The resident’s handbook is published to give Subsidiary Proprietors and their tenants, a clear guide on the House Rules and By-Laws of Bukit Timah Plaza & Sherwood Towers. The House Rules and By-Laws apply to all residents and their guests.

Subsidiary Proprietors and Residents are also governed by the Building Maintenance and Strata Management Act, 2004 (BMSMA), of Singapore. The Act, is a gazetted document governing Strata Title properties in Singapore. Copies of the Act can be purchased from the Building Control Authority (BCA). It gives a clear definition of law with regards to strata titled properties in Singapore. Owners should be aware of their responsibilities, obligations and legal rights as strata owners (subsidiary proprietors) and also the duties and legal rights of the Management Corporation Strata Title Plan – in the case of Bukit Timah Plaza & Sherwood Towers, MCST 568. Tenants renting a unit should also compile.

Over the past 20 years, condominiums (strata title) have become a standard form of property ownership in Singapore. There are more than 2600 Management Corporations and each has its own set of house rules and guides; which are enforceable. Bukit Timah Plaza & Sherwood Towers is no exception.

Your co-operation in observing the rules and regulations set in the following pages will help to make the estate a more congenial place to live. The House Rules have a legally binding effect on all owners, residents and visitors.

The Management Corporation Strata Title Plan No. 568

In these Rules, unless the context otherwise requires:

Bukit Timah Plaza” mean the commercial units of the shopping podium.

Sherwood Towers” mean the residential units of both High Rise and Maisonette blocks.

Owner” or “Subsidiary Proprietor” means the person or persons holding legal title to a housing or shop unit.

Resident” means the occupier of a lot in Sherwood Towers which definition shall where appropriately include an owner or any other person authorised by such owner to occupy the lot as a tenant or lessee thereof and shall include the members of the family of such occupier who are residing in the premises.

Trader” means the person or persons carrying out business in the commercial units of Bukit Timah Plaza.

Guest” means a person other than a Resident or Trader who is in any part of Bukit Timah Plaza / Sherwood Towers and is of the invitation of a Resident or Trader.

Management Corporation” means the Management Corporation Strata Title Plan No. 568.

Management” means the Management Corporation, Council or the Managing Agent.

Managing Agent” means the agent engaged by the Management Corporation to administer the affairs of the Bukit Timah Plaza / Sherwood Towers.

Lot” or “Unit” means a stratum which is shown as a lot on strata title plan, and includes a lot specified as an accessory on any such plan.

Estate” means the housing units, commercial units and the common areas of Bukit Timah Plaza and Sherwood Towers.

Common Areas” consists of the land and the building that are not comprised in any lot and is common to all the Subsidiary Proprietors, for example, common staircase, lifts and any communal facilities.

The Act” means the Building Maintenance and Strata Management Act.
The Management reserves the right to change any of these rules after due notice is given to residents and owners.
All subsidiary proprietors, residents and traders shall observe and comply with the rules which may from time to time be amended or added on by the Management.

Words importing the singular shall include the plural and vice versa.

Subsidiary Proprietors must notify the Management of any leases and sub-leases on their units and to provide copy of tenancy agreement and sub-tenancy agreement which include the particulars of the tenants and sub-tenants to the Management for record before the lease commences.

 

  1. The units at Sherwood Towers shall only be used for residential purposes and not for business or any other purposes. The Units at Bukit Timah Plaza shall only be used for business or commercial purposes and not any other purposes.
  2. Subsidiary Proprietors must notify the Management of any leases and sub-leases on their units and to provide copy of the tenancy agreement and sub-tenancy agreement which include the particulars of the tenants and sub-tenants to the Management for record before the lease commences.
  3. Nothing shall be allowed, done or kept in the Estate which may overload or impair the floors, wall or roofs thereof or cause any increase in insurance premium rate or the cancellation, invalidation or non-renewal of existing insurance policies.
  4. Residents/Traders shall be responsible for the conduct of his/her 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.
  5. Residents/Traders shall not permit their children or visitors to play in the stairways, roads and car park areas. Residents/Traders and their children are not allowed to use the common walls or floors for ball-playing. Skateboarding or cycling nor to deface the walls or common areas.
  6. Subsidiary Proprietors who are not residing in Singapore shall appoint a local agent to represent their interest. Such Subsidiary Proprietors shall file the names, addresses and contact numbers of their agent with the Management prior to allowing them access to the property.
  7. Once a unit is leased out, the entitlement to use all facilities is automatically transferred to the lessee and the Subsidiary Proprietor is no longer entitled to use these facilities as the lawful registered owner.
  8. Soliciting of goods and services, or religious or political activities shall not be permitted in at Sherwood Towers. Religious or political activities shall not be permitted in at Bukit Timah Plaza.
  9. Private parties are limited to the Multi-Function Room, the designated areas and within the Units.
  10. No funeral wakes shall be held in the common areas including within the Unit.
  1. A cleaning and administrative fee of $50.00 (excluding prevailing Goods & Services Tax) to be imposed on subsidiary proprietors / occupiers if found disposing rubbish at the common area other than the designated area without the prior approval from the Management. Nothing shall be thrown out or emptied into the common areas. A Subsidiary Proprietor shall upon notice given by the Management, immediately remove, at his own expenses, any unauthorized structure/equipment/property/placed in the common areas.
  2. There shall be no dusting or cleaning of household which affects the cleanliness of the common areas.
  3. Persons in the premises shall not make excessive noise or engage in offensive conduct. Any occupant, guest or employee using the common part of the building between the hours of 10.00 pm and 7.00 am shall do so as quietly as possible and not cause any disturbance or annoyance to others.
  4. Radios, hi-fi equipment, television sets, musical instruments and other similar audio-visual equipment shall be kept at a reasonable volume at all times.
  5. Brooms, mops, cartons, notices, advertisement, posters, illuminations or other means of visual communications shall not be placed on windows, doors or passage visible from common areas without the prior approval of the Management.
  6. Care shall be taken when cleaning areas adjoining the external walls, air- conditioning compressors so as to prevent water from running down the exterior of the building or into other units.
  7. Residents shall ensure that no potted plants or any other objects are placed dangerously on or near the parapet wall of the premises whereby they can fall and cause bodily harm to person(s) on the lower ground.
  8. No goods or any other items shall be stored in the common areas.
  9. Bicycles, tricycles, children’s riding toys, roller-skates and the like shall not be ridden, used or left in any corridor, stairway, car park or common areas.
  10. Games shall only be allowed in the designated areas.
  11. The Estate’s furniture, furnishings, fire-fighting equipment or other common property shall not be damaged, misused or removed from their location.
  12. No major repair may be made to any vehicle parked within the Estate. A “Major Repair” includes a repair that involves excessive noise or oil spillage or dismantling of the engine parts.
  13. Residents/Traders shall arrange for unwanted furniture or other bulky items to be disposed of at their own cost.
  14. Garage sale will be permitted only with the prior approval of the Management and provided it does not cause a nuisance or inconvenience.
  15. Subsidiary Proprietors/Residents/Traders 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. Subsidiary Proprietors will be responsible for and shall pay all fines or penalties imposed by any government bodies for any unauthorized additions and/or alterations found within their Units.
  16. A Subsidiary Proprietor 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 unit and assume responsibility for the contents therein. Such Subsidiary Proprietors shall file the names, addresses and telephone numbers of their agents with the Management prior to allowing them access to the premises.
  17. A Subsidiary Proprietor shall be responsible for any non-compliance with the House Rules, By-Laws and/or the Act by his/her tenants, visitors, family members, vehicles and pets, or any default or omission of any such persons with respect hereto.
  18. No explosives or highly flammable material or substance of any nature may be kept, stored, or used in the Bukit Timah Plaza / Sherwood Towers.
  19. In the event of fire or other emergencies, occupants must not use the lifts and shall use the stairways to vacate from the building.
  20. Subsidiary Proprietors/Residents/Traders are not allowed to use any employee of the Management for any business or private errands.
  21. The Management shall not be held responsible for any injury, accident or loss occurring in any part of the Estate.
  22. Nothing herein shall be construed as intended to add, amend or repeal any statutory by-laws implied from time to time by the Land Titles (Strata) Act, (Cap 158), Building Maintenance and Strata Management Act, or any amending replacement or modifying legislation relating thereto, and in the event of any inadvertent or unforeseen inconsistency the statutory by-laws shall prevail.
  23. No external awnings, shades, screens, venetian blinds, grilles, radio/television antennae or any other external structures of the building shall be erected without the prior written approval of the Management Corporation.
  24. Every Resident/Trader shall permit the Management Corporation and their agents or contractors at all reasonable times and on reasonable notice being given (except in case of emergency when no notice is required) to enter his/her Unit of the purpose of:
  25. Maintaining, repairing or renewing sewers, pipes, wires, cables and ducts used or capable of being used in connection with the enjoyment of any other apartment or the common areas; or
  26. Inspecting, maintaining or repairing the common areas; or
  27. Executing any work or doing any act reasonably necessary or in connection with the performance or its duties or the enforcement the Rules and Regulation affecting the Estate.
  28. All Subsidiary Proprietors/Tenants shall ensure that their air-conditioners, fans or appliance is in a state of good repair and properly maintained so as not to cause any nuisance or annoyance to other Residents/Traders by noise, vibration, dripping, leaking etc.
  29. Normal household refuse shall be secured in bags and disposed of through the rubbish chutes. Flammable materials (such as paint and petroleum products) and heavy/bulky/glass objects must be carried to bin centre located at the ground floor back service road.

  1. The sidewalk, 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 kind may not be placed on or stored in common areas.
  3. 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.
  4. It is intended that the exterior facade 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.
  5. No goods or other items shall be stored or placed in the Common Areas.
  6. No shoes, prams, bicycles, toys, or the like can be left outside entrance floors or in Common Areas.
  7. Domestics Appliance, brooms, mops, cartons, notice, advertisement, posters, illuminations or other means of visual communication shall not be placed on balconies, windows, doors or in passages visible from the common areas.
  8. Residents are not allowed to hang their laundry at the common areas. Residents   may hang their laundry at the unit’s service balcony area for a reasonable time.
  9. The Management Corporation has the authority to remove any unauthorized item from a common area and dispose of it. Disposal cost will be charged to the relevant owner.
  10. Nothing shall be thrown out or emptied into the Common Areas. There shall be no dusting or cleaning or airing of household effects out of windows, doors, or balconies or in the Common Areas.
  11. A Subsidiary Proprietor, owner, resident, trader or occupier of a lot shall not:
  • Obstruct any fire escape route or any lobby in the subdivided building on any part of the common property leading to the fire escape staircase or fire route.
  • Obstruct or permit the obstruction of any walkways, pavements, entrances, courts, corridors, lobbies, stairways, fire escapes, roads or other part of the common property.
  • Mark, paint, drive nails or screws or the like into, or otherwise damage or deface any structure that forms part of the common property.
  • Carry out any painting on the outside of his/her Unit without first obtaining the consent and approval of the Management.
  • At any time obstruct or prevent access by the Public Utilities Board or Telecommunication Authority of Singapore or their respective employees to the electrical substation or telecoms substation erected or comprised in the Estate.
  • Hold any funeral service and/or wake in the estate or in the Common Areas.
  1. No private function or/gathering may be held at any common corridor without prior written approval from the Management.
  2. Furniture, furnishings, fire-fighting equipment or other common property shall not be damaged, misused or removed from their location.
  3. Any Residents/Traders or his children or his guest or others shall not damage any part of the common property. Any damage done shall be repaired and the cost of such repairs shall be personally borne by the Resident/Trader or their subsidiary proprietor.
  4. Ball games, skate boarding and any activity that would deface or cause damage to the walls or Common Areas are prohibited.
  5. Ball games of any description shall not be allowed on any part of the property, other than in squash courts and only for games where courts are designed for.
  6. No games shall be allowed in the Common Areas except in designated areas and for designated games.
  7. Residents/Traders shall not to permit his/her children to use any walls for ball playing (other than proper courts such as squash court subjects to rules) or to deface any walls or cause damage to Common Areas in any manner whatsoever.
  8. Cycling, roller skating, board skating are not allowed in the landscape areas, swimming pool deck and the lobby areas.
  9. No person shall wear a dripping wet bathing suit, smoke, drink or eat in the lifts, lift lobbies, and any common areas of Bukit Timah Plaza and Sherwood Towers.
  10. All Residents/Traders/visitors shall adhere to the speed limit of 10km/h when driving within the driveways of the Estate.
  11. An Owner shall upon notice given by the Management, immediately remove, at his own expenses, any unauthorized structure/equipment/property/ placed in the Common Areas.
  12. Owners shall be responsible for any non-compliance with the House Rules, By-Laws and/or the Act by their tenants, visitors, family members and their vehicles and pets, or any default or omission of any such persons with respect hereto.
  13. The Management Corporation reserves its right to take legal actions against Subsidiary Proprietor and its tenants for their failure to comply with the Notice served by the Management and/or its appointed solicitor on unauthorized structure/installation and/or goods/belongings/merchandizes placed at the common area.
  14. The Owner shall be held fully responsible for all claims, fees, proceedings, suits, expenses incurred in enforcement actions carried out by the Management Corporation.

Prior Notice – Submission and Approval

1. The Subsidiary Proprietor shall submit to the Management Office at least three (3) working days prior to any renovation works the following documents:

 Duly completed and endorsed prescribed Application for Renovation Works Form detailing the scope of renovation works with detailed layout drawings / plans and the duration of the intended works.
 Duly completed and endorsed prescribed Indemnity Form.
 Relevant requisite approval form from relevant authorities.
 Professional Engineer/Qualified Person certification and endorsement for any wall/slab removal works or structure works.
 Security Deposit and lift padding fees.
 Any other documents deemed necessary by the Management.
2. Before approval is granted for the addition and alteration of works, the Subsidiary Proprietor /Trader/Resident is to submit for the consideration of the Management Corporation the requisite approval from the relevant authorities where such is required by law.
3. The relevant authorities include and not be limited to the Building and Construction Authority, Urban Redevelopment Authority, National Environment Agency, Public Utilities Board, Singapore Civil Defence Force and Infocomm Development Authority.
4. Any intended works that involve removal of brick wall or any demolition work that may affect the structure of the building must be approved by a Structural Professional Engineer. Plans for the intended works and Professional Engineer’s certification/endorsement must be submitted to certify the intended works will not affect the structure integrity of the building. The copy of the certification must be submitted together with the application for renovation before commencement of work.
5. The endorsement of the Management does not constitute an approval of the Building Authorities. The Subsidiary Proprietor(s) 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.

The Contractor shall place with the Management Corporation a security deposit of S$2,000.00 (or any other amount as prescribed by the Management Corporation from time to time) for every renovation work and the security deposit will be banked in upon receipt.

  1. No renovation works shall commence before the approval and issuance of the permit for renovation by the Management Office.
  2. Renovation Permit/Approval for Renovation Works Form must be placed at the entrance of the unit for the duration of the renovation.
  3. Any extension of duration of renovation works must be approved by the Management Corporation. A minimum of 3 days’ advance notice must be given to the Management Corporation for such extension request to be processed.

On total completion of work, the Subsidiary Proprietor and / or their contractors shall inform the Management Corporation and arrange for a joint inspection with the Management Corporation’s representative. Subject to full compliance to all procedures, rules and regulations, etc. herein listed this chapter governing all renovation work and deductions for damages to common property and properties of the occupiers in the building and penalties for infringement, the security deposit will be refunded in full, free of interest. In the event of the deposit being insufficient to meet the Management Corporation’s claim, the contractor and the company in which he is acting on behalf, shall compensate and pay to the Management Corporation the difference between the said deposit and the amount so claimed by the Management Corporation. The said deposit shall be forfeited if:

    •  It is not collected within two months from the date of issue,
    • If any of the conditions stated herein are not complied with.

The Contractor’s company and its listed sub-contractors can only carry out the type of work specified in the Renovation Permit.
The Subsidiary Proprietors shall ensure that the renovations works are kept within the maximum period of sixty (60) days. Works can only be carried out within the following time:

 

Sherwood Towers

Monday to Friday:           9.00am to 5.00pm

Saturday:                             9.00am to 1.00pm (no noisy work allowed)

 

  • Any renovation works emitting noise including but not limited to hacking, drilling and ransetting are not allowed on Saturday.
  • All demolition and / or hacking works must be completed within one (1) week from the date of commencement.
  • No work is allowed on Sundays and Public Holidays.

  • All workers of the Contractor’s Company and that of its listed sub-contractors shall inform and register with the security staff at the Security Command Centre at Level 1 of Bukit Timah Plaza of their intention to enter the Estate prior to the commencement of any work and to exchange for contractor’s passes. Only workers with valid work permits are allowed to enter the Estate.
  • The contractors must keep the Management Office informed of any changes in workmen prior to their deployment at site.
  • The contractors shall be responsible for the good conduct and behavior of all workers of his Company and that of its listed sub-contractors so as not to cause any nuisance and inconvenience to the residents of the estate.
  • The Contractors and their workmen must confine themselves to the area of work within the Unit. The Estate’s recreational facilities are strictly out-of-bounds to contractors and their workmen.
  • Any workers found misbehaving or refusing to comply with the security procedures will be removed from the Estate and barred from entry.
  • When upon the common property, the workers shall be suitably clothed and shall not use any language or behave manner likely to cause offence or embarrassment to the residents / occupiers or to any person working in the estate.
  • All workers shall display the contractor’s passes at all times within the compound.
  • A charge of S$10.00 will be imposed for each lost contractor’s pass, this fee will be further subjected to prevailing GST.
  • All workers are to use the toilets designated by the Management Corporation or in Owner’s Strata Lot only. All other toilets are strictly for residents/traders/shoppers only.
  • All workers are to use the designated lifts and staircases. They are going so as not to cause any inconvenience to other occupiers. All renovation, packing and crating materials must be removed and disposed of by the contractors on the same day as they are being brought in.
  • The Management reserves the right to question any person(s) loitering in the units or common

  • The Subsidiary Proprietor/Resident/contractor of Sherwood Towers shall pay for the lift padding fee of S$20.00. This charge shall be further subjected to prevailing GST.
  • The contractors shall ensure that adequate protection is given to the lift wall, flooring and all other common fittings when conveying building materials to and from the apartment unit under renovation. Should there be a need for added protection to be placed at the lift floor, lift wall, lift lobbies, corridors etc., it should be provided by the contractors at their expense.
  • No heavy machinery is allowed in the lift.
  • The Management Corporation reserves the right to direct contractors to transport items exceeding 20Kg in weight of ½ m in size or 2 meters in length via stairways or other means if it is the Management Corporation’s sole opinion that this is the best method of transportation.
  • Any damage to the common property during the execution of the work must be made good by the contractors and is subjected to the acceptance of the Management Corporation.
  • The Estate’s common area must not be obstructed. Storage of materials in the common areas is strictly prohibited. All articles / materials must be stored within the subsidiary proprietor’s Strata Lot.
  • No tapping of the common water/electricity supply from the common areas is allowed. In the event when the subsidiary proprietor and/or traders/resident/contractor/sub-contractor is caught doing so, the Management Corporation reserve its rights to forfeit the renovation deposit or bill the usage of utilities at $100 per day or deduct $100 per day from the renovation deposit.

  • The contractors shall maintain the general cleanliness of the common area used by his workers and sub-contractors daily. He shall ensure that the area dirtied by his workers and sub-contractors be cleaned up immediately to the satisfaction of the Management Corporation.
  • No debris is allowed to be placed at the common area.
  • All debris must be removed from the site upon completion of work at the end of each day.
  • The renovation debris must not be washed down the unit’s floor trap.
  • The Subsidiary Proprietor / contractors shall not dump rubbish or building debris down the bin chutes, in the Management Corporation’s bulk bin, bin centre or in any common areas. It is to be placed within the subsidiary proprietor’s Strata Lot and be cleared away from site at the end of each working day.
  • All work including mixing of cement and paint mixing must be carried out within the unit. Under no circumstances will any work be allowed in the common area including the corridors.
  • All sands must be packed in bags before delivering into the Estate/Unit.
  • To prevent possible chokage of pipes in the common areas, the Contractors are not allowed to use the public/staff toilets for cleaning and washing of tools.
  • The Contractors are to comply strictly with all the mentioned items. Failing which, a penalty of S$150.00 per day will be imposed (or any other amount as prescribed by the Management Corporation from time to time) and this penalty shall be further subjected to prevailing GST.

  • All vehicles used for renovation work must be parked at the designated lots or as directed by the Management. However, the vehicle must not cause any traffic obstruction.

  • The contractors must ensure that extra precautions are taken when polishing the marble flooring. Flooding of the entire floor area is strictly not allowed.

  • The contractors must ensure that re-waterproofing works are carried out in all wet areas, namely bathroom, kitchen, balcony, etc. when re-tiling the said areas.

  • To comply with the requirements of the relevant authority and for safety reasons, subsidiary proprietors are required to engage their own licensed plumber for the installation of water heater in their units.

  • Windows installed shall only be the designated types.
  • Windows installation shall be of white powder coated aluminium.
  • Colour of glass shall be of frosted green tinted for bathrooms and clear green glass for other rooms.
  • Size of window shall remain the same as existing window opening.
  • The installation of windows shall at least meet SPRING Singapore’s SS212, which specifies the technical requirements of aluminium alloy windows that are commonly installed in Singapore.
  • The Installation and retrofitting of windows will have to be carried out by an approved contractor registered with the BCA Contractors Registry under a new Regulation Workhead (RW01- Window Contractors).
  • Only contractors registered under the new workhead of RW01 can carry out installation and retrofitting of windows. The details on the registration requirements are posted on BCA website under the “Contractors Registry” at bca.gov.sg.
  • After the casement windows have been installed or retrofitted, the trained installers must sign on the retrofitting report and hand it over to the Subsidiary Proprietor.
  • The Subsidiary Proprietor shall submit a copy of the Retrofitting Report to the Building and Construction Authority and the Management.

  • The material allowed is anodized aluminum and it should be in white powder coated.
  • Window grilles are to be installed within the unit on the internal face of the windows.
  • Size of the window grilles must be same as the window size.
  • All grilles shall be fixed within the strata boundary of the unit and are not allowed to encroach into the common property.
  • For kitchen utility area (yard), the installation of brackets for grilles must not be ramset on the railing of the parapet wall or on the structural beams.
  • All clotheslines shall be mounted on the internal parapet wall within the service area. The mounting of the clothesline at the external common wall is not allowed.
  • Door frame and panel shall be of timber with fire rating of the same with original door.
  • Size and position of door shall remain the same.
  • Material of metal gate shall be of anodized aluminum or mild steel.
  • Size and position of door shall remain the same as original.

  • Awning works can be considered an addition of sunshading device which do not require planning permission by the URA, provided that: 
  1. The projection does not exceed 2 m measured from the building wall line. 
  2. There is NO vertical support and not accessible except for maintenance purpose only. 
  3. It is not to be installed over approved ‘uncovered’ balconies. 
  4. Such addition will not lead to spillage of rainwater to the neighbouring sites. 
  • Structure of awning shall be of metal, timber or composite of both. 
  • Awning covering shall be of plain clay roof tiles (orange in color or equivalent). 
  • Maximum height of the awning shall not exceed 2700 mm high measured from finishes floor level of the balcony to the highest point of awning and not exceed 1300 mm high measured from the edge of parapet wall at the lowest point of awning. 

  • All window and split types air-conditioning units must be installed at the designated location approved by the Management. 
  • All condensing units must be supported by stainless steel brackets. 
  • The condensate outlet from the secondary tray or condensing unit must be properly discharged into appropriate discharge pipes.  
  • No air-conditioning unit is allowed to be installed in such a manner that will protrude into the common corridor.  

  • Subsidiary Proprietors/Tenants are to engage a PUB licensed plumber to undertake the installation works and to obtain necessary approval from the relevant authorities. 
  • Subsidiary Proprietors/Tenants need to open an account to install a water meter to register the water consumption. 
  • Subsidiary Proprietors/Tenants have to furnish drawings and plans indicating the type of pipes and fitting used in the installation, and showing details of water supply and waste discharge layout pipe connections and proposed PUB meter locations. 
  • Subsidiary Proprietors/Tenants are also required to engage a Qualified Person to make the necessary submission of plans/drawings to the relevant authorities for any alterations and addition works to the premises. 
  • Subsidiary Proprietors/Tenants have to engage a Professional Structural Engineer and submit certification of supervision to certify that the coring and puncturing of the building structure components e.g., the floor slab to accommodate the waste pipe, etc. 
  • Subsidiary Proprietors/Tenants are required to furnish us a letter of consent from the owner of the unit where part or whole of the installation is accommodated in their premises. 
  • Subsidiary Proprietors/Tenants must obtain a written letter of consent from the Management Corporation for any installation at the common area. 
  • Subsidiary Proprietors/Tenants must install all floor traps, grease interceptors, etc. within their own premises for the discharge of waste water. 

  • The Subsidiary Proprietors/Contractors shall allow the authorized officer of the Management access into the unit under renovation for the purpose of checking that no unauthorized work is being carried out. 
  • The Management Corporation in its absolute discretion reserves the right to reject any applicant and revoke any permit granted. The Management Corporation shall not be liable for any damage arising from the rejection of the application or revocation of the permit. 
  • Subject to the prior written consent of the Management Corporation and subject to approval obtained from the relevant authorities. Repair, alterations or extension works may be carried out by Subsidiary Proprietor at his cost and expense.  
  • All renovation works should be confined to the boundaries of a unit. Hacking of structural slabs, columns and beams are strictly prohibited. 
  • The Subsidiary Proprietor shall ensure that the works to be carried out will not in any way affect the structure of the building or the common property nor will it in any way cause any nuisance to any other Subsidiary Proprietor.  
  • The Subsidiary Proprietor and the contractors also undertake to indemnify the Management against any legal proceedings or suits arising out of or in the course of the execution of the work regardless of whether or not it arose from the negligence of the Subsidiary Proprietor, contractor or any of their servants or agents. 
  • Any additions and alterations allowed by the Management shall be subject to undertaking signed by the Subsidiary proprietor to be fully responsible for any or all damages arising from such work. 
  • Precautions should be taken against damaging the concealed electrical wirings and sanitary piping and the floor slabs. 
  • Any additions/alteration works that encroach onto the common areas and changes the façade of the building is strictly not allowed. 

  1. To be eligible for the issuance of a Resident Card, the applicant must be residing in the Sherwood Towers on a permanent basis and his/her identification card must show the residing address. 
  2. Subsidiary Proprietors who are not residing in Sherwood Towers and who have not tenanted out their units are also eligible to apply for a Resident Card. 
  3. Resident Card will be issued to residents aged twelve (12) years and above only. 
  4. Each Unit is allowed to apply up to a maximum number of 7 Resident Cards only. Application for the Resident/Temporary Cards shall be subjected to a charge of S$10.00 (subject to prevailing GST). 
  5. Replacement of a lost or damaged Resident/Temporary Cards shall be subjected to a charge of S$10.00 (subject to prevailing GST). To replace a lost card, a letter from the resident declaring the loss of card is required. 
  6. If a Subsidiary Proprietor subsequently leases out his unit, he/she has to surrender his/her Resident Card to the Management so that new cards may be issued to the tenants at the prevailing rate.  
  7. New Resident Card can be issued upon production of a letter of authorization from the subsidiary proprietor and/or a copy of the lease/tenancy agreement where the name of the tenant must be explicitly mentioned. 
  8. For company-owners or company-tenants, the letter must bear the registered company name and the names of the nominees who are eligible for the Resident Cards. 
  9. Tenants must return their Resident Cards to the Management upon termination of their lease/tenancy.
  10. When a Subsidiary Proprietor sells his/her unit subsequently, he/she must inform the Management and return all cards issued to him/her and his/her family members so the new cards can be issued to the new Subsidiary Proprietor. 
  11. Temporary cards may be issued to resident’s domestic helpers who are residing permanently in the Unit. Such cards are for entering into Sherwood Towers and identification purposes, but do not permit the holders to use the recreational and communal facilities of the Estate. 
  12. Temporary cards should be returned to the Management upon termination of employee’s services. 
  13. Applicants must submit one (1) recent passport size colour photograph and a copy of any legal document to prove their ownership/tenancy/employment of the relevant housing unit. 
  14. All cards issued are not transferable. 
  15. Only a valid Resident Card will entitle the resident to the use and the booking of Condominium facilities. Subsidiary proprietors who have leased out their units will not be entitled to use the facilities as their rights have been transferred to the tenants. 
  16. The Resident Card will be deemed null and void when the holder is no longer residing in the Estate. All such cards must be returned to the Management for cancellation.

Wheel-clamp actions be taken against unauthorized/illegal parked vehicles and an administrative fee of S$$200 shall be imposed for release of wheel-clamped on cars/lorries and S$50.00 for motorcycles (excluding prevailing Goods and Services Tax) as By-Law for unauthorized parking. 

 

[Note: For wheel-clamp actions against illegal/unauthorized parking at subsidiary proprietors’ lots, the subsidiary proprietors shall sign letter of indemnity to indemnify the Management Corporation and its agents against any liabilities incurred by the Management Corporation.] 

  1. Each residential unit has an accessory lot which is a carpark lot attached to the unit.
  2. All residents must park their vehicle at the allocated carpark lot at all times. Car parking at the residential lots located at podium block carpark deck 4, deck 5 as well as Sherwood Towers High Rise ground floor is NOT on a first come first serve basis.
  3. There are three (3) different car parking locations, namely:
    1. Ground car park (GCP) – along the driveway of the High-Rise Block. 
    2. Upper car park (UCP) – The residential car park is situated at level 4 of Bukit Timah Plaza. 
    3. Roof car park (RCP)- Situated on the podium roof, level 5 of Bukit Timah Plaza.

  4. A Subsidiary Proprietor who occupies a Unit at Sherwood Towers and owns a vehicle shall submit the vehicle In-Vehicle Unit (IU)’s number to the Management to operate the auto barriers.
  5. All applicants are required to produce documentary proof of ownership and residence i.e., Vehicle Registration Book, Company Certification Letter (for company car), Lease Agreement (if tenanted), insurance, etc. Residents are also requested to update their addresses in the vehicle log card before the collection date.
  6. The Management reserves the right to reject any application at its discretion. Applications, if approved, will be subjected to cancellation at the Management’s discretion. The Management’s decision shall be final.
  7. Each Subsidiary Proprietor or occupier shall be responsible to submit their current   car ownership status to the Management Office. Forms are available from the Management Office.
  8. A Subsidiary Proprietor is required to notify the Management of the change of his/her vehicle in advance.
  9. There is no visitor’s lot available. Visitors are to park at basement 3, basement 2, Levels 1 and 3 of Bukit Timah Plaza and pay the prevailing parking fees.
  10. Only Subsidiary Proprietor of the rightful lot has the right to authorize wheel clamping actions to be carried out if his/her rightful accessory lot is found to be occupied by others
  11. Subsidiary Proprietors shall indemnify and keep indemnified the Management Corporation and its agents from and against all claims, demands, writs, summonses, actions, suits, proceedings, judgments, orders, decrees, damages, costs, losses and expenses of any nature whatsoever which the Management Corporation and/or its agents may suffer or incur in connection with the exercise of its power to wheel- clamping vehicle.
  12. All unauthorised vehicles parked in the Estate or illegally parked will be clamped.  An administrative fee of S$200.00 (will be subjected to prevailing GST) on each occasion will be charged to release the clamp. The Management and/or its agents shall not be responsible for any damage(s) caused to the vehicle during the course of clamping.
  13. All vehicles parked in the Estate are parked at the owners’ risk. The Management shall not be responsible for any theft, damage or misdemeanour caused to the vehicles and/or their contents.
  14. Residents shall ensure that no damage is caused to the fittings and fixtures in the car park and shall be liable should any damage be caused.
  15. Parents are advised to restrain their children from playing around the car park areas. The Management shall not be liable for any injuries the child sustained during the mishap.
  16. Subsidiary Proprietors/Residents of the Sherwood Towers High Rise are allowed access to the front of their block for the following purposes subject to observing and abiding the conditions set out herewith:
    • For alighting and picking up passengers or visitors; 
    • For loading and unloading of goods.
  17. Vehicles left unattended at the driveway, service road or passenger drop off point will be wheel-clamped.
  18. All rules and regulations governing car parking shall be observed at all times.
  19. The Management reserves the right to make additions or alterations to the existing clauses as and when necessary. 

The applicant shall submit to the Management Corporation the prescribed application form 7 working days prior to any home delivery or house moving. 

 

Working Hours 

Sherwood Towers 

Monday to Friday:  9.00am to 5.00pm  

Saturday: 9.00am to 1.00pm 

No work is allowed on Sundays and Public Holidays. 

 

 

 

Deposit 

The applicant shall pay a deposit of S$2,000.00 (or any amount as prescribed by the Management Corporation from time to time) which will be refunded, free from interest and subject to the compliance of all conditions stated herein and to all claims by the Management Corporation for damages to the common property and property of the occupiers in the building. The cheque shall be made payable to “The Management Corporation Strata Title Plan No. 568” and must be delivered to the Management Corporation during office hours at least 3 working days before the commencement of work. In the event the deposit being insufficient to meet the Management Corporation’s claim, the applicant and the company which he is acting on behalf, shall compensate and pay to the Management Corporation the difference between the said deposit and the amount so claimed by the Management Corporation. The said deposit shall be forfeited if: 

  1. It is not collected within two months from date of issue. 
  2. Any of the conditions stated herein are not complied with.

Security and Registration 

  1. All works of the applicant’s company and that of its listed sub-contractors shall inform and register with the security staff at the Security Command Centre at Level 1 of Bukit Timah Plaza of their intention to enter the premises to the unit to carry out work and to collect the contractor’s passes. 
  2. The applicant shall be responsible for the good conduct and behaviour of all workers of his company and that of its listed sub-contractors while they are in the building. 
  3. No worker shall be allowed to loiter in any places other than the unit concerned. 
  4. Any worker found misbehaving or refusing to comply with the security procedures would be removed from the estate and barred from entry. 
  5. When at the common area, the workers shall be suitably clothed and shall not use any language or behave in a manner likely to cause offence or embarrassment to the residents/occupiers or to any person working in the estate. 
  6. All works shall display the contractor’s passes at all times within the estate compound. 
  7. A charge of S$10.00 (or any other amount as prescribed by the Management Corporation from time to time) will be imposed for each lost contractor’s pass. This charge shall be further subjected to prevailing GST. 

Lifts, Common Property and Obstruction 

  1. The applicant shall ensure that adequate protection is given to the lift wall and flooring when moving heavy furniture/equipment/items to and from the unit to prevent possible abrasion/scratch/damages to the lifts, lift lobbies, corridors and all other common fittings. Should there be a need for added protection to be placed at the lift floor, lift walls, lift lobbies, corridors etc., it should be provided by the applicant at his expense. 
  2. No heavy machinery is allowed in the lift. 
  3. Only one service lift may be used for moving purposes. 
  4. Any damage to the common property during the execution of the work must be made good by the applicant at their expense and is subjected to the acceptance of the Management Corporation. 
  5. Movers must not obstruct movement or deposit furniture and/or other items in any place other than what was designated by the Management. 

Cleanliness 

  1. The applicant shall maintain the general cleanliness of the common area used by his workers and sub-contractors. He shall ensure that the area dirtied by his workers and sub-contractors, be cleaned up immediately to the satisfaction of the Management Corporation. 
  2. No debris is allowed to be placed in the common area. 
  3. All debris must be removed from site upon completion of work. 

Vehicles 

All vehicles used for the home delivery/house moving must be parked at the loading bay, except for panel van or pick-up, lorries or such are not allowed to enter the basement carpark for the purpose of house delivery. Vehicles are not allowed to park over within Sherwood Towers. 

Others 

  1. The applicant will be liable for and must indemnify the Management Corporation and its  agents against all liabilities, loss, claims or proceeding arising out of or in the course of  execution of the work. 
  2. The Management Corporation in its absolute discretion reserves the right to reject any  applicant and revoke any permit granted. The Management Corporation shall not be liable  for any damage arising from the rejection of the applicant or revocation of the permit.
  3.  Upon completion of the home delivery/house removal form, the applicant shall inform the  Management and a joint inspection of the lift lobbies/common areas will be carried out. 
  4.  The security officer in charge of the individual court is authorized by the Management to  check and ensure that the movers abide by our rules and regulations. 

Livestock or other animals shall not be allowed or kept in any part of the Estate, except that of dogs, cats and other household pets, not exceeding a reasonable number may be kept by the occupants in their respective units at Sherwood Towers. Any such pets causing a nuisance or unreasonable disturbances to any other occupants of the Estate shall upon notice given by the Management be immediately and permanently removed from the premises. 

 

  1. Only dogs of small breed as defined by the relevant authorities (AVA) are allowed in the Estate. 
  2. All dogs must be kept on leashes and under control of their owners at all times. 
  3. Residents with household pets shall observe the following rules: 
  4. Pets shall not be allowed in common areas. When in transit, they shall be carried or held on a leash. 
  5. Pets shall not be allowed in the recreational areas under any circumstances. 
  6. Residents shall clean up the waste of the pets left in the common areas. 
  7. Residents shall be responsible for the cost of repairing and cleaning of areas being damaged or littered by their pets. 
  8. All dogs 3 months or older must be licensed by AVA. 
  9. The license badge must be securely attached by means of a collar to the neck of the dog. 
  10. A dog of a breed classified as dangerous or potentially dangerous or fierce (Category A and B dogs by AVA) are not allowed in the Estate. 
  11. Residents are to check with AVA (Agri-food and Veterinary Authority of Singapore) on the number of pets allowed to be kept in each household. 
  12. The Management reserves the right to make additions or alternations to the existing clauses as and when necessary. 

Sherwood Towers have a range of facilities available for communal use. The recreational facilities are for the exclusive use of residents and their guests. 

It is also important that they are not damaged or subject to undue wear and tear in the manner in which they are used. To inculcate the spirit of neighborliness, the following information/guidelines will assist you in understanding how the common facilities should be used. 

 

GENERAL 

  1. All recreational facilities are opened daily from 10.00am to 10.00pm unless otherwise stated.  
  2. The Management Corporation Strata Title Plan No. 568 reserves its right to: – 
  3. Alter the opening and/or closing hours. 
  4. Close any facility for the purpose of repairs and maintenance or any other reasons deemed necessary. 
  5. Guests must be accompanied by the Trader/Resident throughout the use of a specified facility except for those facilities that are exclusively used by residents/traders only. Resident must also ensure that his/her guests abide by the rules and regulations governing the use of each facility. 
  6. Except for those games and activities for which the facilities are specifically intended, no other games or activities (such as football, roller skating, skateboarding and “horseplay” of any sort) will be allowed in or about the recreation facilities. 
  7. Owners, Traders and Residents shall be responsible for any damage caused to the recreational facilities by them, their tenants, their children, their guests, etc. Residents must inform the security guards 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. 
  8. The Management and its agents reserve the right to refuse any resident from using   the facilities if the resident fail to abide and comply with the by-laws/house rules on the usage of the facilities. 
  9. Radio, hi-fi equipment, television sets, musical instruments and other similar audio – visual equipment may not be played in or about the recreational facilities except when operated with headphones. 
  10. The Management and its agents shall not be held any responsible for any injuries, damages or loss sustained by residents and their guests during the use of recreational facilities.   
  11. The Management reserves the right to add new clauses or amend existing ones as and when necessary.

 

Swimming Pool/Wading Pool  

  1. The swimming pool/wading pool is situated on Level 5 of Bukit Timah Plaza. Changing rooms with shower facilities catering for male and female users are located nearby. 
  2. The Swimming Pool/wading pool is opened daily from 10.00am to 10.00pm. 
  3. The Management may by notice displayed in the notice board: 
    1. Alter these hours 
    2. Close the pool for repair and maintenance or other reasons deemed necessary. 
  4. The Management accepts no responsibility for any accident or fatality to residents or their guests, including children. All persons using the pools at their own risk and liability. 
  5. Babies or toddlers, and children under 5 years of age are advised not to enter the pool unless accompanied by adults who shall be responsible for their safety. 
  6. All person using the swimming pool/wading pool must be in proper attire as decided by the Management. No person shall wear hair-pins, curlers, safety pin, bobby pins and other similar objects in the pools. 
  7. All swimmers using any form of sun-bathing lotion or oils are requested to shower before entering the pool. 
  8. A user shall use the foot-bath and take a shower before entering the swimming pool. 
  9. Smoking, eating and drinking in the pools and at the pool deck area and its immediate vicinity are prohibited. 
  10. No pets are allowed in the pool on its vicinity. 
  11. Persons having infections disease or open wounds shall not use the pool 
  12. Spitting, nose blowing, urinating or discharging bodily waste in the pool is strictly prohibited. 
  13. Cycling, roller-skating, and ball games are not allowed in the pool area. 
  14. Users shall not cause nuisance or disturbance to others whilst using the pool. 
  15. Pool users are to change out of their wet costumes or swimwear before leaving the recreation area. Changing rooms are provided for the purpose. 
  16. Swimming coaches are not allowed to conduct coaching lessons at the swimming pool. 
  17. Guests are not allowed to take swimming lessons at the premises. 
  18. No resident/trader is allowed to reserve the pool for private functions. 
  19. Unauthorized person shall not be allowed to enter the filtration plant or pump room. 

 

Safety precautions 

  1. Lifeguards are not provided. Owners / Traders / Residents / Guests and other users of the pool shall be responsible for the safety of themselves and their children. 
  2. All users are advised to leave the pool in the event of a storm and/or requested by an authorized person. 

 

Children’s Playground  

  1. The children’s playground is for the exclusive use of children and their guests under 12 years of age and above 2 years of age. 
  2. Children must be accompanied by the parents or supervising adults who shall be responsible for the children’s safety and proper behaviour. 
  3. No livestock, poultry, dogs, cats or other household pets shall be allowed in the children’s playground. 
  4. Residents shall ensure that no damage is caused to the fittings/fixtures of the playground. 
  5. No food and drinks are allowed in the playground. 
  6. Noisy, rough or dangerous play will not be permitted at the playground. 
  7. The Management will not be held responsible for any injuries, damages or loss of lift, limb or property sustained by Residents/Traders and their guest, howsoever caused when using the recreational facilities. 

 

Gymnasium 

  1. The Gymnasium is opened from 6.00am to 10.00pm daily. 
  2. The Gymnasium is for the exclusive use of the Residents/Traders with valid Resident/Facilities Card. No guest is allowed. 
  3. Residents/Traders should read the instructions provided before using the equipment. Due care must be exercised when using the equipment to avoid accidents and damages. 
  4. Residents/Traders are advised to consult a medical practitioner before using the facilities. The Management will not be responsible for any mishap arising from the use of the equipment. 
  5. Children under eight (8) years of age are not permitted in the gymnasium. Children between twelve (12) and sixteen (16) years of age must be accompanied by adults when using the equipment in the gymnasium. 
  6. Eating, drinking and smoking are strictly prohibited. 
  7. All users must be properly attired (that is, T-shirts & shorts or track suits and sport shoes). The Management reserves the right to turn away users who are not properly attired. 
  8. Audio and video equipment is not allowed in the gymnasium except those provided by The Management. 
  9. Due care must be exercised when using the equipment in the gymnasium and such equipment must not be moved from its location.  
  10. No equipment is to be removed from the gymnasium. 
  11. Any users causing nuisance and/or damages either willfully or accidentally to any equipment and facilities shall be held liable and be responsible to the Management and its agents. 
  12. Users must bring along a towel when using the equipment in the gymnasium for personal hygiene. 
  13. The Management shall not be liable for any mishap, injury or loss sustained by residents and/or their guests, howsoever caused during the use of the gymnasium. 
  14. Any damage shall be reported to the Management immediately. If the damage is not resulted from normal wear and tear, the user(s) may be responsible for its repair or replacement. 
  15. Residents/Traders are to switch off the audio equipment, air-conditioners and lights before leaving the gymnasium when no one else is using it. 
  16. No pets are allowed in the gymnasium. 
  17. The Management shall not be liable for any injury, accident or death to any person. 
  18. Users are liable to make good any damage to property or fittings and fixtures caused by them or their guests. 
  19. The Management reserves the right to require any person who breaches any rule to leave the gymnasium. 
  20. Activities (such as studying and games) other than those involving the use of gym equipment shall be strictly prohibited at all times. 

 

Karaoke Lounge  

  1. The Karaoke Lounge is opened for booking for the following two sessions daily:
    Monday to Sunday: Morning (10.00am to 3.30pm) Evening (4.30pm to 10.00pm)
    (Including Public Holiday) 
  2. Each unit is only entitled to book the Karaoke Lounge Room once a month. 
  3. A fee of S$20.00 (subject to prevailing GST) will be charged for each booking of the Karaoke Lounge. 
  4. A refundable deposit of S$100.00 (to cover damages or removal of rubbish if any) is required for the use of the Lounge for each session. 
  5. The Applicant is required to pay the refundable deposit while the booking is made. The cheque shall be made payable to ‘The Management Corporation Strata Title Plan No. 568’. Booking shall be made in person at the Management Office on a ‘first- come-first-served’ basis. 
  6. Cancellation of booking shall be made at least three (3) days before the actual date, failing which the deposit will be forfeited. A non-refundable booking fee of S$20.00 (excluding prevailing GST) is applicable. 
  7. The advance booking for Karaoke Lounge is one month. For example, if the booked date  is on 1st March, then the advance booking can only be done on 1st February and so on. 
  8. To request for refund of the security deposit, please proceed to the Management Office on the next working day along with computer-generated Official Receipt. The security deposit will be refunded around 6 weeks from date of request. 
  9. The advance booking for Karaoke Lounge is one month. For example, if the booked date is on 1st March, then the advance booking can only be done on 1st February and so on. 
  10. The Management reserves the right to refuse the use of the Karaoke Lounge by the Applicant who is unable to present the booking form when so called upon to do so. 
  11. The Karaoke Lounge must not be used for commercial (e.g., sale of ticket), religious, political and/or other illegal activities. 
  12. Gambling, mahjong, card games and any forms of gambling are strictly prohibited. 
  13. Cooking of food in the Karaoke Lounge and the common areas are strictly prohibited. 
  14. The use of the Karaoke Lounge is only restricted to the Applicant and his/her invited guests. 
  15. Smoking is strictly prohibited in the Karaoke Lounge. 
  16. Users are required to take good care of the Karaoke Lounge. Any damage shall be reported to the Management immediately. If the damage caused is not as a result of normal wear and tear, the user(s) will be responsible for its repair/replacement. 
  17. Pets are NOT allowed in the Karaoke Lounge. 
  18. The permit for use of the Karaoke Lounge is not transferable. 
  19. No group tuition or individual tuition is permitted in the Karaoke Lounge. 
  20. The Applicant who breaches any of the rules and regulations is required to leave the Karaoke Lounge. 
  21. The number of guests is limited to ten (10). It is advisable that a guest list be given to the Management to facilitate security control and guests’ easy access into the Karaoke Lounge. 
  22. The Management reserves the right to forfeit the deposit and to refuse future bookings for non-compliance of any of the above rules and regulations. 
  23. The Applicant shall indemnify the Management and its agents against all actions, claims and demands that may be brought against the Management by one person or persons on account of or attributable to the use of facility. 
  24. Residents who made the booking 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 Estate by the resident concern at his own cost. 
  25. The Management and its agents shall not be responsible for any accident / death due to negligence or the like on the part of the person(s) concerned, or arising from failure to abide by the rules. 
  26. Due care must be taken while decorating the Karaoke Lounge. All chairs, tables, equipment or decoration brought into the room must be removed on the same day. Banners, posters, notices, stickers, signages or advertisement are not allowed to be placed or displayed in the room or the passageway leading to the room. 
  27. The Management reserves the right to change the above rules and regulations without prior notice. 

 

Multi-Function Room  

  1. The Multi-Function Room is opened for booking for the following two sessions daily:
    Monday to Sunday: Morning (10.00am to 3.30pm) Evening (4.30pm to 10.00pm)
    (Including Public Holiday)
     
  2. Each unit is only entitled to book the Multi-Function Room once a month. 
  3. A fee of S$20.00 (subject to prevailing GST) will be charged for each booking of the Multi-Function Room. 
  4. A refundable deposit of S$100.00 (to cover damages or removal of rubbish if any) is required for the use of the Multi-Function Room for each session. 
  5. The Applicant is required to pay the refundable deposit while the booking is made. The cheque shall be made payable to ‘The Management Corporation Strata Title Plan No. 568. Booking shall be made in person at the Management Office on a ‘first-come-first-served’ basis. 
  6. Cancellation of booking shall be made at least three (3) days before the actual date, failing which the deposit will be forfeited. A non-refundable booking fee of S$20.00 (excluding prevailing GST) is applicable. 
  7. The advance booking for Multi-Function Room is one month. For example, if the booked date is on 1st March, then the advance booking can only be done on 1st February and so on. 
  8. To request for refund of the security deposit, please proceed to the Management Office on the next working day along with computer-generated Official Receipt. The security deposit will be refunded around 6 weeks from date of request. 
  9. The Management reserves the right to refuse the use of the Multi-Function Room to the Applicant who is unable to present the booking form when so called upon to do so. 
  10. The Multi-Function Room must not be used for commercial (e.g., sale of ticket), religious, political and/or other illegal activities. 
  11. Gambling, mahjong, card games and any forms of gambling are strictly prohibited. 
  12. Cooking of food in the Multi-Function Room and the common areas are strictly prohibited. 
  13. The use of the Multi-Function Room is only restricted to the Applicant and his/her invited guests. 
  14. Smoking is strictly prohibited in the Multi-Function Room. 
  15. Users are required to take good care of the Multi-Function Room. Any damage shall be reported to the Management immediately. If the damage caused is not as a result of normal wear and tear, the user(s) will be responsible for its repair/replacement. 
  16. Pets are NOT allowed in the Multi-Function Room. 
  17. Wet Bathing suit is not allowed in the Multi-Function Room. Swimmers are requested to change to proper attire before entering the Multi-Function Room. 
  18. The permit for use of the Multi-Function Room is not transferable. 
  19. The Multi-Function Room can only be used for functions such as weddings, birthday parties or any other social functions approved by the Management. No group tuition or individual tuition is permitted in the multi-Function room. 
  20. The Applicant who breaches any of the rules and regulations is required to leave the Multi-Function Room. 
  21. Live band, mobile disco or hi-fi system are not permitted. Only portable component of approved type can be used provided there is no complaint from other user and resident.  
  22. The Management reserves the right to authorise the removal of any of these equipment should it deem fit. 
  23. Resident host shall ensure that his guests do not create any noise, nuisance or misconduct that may interfere with the peaceful enjoyment or cause annoyance to other residents. 
  24. The number of guests is limited to thirty (30). It is advisable that a guest list be given to the Management to facilitate security control and guests’ easy access into the Estate. 
  25. The Management reserves the right to forfeit the deposit and to refuse future bookings for non-compliance of any of the above rules and regulations. 
  26. The Applicant shall indemnify the Management and its agents against all actions, claims and demands that may be brought against the Management by one person or persons on account of or attributable to the use of facility. 
  27. Residents who made the booking 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 Estate by the resident concern at his own cost. 
  28. The Management and its agents shall not be responsible for any accident / death due to negligence or the like on the part of the person(s) concerned, or arising from failure to abide by the rules. 
  29. 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. Banners, posters, notices, stickers, signages or advertisement are not allowed to be placed or displayed in the room or the passageway leading to the room. 
  30. The Management reserves the right to change the above rules and regulations without prior notice. 

 

Barbecue Pits 

  1. The Barbecue Pits are opened for booking for the following two sessions daily: 
    Monday to Sunday: Morning (10.00am to 3.30pm) Evening (4.30pm to 10.00pm)
    (Including Public Holiday) 
  2. Each unit is only entitled to use one Barbecue Pit once a month. 
  3. A refundable deposit of S$50.00 (to cover damages or removal of rubbish if any) is required for the use of Barbecue Pit next to the swimming pool for each session. It will be opened to all Owners/Residents/Traders for booking during office hours. 
  4. The Applicant are required to pay the refundable deposit while the booking is made. The cheque shall be made payable to ‘The Management Corporation Strata Title Plan No. 568’. 
  5. Booking shall be made in person at the Management Office on a ‘first-come-first-served’ basis. 
  6. Cancellation of booking shall be made at least three (3) days before the actual date, failing which the deposit will be forfeited.  
  7. A non-refundable booking fee of S$5.00 (subject to prevailing GST) is applicable for each Barbecue pit. The advance booking for Multi-Function Room is one month.
    For example, if the booked date is on 1st March, then the advance booking can only be done on 1st February and so on. 
  8. To request for refund of the security deposit, please proceed to the Management Office on the next working day along with computer-generated Official Receipt. The security deposit will be refunded around 6 weeks from date of request.
  9. The Barbecue Pit next to the swimming pool can be used only for functions approved by the Management Corporation. All parties or social gathering should be confined within the Barbecue Pit next to the swimming pool area.
  10. Smoking is strictly prohibited on the swimming pool deck.
  11. Setting up of tents or camping overnight is not permitted.
  12. Booking of the Barbecue Pit is opened one month in advance. For example, if the booked date is on 1st March, then the advance booking can only be done on 1st February and so on.
  13. No live band music or mobile disco is allowed. Only portable components not exceeding 200 watts can be used. The applicant must ensure that the volume of the sound equipment shall be maintained at a reasonable noise level. 
  14. Applicant shall maintain the general cleanliness of the Barbecue Pit next to the swimming pool and shall not litter in or around the Barbecue Pit next to the swimming pool. The Barbecue Pit next to the swimming pool must be cleaned and all waste-food and refuse must be disposed after use. Littering into the swimming pools is strictly not allowed. 
  15. The permit for use of the Barbecue Pit is not transferable. 
  16. Highly flammable equipment and portable barbecue burners are not permitted at the barbecue common area. 
  17. The Applicant shall indemnify the Management and its agents against all actions, claims and demands that may be brought against the Management by one person or persons on account of or attributable to the use of the Barbecue Pit next to the swimming pool. 
  18. All common area taps and washing facilities at the changing room are not meant for the washing of utensils. All food wastes and refuse are to be placed in plastic air- tight bags and disposed off at the bin centre. If there is any need to wash utensils and receptacles, the users are required to wash them in their own apartment. 
  19. The Applicant shall ensure that the stainless-steel grilles and metal trays for the Barbecue  
  20. Pit next to the swimming pool are thoroughly cleaned after used. 
  21. Any person who breaches the rules and regulations shall be required to leave the Barbecue Pits. 
  22. The residents who booked the Barbecue Pits shall ensure that no damage is caused to the common property. All tables and chairs must be arranged in a proper manner after used.
  23. The Management reserves the right to forfeit the deposit and to refuse future booking for non-compliance of any of the above rules.
  24. All cost incurred in the cleaning or the area or to rectify any damage done shall be borne by the Applicant.
  25. The Management will not be held responsible for any injuries, damages or loss of life, limb or property sustained by Residents/Traders and their Guests, howsoever caused when using the facilities.
  26. The Management reserves the right to change the above rules and regulations without prior notice. 

 

Games Room / Table Tennis Room  

  1. The Table Tennis Area is opened from 10.00am to 10.00pm daily. 
  2. All players must in proper attire. 
  3. No food or pet’s area allowed in the games room. 
  4. The use of games room is on first come first serve basis. 
  5. Smoking is strictly prohibited in the games room. 
  6. Noisy, rough or dangerous play will not be permitted. 
  7. Residents/Traders will be held responsible for any damages caused by themselves or their guests. Any damages caused by the previous player must be reported to the security counter immediately before the commencement of the game. 
  8. Guests using the facility may only do so when accompanied by resident/trader. A resident must be present during the hour of play. 
  9. The Management will not be held responsible for any injuries, damages or loss of life, limb or property sustained by Residents/Traders and their Guests, howsoever caused when using the facilities. 
  10. The Management Corporation reserves the right to change the above rules and regulations without prior notice.