Registration for the Web Portal
By registering yourself to access the Thomson Three’s Web Portal, you will have access to features exclusive to resident/non-resident owners and tenants. Example features are facility bookings – FastBook™ (residents only), notices and forms, circulars, meeting minutes (owners only).
Please contact us to register for the Web Portal.
New Bicycle Management Policy
Please be informed of the new bicycle management policy implemented for the Estate, effective from 1 September 2019.
- Bicycles placed in the common areas may only be parked at the bicycle racks found at Basements 1 and 2, on a first come first serve basis.
- Non-bicycles (e.g. prams, strollers, scooters, luggages, grocery trolleys etc.) will be removed immediately without notice.
- Bicycles placed at the bicycle racks are to be properly maintained (i.e. no rusty bicycles, flat tyres, fallen chains etc.) – poorly maintained bicycles will be assumed unused and will be removed immediately without notice.
- Personal mobility devices (PMDs) and scooters (electric and non-electric) are not to be parked at the bicycle rack.
Routine bicycle inspections will be conducted as follows: –
Every 1st Wednesday of the month
- Inspection of all bicycles in the estate and a 2-week advisory notice will be issued to bicycles parked in non-designated areas.
- All non-tagged bicycles and other non-compliant objects will be removed immediately without notice.
Every 3rd Wednesday of the month
- Removal of bicycles placed in non-designated areas with an expired 2-week notice to a temporary holding area.
- Disposal of all unclaimed bicycles placed in temporary holding area for more than one month.
We kindly urge residents to comply to the above bicycle management policy, so as to allow residents to have a pleasant and uncluttered living environment for all.
Cleanliness and Healthy Living at Thomson Three
The Management has received feedback from residents that there were cigarette butts, cardboard boxes and other litters found in front of their private enclosed spaces.
For cleanliness and healthy living, please ensure that affiliates of your unit and yourself do not discard any items from the windows and balconies. High-rise littering poses a risk to neighbours of the lower floors and may also cause potential damage to the property.
We would like to request all residents to be safety conscious and refrain from littering.
Change Of Security Service Provider
Please be informed that with effect from 1 August 2019, M/s A Best Security Management Pte Ltd will no longer be providing security services for the estate. We are pleased to inform you that security services have been taken over by M/s Henderson Security Services.
We look forward to a smooth transition and a pleasant working relationship with M/s Henderson Security Services to deliver a service of safety and security to our residents as well as maintaining peace and order in the estate.
Pets & Healthy Environment at Thomson Three
The Management has received feedback from a resident about urine found on the steps to block 45, near the roundabout. Initial suspicion: dog’s urine.
For the estate cleanliness and health consideration of residents, please refrain your pet from littering and urinating in common areas. And if your pet urinates or poo in common areas, please clean up the areas.
Please also refrain your pet from urinating on the greenery of the estate as the urine is harmful to the greens.
We earnestly seek your cooperation to maintain a clean and healthy living environment for all residents in Thomson Three.
If you have any feedback on estate matters, please contact the Management office at Tel: 6481 5246 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. For any emergency matter after office hours, residents may contact the Guard House at Tel: 6481 5491 for assistance.
Events of Interest
- Night Festival
August 17The Singapore Night Festival is an annual street festival held over two weekends celebrating the arts and Singapore’s rich cultural heritage. It is held every year in the Bras Basah and Bugis Precinct at the heart of Singapore’s Museum District and Art Scene. The festival is a massive street party centred around an artistic extravaganza of fun and entertainment. There are heaps to see and do including musical performances, improvisational theatre, film screenings, roving street performers, colourful building-sized light installations, dance, aerial performances, demonstrations of magic and illusion and cultural exhibitions. The festival both international performers from around the globe and Singapore’s local talent. The best thing is, since its beginnings, the festival has been FREE to attend.
- National Day
August 9You know you are witnessing the lead-up to the country’s National Day when the island starts turning a particular shade of red and white—largely from the flags fluttering from buildings, houses and even cars. The little country that could Singapore’s National Day Parade narrates how the city achieved independence amid severe doubt it could survive at all. The Singapore story is well known—how it achieved independence in 1965 amid severe doubt it could survive at all with its tiny size and severe lack of natural resources. Yet the island succeeded against the odds, deftly navigating its way through stormy waters of domestic turmoil, regional strife and international politics. It made use of every single advantage it had, emerging on the world stage as a major commercial hub, financial centre and global player—in short, the little country that could.
August 23 – 25About Baybeats GRAB YOUR GEAR, ROLL UP YOUR CUFFS, AND GATHER YOUR TROOPS. The biggest music festival of its kind in Singapore and the region, Baybeats presents a fist-pumping line-up showcasing prominent Singapore and international acts, covering genres including folk, pop, R&B, hip hop, metal, post-rock, emo, punk, electro and everything in between. Entering its 18th edition, Baybeats continues a highly successful collaboration with EMONIGHTSG, presenting a late-night party at the Esplanade Annexe Studio. Continuing its expansion to encompass hip hop and rap, the Annexe Studio will play host to a diverse range of rhymes and rhythms from all across the world. Also look forward to the closing day party with DJs from the Analog Vault up in the second floor terrace.