identification cards, and must wear their cards at all times.
  6. Workmen carrying out deliveries/ removals should use only designated lifts and staircases so as not to inconvenience residents. Packing and crating materials must be disposed of and removed from the condominium by the residents on the same day that they are brought in.
  7. Residents are not allowed to tap water/ electricity supply from the common areas.
  8. Unwanted or unused materials, debris, etc., should not be left in the corridors, lift lobbies, fire escape staircases or any other common areas in the building. Otherwise, they will be removed and the cost will be charged to the resident concerned.
  9. Unwanted or unused material, debris, etc. may not be disposed into the refuse chutes. Any damage to the chutes shall be repaired at the expense of the owners concerned.
  10. Loose or wet waste shall be sealed in plastic bags before being disposed of into refuse chutes.
  11. No flammable items, wet cement and other adhesive materials may be thrown into the refuse chutes. Offenders shall be liable for the cost of replacement or repair to any damage caused to the refuse chute.
  12. Residents must ensure that adequate measures are taken to protect the common property, particularly the walls and floors of the lift car and lobbies during the removal of items, during any bulk deliveries or house removal work.
  13. Residents shall remind their respective movers not to jam the lift door with any objects as this will cause the lifts to be out of order.
  14. Mover's vehicle/ containers must not obstruct other vehicles when parked in the estate.
  15. Mover's vehicle/ containers are not allowed to enter the basement car park.
  16. Residents shall be responsible for the conduct and behavior of their appointed contractors. Any damages to the building and equipment caused by the moving of furniture or other effects shall be replaced or repaired at the expense of the residents concerned.
  17. In any case where the Management is put to loss, damage, expense or cost is exposed to any penalty under any prevailing law or regulation as a result of or arising out of any act or omission on the part of the resident or occupant, or family member of any resident or occupant, the Management shall be indemnified by the resident or occupant concerned in respect of all or any part of such loss, damage, expense, cost or penalty. Should such resident or occupant concerned refuse or neglect to indemnify the Management against such loss, damage, cost or penalty, the same shall be recoverable from the resident or occupier concerned by way of a civil suit, in which event the Management shall further be entitled to costs on an indemnity basis.

CAR PARKING

RFID (Radio Frequency Identification Device) Vehicle Decals With Embedded Microchip – Round Gold For 1st Vehicle / Square Purple For 2nd Vehicle Type.

  1. Residents must apply for a vehicle decal from the Management. A vehicle decal shall only be issued to an owner/ tenant who is residing at the condominium and the vehicle log card must bear Regentville address.
  2. Each apartment is entitled to apply one (1) Round Gold vehicle decal to park one (1) vehicle. Application for a Square Purple for a 2nd vehicle decal parking is subjected to available car park space.
  3. For units that are leased out, the privilege of owning the vehicle decal will be assigned to the respective tenants. The issuance of a vehicle decal shall be subjected to a charge of $20.00 subject to prevailing GST.
  4. When an owner sells his unit subsequently, he must return all his vehicle decals to the Management. Please note that the vehicle decal is still the property of the Management Corporation.
  5. All applicants are required to produce documentary proof of ownership and residence, i.e. car logbook, insurance certificate, Company Authority Letter (for company cars), letter from taxi organization (if vehicle is a taxi) and lease agreement (if tenanted).
  6. The vehicle decal shall be exchanged for a new one upon change of the motorcar and is still subjected to a surcharged of $20 per decal (subject to prevailing GST).
  7. The vehicle decal issued is not transferable for use on another vehicle and must be returned to the Management if the registered motorcar is no longer parked in the estate.
  8. The vehicle decal should be displayed prominently on the top left corner of front windscreen of the vehicle for easy identification by security personnel.
  9. Any replacement for loss / change of new vehicle / rental of vehicle / damaged decal shall be subjected to a charge of $20 per Decal, subject to prevailing GST and upon the authentication of police report and / or substantiate with appropriate document. This charge will also apply to owners whose tenants have left without returning the vehicle decals.
  10. Heavy commercial vehicles such as prime movers, containers, trucks, buses and other large commercial vehicles are not allowed to park in the estate unless with prior approval had been obtained from the Management.
  11. Residents caught infringing the above may have their car park entitlement forfeited.
  12. The vehicle decal can be revoked anytime at the sole discretion of the Management Corporation and the residents shall surrender it without question upon receipt of request from the Management Corporation. Within one week if the vehicle decal is not returned, it will automatically become invalid.
  13. The applicant must be a tenant authorised by the subsidiary proprietor.
  14. The vehicle decal will lapse upon the expiry / termination of the lease agreement.
  15. All car parking rules/fees apply to motorcycles.
    FEES AND CHARGES
    Description Charges Remarks
    Replacement fee $20.00, subject to prevailing GST Loss of vehicle decal
    Change of new vehicle
    Rental of vehicle
    Damaged decal
    Releasing of clamp $200.00 Per occasion, subject to prevailing GST In cash only, for releasing of clamp

Parking

  1. All motor vehicles shall be properly parked within the boundaries of car park lots and in such a manner as not to cause any obstruction or hazard to the flow of traffic in and around the parking areas within the estate.
  2. Motorcycles and scooters must be parked only in areas designated for parking.
  3. Residents with 1st vehicle Round Gold Decal are entitled to park at any lots from basement to any levels in either Multi Storey Car Park 1 or 2. Whereas residents with 2nd vehicle Purple Square Decal are entitled to park at the designated car park lots from level 5 onwards. Visitors to the estate are entitled to park at designated car park lots from 5A level onwards in either Multi Storey Car Park 1 or 2. Overnight parking for visitors' motorcar shall be on the first come first serve basis and shall not park for more than 2 nights within a month for each housing unit. Overnight parking for visitors which require to park more than 2 nights must registered with Management Office to obtain the necessary approval and such request must be made at least three working days in advance. Visitors can only park their vehicle at level 5A onwards at either Multi Storey Car Park 1 or 2. Failing which, it will be subjected to being Wheel Clamped.
  4. Maximum speed for all vehicles within the estate is 15 km/ hr.

Use of Parking Area

  1. Parking areas are not to be used for recreation, storage or repair works by residents or their visitors.
  2. Servicing and maintenance works of motor vehicles are prohibited within any part of the estate. Simple repairs may be affected in cases of breakdown but only to the extent necessary to get the motor vehicle started and removed from the estate.

Washing of Vehicle

  1. Washing of vehicles should be carried out in parking lots.
  2. Car washing at car park that is in the absolute opinion of the Council, poses danger, nuisance, inconvenience, potential damage to the common property, shall not be permitted.
  3. Washing of vehicles may be carried out only with buckets and only in such manner as not to cause any flooding of the parking area. Use of hose is not allowed.
  4. Only vehicles with car park vehicle Decal are allowed to be washed in the estate.
  5. Only registered car washer is allowed to be engaged within the estate.

Liability

  1. Residents and their guests, visitors, licensees and invitees shall ensure that no damage is caused to the fittings and fixtures in the parking areas and shall be liable for any damage caused.
  2. All vehicles parked in the condominium will be at the owners' risk. The Management shall not be held liable for any theft, damage or other misdemeanor caused to the vehicles and/ or their contents.

Enforcement

  1. All unauthorized vehicles parked at the estate or illegally parked will be clamped. A release fee of $200.00 (subject to prevailing GST) per occasion of unauthorized parking will be imposed. All payment shall be in cash. The Management shall not be liable for any damage caused to the vehicle during the course of clamping. Repeated offenders will be denied entry to the estate. Cars with Final warning issued will be clamped on repeated illegal parking without further notice.
  2. The unauthorized vehicle which is left parked in the estate with its wheels immobilized overnight or for more than one day, an additional surcharge of Singapore Dollars Twenty Only ( $20.00) per day or part thereof ( subject to prevailing GST ).
  3. The Management may take whatever action against any resident or visitor who breaks the rules and regulations and ignores the reminders and advice given.
  4. The Management reserves the right to make additions and alterations to the existing clauses as and when necessary.

SECTION 2: RECREATIONAL FACILITIES

GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE USE OF RECREATIONAL FACILITIES

  1. Ball games are not allowed to be played within the compounds of the condominium.
  2. The recreational facilities are for the exclusive use of residents and their guests. Non-Resident owners are deemed to have assigned their rights to their tenants to use the recreational facilities.
  3. Only residents with valid Resident Cards / Identity Cards / Tenant cards may use / book the recreational facilities.
  4. Non-residents/ non-tenants are not permitted to use the swimming pools and any other common facilities, unless accompanied by the residents.
  5. The maximum number of guests allowed at any one time shall be as follows:
    • Sauna - 2
    • Tennis - 8
    • Gymnasium Room - 8
    • Multi-Purpose Hall - 30
    • Karaoke Room - 15
    • Barbecue Pits - 30
    • Billiard Room - 6
  6. Guests of residents must sign in at the Reception Counter located at the Club House and shall accompanied by the resident when using the facility.
  7. Guests of residents must park their vehicles outside the condominium if there are insufficient visitors' lots, or as directed by the Security Guards.
  8. Residents are required to produce their Resident/ Tenant / Identity Cards at the Reception Counter while making reservations for the recreational facilities. Failure to do so may result in the refusal of use of the facilities.
  9. Children under 12 years old should not use any of the recreational facilities unless accompanied by their parents or supervisory adult, who shall be responsible for their safety and proper behavior.
  10. Each unit is entitled to use only one facility at any one time. Bookings for different facilities for the same time slot shall be subject to availability of facilities.
  11. Bookings are not transferable and bookings by any units must be made by a Resident from that unit. Residents are not permitted to place bookings on behalf of other Residents from other unit.
  12. Residents are responsible for the behavior of their guests and their compliance of the rules.
  13. Residents shall be responsible for any damage caused by themselves or their guests to the recreational facilities. Residents must inform the security or management staff of any existing damage to the facility or equipment that they or their guests are about to use, failing which they may be held responsible for such damage.
  14. Residents/ guests must be properly attired when using the facilities. Appropriate shoes (nonmarking) must be worn when playing to avoid damage to the court's surface.
  15. No livestock, poultry, rabbits, dogs, cats, or other household pets shall be allowed in the recreational area or its vicinity. Pet owners shall be responsible for the cost of cleaning/ repairing the common areas littered by their pets.
  16. Flammable equipment including but not limited to cylinders/ stoves/ candles/ steamboats/ open fires, any naked flame, are not allowed to be used in the common areas and common facilities.
  17. All litter must be disposed in receptacles provided by the Management.
  18. The Management will not be held responsible for any loss or damage to any personal property, injury or death arising from the use of the recreational facilities.
  19. The Management, security personnel or any appointed representatives of the Managing Agent may require any person in the recreational areas to identify himself / herself.
  20. Except for those games and activities for which the facilities were intended for, no other games or activities (such as football, roller-skating, skate boarding and horse-play of any sort) will be allowed in or about the recreational facilities.
  21. The Management reserves the right to change any rules and regulations. Residents shall be notified at least one (1) week in advance before such changes take effect.
  22. Residents and their guests must abide by all the rules when they utilize the recreational facilities. Each facility has its own set of rules.
  23. Any person found to be in breach of the rules shall be required to leave the recreational areas at once and shall be barred from making any reservations for a period to be decided by the Management.

BARBECUE PITS

  1. Barbecue hours :
    Monday – Sunday : Session I 1.00 pm – 5.00 pm
    Session II 6.00 pm – 11.00 pm
  2. Bookings :
    1. a) Strictly only residents above the age of 16 with valid Resident / Identity Cards are permitted to book the barbecue pits.
    2. b) Bookings must be made in person and on prescribed form obtainable only at the Management Office. Bookings of the facility shall be opened exactly 1 month in advance. Allocations will be made on a first-come, first-served basis. A non-refundable charge of $20.00 per session shall be payable for a confirmed booking (subject to prevailing GST).
    3. c) To discourage frivolous bookings, residents who fail to turn up and use the facility for one bookings and without making proper cancellation, will be barred from booking the facility for the next (2) months.
    4. d) The resident is required to undertake to comply with the Rules and Regulations as stated in the application form before any approval is granted.
    5. e) Cancellation of bookings shall be made at least one (1) week before the date booked. The charge of $20.00 will not be refunded upon cancellation. Residents who made proper cancellation may be permitted to book another date without additional payment.
    6. f) Each apartment is entitled to book two BBQ pit per session per month.
  3. The number of guests is limited to 30.
  4. Residents are advised to submit guest list (names and vehicle numbers) to the Management in advance to facilitate security control and guests' easy access into the condominium.
  5. Setting up of tents or camping overnight is not permitted.
  6. Highly flammable equipment is not permitted at the barbecue area.
  7. Live band is not permitted.
  8. Portable radios and cassette players are permitted at the barbecue area provided there are no complaints from other users and residents. The Management reserves the right to request the removal of any of these equipment should it deem fit. The security officers can order that the volume of the music be turned down if there is any complaint from other residents in the estate. No music is allowed after 11p.m.
  9. The resident host shall ensure that there should not be excessive noise or nuisance caused to other residents after 11 pm.
  10. Residents and their guests must ensure that the barbecue pit and its surroundings are left in a clean and tidy condition after use.
  11. All unwanted leftover food, litter, etc. must be disposed of into the provided trash cans. In the event that the trash cans are full, residents shall provide their own refuse container into which all litter, waste food, etc., are properly disposed of.
  12. All common area taps and washing facilities are not meant for the washing of utensils, cutlery, crockery, etc, except the tap at the barbecue area.
  13. Inspection of the barbecue area shall be carried out by the Management to determine whether there has been any damage caused to the common property. All additional costs incurred in cleaning the area and rectifying any damage shall be borne by the resident concerned.
  14. Permission must be obtained from the Management prior to hiring of additional tables and chairs to be used at the barbecue area.
  15. The Management will not be held responsible for any injuries, damages or loss of life, limb or property sustained by residents and their guests, however caused when using the facilities.

SWIMMING POOL / CHILDREN'S POOL / BUBBLE JET POOL

  1. Swimming Hours :
    Monday – Sunday : 7.00 am – 10.00 pm
    (except when it is being cleaned or serviced)
  2. Strictly no diving is permitted.
  3. Only residents and their guests are permitted to use the pools. Guests must be accompanied by the resident who shall ensure that their guests comply with the rule and regulation contained herein.
  4. Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied and supervised by their parent or an adult when using the pool.
  5. Persons suffering from any infectious disease or with bandages or open wounds of any types are not permitted to use the pool.
  6. Glassware and other breakable or sharp objects are forbidden in the pool or its surrounding areas.
  7. Portable radios and cassette players are permitted at the pool areas, provided there are no complaints from other users and residents; and Management reserves the right to request the removal of any of these equipment should it deems fit.
  8. Ball sports, frisbee playing, roller skating, skateboarding, “horseplay” and other similar activities will not be permitted in the pool area.
  9. Noisy, rough or dangerous activities will not be allowed in the pool, pool area, showers or dressing room.
  10. No live band is permitted.
  11. No pets shall be allowed in the pool or within 2 meter from edge of pool.
  12. Footwear, food and drinks are not permitted within 2 meter from the edge of the pool. Food is also not permitted at the clubhouse lobby.
  13. All swimmers must put on proper swimming attire when swimming.
  14. All swimmers must take a shower before they enter the pool.
  15. During thunderstorms, all swimmers are advised to leave the pool.
  16. All persons are required to dry themselves before leaving the pool area and changing rooms. No person wearing a dripping wet bathing suit shall go beyond the pool and changing area.
  17. The Filtration Plant and Pump Rooms of the swimming pools are strictly out of bounds to all persons.
  18. Only swimming coaches accredited/sanctioned by the Management are permitted to use the pools for coaching lessons. Swimming coaches are not allowed to bring in their own students.
  19. The life buoys are strictly for emergency use only and MUST NOT be removed from the racks except for saving lives.
  20. No poolside furniture shall be removed from the pool area. Misuse of poolside furniture is strictly prohibited. Deck chairs and other poolside furniture must not be reserved. Person vacating the pool area must remove all their belongings.
  21. No lifeguard is provided. All users of swimming pool are at their own risks. The Management will not be held responsible for any injuries, damages or loss of life, limb or property sustained by residents and their guests, however caused when using the pool and its facilities.
  22. The Management reserves the right to close the pool at any time for repair and maintenance. Swimmers are not allowed in the pool when cleaning/ servicing is in progress.
  23. The Management reserves the right to review and amend the swimming pool rules as and when it deems necessary.
  24. The Management reserves the right to disallow anyone from using the pool, or requires him/ her to leave the pool immediately if in the opinion of the Management staff, his/ her presence may disrupt the peace and quiet of the pool and it's surrounding.

TENNIS COURTS

  1. Playing time :
    Monday – Sunday : 7.00 am – 10.00 pm
    And Public Holiday
  2. Bookings :
    1. Strictly only residents with valid Resident / Identity Cards are permitted to book the courts.
    2. All bookings are make online with own password.
  3. Smoking, eating, gambling and other activities not related to tennis are not permitted in the court.
  4. All players must be properly attired for the game. Shoes and balls used must be of the non-marking type.
  5. Residents must produce their Resident / Tenant/ Identity Cards for identification before the security guard proceed to switch on the lights for the courts.
  6. At least one resident from the apartment who booked the court must be present when their guests are playing. The number of guests is limited to 8.
  7. Residents will be responsible for any damages caused by themselves or their guests. Any damages caused by the previous players must be reported to the Security immediately, before the commencement of the game.
  8. Players must vacate the courts when their sessions of play end.
  9. Only coaches accredited/ sanctioned by the Management are permitted to conduct coaching lessons on the court. Coaches are not allowed to bring in their own students.
  10. All tennis court bookings to be made at the Management Office and Guardhouse during working hours and off working hours respectively. That a non-refundable collection of $2/- per hour shall be payable for a confirmed booking
  11. The Management will not be held responsible for any injuries, damages or loss of life, limb or property sustained by residents and their guests, however caused when using the facilities.

GYMNASIUM ROOM

  1. Opening time :
    Monday – Sunday : 6.00 am – 10.30 pm
  2. Only residents with valid Resident / Tenant/ Identity Cards are permitted to use the gymnasium equipments.
  3. Residents should read the instructions provided before using the equipment. Due care must be exercised when using the equipment to avoid accidents and damage.
  4. Residents and their guests are to sign in at the Club House Counter before entering the premises.
  5. Proper exercise attire and exercise shoes must be worn at all times. Bathing suits and sandals are strictly prohibited. It is compulsory for all Gym users to bring own towers while exercising, for hygiene purposes.
  6. Eating and smoking are strictly prohibited. All litter must be disposed of in the receptacle provided. Pets are also not allowed in the premises.
  7. Children under 12 years of age are not permitted in the premises. Children from 12 to 16 must be accompanied by adults.
  8. Residents concerned will be responsible for any loss or damages caused by their guests or themselves.
  9. Residents are requested to place the weights back in its proper place after use.
  10. Equipment shall not be shifted or removed from their positions or from the gymnasium by the residents.
  11. The security officer or any representatives of the Management may require any person in the gymnasium room to identify himself / herself.
  12. A person who breaches any of the rules and regulations or refuses to identify himself / herself shall be required to leave the gymnasium room.
  13. The Management will not be held responsible for any injuries, damages or loss of life, limb or property sustained by residents and their guests, however caused when using the facilities.

MULTI-PURPOSE HALL

  1. Opening Time :
    Monday – Sunday : Session I – 9.00 am – 1.00 pm
    Session II – 2.00 pm – 6.00 pm
    Session II – 7.00 pm – 11.00 pm
    The Management shall reserve the right to the priority use of the Multi-Purpose Hall.
  2. Bookings:
    1. (a) Only residents with valid Resident / Identity Cards are permitted to book the Multi-Purpose Hall.
    2. (b) Application for the booking of the facility must be made in person and will be on a first-come first-served basis. Bookings of the facility shall be opened exactly 1 month in advance. A nonrefundable charge of $20.00 (subject to prevailing GST) per session shall be payable for a confirmed booking.
    3. (c) Cancellation of bookings shall be made at least three (3) days before the date booked. No refund of the charges will be made for cancellations. Residents who make proper cancellations may be permitted to book another date without additional payment.
    4. (d) To discourage frivolous bookings, residents who fail to turn up for two bookings and without making proper cancellation will be barred from booking the facility for the next two (2) months.
    5. (e) Each apartment is entitled to book one (1) session per month.
    6. (f) Inspection of the hall shall be carried out by the Management / Security to determine whether there has been any damage caused to the common property. All additional costs incurred in cleaning the area and rectifying any damage shall be borne by the resident concerned.
  3. The residents who made the reservation will be held responsible for the cleanliness of the hall and its surroundings. All waste or other refuse must be disposed of into the litter bins. Bulk refuse must be removed out of the condominium by the residents concerned at their own cost.
  4. The Multi-Purpose Hall is not permitted to be used for commercial, religious, political, company gatherings or other illegal activities.
  5. Residents are advised to submit a guest list (names and vehicle numbers) to the Management in advance to facilitate security control and guests' easy access into the condominium. The maximum number of guests per housing unit who may use the hall shall be 30.
  6. Live band is not permitted in the hall.
  7. Due care must be taken while decorating the function room. All chairs, tables, equipment or decoration brought into the room must be removed on the same day. Residents are not permitted to remove the sofa sets or any other items belonging from the MPH room.
  8. Banners, posters, notices, stickers, signage, or advertisement are not allowed to be placed or displayed in the function room or the passageway leading to the function room.
  9. The Management will not be held responsible for any injuries, damages or loss of life, limb or property sustained by residents and their guests, however caused when using the facility.
  10. Cooking of food in the premises is strictly prohibited.
  11. No pet is allowed in the hall.
  12. Portable radios and cassette players are permitted at the facilities provided there are no complaints from other users and residents and the Management reserves the right to request the removal of any of these equipment should it deem fit.

KARAOKE ROOM

  1. Opening Time :
    Monday – Sunday : Session I 10.00 am – 5.00 pm
    Session II 6.00 pm – 11.00 pm
  2. Bookings :
    1. Only residents with valid Resident / Tenant/ Identity Cards are permitted to book the Karaoke Room.
    2. Application for booking of the facility must be made in person and will be on a first-come, first-served basis. Bookings of the facility shall be opened exactly 1 month in advance. A nonrefundable charge of $20.00 (subject to prevailing GST) per session shall be payable for a confirmed booking.
    3. Cancellation of bookings shall be made at least three (3) days before the date booked. No refund of charges will be made for cancellations. Residents who made proper cancellation may be permitted to book another date without additional payment.
    4. To discourage frivolous bookings, residents who fail to turn up for two bookings and without making proper cancellation will be barred from booking the facilities for the next two (2) months.
    5. Each apartment is entitled to book one (1) session per month.
    6. Inspection of the facility shall be carried out by the Management to determine whether there has been any damage caused to the common property. All additional costs incurred in cleaning the area and rectifying any damage shall be borne by the resident concerned.
  3. The residents who made the reservation will be held responsible for the cleanliness of the facility. All waste or other refuse must be disposed of into the litter bins.
  4. The facility is not permitted to be used for commercial, religious, political, company gatherings or other illegal activities. The number of guests is limited to 15.
  5. Finger Food is allowed.
  6. Pets is strictly not allowed into premise.
  7. The Management will not be held responsible for any injuries, damages or loss of life, limb or property sustained by residents and their guests, however caused when using the facility.

BILLIARDS ROOM

  1. Opening time :
    Monday – Sunday : 9.00 am – 11.00 pm
  2. Only residents with valid Resident / Tenant/ Identity Cards are permitted to use the Billiards Room.
  3. Each resident is permitted to bring in not more than 6 guests any one time.
  4. Proper attire must be worn at all times.
  5. Bookings for Billiards Room :
    1. Strictly only residents with valid Resident / Identity Cards are permitted to book the Billiards Room.
    2. Booking is make online with own password.
    3. Bookings are not transferable.
    4. Advance bookings are permitted up to seven days inclusive of the day of booking.
    5. Cancellation of booking must be made at least one day in advance.
  6. Smoking, eating and gambling are not permitted in the Billiard Room. Pets are also not allowed in the premises.
  7. Residents concerned will be responsible for any loss or damages caused to the equipment and furniture, by their guests or themselves.
  8. Players must vacate the room when their sessions of play end.
  9. The Management will not held responsible for any injuries, damage or loss of life, limb or property sustained by residents and their guests, however, caused when using the facilities.

STEAM ROOM

  1. Opening Time :
    Monday – Sunday : 8.00 am – 9.00 pm
  2. The maximum number of guests per housing unit who may use the sauna shall not exceed 2 persons at any one time.
  3. Users may use the steam room for a maximum period of half an hour at any one time.
  4. Elderly residents should consult a medical practitioner before using the steam room.
  5. Children below 12 years of age are not allowed to use the steam room.
  6. Residents are advised not to take alcohol, tranquilizers, stimulants or other kinds of prescribed drugs prior to using the facility.
  7. Smoking is strictly prohibited.
  8. Food and drinks are not permitted.
  9. People with hypertension or heart ailments should not use the facility.
  10. Residents and their guests are to sign in at the Reception Counter before using the facility.
  11. Pouring of water at the heating elements is prohibited.
  12. Users are required to switch off the steam generator immediately after use.
  13. The Management will not be held responsible for any injuries, damages or loss of life, limb or property sustained by residents and their guests, however caused when using the facility.

SECTION 3: EXTRACT FROM THE LAND TITLES (STRATA) ACT

PART I PRELIMINARY

  1. Still to be added

FIRST SCHEDULE BY-LAWS PART II

  1. Still to be added

PART IV MANAGEMENT OF THE SUBDIVIDED BUILDING

  1. Still to be added

 

Disclaimer:-

While every reasonable care has been taken in preparing this attached information, the developer and its agents cannot be held responsible for any inaccuracies. All statements are believed to be correct but are not to be regarded as statements or representations of fact. All information is current at the time of going to press and is subject to change.