House Rules

These rules and regulations which constitute the By-Laws of the Condominium are intended to promote harmonious communal living for residents and to protect all residents from annoyance and to preserve the reputation and prestige of the Condominium thereof, thereby providing maximum enjoyment of the premises and its facilities.

Some residents may disagree with certain House Rules, but it should be appreciated that the House Rules are formulated for the common good. However, to meet the changes in the owner’s requirements, the House Rules can be revised as necessary at any Annual General Meeting, if such changes have a majority support and provided they meet the requirements of the Building Maintenance and Strata Management Act, 2004 (BMSMA).

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.

Part A - Rules and Regulations Governing Condominium Living

1. Definitions

  1. "Authority" refers to the relevant government agency or body.
  2. "Development" refers to the development known as "Grandeur 8".
  3. "Grandeur 8" refers to both the units and property comprising the condominium development known as Grandeur 8.
  4. "Management" refers to the Management Corporation or its Managing Agent.
  5. "Management Office" refers to the office situated at 4 Ang Mo Kio Central 3, #01-33, Singapore 567742.
  6. "Owner" refers to the person or persons who is/are subsidiary proprietor/s of the unit.
  7. "Property" refers to the common property in Grandeur 8 and includes the lifts, lobbies, stairs, corridors, common toilets, car parks, walkways, landscape and all recreational and other facilities etc.
  8. "Resident" refers to the person or persons residing in the unit.
  9. "Unit" refers to a residential unit in Grandeur 8.

2. General Do's and Don'ts

  1. Owners/Residents and their guests are to comply at all times with these house 'rules / by-laws to ensure harmonious living in Grandeur 8.
  2. Owners/Residents shall be responsible for the conduct of their family members and guests at all times and ensure that their behaviour is not offensive to other residents and that they do not cause damage to the property.
  3. Owners/Residents shall maintain their unit, including all sanitary fittings, water, gas, electrical and air-conditioning pipes and equipment in good condition so as not to cause annoyance to other residents.
  4. Owners shall notify and keep the Management informed of any change in the ownership of their unit or any other dealings with their unit of which they are aware.
  5. Owners must notify the Management if their units have been leased out. Owners are to provide relevant particulars of their tenants for the Management's records and shall be responsible for the conduct of their tenants at all times.
  6. Owners who have leased out their units are not entitled to the use of the property and all recreational and other facilities. These rights shall be transferred for the duration of the lease to the tenants.
  7. Owners who are not residing in Singapore should at their own expense, have an authorised agent or representative registered with the Management so as to be able to attend to matters relating to their unit.
  8. Owners/Residents shall permit the Management and its agents at all reasonable times and on reasonable notifications (except in an emergency when no notice is required) to enter their unit for the purpose of: -
    1. inspecting the unit,
    2. maintaining, repairing or renewing sewers, pipes, wires, cables, and ducts used or capable of being used in connection with the enjoyment of any other unit or the common property,
    3. maintaining, repairing or renewing the common property, or
    4. executing any work or act reasonably for or in connection with the performance of its duties on the enforcement of these rules and regulations affecting the building.
  9. Owners shall cany out all works ordered by any Authority in respect of their unit and pay all applicable charges in respect of the order.
  10. Soliciting of goods and services and the holding of funerals and wakes or religious, political or illegal activities shall not be permitted in the development.
  11. Residents shall not throw rubbish rags or other refuse or permit the same to be thrown onto the common property except in the rubbish bins and chutes provided for such purpose.
  12. Residents shall only burn religious offerings in a controlled manner in the receptacles provided by the Management.
  13. Residents shall not store any flammable chemical or materials in the property.
  14. Residents shall not mark, paint, drive nails or screws or generally deface the walls or any part of the property nor shall they encroach onto the property by placing their personal belongings on the property. In particular, no obstruction to fire escape routes, stairs, hose reels, fire hydrants, risers etc. may shall be permitted.
  15. Residents shall ensure that no potted plants or objects are placed dangerously on their balconies and planter boxes etc as these items are likely to fall and cause damage to property or injury to other residents.
  16. As it is intended that the exterior fafade of the development shall represent a uniform appearance, owners/residents are not allowed to
    1. put any name, writing, signboard, plates, placard, notices, banners, advertisements of any kind on any exterior window or surface of the unit or property that can be seen from the exterior without written permission from the Management.
    2. install or allow any projections (including but not limited to awnings) to extend through any door, window openings or balcony of their unit into the property.
    3. change the colour scheme of the external wall of the door, window openings or balcony of their unit that is visible from the exterior.
  17. Residents shall not hang any laundries or items on any part of their unit in such a way that will affect the aesthetic view of the development.
  18. Residents shall keep clean all glass windows and doors within their unit including those that form part of the property.
  19. All facilities, furniture, fittings and equipment placed or installed in the property have been provided for the safety, comfort, use and convenience of all residents, and therefore shall not be damaged or removed. Any damage or loss shall be made good by the owner/resident responsible. The owner/resident shall also be responsible for the acts of his servant, agent, licensee or guest who caused such damage or loss.
  20. The Management shall not be held responsible for any injury, damage or loss of property or life arising from the use of the property.
  21. In the event of any violation of these rules and by-laws, the Owner/Resident responsible shall make good and/or compensate for the loss and/or damage caused to the satisfaction of the Management.
  22. In the event that the Management has to engage any counsel to enforce any of the rules and regulations, or is required either by itself or by engaging contractors to carry out any rectification or remedial works necessitated by the failure on the part of the owner / resident to comply with the notification from the Management, the Management shall be entitled to be compensated in full for all costs and expenses incurred including any legal fees on an indemnity basis.

Part B - Rules and Regulations Governing Use of Recreational Facilities

3. General Rules and Regulations

  1. The recreation facilities are for the exclusive use of residents and their guests. Maids, domestic helpers and employees are excluded. Non-resident owners who have tenanted out their units may not use the facilities except as invited guests.
  2. Residents shall accompany their guests throughout the use of the recreational facilities and are to be responsible for the behaviour of their guests and their compliance of these rules and regulations.
  3. The Management or the security personnel may require any person using the recreational facilities to identify him or herself and residents are to produce their Resident Cards for verification when asked.
  4. Prior booking is required for the use of the recreational facilities, except for the swimming pool, gymnasium, children's playground, steam room and exercise stations.
  5. Booking of facilities will be on first-come-first-serve basis.
  6. Bookings can be made at the Management Office or at the relevant booking point designated by the Management. Please identify yourself by your Resident Card.
  7. Payment and deposit for the use of the recreational facilities are strictly by cheques only made in favour of "The Management Corporation Strata Title Plan No. 3108" and must be paid to the Management Office at least one (1) week before the booking date, otherwise the booking can be cancelled and allocated to other residents by the Management.
  8. Bookings are not transferable.
  9. Cancellation of booking must be made at least three (3) working days before the booking date; otherwise the cancellation will be subjected to a penalty of S5.00 plus the applicable GST.
  10. Residents are not allowed to use the recreational facilities for the benefit of any company, religious or social organisation.
  11. Except for those games and activities for which the recreational facilities were intended for, no other games or activities will be allowed in or about the facilities.
  12. Smoking is strictly prohibited within all the recreational facilities.
  13. All Residents and their guests are to be responsible for the general cleanliness of the facilities used.
  14. The Management reserves the right to disallow residents and guests from using the recreational facilities should there be any violation of rules or misuse of the facilities.
  15. Residents shall be responsible for any damage caused by themselves or their guests to the recreational facilities. Residents should inform the Management of any existing damage at the facility or equipment which they or their guests are about to use. Otherwise they may be held responsible for such damages and be liable for the repair or replacement costs.
  16. The operating hours of the recreational facilities are subject to change by the Management.
  17. The Management reserves the right to shut down the swimming pool and/or any other facilities for the purpose of cleaning, maintenance or repair.
  18. The Management shall not be held responsible in any way for any injury, damage or loss of property or life sustained by residents and/or their guests that may arise from the use of the recreational facilities.
  19. For the avoidance of doubt, the security personnel shall be presumed to be acting with the authority of the Management in the enforcement of these rules and regulations.
  20. The Management reserves the right to amend these rules and regulations as and when they deem fit and necessary.

4. Swimming/Wading Pools and Jacuzzi

  1. The pools (including the jacuzzi) are opened daily for use from 7.00am to 10.00pm. Only Residents and their guests may use the pool. Guests may use the pool only when accompanied by Residents who shall ensure that their guests comply with the rules and regulations contained herein.
  2. All users are encouraged to take a shower before entering the pool. Persons with infectious disease, bandaged or open wound infection are not permitted to use the pools.
  3. All users are advised to leave the pool during heavy rain and thunderstorms.
  4. All users must be in proper swimming attire. T-shirts, singlet and non-swimming shorts/clothing are strictly not allowed. The Management may prohibit any person from using a swimming costume that is in the opinion of the Management, improper or may cause embarrassment to others.
  5. Children under twelve (12) years of age must be accompanied and supervised by adult(s) at all times when using the pools.
  6. Noisy, rough or dangerous plays are not permitted in the pools and their immediate vicinity.
  7. Airbeds, surfboards, light raft, bulky inflatable objects, snorkelling and scuba gears or other similar objects are not permitted in the pools. However, children may play with small water toys in the wading pool.
  8. Diving is strictly prohibited.
  9. The safety equipment provided around the pools shall not be used other than for its intended purpose.
  10. There will be NO lifeguard on duty. A person who uses the pool must be aware of all safety procedures and shall do so at his/her own risk.
  11. The Management shall not be responsible for any mishaps, injuries or loss of life or property sustained by residents or their guests when using the pool and its facilities.
  12. Food and drinks are not permitted in the pools.
  13. The pool furniture shall not be removed from the pool area and all users are to keep the said pool furniture and area clean and tidy at ail times.
  14. Private coaches shall not give lessons in the pools without first obtaining written consent from the Management. Strictly no coaching of non-residents is allowed.
  15. The Management reserves the right to amend these rules and regulations as and when they deem fit and necessary.

5. Steam Rooms

  1. The steam rooms are opened daily from 7.00 am to 10,00 pm.
  2. The steam rooms are opened to Residents and their guests only.
  3. Each unit is permitted to bring in not more than two guests at any one time. Guest(s) must be accompanied by Residents) at all times.
  4. Users must be properly attired. Users are encouraged to shower before entering the steam room.
  5. Eating, drinking and smoking in the steam room are strictly prohibited.
  6. The door of the steam room must be kept closed while in operation. Users are to switch off the steam after use.
  7. No male person shall enter the steam room reserved for the female, and vice-versa.
  8. Users are encouraged to observe and be guided by the health warning signs posted at the entrances of the steam rooms.
  9. Children below the age of sixteen (16) years must be accompanied by adults when using the steam room.
  10. The Management shall not be held responsible for any injury, damage or loss of property or life arising from the use of the steam rooms.
  11. The Management reserves the right to amend these rules and regulations as and when they deem fit and necessary.

6. Tennis Court

  1. The tennis court is opened tdaily for use from 7.00 am to 10.00 pm.
  2. Bookings are to be made at the Management Office or at such booking point as may be designated by the Management. Please identify yourself by your Resident Card.
  3. Each booking is limited to a maximum two (2) hours session save during Prime Time.
  4. "Prime Time" shall be deemed as follows :-
    • Saturdays, Sundays & Public Holidays - 7.00 am to 10 am; 6.00 pm to 10 pm Weekdays -6.00 pm to 10 pm
    • During Prime Time, bookings can only be made for a maximum of one (1) hour session per unit.
  5. The booking can be made up to a maximum of seven (7) days (inclusive of day of booking) in advance of the intended session.
  6. Residents are not permitted to use the court without prior bookings. Only residents and their guests are permitted to use the court. There shall not be more than 4 players on the court at the same time.
  7. Residents who have booked the court and for any reasons are unable to turn up for the game are strongly advised to cancel their booking so that other residents can utilise the facility.
  8. Users are advised to be punctual. If the person who made the booking failed to turn up fifteen (15) minutes after the scheduled time, the booking shall be deemed cancelled and the court be allocated to other residents.
  9. Bookings are not transferable.
  10. Each unit is entitled to book the tennis court up to a maximum of two (2) hours per week (a week being considered Sunday to Saturday).
  11. After a unit has used up its entitlement for the week, current bookings of one (1) hour sessions (subject to a maximum of a further two (2) hours per week) are permitted subject to availability within 15 minutes before playing time.
  12. Users shall be properly attired when playing. Shoes and balls must be of the non- marking type.
  13. Children under twelve (12) years of age are not permitted in the tennis court unless accompanied by their parents or supervising adults who shall be responsible for their behaviour and safety.
  14. Users are required to take good care of the facilities. Any damage shall be reported to the Management immediately. If the damage is not a result of normal wear and tear, the user will be responsible for its repair or replacement.
  15. Users are responsible for the general cleanliness of the tennis court during their use. Eating and smoking are strictly prohibited.
  16. Private coaches shall not give lessons in the court without first obtaining the written consent of the Management. Strictly no coaching of non-residents is allowed.
  17. The Management will not be held responsible for injury, damage or loss of property or life arising from the use of the tennis court.
  18. The Management reserves the right to amend these rules and regulations as and when they deem fit and necessary.

7. Multi-Purpose Court

  1. The multi-purpose court is opened daily for use from 7.00 am to 10.00 pm.
  2. The court is to be used only for designated games as determined by the Management.
  3. Bookings are to be made at the Management Office or at such booking point as may be designated by the Management. Please identify yourself by your Resident Card.
  4. Each booking is limited to a maximum two (2) hours session save during Prime Time.
  5. "Prime Time" shall be deemed as follows :-
    • Saturdays, Sundays & Public Holidays - 7.00 am to 10 am; 6.00 pm to 10 pm Weekdays ~ 6.00 pm to 10 pm
    • During Prime Time, bookings can only be made for a maximum of one (1) hour session per unit.
  6. The booking can be made up to a maximum of seven (7) days (exclusive of day of booking) in advance of the intended session.
  7. Residents are not permitted to use the court without prior bookings. Only residents and their guests are permitted to use the court. There shall not be more than 12 players on the court at the same time.
  8. Residents who have booked the court and for any reasons are unable to turn up for the game are strongly advised to cancel their booking so that other residents can utilise the facility.
  9. Users are advised to be punctual. If the person who made the booking failed to turn up fifteen (15) minutes after the scheduled time, the booking shall be deemed cancelled and the court be allocated to other residents.
  10. Bookings are not transferable.
  11. Each unit is entitled to book the court up to a maximum of two (2) hours per week (a week being considered Sunday to Saturday).
  12. Children under twelve (12) years of age are not permitted in the court unless accompanied by their parents or supervising adults who shall be responsible for their behaviour and safety.
  13. Users are required to take good care of the facilities. Any damage shall be reported to the Management immediately. If the damage is not a result of nomial wear and tear, the user will be responsible for its repair or replacement.
  14. Users are responsible for the general cleanliness of the multi-purpose court during their use. Eating and smoking are strictly prohibited.
  15. The Management will not be held responsible for any injury, damage or loss of property or life arising from the use of the multi-purpose court.
  16. The Management reserves the right to amend these rules and regulations as and when they deem fit and necessary.

8. Gymnasium

  1. The gymnasium is opened daily for use from 6.30am. to 10.30pm.
  2. Only Residents with Resident Cards are permitted to use the gymnasium.
  3. Guests (subject to a maximum of 2 persons) must be accompanied by a resident at all times while in the gymnasium.
  4. Residents and their guests are encouraged to read the instructions provided on every equipment before using it. Due care must be exercised when using the equipment to prevent damage and injury.
  5. Residents and their guests are required to sign in and out for each usage and Residents are to present their Resident Cards to the security guard in-charge for verification of identity.
  6. Proper exercise attire and footwear must be worn while in the gymnasium. A personal towel should be brought along when using the gymnasium. Residents in bathing suits and sandals are strictly prohibited from entering the gymnasium.
  7. Smoking, eating and drinking (other than plain water) are strictly prohibited.
  8. Children under 12 years of age are not permitted in the gymnasium. Children between 12 and 16 years of age must be accompanied by adults when using the equipment.
  9. Residents are requested to place the weights back in its proper place after use.
  10. The equipment shall not be shifted from their positions or removed from the gymnasium.
  11. The Management shall not be held responsible for any loss or damage to any personal property, or injury or death arising from the use of the gymnasium.
  12. The Management reserves the right to amend these rules and regulations as and when they deem fit and necessary.

9. Children's Playground and Exercise Stations

  1. Children under 8 years of age are to be accompanied by their parents or supervising adults who shall be responsible for the children's behaviour and safety.
  2. The Management shall not be held responsible for any loss or damage to any personal property, injury or death arising from the use of the Playground and Exercise Stations.

10. Function Rooms

  1. The Function Rooms are opened for bookings for the following sessions daily:
    • First session - 10.00am. to 3.30pm.
    • Second session - 4.30pm. to 10.00pm.
  2. A refundable cheque deposit of S$ 100.00 (to cover any damage to the property) and a non-refundable cheque of $10.00 plus the applicable GST (to cover the expense for removal of rubbish and cleaning) are required for the use of each Function Room for each session. The facility is open to all Residents.
  3. Residents are required to pay both the refundable deposit and non-refundable fees by cheques to the Management Office when booking is made. Cheques are to be made payable to "The Management Corporation Strata Title Plan No. 3108". No cash payment will be accepted.
  4. Bookings can be made at the Management Office. Please identify yourself by your Resident Card.
  5. Bookings can be made up to a maximum of 30 days (exclusive of day of booking) in advance of the intended session.
  6. Each unit is entitled to book a room up to a maximum of two (2) sessions on different dates per month.
  7. Cancellation of booking must be made at least three (3) working days before the reserved session; otherwise the Resident will be subjected to a penalty of S5.00 plus the applicable GST.
  8. Smoking is strictly prohibited in the Function Rooms.
  9. The Function Rooms must not be used for commercial (e.g. promotion, sales presentation, multi-level marketing, sale of tickets), religious, political or illegal activities. Gambling activities including mahjong are also disallowed.
  10. The use of the Function Rooms is restricted to Residents and their guests only. A maximum number of 60 persons are allowed at any one time in each room.
  11. Users must take good care of the facilities in the Function Rooms. Any damage must be reported to the Management immediately. If the damage is not as a result of normal wear and tear, the user will be responsible for its repair or replacement.
  12. The Management reserves the right to deduct the repair or replacement cost from the booking deposit. In the event that the deposit is insufficient to cover the repair or replacement cost, the Management reserves the right to recover the balance from the Resident.
  13. Residents are responsible for the general cleanliness of the Function Rooms. Decorations may be allowed but care must be exercised not to damage the walls and windows. All decorations must be removed after the function.
  14. The Management will not be held responsible for any injury, damage or loss of property or life arising from the use of the Function Rooms.
  15. The Management reserves the right to amend these rules and regulations as and when they deem fit and necessary.
  16. The Management also reserves the right to use the Function Rooms as and when necessary.

11. Barbeque Pits

  1. The barbeque pits are open for bookings for the following sessions daily:
    • First Session 10.00am. to 3.30pm.
    • Second Session 4.30pm. to 10.00pm.
  2. A refundable cheque deposit of SS100.00 (to cover any damage to the property) and a non-refundable cheque of $10.00 plus the applicable GST (to cover the expense for removal of rubbish and cleaning) are required for the use of each barbeque Pit for each session. The facility is open to all Residents.
  3. Residents are required to pay both the refundable deposit and non-refundable fees by cheques to the Management Office when booking is made. Cheques are to be made payable to "The Management Corporation Strata Title Plan No. 3108". No cash payment will be accepted.
  4. Bookings can be made at the Management Office. Please identify yourself by your Resident Card.
  5. Bookings can be made up to a maximum of 30 days (exclusive of day of booking) in advance of the intended session.
  6. Each unit is entitled to book a barbeque pit up to a maximum of two (2) sessions on different dates per month.
  7. Cancellation of booking must be made at least three (3) working days before the reserved session; otherwise the Resident will be subjected to a penalty of $5.00 plus the applicable GST.
  8. A maximum number of 20 persons are allowed at any one time for each barbeque pit.
  9. No live band or mobile disco is allowed.
  10. Residents shall maintain the general cleanliness of the barbeque pits and shall not litter in or around the barbeque pits. All waste food and refuse must be disposed off at the designated area.
  11. Booking for use of the barbeque pit is not transferable.
  12. The Management shall not be held responsible for any injury, damage or loss of property or life arising from the use of the barbeque pits.
  13. The Management reserves the right to amend these rules and regulations as and when they deem fit and necessary

Part C - Other Rules and Regulations

12. Issuance and Use of Resident's Card

  1. Residents are entitled to apply for a Resident Card so long as they can provide satisfactory evidentiary proof of their residence at Grandeur 8 by the official address indicated on their Singapore identity card or other relevant identification document.
  2. To apply, residents are required to submit an application form, copies of which are available in the Management Office. Please allow at least 28 working days for processing and issuance of the Resident Card.
  3. To be eligible for a Resident Card, residents must be above 12 years of age and residing in Grandeur 8 on a permanent basis, either as owners or tenants.
  4. The Resident Card is required as identification for access to the various recreational facilities and will be retained by security guard during the usage of the facilities.
  5. Please report the loss of the Resident Card to the Management Office together with a copy of the relevant police report, if any. A grace period of at least 28 working days is required for any replacement.
  6. Replacements are subject to a fee of $10.00 plus the applicable GST per card. Payment is to be made by cheque only. Please note that Management reserves the right to review the charges as and when deemed necessary.
  7. Residents must surrender the Resident Card to the Management upon vacating or leasing their unit.

13. Issuance and Use of Proximity Card

  1. Proximity Cards will only be issued to owners or tenants upon provision of evidentiary proof of their residence at Grandeur 8 by the official address indicated on their Singapore identity card or other relevant identification document.
  2. Residents must report to the Management on the loss or damage of the card. Damaged cards are usually not repairable. For a replacement, residents must surrender the damaged card(s) to the Management.
  3. Replacement/additional card(s) shall be subjected to a charge of $30.00 plus the applicable GST per card. Payment is to be made by cheque only. The Management reserves the right to review the price as and when it is deemed necessary. A maximum of six (6) Proximity Cards per unit may be applied for.
  4. Residents must surrender their Proximity Cards to the Management when vacating or leasing their unit. Similarly, tenants must surrender the Proximity Cards when their tenancy expires or upon vacating the development.

14. Issuance of Car Park Label / IU entry and Use of Carpark

  1. Only vehicles with a valid vehicle label will be allowed to park in the basement carpark of Grandeur 8.
  2. Each unit is entitled to one vehicle label. Residents are only allowed to register one (1) vehicle IU entry for each unit at the Management Office.
  3. For the application of the vehicle label and registration of IU entry, residents are required to submit an application form, copies of which are available in the Management Office. The application should be supported by the following documents: -
    1. the Sales and Purchase Agreement or Tenancy Agreement for verification of identities; and
    2. the vehicle's registration card or other relevant documentary evidence for verification of vehicle ownership.
  4. Please allow 3 working days for the issuance of the vehicle label and registration of the vehicle ID.
  5. Hie vehicle label should be prominently displayed on the top left corner of the front windscreen.
  6. The vehicle label shall only be issued to owners or tenants who reside permanently at the Condominium and the vehicle must be officially registered under his / her name.
  7. The vehicle label issued is not transferable for use on another vehicle. If residents change their vehicle, they must inform the Management Office in writing and notify the Management Office of the new Vehicle ID. Documentary proof of vehicle ownership must be presented upon the notification.
  8. Residents must report to the Management Office on any damage to their vehicle label and surrender the damaged vehicle label for a replacement.
  9. Residents must also report to the Management Office on the loss of the vehicle label. Replacement will be subject to a fee of $20.00 per label plus the applicable GST. Payment is to be made by cheque only. The Management reserves the right to review the fee as and when it is deemed necessary.
  10. Residents must surrender the vehicle label to the Management when vacating or leasing the unit. Similarly, tenants must surrender the vehicle label when their tenancy expires or upon vacating Grandeur 8.
  11. All vehicles parked in Grandeur 8 are at the owners' risk. The Management shall not be held liable for any theft, damage or other misdemeanour howsoever caused to the vehicle(s) and/ or their contents.
  12. Lorries, buses and heavy vehicles are not allowed to be parked in Grandeur 8.
  13. The parking areas are not to be used for recreation, storage and repair works by residents or their visitors.
  14. Visitors driving into and parking in Grandeur 8 are to give their particulars and the block and unit they wish to visit to the guard on duty at the Guard House and comply with the directions of the guards. Visitors are to park their vehicles only at designated carpark lots.
  15. Washing of vehicles should only be carried out in designated areas and with pails of water only. Use of water hose is prohibited.
  16. Ail vehicles within Grandeur 8 are to adhere strictly to the directional and signage rules as well as comply with applicable traffic rules and regulations.
  17. Wheel clamping will be practised under the following circumstances :-
    1. vehicles without valid vehicle label or visitors' parking slip;
    2. visitor's vehicle parked after 12 midnight without prior approval from the Management;
    3. vehicles not parked properly in a designated lot or parked in an unauthorised area;
    4. vehicles parked indiscriminately or in a manner as to cause inconvenience to others;
    5. vehicles parked at handicap lots without an approved 'Handicap" label.
  18. An administrative charge of $250.00 (for which a receipt will be issued) is to be paid for the removal of the wheel clamp as well as an additional $20.00 fine per day subject to a maximum fine of $500.00. If the affected vehicle is still not claimed after one month, the Management reserves the right to tow away the said vehicle and the vehicle owner shall also pay for the towing and related charges. The Management shall not be responsible for any damage or loss as a result of the wheel clamping.
  19. Owners/residents may apply for a 2nd vehicle label, the issuance/registration of which is subject to the Management's approval and discretion. Requirements and rules as above apply to the 2nd vehicle as well. In addition, a refundable interest free deposit of $200.00 is to be made and the validity of the 2nd vehicle label is to be renewed on a yearly basis by way of a fresh application. The Management however reserves the right to recall all such vehicle labels at their discretion and/or to impose a fee for such 2nd vehicle label at such time as it deems fit.

15. Installation of Window Grilles and Metal Gate

  1. Residents who wish to install metal grilles at the main entrance door, living room, windows and yard areas are to submit their applications to the Management for approval. The Management reserves the right to reject applications that will affect the aesthetic view of the development.
  2. The grilles or gate shall be fixed within the Strata boundary of the owner's unit without encroaching into the common property. Grilles for the windows must be installed behind the existing window panels of the unit.
  3. Drilling on floor tiles, walls or any other surfaces within the common property is strictly prohibited.

16. Audio Intercom System

  1. The audio intercom system allows communication between residents and the security guards at the guardhouse.
  2. The Management's clearance must be obtained should you want to make any alteration or re-position the intercom system. The cost of the alteration or re¬positioning is to be fully borne by the residents.

17. Keeping of Pets

  1. Pets should be well managed and not cause disturbance annoyance or nuisance to other residents. Owners should also ensure that the pets are properly licensed and/or have the necessary approvals from as well as meet all existing regulations of the appropriate authorities. Pets which are a nuisance or which are not properly licensed /approved shall be removed from Grandeur 8 upon notice being given by the Management.
  2. Pets are strictly prohibited from freely roaming the common areas. Pets should be well controlled and/or kept on leash especially when in close confines e.g, in the lifts, with other residents.
  3. Pets are not allowed in the function rooms, steam rooms, gymnasium, swimming pool, wading pools, Jacuzzi, tennis and multi-purpose courts and children's playground.
  4. Pet owners must exercise responsibility in collecting and disposing the faeces from their pets and also to clean the areas affected accordingly.
  5. Pet owners should not allow their pets to cause any inconvenience to other residents.

18. Additions / Alterations ("Renovation) Works

  1. Administration - Residents are required to submit applications for approval before carrying out any additions/alterations (A/A) works. The application forms are available at the Management Office.
  2. Submission of Application - Application forms must be submitted with the following documents to the Management Office at least one week before the commencement of any A/A works:
    1. Approval letters from BCD or other relevant government authorities, where applicable together with copies of the approved plans. Any demolition work of any non-structural elements should be carried out by a BCA certified contractor,
    2. Details of the proposed A/A works to be carried out, materials to be used, work schedule and particulars of the contractors handling the works.
    3. A refundable cheque of $2000.00 as deposit with the Management. The deposit will be refunded upon completion of renovation work and subject to a joint inspection between the Management and unit owner as per clause 7.0.
    4. No cash payment would be accepted.
  3. Working Hours
    1. Residents must exercise due care and caution to ensure that no disturbance, nuisance or annoyance is caused to their neighbours.
    2. A/A works are to be carried out on weekdays between 0900 to 1700 hours and on Saturdays between 0900 to 1300 hours. Works beyond the stipulated hours are strictly prohibited. A/A works are not permitted on Sundays and public holidays
    3. All contractors must report at the security guard house to obtain their identification pass, and to wear the pass at all times whilst in the development
  4. Disposal of Bulky Waste and Renovation Debris
    1. All renovation works are subjected to such disposal fee, except for painting, installation of metal grilles and lighting. Cheque payment must be made prior to the commencement of works
    2. Resident or renovation contractor shall under no circumstances throw renovation debris down the refuse chute or wash them down the water cistern or floor trap. If chokage occurs due to non-compliance of this notification, the chokage must be cleared to the satisfaction of the Management at the sole expense of the resident
    3. Renovation debris must be discarded into the bulk bins provided. If the debris are left on common property areas during or after the completion of A/A works, the Management reserves the right to engage its own contractors to carry out the disposal and ail expenses incurred will be deducted from the renovation deposit
  5. Commencement / Supervision of Works
    1. The submission of an application to carry out the A/A works to the Management does "'not constitute an approval. Owners must bear full responsibility for ensuring compliance with all existing building legislation and regulations relevant to each type of work.
    2. Owners are required to undertake that no illegal workers or foreign workers holding invalid working permit be employed throughout the renovation period
    3. Owners are responsible for the proper supervision of their contractors and ensuring full compliance with all the terms and conditions governing the A/A works
    4. No storage, hoarding and preparatory works are allowed within the common areas.
    5. The Management must be informed in writing before owners attempt to make any alteration to the existing doors and windows at the external facade. Such changes especially those that may affect the aesthetic look of the development are subject to the approval of the Management
    6. Any alteration/modification of electrical circuit must be carried out by EMA (Energy Market Authority) approved contractors (licensed electrician). In addition, written approval must be obtained from the Licensed Electrical Worker of the estate through the Condominium Manager, two weeks before the commencement of works. Any cost incurred for obtaining such written approval from the Licensed Electrical Worker shall be borne by the owner.
    7. Owners and their contractors are not allowed to tap water or electricity supply from the common areas.
  6. Cleaning / Protection of Common Property
    1. To prevent chokage of pipes in common property, workers are not allowed to use the public toilets for cleaning and washing of tools.
    2. Adequate protective covering should be provided from the elevator to the entrance of the owner's apartment to prevent workers from dirtying the common areas during A/A works.
    3. Protective measures should be taken when moving heavy furniture or equipment to prevent possible damage to the lift lobby, corridors and other common areas.
  7. Inspection by the Management
    1. Upon completion of the A/A works and prior to the refund of the renovation deposit, Owners must make arrangement with the Management for a joint inspection to ensure that the A/A works earned out did not cause any damage to the common property.
    2. In the event of any damage discovered, the owner shall be fully liable to rectify them to the satisfaction of the Management within seven (7) days from the date of notice served by the Management. Failing which, the Management reserves the right to make good the damages by deducting the rectification costs incurred from the deposit, and recover any remaining costs from the Owner.
    3. In the event of any unauthorised works, the Management reserves the right to demand for the demolition or physical removal of the works and recover from the Owners, all costs and expenses incurred in this connection.
    4. Clearance given by the Management Office should not be taken as an approval granted by the relevant Building Authorities. Residents are responsible for obtaining clearance for their A/A works from the relevant government authorities.
    5. Notwithstanding the inspection, Owners should take note and understand that the future Management of Grandeur 8 may require them to reinstate their renovation to conform to the by-laws or house rules of the Grandeur 8 (which may be set from time to time at the general meetings). In this instance, the reinstatement and the rectification to any damages to the common properties caused by such renovation will be at the Owner's own costs.

19. Bulk Delivery and House Removal

  1. All Owners must submit application form together with a refundable deposit of $200.00 to the Management at least 3 working days in advance before delivering goods to or from the development.
  2. Owners are responsible for the conduct and behaviour of their appointed contractors and undertake that no illegal worker and/or foreign worker who holds an invalid working permit be employed for the delivery service.
  3. Bulk delivery and house removal should be carried out during the following hours:
  4. Monday-Friday , - 9.00am-6.00pm.
  5. Saturday - 9.00am.- 1.00pm.
  6. These activities are not permitted on Sundays and public holidays.
  7. All deliveries and removals must be reported to the security guard house prior to the work being carried out. The Management reserves the right to refuse entry to any unknown personnel for purposes that cannot be verified.
  8. All contractors entering the development must report at the security guard house to obtain identification cards, and to wear their cards at all times while within the development.
  9. Workmen carrying out delivery or removal works should use only designated lifts and staircase so as not to inconvenience other residents. Bulky items including packing and crating materials must be removed and disposed off from the property on the same day they are brought in.
  10. Owners and their contractors are not allowed to use the water or electricity supply from the common areas.
  11. Owners must ensure that adequate measures are taken to protect the property during any bulk deliveries or house removal works.
  12. Upon completion and prior to processing of the refund of deposit, Owners must make arrangement with the Management for a joint inspection to ensure that no unwanted materials or debris are left in the common areas and no damage made to the property.
  13. The Management reserves the right to engage its own contractors to carry out any disposal and repair works caused by the delivery works. All such expenses incurred in this instance will be deducted from the delivery deposit.

20. Maintenance and Sinking Funds

  1. Owners shall pay the maintenance charges for the maintenance of the property of the development and the provision of cleaning, security and other services as well as the sinking fund contributions in advance on a quarterly basis within thirty (30) days from the date of invoice failing which late payment interest at the prescribed rate (as determined at a general meeting of the development) shall be imposed.
  2. Owners must pay all goods and services tax (GST) charged by law.
  3. The unpaid maintenance charges and sinking fund contributions may be recovered as a debt by the Management or its agent in any court of competent jurisdiction together with interest and legal fees on an indemnity basis, and any interest so paid shall form part of the fund to which the contribution belongs.

21. Liquor Control By-Law

  1. No individual shall consume any liquor in the common property of the estate from the hours of 10.30 pm to 7.00 am.
  2. No person under the age of 18 years shall be allowed to consume any liquor in the common property of the estate at all times.
  3. "Liquor" means -
    • a beverage containing more than 0.5% ethanol by mass or volume;
    • a mixture of ethanol and some other substance or liquid (including water) and containing more than 0.5% ethanol by mass or volume;
    • or any other substance (whether or not a beverage or liquid) that is prescribed by the regulations as liquor.

Part D - Permitted Works at Household Shelter (HS)

Permitted Works

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 outlet points are also provided in the shelter so that you can stay inside and communicate with the outside.

Permitted Works in HS

  1. Laying of floor tiles bonded to wet cement mortar.
  2. Laying of vinyl of linoleum flooring
  3. Laying of floor skirting tiles (up to a maximum of 100 mm high) by bonding them with wet cement mortar to HS walls.
  4. Painting of walls, ceiling or door. In the case of HS doors, owners shall not cover up or paint over the HS door notice or door seal.
  5. 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.
  6. Removal of 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 exceeding50 mm 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 removal 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.
  7. Where false ceilings, which are provided on the exterior of the HS, are to be installed at a level below the ventilation sleeves, there shall be one access panel of a minimum size of 600 mm x 600 mm to be provided directly below each ventilation sleeve.

Not Permitted Works in HS

  1. Laying of wall tiles or spray of rock tone finishes, cement sand finish and gypsum plastering on the internal faces of HS walls.
  2. Laying of floor tiles using adhesive materials.
  3. Installation of cornices within the HS.
  4. Installation works with fixings using ramsetting.
  5. Tampering with, removing or covering up of the HS door notice. Hie HS door notice provides important information to the occupants on the use of HS.
  6. Indiscriminate hacking and drilling of HS walls, floor slabs, and ceiling slabs, other than drilling into HS walls and ceiling slabs to affix removable screws on inserts, provided the depth of the insert shall not exceed 50 mm.
  7. Modifying, changing, removing or tampering of HS door.
  8. Modifying, altering, or tampering with any part of the ventilation openings, plates and the mounting devices such as bolts and nuts.

Not Permitted Works in Non-Shelter (NS)

Indiscriminate hacking and drilling of NS walls, floor slabs, and ceiling slab to affix removable screws on inserts, provided the depth of the insert shall not exceed 50 mm.

 

Disclaimer:-

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