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House Rules

 1. Rules & Regulations – Preliminary
 2. Rules & Regulations – Renovation Works
 3. Rules & Regulations – Use of Housing Units & Common Areas
 4. Rules & Regulations – Use of Recreational Facilities
  A. Barbecue Pits
  B. Function Room
  C. Gymnasium
  D. Swimming Pools / Children Pools / Jacuzzi
  E. Steam Room
  F. Outdoor Fitness Corner
  G. Tennis Court
 5. Rules & Regulations – Car Parking - Car Park Label & Vehicle IU Activation 
 6. Rules & Regulations – Moving-In & Moving-Out
 7. Rules & Regulations – Proximity Card
 

 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQs)

 RULES & REGULATIONS -  PRELIMINARY 
 
 1.   Definitions in respect of the Rules and Regulations set out hereinafter, the words:
  a. “Subsidiary Proprietor” or “Owner” shall mean the person or persons holding legal titles to a Housing Unit in One Jervois or where separate titles are not issued yet, it includes purchasers whose names appear in the Sales and Purchase Agreement.
 

b.

“Resident” shall mean the person residing in One Jervois.
  c. “Guest” or “Guests” shall mean a person other than a Resident who is on the premises at the invitation of a Resident.
  d. “Employee” shall mean a domestic worker engaged by a Resident or Owner.  
  e.
"Common Areas" shall mean all common areas in the Development Housing Unit.
  f.
“Common Property” shall bear the meaning ascribed to it under the Building Maintenance and Strata Management Act 2004 (BMSMA) and include all facilities, plant equipment and fitting, installed in the Development.
  g. “Development” shall mean One Jervois.
  h. “Estate” or “Condominium” shall mean the Housing Units, the Common Areas and Common Property in One Jervois.
  i. “Managing Agent” or “Agent” shall mean the managing agent who is officially appointed to look after the management and maintenance of One Jervois.
  j. “Management” shall mean the Management Corporation and their elected officers
  k.  “Housing Unit” or “Unit” shall mean a horizontal stratum of any building thereof, whether such stratum is on one or more level or is partially or wholly below the surface of the ground, which is used as a complete and separate unit for the purpose of habitation and may be comprised in a Lot, or in part of any sub-divided building in accordance with the strata sub-division plan and subject to the interpretation of the Building Maintenance and Strata Management Act 2004 (BMSMA).
  l. “Relevant Authorities” shall include but not limited to Building & Construction Authority, Energy Market Authority, National Environment Agency, Fire Safety & Shelter Bureau, Singapore Power Services Ltd and Singapore Telecommunications Ltd, etc.
  m. “Contractor” shall mean the contractor carrying out renovation works and moving in/out activities in the Estate.
   
 2. The Management reserves the right to amend, add or delete any Rules and Regulations contained herein. All Subsidiary Proprietors and Residents shall be notified at least one week in advance before such changes take effect.
 3. All cheques issued to the Management for deposits and other payments should be crossed and made payable to “MCST 3567”.
 4. The security guards have been instructed to check all persons entering into the Estate.  Person(s)/agent(s) acting on behalf of the Subsidiary Proprietor must produce Authorisation Letter from the Subsidiary Proprietor. The Authorisation Letter must be submitted to the Management in advance for verification and record.
 5. All Subsidiary Proprietors and Residents are required to abide by the Rules and Regulations contained in this Guide so as to uphold the good spirit of communal living in this prestigious Estate.

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RULES & REGULATIONS - RENOVATION WORKS
 

1. Administration and Quality Control

    a. A Subsidiary Proprietor must seek approval from the Management before carrying out renovation works.  In this context, renovation works shall include the works listed in Appendix 2, 3, 4 & 5.

Application shall be made on Form S001 and Form S001A as prescribed.  Application forms are available at the Management Office.  A renovation plan must be attached with the completed application form for submission. All renovation works can only commence upon receipt of a written approval from the Management Office.

Notwithstanding the approval granted by the Management, the Subsidiary Proprietor must ensure that all works carried out in this Section must be performed by qualified and competent workmen and submissions done by qualified person(s), in compliance with the relevant building codes and regulations. The Subsidiary Proprietor shall be fully responsible to ensure that the works comply with the authorities’ requirement.
   b. Design and colour of grilles on front door, balcony, windows, sliding doors and yard etc. shall conform to the approved design and color scheme implemented from time to time.  Please refer to Appendix 4 for Grille Design.  Please obtain the necessary approvals from the Condominium’s Management Office before you begin any renovation or grilles installation. All grilles should be installed behind the windows, sliding doors and the boundary line of the unit, except for main doors.
  c. Design, material and colour of balcony blinds and polycarbonate roofing for ground floor units shall conform to the guidelines stipulated by the Management. Please obtain approvals from the Condominium’s Management Office before any installation.
  d. Please also take note that allowable planter capacity for the planter boxes located in the Housing Units is 2500kg (2.5 ton)
  e. The Subsidiary Proprietor must submit the following to the Management for endorsement at least one week before the commencement of the works:
       a. Form S001 stating the nature and extent of renovation works to be carried out and the particulars of the contractors, and
       b. Form S001A together with the renovation deposit and relevant insurance coverage.
  f. Before carrying out any modification or upgrading of the electrical supply/circuit, the Subsidiary Proprietor must get endorsement from a professional electrical engineer on the necessary drawings/plans and written approval from the relevant authorities (if any) and the Management before proceeding with such work.
  g. The Subsidiary Proprietor is responsible for ensuring that his Contractors comply with the terms and conditions governing the renovation works.
  h. The Subsidiary Proprietor must obtain a list of the names of the workers’ for submission to the Management before the commencement of the renovation works.  Illegal worker is not allowed into the estate and if found, will be asked to leave immediately.  The Subsidiary Proprietor and his/her appointed renovation contractor shall keep the Management indemnified against any legal liability with regard to illegal worker and unauthorised renovation works.
  i. Renovation works and/or additional/alteration works affecting the Development’s Gross Floor Area will not be approved.
  j. Hacking of the building’s structure is strictly prohibited.
  k. No work is allowed to be carried out unless the necessary submission is endorsed by the Management and application approved by the relevant authorities, if needed. The endorsement from the Management does not constitute an approval of the relevant authorities. The Subsidiary Proprietor must bear full responsibilities to ensure compliance with the Condominium’s by-laws and other regulations, guidelines and statutory requirements of relevant authorities as may be introduced and applicable from time to time.
 
2. Renovation Deposit
  The Subsidiary Proprietor is required to place a deposit of S$1,000.00 with the Management before commencing renovation work. The deposit will be refunded (free of interest) subject to deduction (if any) pursuant to the Rules and Regulations stated herein.
 
3. Public Liability Insurance Policy
  The Subsidiary Proprietor and his Contractor shall jointly sign the application form prior to any renovation works and such undertaking shall be taken as sufficient notice of such Rules and Regulations.  The Contractors are required to take up an insurance policy for Public Liability of minimum S$1 million coverage before the commencement of the renovation works.  A Copy of the insurance policy is to be submitted together with the application form.
 
4. Working Hours
  a. The Subsidiary Proprietor and its Contractors and/or agent must exercise due care and caution to ensure that no disturbance, nuisance or annoyance is caused to other occupiers of the estate.  All renovation works including deliveries must be carried out only during the following hours:

 Mondays to Fridays  : 9:00 am to 5:30 pm
 Saturdays and eve of Holidays  : 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
 Sundays & Public Holidays  : Strictly no work allowed

  b.  Considering that work outside the hours stated in point 4.a. are not allowed, the Management reserves the right to fine the Subsidiary Proprietor each date a complaint is lodged outside of the working hours, to be deducted from the renovation deposit.
 
5. Safety of workers
  The Subsidiary Proprietor is responsible for the action of his Contractors, sub-contractors and their workers. Appropriate measures must be taken to ensure the safety of the workers.
 
6. Limitation of work space
  Renovation works must be carried out within the Subsidiary Proprietor’s Housing Unit.  All equipment and materials must be stored within the Subsidiary Proprietor’s Unit.
 
7. Noise & Dust
  The Contractors shall not create excessive noise and dust that will interfere with the peaceful enjoyment of the other Residents/occupiers. Subsidiary Proprietor(s) shall be responsible to ensure that this is complied with at all times throughout the renovation period. The Management reserves the right to inspect and, when necessary, stop the work to ensure noise and dust level is brought down to acceptable level.
 
8. Vehicles
  The Contractors shall only park his motor vehicle at approved parking lots in Basement 2 car park. Loading and unloading shall only be carried out at designated area. The height limit of the basement car park is 2.1 metres. Vehicles that do not meet this height limit should obtain permission from the Security to park outside of the One Jervois entrance.
 
9. Behaviour of workers
  When in the Common Area or the Housing Unit, the renovation workers have to observe the following:
    a.  be suitably clothed;
   b.  not to use languages or behave in a manner likely to cause offence or embarrassment to others lawfully using the Common Area or Common Property, other Residents or their Guests;
   c.  not to obstruct the lawful use of Common Property by others;
   d.  not to damage any lawn, trees, scrubs, plants or flowers that are situated on the Common Areas;
   e.  not to mark, paint, drive nails, screws or like into or otherwise damage or deface any structure that form part of the Common Property without the consent in writing from the Management; and
   f.  not to use common toilets or any pools for cleaning and washing of tools.
 
10. Protective covering for Lifts
  a.  All Contractors/renovation workers should only use the Fireman Lift or lift(s) designated by the Management to transport their building materials and debris. The Subsidiary Proprietors are responsible to ensure that only the designated lift is used, with proper protection. The protective covering must be rented from the Management Office
  b.  All Contractors/renovation workers are not allowed to halt the lift by inserting stopper in between the lift doors.
 
11. Reporting to Guardhouse
  All Contractors or their authorised personnel must report to the guardhouse when entering and leaving the Estate.  Details of foreign workers permit are to be given to the security guards at the guardhouse prior to entering the Estate. 

The security guard has been given strict instructions to question all suspicious persons found on the Estate.  Action will be taken against unauthorised persons on the Estate.

 
12. Heavy Equipment and Permissible Hacking Duration
  The workers are not allowed to use heavy-duty hacker or concrete breaker in the course of their work.  Hacking works shall be completed in the minimum number of days and a work schedule must be submitted to the Management Office for such works in advance.
 
13. Water and Power Supply
  The Contractors are not allowed to tap water and/or electricity supply from the Common Property without the consent of the Management.  Any use of common utilities is subject to a charge (including administrative charge) imposed by the Management.
 
14. Cleaning of Common Areas
  a.  The Subsidiary Proprietor must ensure that their Contractors do not dump any of the renovation debris indiscriminately onto the Common Area or into the rubbish chutes or by leaving the debris at the bin centre for disposal. All renovation debris must be removed from site daily.
  b.  Where building materials, equipment have to be placed in the Common Area, the consent of the Management must be obtained.  The Contractor must abide by the Management’s decision as to when, where and for what length of time the material, equipment or debris is to remain within the allocated or designated Common Area . 
  c.  The area must be cleaned after the approved used. Renovation debris are to be strictly disposed off at government dumping ground at the Subsidiary Proprietor’s own cost .
  d.  The Subsidiary Proprietor will be charged a daily penalty should the Contractor fails to clear the said items from the allocated area in the time allocated by the Management and such penalty shall be used to offset against the renovation deposit at the end of renovation.
 
15. Inspection by the Management
  a.  The Management shall have the right to gain free access into the premises at any time during office hours to inspect renovation works being carried out in the Housing Unit.
  b.  The Management reserves the right to demolish any unauthorised work which is carried out in contravention to the Rules and Regulations set herein or the by-laws and to recover from the Subsidiary Proprietor all costs and expenses incurred in this connection.
  c.  Upon completion of the renovation works, the Subsidiary Proprietor must notify the Management for a joint inspection to ensure that only approved works are carried out and no violation of the stated Rules and Regulations.
 
16. Damage caused by Contractors
  The Subsidiary Proprietor is fully responsible for any human injury and damage caused to the Common Property by his Contractors. 

They are to make good to the satisfaction of the Management within seven (7) days. Failing which, the Management reserves the right to make good the damages and deduct the costs from the deposit.

In the event of the renovation deposit being insufficient to meet the claim imposed by the Management, the Subsidiary Proprietor shall compensate and pay the Management the difference between the said deposit and the amount so claimed by the Management.
 
17. Words of Precaution
  a.  Subsidiary Proprietors are reminded to inform their renovation contractors of the presence of concealed gas piping in the Housing Unit.
  b.  Subsidiary Proprietors are advised not to carry out wet polishing of flooring which may choke the sanitation /drainage system or cause seepage. In the event of the sanitation/drainage system is choked as result of the wet polishing of flooring, the cost of clearing the choke will be charged to the Subsidiary Proprietor and/or the Contractor.
  c.  Strictly no disposal of bulky waste, construction debris, wood waste and flammable liquid etc. into the Housing Unit’s refuse chute.  The refuse chute is strictly for disposal of domestic refuse only. 
  d.  Please note that if the water service installation is left unused for some time especially if unit is unoccupied, it must be flushed at regular intervals to ensure that the water quality is not impacted and there is no discolouration of water.
  e.  There are planter boxes in your unit, it is most appropriate to be used to contain potted plants which would further enhance the estate’s landscape theme. To prevent chokage of the drainage outlet within your planter, owners are advised to ensure that a proper soil drainage system is provided prior to filling up the planter with soil. Notwithstanding the provision of the sub-soil drainage system, individual owners should exercise due care and carry out constant maintenance to the drainage outlet to prevent any potential chokage and or stagnation of water resulting in mosquito breeding.

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RULES & REGULATIONS -– USE OF HOUSING UNITS AND COMMON AREAS

All Subsidiary Proprietors, their lessees or occupiers of the Development shall have the right to use or enjoy the Common Property of the Development.

Living in a luxurious condominium with many facilities, such as One Jervois can be enjoyable and stress free.  It can also be stressful due to inconsiderate behaviour of neighbours.  We compile herewith a list of “Do’s and Don’ts” not so much to regulate the social behaviour of the Residents but as a gentle reminder to all that living in a condominium requires some kind thoughts for others.


Every Subsidiary Proprietor/Resident or their invited guests shall not:

     a.    Install any television antenna, air-conditioners compressor and other equipment on the roof top, at the common corridor, at any other part of the building, balcony, verandah and/or any external part of the Housing Unit without prior written consent of the Management;
  b. Permit anything to be done or stored any inflammable chemical, liquid etc. that will become a fire or other safety or health hazard;
  c. in any way encumber with boxes, store, leave or discard any personal belongings in any part of the staircases or other Common Area or permit the placing or parking of bicycles and other wheeled vehicles which may obstruct the Common Areas in the Estate;
  d. cause and/or allow sinks, baths, lavatories, cisterns, water pipes and/or pipes in the Housing Unit and/or in the building to be clogged;
  e. throw any object especially waste food into the refuse chute without placing and securing them in suitable plastic bags (for environmental health reasons) or dispose any large object or smoldering items into the refuse chute that may cause obstruction or fire in the refuse chute.
  f. vandalise and/or to cause damage and/or use as a playground at the lifts, lobbies, common corridors, staircases, walls, pedestrian-ways in the front areas of the building and/or any other common property in the building;
  g. damage the turf areas, flower beds, garden, trees, footpaths, drains or any part of the building by vehicles, machines tools or objects of any description;
  h. allow or keep any animal within or on the Common Area including lifts, passages, lobbies, front and back gardens, swimming pools, etc. which may cause nuisance or annoyance to others.  Subsidiary Proprietors must be responsible for any inconvenience or harm caused to others including clearing of the animals’ dropping in the Common Area;
  i. cook in the Common Area of the Estate other than areas designated as barbecue areas;
  j. use the lobby or any other Common Area of the building for any private or public functions without prior written approval of the Management;
  k. hang any washing, clothing or other article at the Common Area as well as from windows, balconies, verandah and/or any external part of the Housing Unit, thereby affecting the aesthetic appearance of the building;
  l. make undue noise which would interfere with the peaceful enjoyment of others in any lot or on the Common Property;
  m. use languages or behave in a manner likely to cause offence or embarrassment to others using the Common Property and to be adequately clothed while on the Common Area;
  n. make any alteration or addition to the windows or main doors or to any structure that forms part of or adjoins the Common Property;
  o. mark, paint, drive nails or screw or otherwise damage or vandalise any structure that forms part of the Common Property;
  p. put any signboards, advertisements, notices and/or other lettering on any part of the building;
  q. use or permit his Housing Unit be used for any purpose other than for residential dwellings unless otherwise approved by the competent authority under the Planning Act; and
  r. use his Housing Unit for any purpose which may be injurious to the reputation of the subdivided building or for a purpose as to cause a nuisance or danger to the neighbours.
  s. park or leave; or permit any invitees to park or leave any motor vehicle or other vehicle on the common property except prior to written approval of the Management Corporation.

Every Subsidiary Proprietor/Resident or their invited guests shall:
 

 

a) permit the Management and its Agents at all reasonable times and on reasonable notice being given (except in case of emergency when no notice is required) to enter his Housing Unit for the purpose of:

    I. inspecting the Housing Unit;

    II. maintaining, repairing or renewing sewers, pipes, wires, cables and ducts use or capable of being used in connection     with the enjoyment of any other lot or the Common Property;

    III. maintaining, repairing or renewing the Common Property;

    IV. executing any work or doing any act necessary for the performance of its duties or any enforcement affecting the     building;

 

 

b) when involved in any pounding of chillies or other substances for cooking purposes to ensure that the part of the floor on which the activity is carried out is covered to an extent sufficient to prevent the transmission of noise at a level likely to disturb others;

 

 

c) keep clean all glass windows and all doors on the boundary at his Housing Unit, including so much thereof as is part of the Common Property;

 

 

d) maintain his Housing Unit including all sanitary fittings, water, gas, electrical and air-conditioning pipes and apparatus in a good condition so as not to cause annoyance to others;

 

 

e) take all reasonable steps to ensure that a child when playing on the Common Property does not cause any damage to the Common Property;

 

 

f) ensure that his guests/chauffeurs do not announce their arrival by sounding their car horns in a manner as to cause disturbances or annoyance to other Residents;

 

 

g) ensure that only the designated lift is used for the transportation of furniture and other heavy and bulky objects; and

 

 

h) ensure that no potted plants or any other objects are placed dangerously on balconies where they may fall and cause bodily harm to persons below.

  In the event of violation of these Rules and Regulations, the Resident responsible shall make good and/or compensate for the loss and/or damage caused, to the satisfaction of the Management.

In the event that the Management has to engage any legal counsel to enforce any of these Rules and Regulations and other rules, or is required either by itself or by engaging contractors to carry out any rectification or remedial work necessitated by the failure on the part of any Resident to comply herewith (and Management reserves such right to do so if Resident fails to rectify or remedy any default on his part in complying with any of these Rules and Regulations within fourteen (14) days of notification by the Management), the Management is entitled to be compensated in full for all costs incurred including any legal fees on a full indemnity basis.

All Residents shall observe and comply with the rules that may from time to time be amended or added on by the Management.  The Management reserves the right to change any of these rules after due notice has been given to Residents and Subsidiary Proprietors.

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RULES & REGULATIONS – USE OF RECREATIONAL FACILITIES  

1. Barbecue Pit

 a. There are a total nos. of  2 Barbecue Pits (Pool Deck/Clubhouse Roof Terrace)  which are opened for daily booking for the following two sessions:

1st session -  10:00 am to 4:00 pm
2nd session - 5:00 p.m to 10:00 pm
 b. Application Form S003 (available at the Management Office) must be completed and submitted to the Management Office with the payment of a non-refundable booking fee of  S$15.00 per booking/session (including GST) and a security deposit of S$50.00.
 c. Advance bookings can only be made by Resident up to a maximum of thirty (30) days in-advance.  All reservations will be on a first-come-first-serve basis and all bookings are not transferable.  Only walk-in bookings will be entertained. Phone bookings are not accepted.
 d.  Booking hours are as follows: 

Monday - Friday 
8.30 am – 5.30 pm Management Office   
5.30 pm – 10.00 pm Guardhouse   

Saturday 
8.30 am – 12.30 pm Management Office   
12.30 pm – 10.00 pm Guardhouse   

Sunday & Public Holidays 8.30 am – 10.00 pm Guardhouse
 e. Maximum of thirty (30) days in-advance booking of facilities can be done at the Guardhouse, only between the time from 9:00 pm to 10:00 pm. Eg. For facilities on 1 May, booking can be done only on 1 April between 9:00pm to 10:00pm.
 f. Each apartment is entitled to book one session (1 pit only) per month subject to availability of the Barbecue Pits.
 g. The maximum number of guests for the BBQ pit is 20. Please confine your guests to the BBQ pit area only.
 h. Residents must ensure that their guests comply with the Rules and Regulations contained herein.
 i. No setting up of tents or camping overnight is allowed.
 j. No live band or disco is permitted unless with the written approval from the Management.
 k. Unless due to inclement weather, any cancellation of booking shall be made known to the Management office at least 3 days before the date booked. Failing which, there will be no refund of booking fee.
 l. Portable radios, cassette and CD players are permitted at the barbecue area provided that the volume of the sound equipment is maintained at a reasonable level.
 m. The Barbecue Pits and its surroundings must be left in a clean and tidy condition after use.
 n. All unwanted leftover food, litter, etc. must be disposed off properly.
 o. Permission must be obtained from the Management prior to hiring of additional tables and chairs to be used at the barbecue area.
 p. The Management will not be held responsible for any mishap, injury or loss sustained by residents and their guests, howsoever caused, during the use of the Facilities.

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2. Function Room

 a. The Function Room is opened for daily booking for the following two sessions:

1st session - 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
2nd session - 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm
 b. A refundable security deposit of S$50.00 per booking is payable in advance for the use of Function Room.  A non-refundable fee of S$15.00 per session is chargeable (including GST). The deposit is refunded on condition that the place is left cleaned and no damages caused onto the common property.
 c. Advance bookings can only be made by a Resident up to a maximum of thirty (30) days in-advance.  All reservations will be on a first-come-first-serve basis and all bookings are not transferable. Only walk-in bookings will be entertained. Phone bookings are not accepted.
 d.  Booking hours are as follows :

Monday - Friday 
8.30 am – 5.30 pm pm Management Office   
5.30 pm – 10.00 pm Guardhouse   

Saturday 
8.30 am – 12.30 pm Management Office   
12.30 pm – 10.00 pm Guardhouse   

Sunday & Public Holidays 
8.30 am – 10.00 pm Guardhouse
 e. Maximum of thirty (30) days in-advance booking of facilities can be done at the Guardhouse, only between the time from 9:00 pm to 10:00 pm. Eg. For facilities on 1 May, booking can be done only on 1 April between 9:00pm to 10:00pm.
 f. Application Form S004 is available at the Management Office.
 g. The maximum number of guests is 30 for the Function Room.
 h. The Function Room can be used only for functions it is intended for, such as meeting, birthday parties or any social activities to be approved by the Management.  Meeting involving political and commercial activities will not be allowed. Gambling activities and religious rituals are strictly prohibited.
 i. The Function Room shall be used for the specific purpose stated in the application form.  The applicant shall ensure that the room is used only within the permitted time.
 j. The applicant must ensure that the noise shall be maintained at a reasonable level.
 k. Decoration may be allowed (subject to prior approval by the Management) but care must be exercised not to damage the walls and ceiling boards. All decorations must be duly removed after the function.
 l. No cooking is allowed. Washing of cups, plates and other utensils are to be done only in designated area.
 m. The applicant shall maintain the general cleanliness of the Function Room and area around the Function Room.  All waste or other refuse must be disposed into the bins provided in the common area.  Bulk refuse must be removed by the applicants at their own cost.
 n. All chairs, tables, equipment, furniture or decorations brought into the Function Room for the approved functions are to be removed on the same day or one day after. The Management shall not be liable for any lost or damage howsoever caused.
 o. Bookings of the Function Room should be made at the Management Office during office hours or at the Guardhouse after office hours.  All reservations will be on a first-come-first-serve basis.
 p. All reservations are not transferable.
 q. The Management reserves the right to forfeit or deduct part of the security deposit if any of the rules stated herein is violated.
 r. The Management will not be held responsible for any mishap, injury, loss, sustained by residents and their guests, howsoever caused, during the use of the Function Room.

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SECTION 4

3. Gymnasium

 a. The Gymnasium is opened 24 hours daily
 b. Only Residents and their guests may use the facilities in the Gymnasium.  Guests must be accompanied by the Resident who shall ensure that their guests comply with the Rules and Regulations contained herein.
 c. Access to the Gymnasium is by the same Proximity Card used for the lift lobbies auto door. Residents are required to register for their visit to the Gymnasium at the guardhouse / counter in the Clubhouse (Note: Each user is to register with the security regardless whether there are any other users in the Gymnasium).
 d.  Resident is only allowed to bring two (2) guests per Housing Unit, subject to availability. Priorities will be given to Residents to use the Gymnasium.
 e. No food is allowed in the Gymnasium. Smoking is strictly prohibited.
 f. Private training or coaching classes shall not be conducted without prior written approval from the Management.
 g. Due care must be exercised when using the equipment in the Gymnasium and all gymnasium apparatus shall be returned to their proper places after use.  No equipment shall be removed from the Gymnasium.
 h. For safety reasons, children under the age of twelve (12) years are not permitted to use the Gymnasium.  Those between the age of twelve (12) and sixteen (16) must be accompanied and supervised by a responsible adult.
 i. All persons using the Gymnasium must be properly attired.
 j. 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 facilities.
 k. 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.

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SECTION 4
4. Swimming Pools, Children Pools, Jacuzzis
 a. The Pools and pool area is opened from 7.00 am to 10.00 pm daily. For safety reasons, no person is allowed in the pools between 10.00 pm to 7.00 am or during heavy rain and thunderstorm.
 b. Only Residents and their guests may use the pools. Guests using the pools must be accompanied by their hosts. The host must ensure that their guests comply with the Rules and Regulations contained herein.  The maximum number of guests per Housing Unit who may use the pool shall not exceed two (2) at any one time.
 c. There will be no lifeguard in attendance, as such all Residents and guests using the pools do so at their own risk.  All swimmers are to refer to the pool rules displayed at the poolside and observe the necessary precautions while using the pool.
 d.  All persons must shower and wash their feet before entering the pools.  A person with a bandage or open wound, infectious disease will not be allowed to use the pools.  Spitting, spouting, nose blowing and the like shall not be permitted in the pools.
 e. All persons are required to dry themselves before leaving the pool area and changing rooms.  Swimmers wearing dripping wet bathing suit are not allowed to go beyond the pool area.
 f. Children under twelve (12) years of age shall not be allowed in the pools or the pool area unless accompanied by their parents or supervising adults who shall be responsible for the behaviour of their children.
 g. Private coach shall not give lessons in the pool without first obtaining the written consent from the Management.
 h. Surfboards, snorkeling and scuba-diving gear (ie. Masks, snorkels, flippers, diving suits, etc) glass masks or glass goggles, bulky inflatable toys, boats and similar objects shall not be permitted in the pools.  However, plastic goggles are permitted and children are allowed to play with small water toys in the children pool.
 i. No pets shall be allowed in the pools or the pool vicinity.
 j. Ball sports, rubber dinghy, Frisbee playing, roller-skating, bicycling, skateboarding, “horse-playing” and other similar activities are not permitted in the pool area.
 k. Diving, noisy activities, rough or dangerous play is prohibited in the pools and the surrounding area.
 l. Food and beverage are prohibited at the pool area. Smoking is prohibited BY LAW at the swimming pool area.
 m. All litters must be disposed of in rubbish bins provided at the Common Areas.
 n. The life-saving equipment provided around the pools shall not be used for any other purpose. No poolside furniture shall be removed from the pool area. Misuse of poolside furniture is strictly prohibited.  Deck chairs and other poolside furniture may not be reserved.  Person vacating the pool area must remove all their belongings.
 o. Swimmers must be in proper swimming wear (T-shirt and shorts are not allowed).  The Management may prohibit any person from using swimming costume, which, in the opinion of the Management, improper or may cause embarrassment to others.
 p. The Management reserves the right to close the pool for maintenance and repair purposes or other reasons as it may deem fit.
 q. Swimmers are not allowed in the pools when cleaning is in progress.
 r. While the Management will take every precaution to ensure the safety of person or persons using the pools, it cannot assume responsibility for any loss or damage to any personal property, injury or death howsoever caused.

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5. Steam Room
The Steam Room is not recommended for persons suffering from tuberculosis, angina, nose-bleeding and heart problems.  It is also advisable for persons with high blood pressure or those who are not certain of their health conditions to consult their doctors before using the Steam Room.
 a. The Steam Room is opened daily from 7.00 am to 10.00 pm.
 b. The Steam Room is to be used by Residents and their invited guests (maximum of 2 guests only).
 c. Persons using the Steam Room should be properly attired.
 d.  Users are advised to shower before entering the Steam Room.
 e. The door of the Steam Room must be closed at all times but not locked.
 f. Eating, drinking and smoking in the Steam Room is strictly prohibited.
 g. Under no circumstances shall children below the age of sixteen (16) be permitted to enter or use the Steam Room.
 h. A person who breaches any of the above rules shall be required to leave the Steam Room.
 i. The Management shall not be liable for any mishap, injury or loss sustained by Residents and/or guests, howsoever caused, during the use of the facilities.

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SECTION 4
6.  Outdoor Fitness Corner
 a. Usage time is from 7.00 am to 10.00 pm daily.
 b. The facilities are for use of the purpose intended. Any other games are strictly prohibited unless with written approval from the Management.
 c. Food and pets are not allowed in the facilities area. Smoking is prohibited.
 d.  User must keep the place clean.
 e. Residents will be held responsible for any damages caused by their guests or themselves. Any damage caused by the previous users must be reported to the security guards immediately before using the Facilities.
 f. The Management will not be held responsible for any injury, damage or loss sustained by residents and their guests, howsoever caused, during the use of these facilities.

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7. Tennis Court
 a. The Tennis Court is opened from 7.00 am to 10.00 pm. Peak hours are from 6.00 pm to 10.00 pm.
 b. Only residents whose names are registered at the Management Office are allowed to make bookings.
 c. The person making the booking must be present in the tennis court
 d.  Each apartment is entitled to maximum two one-hour sessions per week during peak hours and three one-hour sessions per week during off-peak hours, subject to availability.
 e. Advance booking is permitted up to seven (7) days in advance, inclusive of the day of booking. Eg.Booking can be made on Sunday for day of play for next Sunday.
 f. Residents who are unable to turn up for their session of play must inform the Facilities Counter at least one hour before the playing time.
 g. In case of no-show, the booked hours will be forfeited after a grace period of ten (10) minutes. The court may then be allocated to another resident on a first-come-first-served basis.
 h. Residents who fail to turn up after two (2) bookings and without making proper cancellation will be barred from  making any  booking  for a period of one (1) week commencing from the following Monday.
 i. In the event of rain, item (g & h) will not apply to Tennis Court bookings.
 j. No smoking, eating, gambling or other activities, other than the respective is permitted in the courts.
 k. All players must be in proper attire for the game. Shoes and balls must be of non-marking type. Any player found not complying with such rulings would be barred from the court.
 l. Children under the age of 12 are not permitted in the court unless accompanied by parents or supervising adults who shall be responsible for their behaviour and safety.
 m.  Residents shall not be permitted in the court without valid booking slips.
 n. Residents must produce their Identity Card and receipts for identification before security guard will open the gate and switch on the lights for the court.
 o. Each resident is only allowed to admit a maximum number of four (4) guests per booking.
 p. Residents will be held responsible for any damage caused by their guests or themselves. Any damage caused by the previous players must be reported to the Booking Office immediately before the commencement of the game.
 q. Players must vacate the court when their sessions of play end.
 r. Private coaches shall not give lessons in the court without first obtaining the written consent from the Management.
 s. Holding competitions and friendly matches with other condominiums, clubs or groups, must seek approval from the Management. Prior notice of one week is required.
 t. The Management will not be held responsible for any injury, damage or loss sustained by Residents and their guests, howsoever caused, during the use of these facilities.

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RULES & REGULATIONS - CAR PARKING
 
1. Residents must obtain parking label from the Management for their motor vehicle parked in the Estate, even when they have been issued with a Transponder
2. No reservation of any parking lot is allowed except for those labeled “Handicapped” where applicable.
3. Residents are to inform their guest driving into the estate to give their particulars and the Housing Unit they wish to visit to the guard on duty at the guardhouse.  All Guests are only allowed to park in the designated car park lots reserved for visitors, subject to availability.
4.  Commercial vehicles owned by the Residents are only allowed to park in the estate car park after written approval from the Management is granted.
5. Vehicles and machinery such as forklift, generator, welding machine, air-compressor, lifting equipment, container, etc. will not be allowed into the estate unless prior written approval from the Management is obtained.
6. Vehicles such as cranes, road tanker, container, trailer, etc. will not be allowed to be parked in the estate car park unless with written approval from the Management.
7. The Management staff or authorised persons shall be empowered to clamp and / or tow any vehicle immediately without notice if found parked in an unauthorised place (eg. Labeled vehicles park in Guest lots) or parked without a valid car park label (Guest parked in lots reserved for Residents) or parked without the requisite written authorisation of the Management or causing obstruction. The vehicle may be released after payment of release fee of cash S$100.00 (incl. of GST) and / or towing fee.
8. Handicapped lots are strictly to be used by the said category of drivers. Handicapped vehicles must display the Handicapped Sticker / Logo.
9. All motor vehicles are parked in the premises at the owner’s risk and the Management undertakes no responsibility and shall not be liable in any matters whatsoever for any misdemeanor loss or damages to any motor vehicle, its accessories or to the contents therein.
10. The Management Council be empowered to designate not more than 20 parking lots in Basement 2 car park strictly to subsidiary proprietor residing in One Jervois on a first come first served basis subject to a fee payable of S$ 100 per month per lot in advance for period not less than six months and all terms and conditions stipulated by the Management Council. The Management Council shall also be empowered to revise the fee and to make or amend the terms and conditions for these parking lots thereafter.
11. 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:

  1. 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 One Jervois 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 $50.00 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).

  2. To blacklist and ban any such offending vehicle that is a non-resident vehicle, from entering One Jervois 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.

  3. To wheel-clamp without notice, any such vehicle found parked within One Jervois 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
  UNAUTHORISED VEHICLE AND ILLEGAL PARKING
  Infringement of the carparking rules includes, but is not limited to the following traffic violations:
  1. Vehicle not displaying valid carpark label or parking chit.
  2. Visitor’s vehicle not displaying the full parking information as required on the parking chit.
  3. Vehicle found parking, waiting or stopping in places where it is either restricted or forbidden, as indicated by signage or road markings.
12. PENALTIES FOR UNAUTHORISED VEHICLE & ILLEGAL PARKING

  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

  4. Vehicles displaying expired or invalid carpark labels may be immobilised without notice.

  5. 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.

  6. 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) Wheel-clamp Removal Fee, and
         ii) $50 Administration Fee per day

  7. 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.

  8. Any immobilised vehicle not claimed by its owner within seven (7) days shall be reported to the relevant authorities and/or be towed away.

  9. The Management however reserves the right to immediately tow away any unauthorised, illegally parked or obstructing vehicles if it deems necessary.

  10. 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 SP

  11. The Management shall not be liable for any damages however caused to any vehicles immobilised by the wheel clamping.

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Application for Car Park Label and IU Reader Access 
 
1. The applicant must be legal owner or a tenant authorised by the owner.  Each and every Housing Unit is entitled to 1 Label & 1 unit of IU Reader access entry only.  Forms S005 to be submitted.
2. All applicants are required to produce documentary proof –  i.e. Vehicle Registration Card, Company Certificate Letter (for company car), Stamped Tenancy Agreement (if applicant is a tenant), Insurance, etc. as proof of ownership and residence.  Residents are requested to update their addresses in the vehicle’s log-card before applying for a car park label.
3. The Management reserves the right to reject any application. Car labels having been approved may still be subjected to cancellation at the Management’s discretion. The Management’s decision shall be final.
4.  Residents are to notify the Management should there be a change of vehicle or vehicle registration particulars so that a fresh label could be issued in exchange for the old one. All car labels are not transferable.
5. Residents (including tenants) are to return the labels to the Management when they cease to reside in the estate.
6. Loss of labels must be reported to the Management as soon as possible.  Replacement cost of each lost car park label is S$20.00 (non-refundable).  Form S005 to be submitted.
7. Any replacement of the IU Reader in the vehicle must be reported to the Management as soon as possible so that the Management can deactivate the previous IU Reader and activate the new IU Reader access.
8. The activation of the vehicle IU Reader is to be used to operate the barrier system located at main entrance's guardhouse at One Jervois.
9. The issuance of second car label / car transponder shall be based on availability of car park lot and acceptance of the terms and conditions to be stipulated by the Management.  The Management reserves the right to reject any application for the second car label.  Car labels having been approved may still be subjected to cancellation at the Management’s discretion and cost incurred in the application is not refundable.  The Management’s decision shall be final.
10. The issuance of the 2nd car label is only temporary arrangement and the Management Office reserves all right to amend the rules and regulations on the 2nd car parking in the estate, and / or revoke as deemed fit subject to car park lot availability.
11. A refundable security deposit of S$50.00 is payable for the application of the 2nd car label and a non-refundable fee of S$20.00 is chargeable (incl GST). The deposit shall be refunded when the holder of the 2nd car label returns the car label to the Management Office when they cease to reside in the estate unit and / or when the car is sold. Failing which, the deposit will be forfeited.
12. The 2nd car label is non-transferable.

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SECTION 6
RULES & REGULATIONS - MOVING-IN AND OUT
1. Moving-in and out may be carried out from 9.00am to 5.30pm Monday to Saturday. No moving-in / out activities shall be allowed on Sundays and public holidays. .
2. Residents are required to submit Form S002 to the Management Office together with payment of S$200.00 as security deposit at least 3 days prior to the date of moving-in or moving-out.  The deposit will be refunded without interest upon completion of the work if no damage of property, breach of move-in / out regulations or human injury is caused.  The deposit will be refunded within 30 days from the day of receipt of the application of refund made to the Management Office.
3. All removal contractors engaged to carry out such removals must report to the security checkpoint to obtain identification passes and must wear their passes at all time prior to carrying out the work each day; failing which, the Management reserves the right to refuse entry to unknown persons, not being a Resident or lawful user of the Common Property, whose reasons for being present in the Condominium cannot be verified.  The Management’s security personnel shall have the right to question any person in the Condominium found without a pass.
4.  All removals and workmen should use only use lifts and staircases designated by the Management by prior arrangement so as not to inconvenience other Residents.
5. Residents should make arrangement with the mover to pick up packing boxes and crates, old furniture, and other bulky items. No unwanted materials, debris, etc. should be left in the corridors, lift lobbies, fire escape staircases or any other Common Areas. Failing which, they will be removed by the Management and the cost of such removal shall be charged to the resident concerned.
6. Disposal of cardboard boxes and / or any unwanted materials from the moving in / out contractors into the bin chute is strictly prohibited.
7. Residents shall ensure that no damage is caused to any part of the Common Areas, Common Property or the building during such removal.  Any damage caused shall be rectified by the Resident concerned at his own cost forthwith upon receipt of notice to that effect from the Management.  Residents shall also indemnify the Management for any liability claim or action taken by third party due to the negligence of removal contractors.
8. Residents shall be responsible for the conduct and behaviour of their appointed contractors while they are in the Condominium.
9. All container vehicles (20 footer and beyond) are not allowed in the Estate.
10. All container vehicles (2.1m in height or greater) are not allowed in the estate basement car park. Subsidiary Proprietors are required to inform their movers on this condition.

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RULES & REGULATIONS – PROXIMITY CARD

1. The proximity card is used for accessing into the estate and / or the lift lobbies via the auto gate.
2. The allocation of proximity cards for different unit type are as follows:
    2 Bedroom   - 3 cards
    3 Bedroom   - 4 cards
    3 + 1 Bedroom  - 4 cards
    4 Bedroom / Penthouse - 5 cards
3. Requests to issue cards above the allowable number will incur a charge to the owner at S$21.40 (including GST) (maximum of 2 cards per Housing Unit and is non refundable).  Housing Units requiring extra cards will be considered on a case-by-case basis and documentary evidence is required to prove that the applicants are residing in the Condominium.
4.  There is a charge for replacement of lost card at S$21.40 (including GST). All lost cards must be reported to the Management Office. (Form S007) The lost card will be voided from the system.
5. Due care is to be exercised to maintain the working condition of the proximity card.  Keep all cards away from any magnetic device / fields and place them in a cool dry place when not in use.
6. The Management reserves the right to request for documentary evidence to prove that the applicant(s) is / are residing in the Condominium before issuing the proximity card(s).
7. When an apartment is sold, all proximity cards must be returned to the Management Office.

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FAQ (FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS)  
ADDITIONS & ALTERATIONS
 Q. When can I carry out my renovation works?
 A. You should carry out your own renovation and interior works only after all defects have been rectified and upon receipt of approval from the Management Office.
 Q. Can I make additions / alterations to my house?
 A.  No, unless subject to approval from the relevant authorities, namely Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) – the Additions & Alterations Unit of the
Development Control Division.
For more details, you can log on to www.ura.gov.sg
 Q. How long is the processing time for A&A submissions (after CSC)?
 A. The processing time for the submission depends on the complexity of the A&A works and the compliance to the guidelines.  For common or minor A&A works that  do not require any extension of the building, it will take less than one (1) month for the approval from the Authorities for work to proceed.
 Q. Can I change or add new doors in my house?
 A. Yes, except the main doors, sliding doors and door frame to the external elevation. However, if hacking of wall (non-load bearing) is to be done, the Management will require the endorsement of a Professional Engineer (Civil) prior to commencement of the work.
 Q. Can I install grilles for my window and / or doors?
 A. Yes, but they have to be internal grilles or installed behind existing windows, sliding doors and boundary lines, except for the main door.
  APPENDIX 1
 Q. Why is there a need to follow the grilles design as stipulated?
 A. It is to maintain a uniform aesthetic outlook of the estate. Therefore, the co-operation of all residents is most appreciated.
 Q. Am I allowed to change the colour of my external walls?
 A. No, the aesthetics of the condominium has to be maintained.
 Q. Can I knock down the internal wall?
 A. Only non-load bearing walls can be demolished but without increase in floor area.  You should check with the project consultants on this with a sketch  indicating your intention for approval prior to the commencement of any demolition.
  TELECOM, ELECTRICITY, WATER & GAS SUPPLY
 Q. How many telephone lines can I apply for my house?
 A. As per the guidelines, you can apply for a maximum of 5 lines from Singapore Telecom.

Activation of telephone lines can be made direct to SingTel by –
• Calling 1609
• Completing an application form at any Post Office, SingTel Customer Service Outlet or Hello-shop
Please note that activation usually requires five working days.


Opening of utilities account can be made direct to the SP Services by –
• Calling 1800-235 6841
• Completing an application form at SP Services Customer Services Centre
Please note that installation usually requires three working days.

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MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL (M&E) WORKS
 Q. Where are the water heaters and how do I reach them for maintenance?
 A. The water heaters are located above the bathrooms and/or kitchen. They can be reached through access panels in the ceiling.
 Q. Can I fix a ceiling fan or a chandelier from the ceiling?
 A.  Yes.  However, please ensure that your contractors install the correct fixtures / hooks to the structural floor slabs above and does not affect its integrity.
  MISCELLANEOUS
 Q. What is share value of a strata unit?
 A. Every strata lot or unit is assigned a share value based on the unit’s net floor area in the whole development.
 Q. Who determine share value?
 A. The share value is determined by a professional based on a guideline set by the authority and accepted by the Commissioner of Buildings.
 Q. What is the maintenance fund for?
 A. The basic purpose is to pay for the day-to-day expenses to administer, repair and maintenance of the common property.
 Q. Why is there a need to pay for the usage for some of the common facilities?
 A. Only a nominal fee is charged so as to prevent any people from abusing the system and deprive other genuine user of the use of the facilities.
 Q. What is the duration of Defects Liability Period (DLP) for the unit owners?
 A. The Defects Liability Period (DLP) commences from the issuance of notice to take possession of the unit for a period of 12 months as per the Sales & Purchase Agreement.
 Q. Why is there a need to put a deposit for renovation & moving-in activities?
 A. This is to safeguard the Management and the unit owners against damages to the common property by contractor(s). The deposit is a means of holding the contractor / owner to ensure the damages are repaired, which is in the interest of the unit owners.
 Q. Why is there a need to obtain insurance coverage of $1 million for renovation activities?
 A. This is to ensure against any third party claims arising due to the negligence of the contractor which is in the interest of the unit owners.

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APPENDIX 2
LIST OF ALL INTERNAL FITTING-OUT WORKS THAT CAN BE CARRIED OUT AFTER TEMPORARY OCCUPATION PERMIT (T.O.P) 
1. Install built-in wardrobes.
2. Repainting of internal walls only (no painting of external walls).
3. Replace existing built-in kitchen cabinets.
4.  Replace existing interior doors (not to replace Main Door and Service Door).
 5. Install wall paper.
 6. Replace existing wall tiles and floor tiles (waterproof warranty given by the builder will be voided upon the replacement of such tiles).
 7. Laying of carpet flooring.
 8. Install light fittings.
 9. Install cornices.
-  Care should be taken to ensure that the concealed air-con piping and other services are not damaged while installing the cornices.
 10. Install window and door grilles.
- Grilles have to be of standard design as per the attached drawing.  (See Appendix 4)
 11. Install additional air-conditioning unit.
- Air-con drain-out pipes have to be properly connected to waste trap within the apartment – subject to approval by the Management.
- No window unit.

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APPENDIX 3
LIST OF ALTERATION AND ADDITION WORKS NOT ALLOWED
 A. before the issue of Certificate of Statutory Completion (CSC):

- demolition of existing internal partition wall;

- erection of new partition wall;

- provide opening in existing wall;

- replace existing windows;

- seal up existing window/door opening;

- remove existing water closet, basin, and long bath; and

 B. before and after the issue of CSC:

- anything that will affect the look of the external façade.

- install windows at balcony (no enclosure of the balcony);

- removal of railing at the balcony;

- replace glazing of window with colours that are different from original;

- install air conditioner (window unit);

- modification/relocation of intercom set.

- install trellis or awning at Penthouses’ open terraces or at ground level units’ PES area

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APPENDIX 4
GRILLE DESIGN & WINDOW TYPE (YARD ONLY)
1. Door grille to be installed at the wooden frame or within the strata line of the unit and the full swing is not to go beyond half of the corridor width.
2. All other grille to be installed within the unit internal side and behind the window and/or sliding door.
3. Approved colour : To be determined by the Management Office.
4.  Exact measurements to be verified on-site by contractor.
 5. Application for the Grilles must be approved by the Management Office prior to commencement of works.
 6. All indicative drawings are not to scale.

 

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APPENDIX 5
PERMITTED AND NOT PERMITTED WORKS FOR HOUSEHOLD SHELTERS (HS)
 a. GENERAL
  Your dwelling unit has a civil defence shelter. It is designed to protect you during a war emergency. It has strengthened walls, floor, ceiling and a specially designed door. They must not be hacked or drilled. Certain finishes and fixtures are not permitted as they are not easily removable and may become hazards to shelter occupants during a war emergency. Lighting, power point, telephone point and CATV outlets points are also provided in the shelter so that you can stay inside and communicate with the outside.

Any repair or alteration or renovation works, which are likely to weaken or damage any structural elements of the household shelter or non-shelter space within the shelter tower, are not permitted.

 b. PERMITTED WORKS IN HS
 

(a) Laying of floor tiles bonded to wet cement mortar. The total thickness of floor finishes and screed is not to exceed 50mm.

(b) Laying of vinyl or linoleum flooring.

(c) Laying of floor skirting tiles (up to a maximum of 100mm high) by bonding them with wet cement mortar to HS walls.

(d) Applying splatter dash or equivalent to the external face of HS walls only to provide rough surface for feature wall panels or wall tiles installation.

(e) Painting of walls, ceiling or door. In the case of HS door, owners shall not cover or paint over the HS door notice or door seal. The old paint cost on door and door frame is to be removed prior to repainting to avoid increase paint thickness resulting in difficulty in closing and opening of the door.

(f) The new paint coat must be dried up completely before closing the door as wet or damp paint will cause the door/ rubber gasket to stick onto the door frame resulting in difficulty in opening the door.

(g) Painting on only the exterior face of the 6mm fragmentation stainless steel plate of the ventilation sleeves.

(h) Fixing of removable screws with non-metallic inserts not exceeding 50mm deep for fixtures and equipment e.g. pictures, posters, cabinets or shelves etc. Such fixtures that are installed inside the HS will have to be removed by the owners within 48 hours upon notification. There is no restriction to the diameter of the non-metallic insert as long as it does not exceed 50mm in length. It is the owner’s responsibility to ensure that the strength of the insert is adequately provided for the intended purpose.

(h) Fixing of removable screws with non-metallic inserts not exceeding 50mm deep for fixtures and equipment e.g. pictures, posters, cabinets or shelves etc. Such fixtures that are installed inside the HS will have to be removed by the owners within 48 hours upon notification. There is no restriction to the diameter of the non-metallic insert as long as it does not exceed 50mm in length. It is the owner's responsibility to ensure that the strength of the insert is adequately provided for the intended purpose.

(i) Removal of the fragmentation plates covering the ventilation openings shall be carried out subject to the following conditions:

    (1) The plates (after removal) shall be securely mounted with removable screws on non-metallic inserts not exceeding 50mm deep on one of the internal face of HS walls.

    (2) After the removal of plates, the bolts and nuts shall be installed back to their original positions on the ventilation sleeves.

    (3) Closing or covering up of ventilation openings by removable aesthetic or architectural finishes is allowed, provided that at least 25% of the total area of the two openings shall be left uncovered for ventilation purposes during peacetime.

    (4) Power driven nails are allowed only on external face of the HS walls to facilitate flexibility in mounting of features/ fixtures by owners.

 

 c. NOT PERMITTED WORKS IN HS
 

(a) Laying of wall tiles or spray of rock tone finishes, cement with sand finish and gypsum plastering on the internal faces of HS walls.

(b) Laying of floor tiles using adhesive materials.

(c) Laying of 2nd layer of tiles on floor or skirting tiles.

(d) Installation or cornices within the HS.

(e) Installation works with fixings using power driven nails into the internal HS walls.

(f) Tampering with, removing or covering up of the HS door notice. The HS door notice provides important information to the occupants on the use of the HS.

(g) Indiscriminate hacking and drilling of HS walls, floor slab, and ceiling slab, other than drilling into HS walls and ceiling slab to affix removable screws on inserts, provided the depth of the insert shall not exceed 50 mm.

(h) Hacking to both internal and external face of the HS walls to form key for tiling.

(i) Hacking or indiscriminate drilling on external face of HS wall for mounting of feature wall panels or wall tiles installation.

(j) Modifying, changing, removing or tampering of HS door.

(k) Modifying, altering or tampering with any part of the ventilation openings, plates and the mounting devices such as bolts and nuts.

(l) Painting to the interior face of the 6mm fragmentation stainless steel plate of the ventilation sleeves, the ventilation sleeves, “O” ring rubber gaskets and the four or eight numbers of stainless steel bolts which hold the steel plate to the sleeves.

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