Driving along Driveway In/Out Car Park from Entrance/ Exit
The management are still receiving feedback on incidences where vehicles are driving in high speed, wrong direction and cutting into opposite lane; and such reckless driving will potentially cause unforeseen accidents to occur.
Please be advised that the Car Driver(s) are to drive with low speed i.e. 10 km/ hr and with cautious along the Driveway from Entrance/ Exit towards the in/ Out Car Park in view of the safety of the pedestrians along the Walkway and also to watch out for cars that could have cut into your lane along the way.
Please also drive towards the car park by making a turn at the roundabout before driving towards the Car Park Ramp instead of driving in by cutting into the exit lane.
There have been several incidences where vehicles are driving in a wrong direction and this may potentially cause unforeseen accidents to occur. In order to better control the situations, we are getting our security to station at the driveway to monitor the traffic flow and to take some pictures on vehicles which are driving in a wrong traffic directions. Advisory Letter shall be sent to the Resident(s) who has been driving in to the Car Park using the wrong way.
For the safety of the pedestrians and all road users at Thomson Three, we strongly seek the cooperation of all drivers to drive with cautious and in due diligence by driving at slow speed i.e. 10km/ hour when approaching the concerned junction and along the Driveway to avoid and minimise any traffic incidents around the estate.
High Rise Littering
Over the months, our office has been constantly receiving feedbacks on lighted cigarette butts and or other items found landed on the Balconies or Private Enclosed Space of the unit. Most recent observations were noted at Stack No. 2 & 7 of Block 41 and Stack 11 of Block 43.
We wish to reiterate that high-rise littering is a serious offence as it causes injuries and may take the lives of person away if the cigarettes butts are still lighted or when falling items landed on someone. All residents are to take cautions and be considerations of the activities at your balconies. Please also be advised that Residents shall be responsible for the conduct of his/ her family members and invitees at times, ensuring their behaviour is neither offensive to other occupants of the building nor damaging to any portion of the private/ common property. For the safety and cleanliness of the estate, please ensure that the affiliates of your unit; and/or yourself do not dispose any items from your window, balconies and backyard; as any high floor littering do pose a serious risk to the people at the lower floors and may also cause damages to the properties.
If you witness anyone committing high-rise littering, please contact the Management Office at 64815246 during office hour or the Guards at 64815491 and/or write in to firstname.lastname@example.org. We would not hesitate to refer the matter to NEA or the Police for handling.
Smoking around the Estate
There have also been constant feedbacks on traces of cigarettes smokes at the open balconies or sometimes, near the aircon condenser area. The most recent feedback was reported by Residents at Level 17 of Block 45 We wish to advise Residents who have been smoking within the unit to refrain from smoking at the balconies of your unit as the smoke may rise intensively up to the units’ right above and/ or beside.
For the consideration of your neighbours, please smoke within your unit with your window/ balconies open for air circulation. Please also be reminded that smoking is not allowed at these facilities/ places as per regulations imposed by the National Environment Agency (NEA): – Basement Car Parks/ Corridors/ Cover Walkways and Link ways/Common Indoor Areas & Facilities/ Common Outdoor Areas & Facilities/ Lift Lobbies/ Playground/ Staircases/ Stairwell/ Swimming Pools/ Tennis Court/ Tower Lobbies
Proper usage at the Gym
We noted from the recent maintenance service of the Gym Equipment that one of the Body Station- Leg curve station was found to have linkage bearing assembly dislodged. The dislodged was mostly due to the mis-use of the station for some other exercises performed by the users inappropriately on the machine.
To upkeep the conditions of the facilities at Thomson Three, we wish to advise that residents have to do their part to ensure that the residents or their family members use the equipment and the facilities with diligent care.
Please also use the equipment only when you are in proper sport attires and shoes.
Proper Usage of the Recreational Facilities
We have received Resident feedback on Residents not wearing the correct attires for swimming. Please refer to Page 69 of the Resident Handbook as follows: –
14. All persons using the pools must be in proper swimming attire. Person in tee-shirt or short will not be allowed in the pools. No person shall wear hair-pins, curlers, safety pin, bobby pins and other similar objects in the pools. The Management reserves the right to prohibit any person from using swimming costume, which, may be in appropriate or may cause embarrassment to others.
We have also observed poo floating at the Baby Pool recently. Please refer to these house rules as follows:
Page 54, Point 9: Pets are not allowed into the swimming pools or water feature pools or to drink water from the swimming pools or water feature pools.
Page 70, Point 19: Spitting, spouting water, blowing the nose or discharging bodily waste in the pools is strictly prohibited. Running, boisterous or rough play or excessive noise is forbidden in the pools, showers or changing rooms.
To keep the swimming pools safe and clean for the other users, we wish to advise that residents have to do their part to ensure that the residents or their family members use pool with considerations for others.
Flying of Drone is Prohibited at Thomson Three
We have received feedback from Resident that Drone was observed to be operated by residents or their affiliates on the 27 June 2017 around 9.40 pm at Level 1 within the premises of Thomson Three.
We wish to advise residents that flying of unmanned aircraft (drone) cannot be operated at restricted zone and over the crowds. As a private estate with people walking around with risks of being potentially hurt; and to prevent any damages to the common and unit properties at Thomson Three by the flying object, we would stop anyone spotted operating the drone at the estate.
Please find more information from this link: http://www.caas.gov.sg/caas/en/ANS/unmanned-aircraft.html
Security Check by the Guards at Thomson Three
Please be informed that it is the SOP of our Security Contractor namely M/s A Best Security Management to conduct security checks on the Residents, Visitors and Contractors coming in and out of the estate to safe guard the properties of the estate.
To enable their checks, please assist to produce your Access Card or Facility Pass for the Guards to verify your residency status when requested by the Security Officers.
Please be advised that when there are Visitors / Contractors/ Parcels/ Food Deliveries for your unit, the Security Officers has been instructed to intercom your unit. We appreciate that you could pick up the intercom and answer instead of just pressing the lobby door release button. In event that you do not wish to be intercom for any security screening, please write in to the Management Office at email@example.com.
Removal of Lift Protection
Please be informed all the lift protection materials would be fully removed by the 1st week of July 2017. After the removal of the acrylic lift protection, we shall be putting up lift padding protection to the Fire Man Lift at every block till further notice. Please request the occupants, affiliates and contractors of your unit to use the Fire Man Lift of the block when they are moving bulky items in and out of the unit going forward
Drying of Laundry
We would like to emphasise the following House Rules stated on Page 86 the Resident Handbook: –
10. A subsidiary proprietor or an occupier of a lot shall not, except with the prior written approval of the management corporation, hang any washing, towel, bedding, clothing or other article on any part of the parcel in such a way as to be visible from outside the subdivided building, other than at areas designated for the purpose and there only for a reasonable period.
We wish to highlight that the laundries were observed drying at the balcony areas at a number of units. The hanging of such laundrettes appears to be visible over the balcony glass and it does not give the development a pleasant feel. It is important to note that hanging of any washing, towel, bedding, clothing or other articles over the balcony glass may depreciate the value of your development. To keep the outlook of the estate neat and pleasant for all, we seek the co-operation of all residents to prevent drying the laundry at the balcony area. We seek your assistance to keep all drying of laundrettes at the kitchen/ living room areas.
Issues at the Common Lobbies and Staircases
We would like to emphasize the following House Rules stated on Page 7 the Resident Handbook: –
7. No goods or any other items shall be stored in the common areas.
We would to highlight that the area along your corridor is a common area and it is a requirement by the SCDF that it should be free of obstruction for easy access to escape routes in any emergencies. Stacking and placing of items at the common area is prohibited as it increases the likelihood of fire (Fire Hazards). Some examples of the common areas at Thomson Three are:
1. Along the fire lift corridors and staircases of the Blocks
2. Along the walkway outside the Balconies at Level 1 of the Blocks and the Strata Houses
3. The common area at B1 Parking Lots outside the Strata Houses
For the safety of all residents, we would appreciate if you could clear/ remove any of your belongings from the common area soonest possible. This is also necessary to avoid any fines by SCDF on obstruction at common area.
We observed that there have been several reports of bulky items, refuse and or carton boxes left at the corridor and staircases at the level of the block. The most recent observation was noted at Level 8 of Block 43.
We wish to advise all residents to dispose general wastes inside the bin chute located inside the refuse chamber. Please also tie up the breakable/ recyclable items such as glass bottles, used paper cartons and etc. and place it at the bin centre or recycle bin areas provided outside the B1 Lift Lobbies at every block. There is also 1 recycle bin area opposite House No. 29 at B1 Carpark for the Strata Houses.
For disposal of bulky items such as washing machine, refrigerator, bed and cardboard or any of this kind, the residents have to engage their own disposal contractor to dispose them at their own expense.
We have also observed paint or cement water being poured into the drainage floor trap at the common corridor at level 12 of Blk 45 recently. Please find the following point at Page 65 of the Resident Handbook as follows; –
1. Do not throw rubbish, rags, cooking oil or other refuse into floor traps as they may choke up the sewage pipes and may cause backflows that damage property and/or create inconvenience to you and/or your neighbours. Greasy liquids such as cooking oil will solidify over a period of time and cause blockage. It is advised to remove build-up deposits from soap scum and oil accumulated inside the floor traps periodically with warm water to prevent chokage.
The residents need to ensure that the occupants, affiliates and/or contractors dispose wastes from the renovation works by removing the wastes from the estate for proper disposal.
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