P A R C

PARC OASIS
MANAGEMENT
CORPORATION
STRATA TITLE PLAN NO. 2054
RESIDENTS’ HAND BOOK
PARC OASIS CONDOMINIUM MANAGEMENT
CORPORATION STRATA TITLE PLAN NO. 2054
CONTENT
PART I
Introduction
Resident Pass
Security (Proximity) Cards
Occupancy
Common Area
Renovation
Bulky Delivery and House Removal
Refuse Disposal
Pets
Recreational Facilities
Use of Car Park Facilities
• Definitions
• Application Principles
• First Personal Vehicle
• First Loan Vehicle
• Second Personal Vehicle
• Third and Subsequent Personal Vehicle
• Recall and Withdrawal of Carpark Label
• Change of Vehicle
• Loss and Replacement of Carpark Label
• Visitors’ Parking
• Unauthorised Vehicle and Illegal Parking
• Penalties for Unauthorised Vehicle and Illegal Parking
• General
Rules and Regulations of Funeral Wakes
PART II
Composition of Buildings, Block Reference / Facilities
Recreational Facilities
Function Room
Lounge
Barbeque Pits
Swimming Pool
Gymnasium
Squash Court and Tennis Court
Reading Room
Chip and Putting Green and Driving Range
Saunas and Steam Bath
Amendment / Additional By-Laws Passed
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INTRODUCTION
The purpose of the Residents’ Handbook which constitutes the House Rules
and other essential information is to provide guidelines for condominium living
that will promote harmonious occupancy of the apartments, to protect
occupants¹ from annoyance and to preserve the reputation and prestige of the
condominium thereby providing maximum enjoyment of the premises and its
facilities.
The full authority and responsibility for the enforcement of these house rules lie
with the Management². From time to time the House Rules may be amended by
the Management when necessary.
All occupants and invitees in the condominium shall be bound by the House
Rules. The occupant shall be responsible for the acts of his invitees and any
other personnel³ in relation to him.
Note:
1. Occupants include owners, their tenants, lawful servants, agents,
licensees and invitees who lawfully reside at the building.
2. Management refers to Knight Frank Estate Management Pte Ltd
3. Any other personnel include contractors, delivery men, servicemen or
any other person who enter the building at the request or with the
permission of the occupant.
Date: 2nd May 2006
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RESIDENT PASS
1. To be eligible for the issuance of a Resident Pass the applicant must be
residing in Parc Oasis Condominium on a permanent basis and his/her
identification card must show the Parc Oasis address.
2. Owners who are not residing in Parc Oasis and who have not tenanted out
their premises are also eligible to apply for the Resident Pass, which on
approval shall be issued only in the name of the owners and immediate
family members. Such approval shall be granted on a case-to-case basis.
3. Each apartment shall be entitled to three (3) Resident Passes free of
charge. Subsequent addition or replacement of passes shall subject to a
charge of $10.00 per pass.
4. To replace a lost pass, a letter declaring the loss of the pass is required.
5. Resident Passes will be issued to residents aged 12 years and above.
6. If an owner sells or rents his unit subsequently he must inform the
Management and return all the passes issued to him and members of his
family for new passes to be issued to the new owner/lessee.
7. A tenant is required to obtain a letter of authorisation or a full set of original
tenancy agreement from the landlord in order for the Management to issue
the Resident Pass. The name of the tenant and the occupants must
explicitly be mentioned in these documents.
For Company owned properties or Company tenanted premises, the letter
must bear the registered company members of the nominee who will be
eligible for the Resident Pass.
8. Visitors on temporary stay will not be eligible to Resident Passes.
9. Temporary Passes will be issued to residents’ employees such as domestic
servants (maids) and chauffeurs. Such passes are for entering into the
condominium and identification purposes and do not permit the holders to
use the recreational and communal facilities. They should be returned to the
Management upon the termination of the employees’ services. Issue of
such passes will be subject to a charge of $10.00 per pass.
10. Applicants must submit a copy of any legal document to prove their
ownership/tenancy of the related premises.
11. Two (2) recent I/C size photographs must be submitted for each application.
12. The Resident Pass is not transferable.
13. Only a valid Resident Pass will entitle the resident to the use and booking of
condominium facilities. Owners who have leased out their apartments are
not entitled to use condominium facilities as the rights have been
transferred to the lessee.
14. Temporary Pass will not be entitled to the use and booking of condominium
facilities. Proxy booking or telephone reservation will not be entertained.
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15. The Resident Pass will automatically be deemed null and void when the
holder is no longer residing in the Condominium. All such passes are to be
returned to the Management Corporation for cancellation.
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SECURITY (PROXIMITY) CARDS
1. Each apartment shall be entitled to three (3) Security (Proximity) Cards
free of charge. Subsequent addition or replacement shall be subject to a
charge of $20.00 per proximity card.
2. Proximity cards and key tags are issued only to residents.
3. A Security (Proximity) Card or Key Tag is not valid for use in place of a
Resident Pass for identification purposes.
4. A resident shall be required to carry with him the proximity card or key
tag to gain access through the main driveway entrance barrier, rear side
gate and to the individual blocks.
5. The Security (Proximity) Card or Key Tag must be within the following
range of the readers in order for the bearers/doors to activate.
Main entrance driveway barrier
Basement and 1st Storey Main Entrance door
Rear side gate
:
:
:
20” – 24”
8”
8”
6. Care must be taken by the resident not to bend or expose the proximity
card or key tag to sunlight for extended periods as this may damage or
affect the sensitivity of the card.
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OCCUPANCY
1. Subject to approval by the relevant authorities, an apartment shall be
used only for residential purposes and not for business or any other
purposes.
2. A resident shall be responsible for the conduct of his family members
and invitees at all times, ensuring that their behaviour is neither
offensive to other occupants of the building nor damaging to any portion
of the private/common property.
3. Residents shall not permit their children or visitors to play in the lifts or in
the lift lobbies, stairways, roads, car porches or in the front areas of the
building. Residents or their children are not to use the walls or floors for
ball-playing, skate boarding or cycling or to deface the walls or common
areas.
4. A resident shall ensure that his family or guests do not make excessive
noise that breaches the peace or causes annoyance to his neighbours
or other residents.
5. A resident shall not place potted plants or any other objects on the
ledges of balconies and windows of his apartment unit, or in a manner
that obstructs the passage of the corridor or poses a safety hazard to
other residents.
6. Livestock or other animals shall not be allowed or kept in any part of the
building, except that dogs, cats and other household pets, not
exceeding a reasonable number, may be kept by the occupants in their
respective apartments. Any such pets causing a nuisance or
unreasonable disturbance to any other occupants of the building shall
upon notice given by the Management be immediately and permanently
removed from the premises. All dogs must be kept on a leash and under
the control of their owners at all times.
7. Owners/residents must not, without the written consent from the
Management, carry out any alterations or install any fittings or fixtures
that deviate from the approved plans and specifications.
Owners/residents will be responsible and shall pay for fines or penalties
imposed by any government department for any unauthorised additions
and/or alterations found within their apartments. Owners/residents will
be fully responsible for all consequences in the event that the structural
integrity of the building is affected.
8. Owners who are not residents in Singapore shall appoint a local agent
to represent their interest. Such owners shall file the names, addresses
and telephone numbers of their agents with the Management prior to
allowing them access to the property.
9. An apartment owner or his appointed agent shall be responsible for the
conduct of his lessees(s) or guest(s) and shall upon notice given by the
Management, immediately remove, at his own expenses, any
unauthorised structure/equipment/property placed in the common areas.
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10. The absent owner shall at his own expense, have an authorised agent
or representative registered with the Management, to conduct periodic
inspections of his apartment and assume responsibility for the content
therein.
11. An apartment owner or his appointed agent shall not place any
advertisements, notices or labels on any part of the common property,
or on windows and balconies within the apartment unit, except on the
condominium’s notice-boards with the required consent from the
Management.
12. Once an apartment is leased out, the entitlement to the use of the
common areas and all other facilities is automatically transferred to the
lessee and the lessor is no longer entitled to use these facilities as the
lawful registered owner.
13. It is the responsibility of the apartment owner to give written notice to the
Management furnishing the names of the tenants or occupiers of his
apartment unit. In the event that such notice is not given, the
Management reserves the right to refuse entry to any person as it
deems fit.
14. Resident of the building is not allowed to use any employee of the
Management for any business or private errands. The management and
maintenance staff of Parc Oasis are not authorised or allowed to accept
delivery of packages, parcels etc. of any kind on behalf of the occupants.
15. Soliciting of goods and services, religious or political activities shall not
be permitted in the premises.
16. Private parties are limited to the Clubhouse or designated areas only.
17. The owner/resident shall obtain a copy of the Condominium’s Bylaws
and House rules from the Management at a prescribed fee. It is the
responsibility of apartment owners to ensure that their tenants obtain a
copy so that the latter will be well informed of the rules and regulations.
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COMMON AREAS
1. The sidewalks, passages, lobbies, stairways and corridors must be
obstructed at any time, or used for any purposes other than their
designated usage.
2. Personal property of any kind may not be placed on or stored in
common areas.
3. All potted plants shall be placed in containers so as to prevent the
dripping of water or soil onto other apartments or common areas.
All residents are to ensure no potted plants or any other objects are
placed dangerously on or near the perimeter of the premises whereby
they can fall and cause bodily harm to person(s) below.
4. Care should be taken when cleaning areas adjoining the external walls
so as 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. Any damage caused to the common property shall be assessed by the
Management and all cost of repair and/or replacement of broken or
damaged parts shall be borne by the person(s) responsible.
7. It is intended that the exterior façade of the building shall represent a
uniform appearance. As such, residents shall not allow any projections
to extend through any door, window openings or curved windows in the
living room. No awnings shall be installed in any part of an apartment.
8. All furniture and equipment placed or installed in the common areas
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 damage or loss 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 damage or loss.
9. In the event of power failure, fire or other emergencies, occupants must
not use the lifts but should use the stairways to vacate from the building.
10. Smoking in the lifts and enclosed common areas within the buildings is
strictly prohibited.
11. The Management shall not be liable for any injury, accident or loss
occurring in any part of the building.
12. Burning of incense is strictly prohibited in common areas except in
incense burners set up in outdoor areas designated by the management
during the respective religious/festive occasions.
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RENOVATIONS
1. Residents 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 unauthorised additions or alterations after giving
seven (7) days written notice to the resident concerned requesting him
to remove the same and all costs and expenses incurred in respect of
such demolition or removal shall be borne by the resident who shall fully
indemnify the Management against all such costs and expenses, and
against all loss or damage in respect of such demolition or removal
including legal costs incurred by the Management on a solicitor and
client basis.
2. Residents shall not carry out any work which may affect the external
façade of the building without prior written approval of the Management.
Façade shall include windows, curved windows in the living room,
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. Residents shall not install any television or radio antenna on the rooftop
or on any external part of the subdivided building.
4. Before carrying out any renovations, alterations or additions to an
apartment, the owner is required to apply for approval from the
Management and to place a deposit according to the schedule below:
Duration of Renovation Work
(Including Sundays and Holidays)
Amount of Deposit
Two (2) weeks or less
$ 1,000
More than two (2) weeks*
$ 2,000
*Subject to a maximum period of two (2) months
Such deposit is refundable provided the Management is satisfied that the
owner or his renovation contractors have not damaged any common areas,
left debris or caused any inconvenience to the building for which the
Management as part or full settlement for any cleaning, repair or
replacement and removal of debris due to the renovation. In addition the
Management reserves the right to deduct a sum of $100 for every breach
of the regulations or conditions set herein.
Should the expenses of such rectification exceed the deposited amount,
the resident concerned shall be liable to pay the difference. The renovation
deposit shall be refunded to the resident/contractor free of interest should
there be no other outstanding matter.
5. Duration of renovation work is not permitted to exceed the stipulated
maximum period of two (2) months. The Management may consider
extension beyond the stipulated period only in very exceptional case.
Approval for such extension will only be granted at the discretion of the
Management on a case-to-case basis. The Management reserves the
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right to refuse renovation work to continue beyond the stipulated
maximum duration of two (2) months.
6. Heavy work (hacking, drilling, etc) shall be strictly limited to a maximum
of one (1) week from the date of the Renovation Permit issued, including
Sundays and holidays.
7. Renovation works shall only be carried out on the following days and
hours:
Mondays – Saturdays
:
9.00 am – 6.00 pm
Owners/tenants and their contractors must inform the Management of
their schedules of work.
8. All renovation contractors must report at the security check-point prior to
the work being carried out, failing which the Management reserves the
right to refuse entry to any unknown person which cannot be verified
there and then. Renovation contractors of owners/tenants who did not
obtain approval for renovation from the Management may also be
refused entry.
9. All renovation workmen must report at the security check-point to obtain
identification passes and must wear their passes at all times whilst in
the building. Security personnel have the right to question any person in
the building found without a pass.
10. Owner shall ensure that the renovation workmen use only the
designated passenger lift and/or the staircase so as not to cause any
inconvenience to residents. The Fire lift and other lifts should not be
used. Packing and crating materials must be removed and disposed off
by the residents/contractors on the same day as they are being brought
in.
11. All residents are not allowed to tap water/electricity supply from the
common areas.
12. All building materials are to be stored in the individual apartment and not
to be left in any part of the common property.
13. The owner shall ensure that his renovation contractor undertakes to
place all debris and sand in gunny sacks or plastic bag for removal and
transportation.
14. All renovation debris is to be removed daily from the condominium and
not allowed to kept overnight on common properties. Unwanted
materials, debris, etc. should not be left in the corridors, lift lobbies, fire
escape staircases or any other common areas in the building. Otherwise
the Management shall remove them, charge the cost to the resident
concerned, and shall not be held liable for any such action. A sum of
$100.00 will be deducted from the deposit for breach of this rule.
15. All renovation works should be confirmed to the boundaries of an
apartment. Hacking of structural slabs, columns and beams are strictly
prohibited.
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16. Residents must ensure that adequate measures are taken to protect the
common property during the delivery or removal of materials by their
contractors.
17. Owners/residents shall be responsible for the conduct and behaviour 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/residents concerned.
18. Renovations, alterations and additions to units include:
(a) Alterations, additions or removal of wall and floor finishes;
(b) Demolition of walls, new partitioning, installation of windows and
grilles;
(c) Repositioning of internal doors and walls;
(d) Installation of false ceilings;
(e) Installation of built-in cabinets and other large fixtures;
(f) Installation of air-conditioning
(g) All works that involve bringing sand or cement;
(h) All painting works other than those carried out by residents
themselves;
(i) Installation or alterations of electrical and plumbing works.
19. 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 prescribed form which may be
obtained at 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 intended
renovations.
20. The Renovation Permit issued by the Management Office must be
prominently displayed at the main entrance of apartment concerned and
the owner/resident and contractor must comply fully with the terms and
conditions stated therein.
21. The Management has the right to stop the renovation work anytime
when any of the rules or conditions are being violated by the
owner/contractor, or whenever any act by the owner or contract workers
poses imminent danger or causes great inconvenience to others.
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BULK DELIVERY & HOUSE REMOVAL
1. Bulk deliveries and house removal should be carried out during the
following hours:
Mondays – Saturdays
Sundays and Public Holidays
:
:
09.00 am – 6.00 pm
10.00 am – 5.00 pm
Owner/tenants and their contractors are reminded to inform the
Management office of their schedules, particularly on Sundays and
Public Holidays.
2. All deliveries and removals must be reported at the security check-point
prior to the work being carried out. Otherwise, the Management
reserves the right to refuse entry of any unknown personnel for
purposes which cannot be verified.
3. All contractors must report at the security check-point to obtain
identification passes and must wear their passes at all time whilst in the
building. Security personnel have the right to question any person in
the building found without a pass.
4. All deliveries/removals and workmen should use only designated lifts
and staircases so as not to cause any inconvenience to residents.
Packing and crating materials must be removed and disposed off by
the occupants on the same day as they are being brought in.
5. Unwanted materials, debris, etc. should not be left in the corridors, lift
lobbies, fire escape staircase or any other common areas in the
building. Otherwise the Management shall remove them, charge the
cost to the resident concerned, and shall not be held liable for any such
action.
6. Residents must ensure that adequate measures are taken to protect
the common property during any bulk deliveries or house removal work.
Protecting canvas pad must be put up on the lift walls and adequate
protection should be given to the flooring and the individual lobbies
when conveying furniture and fittings to and from the apartment unit.
7. Residents shall be responsible for the conduct and behaviour 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.
8. Residents are required to place a deposit of $1,000 with the
Management before any bulk deliveries or house removal work can be
permitted.
9. The deposit of $1,000 shall be refunded free of interest subject to any
deductions by the Management for any costs incurred to remedy any
damage caused to the common property by the resident.
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REFUSE DISPOSAL
1. Loose or wet kitchen waste should be sealed in plastic bags before
disposing into refuse chutes.
2. To prevent choking of the refuse chutes and for safety reasons, any
bulky refuse, old newspapers, used paper cartons, unwanted clothing
and breakable items such as glass bottles, etc., should be properly tied
up and placed near to the compactor area on the ground floor for the
cleaners to clear in the morning.
3. Residents should arrange for unwanted furniture or other bulky items to
be disposed out of the condominium at residents’ cost. They may,
however, engage the service of the building’s cleaning contractor for a
fee.
4. Flammable items, wet cement and other adhesive materials are not
permitted to be thrown into the refuse chutes. Offenders of such act
shall be liable for the cost of replacement or repair to the damages
caused to the refuse chute.
5. Residents shall not throw rubbish, rags or other refuse or permit the
same to be thrown into sinks, lavatory cisterns or water of soil pipes in
the building or apartment.
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PETS
1. Residents may only keep household pets like terrapins, hamsters, and
birds provided that the number is not excessive. Each housing unit may
keep either one (1) cat or one (1) dog. Only dogs of small breed as
defined by the relevant authorities are allowed.
2. Where household pets are kept they must not cause any nuisance or
disturbance to other occupants, failing which they shall be promptly and
permanently removed from the condominium upon notice given by the
Management.
3. Residents with household pets shall observe the following rules:
(a) Pets shall not be allowed to be in common corridors, staircases
and landscaped deck. When in transit in lifts they shall be carried
or on a short leash.
(b) Pets shall not be allowed in the recreational areas under any
circumstances.
(c) Residents shall be responsible for the cost of repairing and
cleaning of areas being damaged or littered by their pets.
(d) All pet dogs must be on leash at all times while on the common
property.
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RECREATIONAL FACILITIES
1. Each facility has its own set of rules that is binding legally. Residents
and their guests must therefore abide by all the rules when they utilise
the recreational facilities.
2. Any person, resident or guest found to be in breach of the rules shall be
required to leave the recreational areas at once and the apartment unit
concerned shall be barred from making any reservations for a period of
four (4) weeks.
3. Any person who wilfully commits a breach of the rules or is knowingly a
party to the breach shall be guilty of infringing the bylaws governing the
use of the recreational facilities.
4. 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.
5. Only residents with valid Resident Passes may use/book the
recreational facilities.
6. The Resident Pass holders must make all bookings in person as well as
required to produce their Resident Passes before claiming the keys to
the recreational facilities. Failure to do so may result in the refusal of
use of the facilities.
7. Residents whose monthly maintenance contribution is currently in
arrears of six (6) months or more shall be barred from making any
bookings of the recreational facilities until the arrears in full are settled.
8. Guests of residents must be signed in at the reception counter located
at the Clubhouse and shall be accompanied by the residents throughout
the use of the specified facility.
9. Guests of residents must park their vehicles outside the condominium or
as directed by the Security Guards if there are insufficient visitors’ lots.
10. Children under 10 years shall not be allowed to use any of the
recreational facilities unless accompanied by their parents or
supervisory adults who shall be responsible for their safety and proper
behaviour.
11. Residents are responsible for the behaviour of their guests and their
compliance of the rules.
12. 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 they or their guests are about to use, failing which they may
be held responsible for such damage.
13. Other than strictly for his own personal coaching, a resident is not
permitted to bring in any coach or guest to conduct lessons or training
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for others, including his invitees. Only coaches accredited/sanctioned by
the Management are permitted to use the facilities for coaching lessons.
14. Residents/guests must be properly attired when using the facilities.
Appropriate tennis or squash non-marking shoes must be worn when
playing to avoid damage to the court’s surface.
15. The Management, security personnel or any appointed representative of
the Managing Agent may require any person in the recreational area to
identify himself.
16. Except for those games and activities for which the facilities were
specially intended, no other games or activities (such as football, rollerskating, skateboarding and horseplay of any sort) will be allowed in or
about the recreational facilities.
17. All forms of ball games are strictly prohibited within the compounds of
the condominium other than those areas designated for such use.
18. The Management cannot assume responsibility for any loss or damage
to any personal property, injury or death arising from carelessness or
negligence on the part of the person’s concerned or arising from failure
to abide by the rules.
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USE OF PARKING FACILITIES AT PARC OASIS
CONDOMINIUM
1. DEFINITIONS
a. “Management” means the Management Corporation or its
Managing Agent.
b. “Resident” refers to any person whose NRIC or documentary proof
of residency shows that he is permanently residing in Parc Oasis as
an Owner, a Tenant or as a permanent member of the Resident’s
household.
c. “Resident Owner” means the occupant is a Subsidiary Proprietor.
d. “Subsidiary Proprietor” means a person or persons holding legal
title to an apartment unit.
e. “Tenant” refers to the occupant who is the rent payer of a
Subsidiary Proprietor.
f. “Visitor” refers to any person other than Resident.
g. “Vehicle” refers to motor vehicle that is approved and registered for
use on public roads, and that its unladen weight does not exceed 3
tons.
h. “Personal Vehicle” refers to vehicle owned and registered in the
Resident’s name.
i. “Loan Vehicle” refers to Non-Personal Vehicle driven by the
Resident and includes, but is not limited to, vehicle rented by him or
owned/rented by his company and provided for his personal use.
j. “Other Vehicle” refers to vehicle other than the 1st Personal Vehicle.
k. “Standard Carpark Label” refers to label issued to the 1st Personal
Vehicle.
l. “Temporary Carpark Label” refers to label issued on a temporary
basis to Other Vehicle.
2. APPLICATION PRINCIPLES
a. A Resident is not allowed to park or leave any vehicle on common
property except with the approval of the Management. He must
therefore obtain a carpark label for his vehicle by applying to the
Management.
b. Only persons classified as Resident will be issued with a carpark
label.
c. A Subsidiary Proprietor whose NRIC does not show Parc Oasis
address but whose apartment is not tenanted out, may be granted a
Temporary Carpark Label at the sole discretion of the Management
and subject to presentation of some other form of documentary
proof of residency (e.g. the apartment’s utilities bills in his name).
d. The 1st Personal Vehicle of each apartment unit will quality for a
parking lot and shall be issued with a Standard Carpark Label.
e. Temporary Carpark Labels may be issued to Other Vehicles as a
privilege, subject to availability of parking lots and as determined by
the Management.
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f.
A security deposit of $200.00 must be paid before any Temporary
Carpark Label can be issued or released. It shall be refunded
without attracting bank interests upon surrendering of the label to
the Management Office, subject to it not being forfeited for
infriengement(s) specified under the carpark rules.
g. Only the Subsidiary Proprietor shall make application for himself or
on behalf of his Tenant, in a prescribed form obtainable from the
Management Office. A letter of authorisation from the Subsidiary
Proprietor is required if the Tenant is making the application directly
to the Management.
h. Applicant must submit relevant documentary proof of subsidiary
proprietorship, tenancy agreement, driver’s residency & vehicle
title/rights and declare truthful information.
i.
Notwithstanding documentary proof already presented by the
Resident at time of application, the Management reserves the right
to demand, as and when it deems necessary, the current or latest
documentary proof during the validity period of the carpark label.
The Resident shall produce the required documentary proof for
verification within five (5) working days from the date of demand,
failing which the Management shall withdraw the existing carpark
label issued to the Resident.
j.
The Management also reserves the right to reject an application if it
is not satisfied with the information provided in support of the
application. Approval of application on grounds or in circumstances
not foreseen or mentioned herein shall be at the sole discretion of
the management.
3. FIRST PERSONAL VEHICLE
a. Only the 1st Personal Vehicle of each apartment unit will be issued
with a Standard Carpark Label.
b. The label shall be valid for twelve (12) months or otherwise as
determined by the Management.
c. First issue will be free of charge. Subsequent issues shall be
subject to an administration fee of $5.00 per label.
4. FIRST LOAN VEHICLE
a. Every apartment unit without a Personal Vehicle but has a Loan
Vehicle is privileged to one Temporary Carpark Label.
b. Application by the Resident must be supported by:
i)
A letter of authorisation from the company stating the
Occupier’s name and address in Parc Oasis is required. The
vehicle registration card showing the name of the company
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or the address of the company is also required for verification,
or
ii) A rental agreement reflecting that the person hiring the car is
a bona-fide resident of Parc Oasis, or
iii) Other document(s) acceptable to the Management.
c. The label shall be valid for six (6) months or otherwise as
determined by the Management.
d. First issue will be free of charge. Subsequent issues shall be
subject to an administration fee of $5.00 per label.
e. A refundable security deposit of $200.00 must be paid before a label
can be released.
5. SECOND PERSONAL VEHICLE
a. 2nd Personal Vehicle of the same apartment unit does not
automatically qualify for a parking lot or label.
b. Temporary Carpark Label for 2nd Personal Vehicle may be issued
only if there are sufficient parking lots for all 1st Personal Vehicles.
c. The label shall be valid for six (6) months or otherwise as
determined by the Management.
d. First issue and every subsequent issue shall be subject to an
administration fee of $5.00 per label.
e. A refundable security deposit of $200.00 must be paid before a label
can be released.
6. THIRD & SUBSEQUENT PERSONAL VEHICLE
a. 3rd and subsequent Personal Vehicle of the same apartment unit
does not automatically qualify for a parking lot or label.
b. Temporary Carpark Label for 3rd or subsequent Personal Vehicle
may be issued only if there are sufficient parking lots for all the 1st &
2nd Personal Vehicles.
c. First issue and every subsequent issue shall be subject to an
administration fee of $5.00 per label.
d. A refundable security deposit of $200.00 must be paid before a label
can be released.
e. The label shall be valid for one (1) month or otherwise as
determined by the Management.
f.
The labels will expire at 6pm on the last day of the calendar month.
Reissue will be subject to availability of parking lots as provided
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under Paragraph 6b and may be allotted by ballot if there are
insufficient remaining parking lots.
g. In the event a ballot is called for, the Management shall give
minimum of one (1) day’s notice of the date and time of such ballot
to all existing 3rd vehicle label holders. It shall be conducted in the
presence of qualified applicants who exercise their right in attending
and witnessing the ballot.
7. RECALL & WITHDRAWAL OF CARPARK LABEL
a. The Management reserves the right to recall or withdraw any label
that has been issued on basis of fraudulent information or also from
those who have abused the carpark rules or facilities.
b. In particular, the Management may, as it deems fit, act accordingly
and promptly:
i)
To withdraw the appropriate carpark label and forfeit the
security deposit (if any) from a recalcitrant Resident who
persistently disregards and flouts the carpark rules. Serious
violation includes repeatedly or habitually driving (on two or
more occasions) a vehicle in a manner likely to endanger
the lives of other residents and pedestrians, such as driving
against the flow of traffic, speeding (exceeding 15kph), failing
to slow down and give way to pedestrians at zebra-crossing,
and driving in a reckless manner. The offending vehicle (or
any other vehicle driven by the same resident) shall
thereafter be barred from parking in Parc Oasis for a penalty
period of one (1) month. Re-issue of carpark label to the
Resident after the penalty period shall be subject to an
administration fee of $5.00 and a security deposit of $200.00
to ensure compliance of the rules. Further violations shall
subject to both driver and vehicle to the same action but with
the penalty period increased proportionately and according
to the number of times the carpark labels are withdrawn for
breach of the rules (i.e. 2 months for the 2nd time, and so
forth).
ii) To blacklist and ban any such offending vehicle that is a nonresident vehicle, from entering Parc Oasis for a penalty
period of three (3) months. Further violations shall be
subject to a total ban of one (1) year. If deemed serious
enough, the offence may be referred to the police for action.
iii) To wheel-clamp without notice, any such vehicle found
parked within Parc Oasis during the penalty period.
c. All recalled or withdrawn labels not returned to the Management are
considered lost and invalid, and the $200.00 security deposit shall
be forfeited
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8. CHANGE OF VEHICLE
a. Every carpark label is specific to the vehicle registered with the
Management, and is therefore non-transferable.
b. A new carpark label is issued only upon application and only when
the Resident returns the old label.
c. All carpark labels not returned are considered lost and invalid, and
Paragraph 9 shall apply for the issuance of the new carpark label.
9. LOSS & REPLACEMENT OF CARPARK LABEL
a. Residents who have lost their carpark labels may obtain a
replacement subject to the following conditions:
i)
A police report or statutory declaration may be submitted and
an administration fee of $5.00 shall be paid to obtain a
replacement label.
ii) If neither a police report nor a statutory declaration is
produced for the loss of a Temporary Carpark Label, the
security deposit placed with the Management will be forfeited.
A new security deposit together with the required
administration fee of $5.00 will be imposed for replacement
of the lost label.
iii) If neither a police report nor a statutory declaration is
produced for the loss of a Standard Carpark Label, a security
deposit of $200.00 will be introduced for the replacement
label in addition to the administration fee of $5.00 required
for subsequent issues.
b. Replacement labels will be issued under the carpark rules in force at
the time of replacement.
10. VISITORS’ PARKING
a. Visitors’ parking is allowed only between 7.00am and 1.00am.
b. The driver must state all information as required in the Visitor’s
parking chit prominently on the front windscreen for easy
identification by the security personnel. Each parking chit is valid
only for one (1) day.
c. Authorised vehicles can only park at lots designated for Visitors.
d. Visitor wishing to park beyond 1.00am must apply in person together
with the Resident, either at the Management Office hours or at the
Main Entrance Guardhouse after office hours. Approval granted will
be valid only for one (1) night.
e. No term or period parking can be granted to Visitors.
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11. UNAUTHORISED VEHICLE AND ILLEGAL PARKING
a. Infringement of the carparking rules includes, but is not limited to,
the following traffic violations:
i) Vehicle not displaying valid carpark label or parking chit.
ii) Visitor’s vehicle not displaying the full parking information as
required on the parking chit.
iii) Vehicle found parking, waiting or stopping in places where it
is either restricted or forbidden, as indicated by signage or
road markings.
12. PENALTIES
PARKING
FOR
UNAUTHORISED
VEHICLE
&
ILLEGAL
a. The Management shall be empowered to use a wheel-clamping
device to immobilise any unauthorised or illegally parked vehicle.
The offending vehicle shall be wheel-clamped thirty (30) minutes
after a Final Warning Notice has been issued and placed on its
windscreen.
b. Vehicle of Resident shall be wheel-clamped on the THIRD offence
after having previously been issued two (2) letters of warning a
twelve (12) month’s period from the date of the first offence.
c. Vehicle of Visitor shall be wheel-clamped on the SECOND offence
after having previously been issued one (1) letter of warning within a
six (6) month’s period from the date of the first office.
d. Vehicles displaying expired or invalid carpark labels may be
immobilised without notice.
e. Any vehicles (whether belonging to Residents or Visitors) found
using carpark labels that have been reported lost, forged or altered
will be wheel-clamped immediately without warning. In addition, the
Management reserves the right to refer such cases to the police for
action.
f.
Security personnel shall remove the wheel-clamping device from the
vehicle only after its driver has paid the following fees in full and in
cash:
i)
$200 Wheel-clamp Removal Fee, and
ii)
$50 Administration Fee per day
g. Only the Administration Fee may be waived (in full or part)
subsequently upon appeal and subject to the approval of the
Management Council. The decision of the Management Council
shall be final and binding.
h. Any immobilised vehicle not claimed by its owner within seven (7)
days shall be reported to the relevant authorities and/or be towed
away.
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i.
The Management however reserves the right to immediately tow
away any unauthorised, illegally parked or obstructing vehicles if it
deems necessary.
j.
All charges incurred by the Management including any towing
charges and incidental costs and expenses shall be borne by the
owner or driver of the vehicle and/or the Supsidiary Proprietor.
k. The Management shall not be liable for any damages however
caused to any vehicles immobilised by the wheel clamping.
13. GENERAL
a. Carpark labels are not specific to any particular lot and therefore no
resident is permitted to claim or reserve any preference lot for his
exclusive use.
b. Carpark label should be displayed prominently on the front
windscreen of a vehicle for easy identification by security personnel.
c. Parking areas are not to be used for recreational, storage or repair
works by Residents or their Visitors.
d. Washing of vehicle is allowed only for vehicles displaying a valid
carpark label. Visitors are not permitted to wash their vehicles in
any of the carparks.
e. Residents should obtain water only from water taps provided at the
various approved water points to wash their vehicle. Hosing of
vehicles is not permitted.
f.
Use of water from fire hose or service tap (without handle/knob) is
strictly prohibited. In particular, the unauthorised user shall be fully
liable for the costs of repair to damages caused to the fire fighting
equipment.
g. The subsidiary proprietor or the label holder of the vehicle shall be
responsible for the action and conduct of his servant(s) or person(s)
authorised to wash his vehicle. Any consequential liability or action
for breach of the carparking rules by the latter shall deem to have
been suffered by the former.
h. Acts of vandalism or persons caught vandalising any property,
equipment or vehicle will be referred or handed over to the police for
action.
i.
All vehicles parked in Parc Oasis will be at the owner’s risk. The
Management shall not be liable for any theft, damage or other
misdemeanour caused to any vehicles and/or their contents.
j.
All Residents shall strictly observe and comply with the carparking
rules, which the Management may amend or add on from time to
time.
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RULES & REGULATIONS ON FUNERAL WAKES
1. Funeral wakes shall not be held on the first storey of the residential blocks.
Residents shall only funeral wakes in areas designated for such purpose by
the Management.
2. The Management Office must be informed of any wake that is to be held
within the Condominium premises. A permit will then be issued by the
office.
3. The Management Office would allocate a suitable site for the setting up of
make shift tents and burning of offerings.
4. Visitors paying respects to the deceased and their family must comply with
all security requirements whilst inside the premises. Residents are to
ensure that their visitors observe and comply with the carparking rules.
5. Extra precautions must be observed to ensure that fire safety rules are
adhered when burning incense papers and offerings. Residents are to
make their own arrangements to burn the bulky offerings at an alternative
site if they are unable to provide a suitable bin. Burning of incense papers
and offerings on the turf, etc other than using the bin is strictly prohibited.
6. Anything that is said to be the cause for breach of peace (i.e. Musical
instruments, chanting, mahjong, generators, etc), that will cause
inconvenience to other residents must not take place from 10.00pm to
9.00am.
7. Residents must provide their own generator sets for the use of lights, fans,
etc. and/or any other electrical appliances. All electrical fixtures must be
approved by the Management Office. Generator sets are to be located
away from the residential blocks to minimise any noise nuisance.
8. Residents are to make their own arrangements for the cleaning of the
surrounding areas during and after the conduct of the wake.
9. A refundable deposit of $200 is payable. Administrative fee of $30 per day
is required. The balance will be refunded free of interest to the resident
who make the reservation. However, in the event that the cost of cleaning
or repairs to damage exceeds the deposited amount, the resident will have
to pay out the difference.
10. The Management will not assume responsibility for loss or damage to any
personal property, injury or death arising from carelessness or negligence
on the part of the person’s concerned or arising from failure to abide by the
rules.
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COMPOSITION OF BUILDINGS,
BLOCK REFERENCES & FACILITIES
ZONE
1
BLOCK NUMBER
1
2
3
4
NAME
ALLAMANDA
BEGONIA
CARMELIA
DAHLIA
NUMBER OF STOREY’S
18
20
18
20
OFFICIAL ADDRESS
51 JURONG EAST AVENUE 1
53 JURONG EAST AVENUE 1
49 JURONG EAST AVENUE 1
35 JURONG EAST AVENUE 1
5
EMILIA
20
37 JURONG EAST AVENUE 1
6
FREESIA
20
39 JURONG EAST AVENUE 1
7
8
9
10
GLOROSIA
HIBISCUS
IRIS
JASMINE
20
20
4
4
41 JURONG EAST AVENUE 1
43 JURONG EAST AVENUE 1
45 JURONG EAST AVENUE 1
47 JURONG EAST AVENUE 1
2
3
FACILITIES
FACILITY
LOCATION
OPERATING HOURS
MANAGEMENT
OFFICE
2ND FLOOR
CLUBHOUSE
FUNCTION
ROOM
2ND FLOOR
CLUBHOUSE
MONDAYS-FRIDAYS
8.30AM-5.00PM
SATURDAYS
8.30AM-12.30PM
EXTENDED HRSWEDNESDAYS
6.00PM-9.00PM
MONDAYS-FRIDAYS
7.00PM-11.00PM
SATURDAYS
2.00PM-5.00PM
6.00PM-11.00PM
SUN & P.HOLIDAYS
9.00AM-12.00PM
2.00PM-5.00PM
6.00PM-11.00PM
DAILY 9.00AM-12.00PM
1.00PM-5.00PM
6.00PM-11.00PM
LOUNGE
BBQ PITS
GYMNASIUM
STEAM &
SAUNA ROOM
SQUASH
COURTS
SWIMMING
POOL
GOLF RANGE
TENNIS
COURTS
PLAYGROUNDS
FITNESS
STATION
READING
ROOM
GROUND
FLOOR
CLUBHOUSE
EITHER SIDES
OF POOL
2ND FLOOR
CLUBHOUSE
GROUND
FLOOR
GROUND
FLOOR
CLUBHOUSE
IN FRONT OF
CLUBHOUSE
BEHIND BLK 1
&3
BEHIND BLK 8
REQUIREMENT
DAILY 8.00AM-10.00PM
DAILY 7.00AM-10.00PM
¾
¾
30 guests max.
Advance booking up to 1 month
from date of event
$200 DEPOSIT
REQUIRED
¾
¾
60 guests max.
Advance booking up to 1 month
from date of event
BOOKING FEE
$20 + 7% GST
$100 DEPOSIT
REQUIRED
¾
¾
20 guests max.
Advance booking up to 1 month
from date of event
¾
¾
Children under 12 years old is not
allowed
18 years old and abv only
¾
¾
4 guests max.
Advance booking up to 3 days only
¾
¾
4 guests max.
Children under 12 yrs old must be
accompanied by adult
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
1 guest max.
No retrieving of golf balls
4 guests max.
Advance booking up to 3 days only
No ball games allowed
¾
¾
¾
2 guests max.
No food & drinks allowed
No audible music
$200 DEPOSIT
REQUIRED
BOOKING FEE
$10 + 7% GST
DAILY 1.00PM-5.00PM
6.00PM-11.00PM
DAILY 6.00AM-10.00PM
BOOKING FEE $5
+ 7% GST
FOR RESIDENTS
ONLY
FOR RESIDENTS
ONLY
2 peak & 2 off-peak
hours per week
DAILY 7.00AM-10.00PM
Closed when it’s
cleaned, serviced
or during thunder
storms
DAILY 7.00AM-10.00PM
DAILY 7.00AM-10.00PM
REMARKS
2 peak & 2 off-peak
hours per week
3 NOS..
BEHIND BLK 1
2ND FLOOR
CLUBHOUSE
DAILY 8.00AM-10.00PM
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RECREATIONAL FACILITIES
1. Each facility has its own set of rules that is binding legally. Residents
and their guests must therefore abide by all the rules when they utilise
the recreational facilities.
2. Any person, resident or guest found to be in breach of the rules shall be
required to leave the recreational areas at once and the apartment unit
concerned shall be barred from making any reservations for a period of
two (2) weeks.
3. Any person who wilfully commits a breach of the rules or is knowingly a
party to the breach shall be guilty of infringing the bylaws governing the
use of the recreational facilities.
4. 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.
5. Only residents with valid Resident Passes may use/book the
recreational facilities.
6. The Resident Pass holders must make all bookings in person as well as
required to produce their Resident Passes before claiming the keys to
the recreational facilities. Failure to do so may result in the refusal of
use of the facilities.
7. Residents whose monthly maintenance contribution is currently in
arrears of six (6) months or more shall be barred from making any
bookings of the recreational facilities until the arrears in full are settled.
8. Guests of residents must be signed in at the reception counter located
at the Clubhouse and shall be accompanied by the residents throughout
the use of the specified facility.
9. Guests of residents must park their vehicles outside the condominium or
as directed by the Security Guards if there are sufficient visitors’ lots.
10. Children under 10 years shall not be allowed to use any of the
recreational facilities unless accompanied by their parents or
supervisory adults who shall be responsible for their safety and proper
behaviour.
11. Residents are responsible for the behaviour of their guests and their
compliance of the rules.
12. 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 they or their guests are about to use, failing which they may
be held responsible for such damage.
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13. Other than strictly for his own personal coaching, a resident is not
permitted to bring in any coach or guest to conduct lessons or training
for others, including his invitees. Only coaches accredited/sanctioned by
the Management are permitted to use the facilities for coaching lessons.
14. Residents/guests must be properly attired when using the facilities.
Appropriate tennis or squash non-marking shoes must be worn when
playing to avoid damage to the court’s surface.
15. The Management, security personnel or any appointed representative of
the Managing Agent may require any person in the recreational area to
identify himself.
16. Except for those games and activities for which the facilities for which
the facilities were specially intended, no other games or activities (such
as football, roller-skating, skateboarding and horseplay of any sort) will
be allowed in or about the recreational facilities.
17. All forms of ball games are strictly prohibited within the compounds of
the condominium other than those areas designated for such use.
18. The Management cannot assume responsibility for any loss or damage
to any personal property, injury or death arising from carelessness or
negligence on the part of the person’s concerned or arising from failure
to abide by the rules.
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FUNCTION ROOM
1. The opening time of the Function Room shall be:
Mondays – Fridays
:
7.00pm – 11.00pm
Saturdays
:
2.00pm – 5.00pm
6.00pm – 11.00pm
Sundays & Public Holidays
:
9.00am – 12.00pm
2.00pm – 5.00pm
6.00pm – 11.00pm
2. Bookings of the Function shall be based on the following rules.
(a) Strictly only residents above age of 18 with valid Resident
Passes are permitted to make bookings. Bookings may only be
made in person by Resident Pass holders during normal working
hours.
(b) Application for the booking of the above facilities must be made
in person at the Management Office. Such application cannot be
made more than one (1) month in advance and at least two (2)
working days before the date of actual usage. All reservations
will be on a first-come first-serve basis and shall be made on a
prescribed form which may be obtained at the Management
Office.
(c) Cancelled of bookings shall be made at least three (3) days
before the date booked.
(d) The resident is required to undertake to comply with the Rules
and Regulations as stated in the Application Form for the
booking of the above facility before any approval may be granted.
(e) All reservations are not transferable.
(f) Each apartment is entitled to book one (1) session per week.
(g) A deposit of $200.00 is required when making a reservation to
ensure that the rules and regulations are complied with and that
the premises used is left in a clean and satisfactory condition as
determined by the Management personnel in charge. The cost of
cleaning and additional charges, if any, will be deducted from the
deposit and the balance will be refunded free of interest to the
resident who made the reservations. However, in the event that
the cost of cleaning or repair to damages exceeds the deposited
amount, the resident will have to pay out the difference. In
addition, an amount of $50 may also be deducted from the
deposit for any breach of the rules.
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(h) A booking fee of $10.00 (exclude 7% GST) is applicable per time
slot.
(i) Residents are not allowed to book for the use of both the
Function Room and Lounge as well as the Barbecue pits on the
same day.
3. The resident who made the reservation will be held responsible for the
cleanliness of the above facilities and its surroundings. All waste or
other refuse must be disposed into watertight plastic bags and
deposited into litter bins provided. Bulk refuse must be removed out of
the condominium by the residents concerned at their own cost.
4. The Management reserves the right to the use of the function room.
Purpose of official meetings or any organized activities sanctioned by
the Management Council.
5. It is not permitted to use the Function Room for commercial, religious,
political, company gatherings or other illegal activities. The Function
Room shall only be used for private social gatherings. Except for
classes or courses accredited/sanctioned by the Management, it is not
permitted to use the Function Room for group or individual tuition.
6. The number of guests is limited to 30 persons
7. If the number of guests exceed 20, it is advisable that a guest list will be
given to facilitate the security control and guests’ easy access into the
condominium.
8. Live band or disco is not permitted unless authorised by the
Management.
9. The Management reserves the right to disallow further use to any
resident who has infringed any of the rules and regulations herein for a
period of two (2) months.
10. Cooking of food and boiling of water in the premises are strictly
prohibited.
11. The Management will not be held responsible for any injuries, damages
or loss howsoever sustained by residents and their guest during the use
of these facilities.
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LOUNGE
1. The opening time of the Lounge shall be as follows:
Mondays – Sundays
:
9.00 am – 12.00 pm
1.00 pm – 5.00 pm
6.00 pm – 11.00 pm
2. The Management reserve the right to the exclusive use of the lounge for
official meetings or any organized activities, sanctioned by the
Management Council.
3. Bookings of the Lounge room are subject to the following rules:
(a) Strictly only for residents above the age of 18 with valid Resident
Passes are permitted to make bookings.
(b) Application for the booking of the above facility must be made in
person by the Resident Pass holder at the Management Office.
Such application cannot be made more than one (1) month in
advance. All reservations will be on a first-come first-serve basis
and shall be made on a prescribed form which may be obtained at
the Management Office.
(c) Cancellation of bookings shall be made at least three (3) days
before the date booked.
(d) The resident is required to undertake to comply with the Rules and
Regulations as stated in the Application Form for the booking of
the above facility before any approval may be granted.
(e) All reservations are not transferable.
(f) Each apartment is entitled to book one (1) session per week.
(g) Residents are not allowed to book for the use of both the Function
Room and Lounge as well as the Barbeque pits on the same day.
(h) A deposit of $200.00 is required when making a reservation to
ensure that the rules and regulations are not infringed and that the
premises used is left in a clean and satisfactory condition as
determined by the Management personnel in charge. The cost of
cleaning and additional charges, if any, will be deducted from the
deposit and the balance will be refunded free of interest to the
resident who made the reservations. However, in the event that
the cost of cleaning or repair to damages exceeds the deposited
amount, the resident will have to pay out the difference. In addition,
an amount of $50.00 may also be deducted from the deposit for
any breach of the rules.
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(i)
A booking fee of $20.00 (exclude 7% GST) is applicable per time
slot.
4. The resident who made the reservation will be held responsible for the
cleanliness of the above facilities and its surroundings. All waste or other
refuse must be disposed into watertight plastic bags and deposited into
litter-bins provided. Bulk refuse must be removed out of the condominium
by the residents concerned at their own cost.
5. Residents are NOT permitted to use the Lounge for commercial, religious,
political, company gatherings or illegal activities. It is strictly for private
social gatherings. It should NOT be used by resident for the conduct of
meetings, seminar, trainings, workshops, project work/study, class tuition,
etc.
6. The Lounge shall be used only for social gathering of not more than 60
persons.
7. If the number of guests exceed 20, it is advisable that a guest list be given to
facilitate the security control and guests’ easy access into the condominium.
8. Live band or disco is not permitted unless authorised by the Management.
9.
The Management reserves the rights to forfeit the deposit (ie up the
maximum of $200) and/or disallow further use to any resident who has
infringed any of the rules and regulations herein for a period of two (2)
months.
10. Cooking of food and boiling of water in the premises are strictly prohibited.
11. The Management will not be held responsible for any injuries, damages or
loss howsoever sustained by residents and their guest during the use of
these facilities.
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BARBECUE PITS
1. The Barbecue hours shall be:
Mondays – Sundays
:
1.00 pm – 5.00 pm
6.00 pm – 11.00 pm
2. Bookings of the Barbecue pits are subject to the following rules:
(a) Strictly only residents above the age of 18 with valid Resident
Passes are permitted to book the barbecue pits.
(b) Application for the booking of the above facility must be made in
person by the Resident Pass holder at the Management Office.
Such application cannot be made more than one (1) month in
advance. All reservations will be on a first-come first-serve basis
and shall be made on a prescribed form which may be obtained
at the Management Office.
(c) The resident is required to undertake to comply with the Rules
and Regulations as stated in the Application Form before any
approval may be granted. Non-compliance or infringement of any
of the rules or bylaws by the resident or his guests when using
the facility shall render the deposit being forfeited by the
Management.
(d) Cancellation of bookings shall be made at least three (3) days
before the date booked.
(e) All bookings are not transferable.
(f) Each apartment is entitled to book one (1) pit per session per
week.
(g) A deposit of $200.00 is required when making a reservation to
ensure that the rules and regulations are not infringed and that
the premises used is left in a clean and satisfactory condition as
determined by the Management personnel in charge. The cost of
cleaning and additional charges, if any, will be deducted from the
deposit and the balance will be refunded free of interest to the
resident who made the reservations. However, in the event that
the cost of cleaning or repair to damages exceeds the deposited
amount, the resident will have to pay out the difference. In
addition, an amount of $50.00 may also be deducted from the
deposit for any breach of the rules.
(h) A booking fee of $5.00 (exclude 7% GST) is applicable per time
slot
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3. Residents are not allowed to book for the use of both the Function
Room and Lounge as well as the Barbecue pits on the same day.
4. The number of guests is limited to 20 persons.
5. If the number of guests exceed 20, it is advisable that a guest list be
given to the Management to facilitate the security control and guests’
easy access into the condominium.
6. Setting up of tents or camping overnight is not permitted.
7. Highly flammable equipment and portable barbecue burners are not
permitted at the barbecue area.
8. Live band or disco is not permitted unless authorised by the
Management.
9. Portable radios and cassette players are permitted at the barbecue area
provided there are no complaints from other users and residents and the
Management reserves the right to authorise the removal of any of these
equipment should it deem fit.
10. The resident host shall ensure that there should not be excessive noise,
disturbances or nuisance caused to other residents and guests.
11. The resident host is responsible for the proper conduct and behaviour of
his guests. He shall ensure that at all times his guests do not cause
nuisance to others. Should a guest become rowdy and behaves in a
contemptuous manner that causes nuisance and inconvenience to
others, the security personnel shall take action to evict the offending
guest from the condominium immediately.
12. Residents and their guests must ensure that the barbecue pits and its
surroundings are left in a clean and tidy condition after use. For hygiene
reasons, feeding of strays (e.g.cats) are not permitted.
13. The cost of cleaning and additional charges, if any, will be deducted
from the deposit and the balance will be refunded free of interest to the
resident who made the reservations. However, in the event that the cost
of cleaning or repair to damages exceeds the deposited amount, the
resident will have to pay out the difference.
14. All unwanted leftover food, litter, etc. must be disposed into trash cans
provided. Washing of barbecue utensils, equipment,
cutlery or crockery is not allowed at the barbecue area
or on pool deck. In the event that the trash cans are
full, resident shall provide their own refuse container into which all litter,
waste food, etc. are disposed off.
15. Permission must be obtained from the Management prior to hiring of
additional tables and chairs to be used at the barbecue/pool deck area.
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16. The Management will not be held responsible for any injuries, damages
or loss sustained by residents and their residents and their guest,
howsoever caused, during the use of these facilities.
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SWIMMING POOL
1. The swimming pool are open during the following hours:
Mondays – Sundays
:
7.00 am – 10.00 pm
(Except when it is being cleaned or serviced)
2. There will be NO lifeguard on duty. A person who enters into or uses the
pools shall do so at his/her own risk. Strictly NO DIVING is allowed at
the pools.
3. Only residents and their guests are permitted to use the pools. Resident
of each apartment unit is permitted to bring in not more than 4 guests at
any one time. Guests must be accompanied by the resident at all times
while using the facility.
4. Children under the age of twelve (12) years of age are NOT ALLOWED
in the swimming pool, unless 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 type are not permitted to use the pool.
6. Horseplay, pets, large mats or floats or other forms of activities, other
than swimming are not permitted in the pool or its surrounding areas.
7. Glassware and other breakable or sharp objects are forbidden in the
pool or its surrounding areas.
8. Portable radios and cassette players are permitted at the pool area
provided there are no complaints from other users and residents.
Management reserves the right to authorise the removal of any of these
equipment should it deem fit.
9. The following activities are not allowed at the pool deck:
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
Cycling
Roller-skating
Throwing of Frisbees
Skate-boarding
10. Footwear, food and drinks are not permitted within a perimeter of 2
meters from the edge of the pool.
11. All swimmers must be in proper swimming attires and suitable coverups/bathrobes must be used while going to and away from the pool.
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12. All persons must shower at the footpaths before entering the pool.
Suntan lotion/oil to be removed before entering the pool.
13. All swimmers are advised to leave the pool during a rainfall or
thunderstorm.
14. The Filtration Plant and Pump Rooms of the swimming pools are strictly
out of bounds to all persons.
15. Only swimming coaches accredited/sanctioned by the Management are
permitted to use the pools for coaching lessons. The maximum number
of training for swimming class is limited to 10 persons. Coaching is
permitted ONLY FOR RESIDENTS. A resident is not permitted to bring
in any coach or guest to conduct lessons or training for others, including
his invitees. Swimming lessons shall not be permitted at or after 6.00pm.
16. The life buoys are strictly for emergency use only, and MUST NOT be
removed from the racks except for saving lives.
17. No pets are allowed to be in the swimming pools and its surrounding
area.
18. Swimmers are not permitted to eat, drink or smoke in the swimming
pools.
19. The Management will not be held responsible for any injuries, damage
or loss sustained by residents and their guests howsoever caused
during the use of the pool and its facilities.
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GYMNASIUM
1. The opening hours of the Gymnasium are as follows:
Mondays – Sundays
:
6.00 am – 10.00 pm
2. Only residents with valid resident Passes are permitted to use the
gymnasium.
3. No Guests shall be allowed to use the gymnasium equipment.
4. Residents should read the instructions provided before using the
equipment. Due care must be exercised when using the equipment to
avoid accidents and damage.
5. Residents are to sign-in at the Reception Counter prior to entering the
gymnasium.
6. Proper attire must be worn at all times. Bathing suits and street shoes
are strictly prohibited.
7. Eating, drinking (other than plain water) and smoking are strictly
prohibited.
8. Children under 12 years of age are not permitted in the gymnasium.
Children from 12 to 16 must be accompanied by adults.
9. Residents concerned will be responsible for any loss or damages
caused by themselves.
10. Residents are required to place the weights back in its proper place
after use.
11. Residents are required to bring a towel for hygiene purpose during their
workout.
12. Equipment shall not be shifted or removed from their positions or from
the gymnasium by the residents.
13. The Management will not be held responsible for any injuries, damages
or loss sustained by residents during the use of the facilities.
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SQUASH AND TENNIS COURTS
1. Playing time:
Mondays – Sundays
2. Peak Hours
Mondays – Fridays
Saturdays, Sundays
and Public Holidays
:
7.00 am – 10.00 pm
:
:
6.00 pm – 10.00 pm
7.00 am – 10.00 pm
3. Bookings:
(a) Strictly only residents with valid Resident Passes are permitted
to book the courts. Each resident is permitted to bring in not
more than four (4) guests at any one time.
(b) Bookings must be made in person and will be accepted on a
first-come first-serve basis.
(c) All bookings are not transferable.
(d) For advance bookings, each apartment is entitled to a maximum
of two one-hour session per week during peak hours and two
one-hour session per week during off-peak hours.
(e) After residents’ entitlement has been used up for the week,
current bookings of one-hour per session are permitted within
one hour before playing time.
(f) Advance bookings as permitted for up to three (3) days, inclusive
of the day of booking.
(g) Bookings may be made for two courts but only at different times
of the day.
(h) Residents who are unable to turn up for their session of play
must inform the Reception Counter one hour before the playing
time.
(i) In the case of no turn-ups, the booked hours will automatically
be forfeited after a ten minutes grace. The court may then be
allocated to another resident on a first-come first-serve basis.
(j) Residents who fail to turn-up after two bookings and without
making proper cancellation will be barred from making any
bookings for a period of two (2) weeks commencing from the last
booking.
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(k) In the event of rain, item (i) & (j) will not apply to tennis bookings.
4.
Smoking, drinking of beverages, eating, gambling, pets or other
activities, other than the respective games are not permitted in the
courts.
5.
All players must be in proper attire for the game. Shoes and balls used
must be of the non marking type. Any players found not complying to
these will be barred from the court.
6.
Residents will not be permitted into any court without valid booking slips.
7.
Residents must produce their Resident Passes and booking slips for
identification before the Management personnel switch on the lights for
the courts.
8.
At least one resident for the apartment who booked the court must be
present when their guests are playing.
9.
Residents will be held responsible for any damages caused by
themselves or their guests. Any damages caused by the previous
players must be reported to the Reception immediately before the
commencement of the game.
10.
Players must vacate the courts when their sessions of play end.
11.
Only coaches accredited/sanctioned by the Management are permitted
to conduct coaching lessons on the court.
12.
The Management will not be responsible for any injuries, damages or
loss sustained by residents and their guests during the use of these
facilities.
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READING ROOM
1. The Opening hours of the Reading Room are as follows:
Mondays – Sundays
:
7.00 am – 10.00 pm
2. Strictly residents with valid Resident Passes are permitted to use
the Reading Rooms.
3. Residents are to sign-in at the Reception Counter prior to
entering the facility.
4. Each resident is permitted to bring in not more than four (4)
guests at any one time.
5. Residents and their guests are to book in at the Reception
Counter before entering the Reading Room.
6. Booking of the Reading Room by residents for exclusive use is
not permitted. It is NOT permitted for conduct of
meeting/seminar, private tuition or group study.
7. Proper attire must be worn at all times.
8. Residents and their guests shall be considerate of the other
users in the Reading Room at all times and shall refrain from
speaking or creating noise that would disturb or upset the peace
and quietness in the Reading Room.
9. Portable music may only be allowed in the reading room
provided they are listened with an earpiece or headphone. Any
portable music that is played audibly, even at a very low level, is
strictly prohibited in the Reading Room.
10. Residents concerned will be responsible for any loss or
damages caused by their guests or themselves.
11. Smoking, drinking, eating, gambling, playing, pets or other
activities which are of a distracting or indecent nature, are strictly
prohibited in the Reading Room.
12. The Management reserves the rights to ask residents or guests
who are disturbing the peace to leave the Reading Room
immediately.
13. The Management will not be responsible for any injuries,
damages or loss sustained by residents and their guests,
howsoever caused.
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CHIP & PUTTING GREEN AND DRIVING
RANGE
1. Playing time:
Mondays – Sundays
:
7.00 am – 10.00 pm
2. Strictly only residents with valid Resident Passes are permitted
to use these facilities.
3. The Chip & putting green can only be used for chip and putting
of golf balls. Any other game is strictly prohibited on the green.
4. Flag-posts may not be removed from the putting green.
5. Ball shall not be hit beyond the putting green. Residents shall
ensure that no one, especially children, is around them when
they are swinging their clubs.
6. Beginner golfers must be accompanied/supervised
experienced golfers when using the driving range.
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7. In the event that a golf club flies in the driving range, the golfer
retrieving the golf club must ensure that all other players present
must stop their driving prior to proceeding to enter the range
area.
8. Spectators at the Diving Range must keep at least a distance of
2 to 3 meters away from the golfer practising his driving.
9. Retrieval of golf balls from the driving range is strictly prohibited.
All golf balls to be utilised must be obtained from the dispensing
machine.
10. Golf cards (Total: 400nos. of balls) can be purchased from the
Clubhouse Reception.
11. Food and pets are not allowed in these facilities.
12. All litter must be disposed in receptacle provided.
13. Children under 12 years of age are not permitted in the Chip &
Putting Green unless accompanied by parents or supervising
adults who shall be responsible for their safety and proper
behaviour.
14. All persons are advised to leave the Chip & Putting Green during
heavy rain and thunderstorms.
15. Only coaches accredited/sanctioned by the Management are
permitted to conduct lessons in this facility.
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16. Residents will be held responsibility for any loss of golf balls or
damages caused by their guests or themselves. Any damages
caused by the previous players must be reported to the
Reception Counter immediately before the commencement of
use.
17. The Management will not be held responsible for any injuries,
damages or loss sustained by residents and their guests,
howsoever caused, during the use of these facilities.
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SAUNAS & STEAMBATH
1. Opening time:
Mondays – Sundays
:
7.00 am – 10.00 pm
2. Strictly residents with valid Resident Passes are permitted to use
the Reading Rooms.
3. Residents are to sign-in at the Reception Counter prior to
entering the facility.
4. Elderly residents should consult a medical practitioner before
using the above facilities.
5. Children below 18 years of age are not allowed to use the
facilities.
6. Taking of alcohol, tranquillisers, stimulants or other kinds of
prescribed drugs is definitely not encouraged prior to using the
above facilities.
7. Smoking is strictly prohibited.
8. People with hypertension, heart ailments should avoid the use of
these facilities.
9. Drying of clothes in the sauna is prohibited.
10. The Management will not be responsible for any injuries,
damages or loss sustained by residents and their guests during
the use of these facilities.
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