List of Notices / Circulars

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Office Closure on Hari Raya Puasa

Saturday, May 23, 2020

Dear Residents of The Seafront on Meyer,

Please be informed that the Management Office will be closed on 25th May 2020 (Monday) for Hari Raya Puasa. The Management Office will resume operation on the 26th May 2019 (Tuesday)                

 

For Emergency Assistance, kindly contact the Guardhouse at 6570 6331.

 

On behalf of the Management Team, we would like to wish all residents a Joyful Hari Raya!

 

Thank you.

 

Yours sincerely

JLL

Managing Agent

Josh Lee

Property Officer

The Seafront on Meyer

MCST Plan No 3635

RE: NO PLAYING (INCLUDING SCOOTERING) & PUBLIC GATHERING AT COMMON AREA(S)

Thursday, May 21, 2020


Dear Residents,

According to Building and Construction Authority (BCA) F&Qs updated as of 12 May 2020, it clearly stated that started from 7 April are meant to function as a circuit breaker to significantly reduce movements and interactions in public and private places. Hence, no sport or recreational activities (which includes playing) should be carried out within the common areas of the estate (the “Prohibited Activities”).

However, Management has noticed there were a number of residents (particularly young children and their accompanying helpers/guardians) playing and/or otherwise engaged in the aforementioned Prohibited Activities at our common area(s). The Management would like to reiterate and strongly urge all residents to be fully compliant with the Circuit Breaker Measures and refrain from engaging in the Prohibited Activities and to especially ensure that members of their household comply likewise.

In addition, pursuant to BCA’s clarification, please note that kick scooters and other forms of PMDs are not allowed to be used within the private estate as it does not satisfy the requirements of being considered a permitted category of essential exercise in the Control Order.

Please note that Management will not hesitate to (and in certain circumstances - is obligated to) report and provide footage evidence to relevant authority for any non-compliances. For any non-compliances, first-time offenders will be fined $300 and repeat offenders will face higher fines or prosecution in court.

The Management seeks the support and cooperation of all residents to observe and comply with both the letter and the spirit of the Circuit Breaker Measures.

Thank you in advance for your kind attention and cooperation during this especially critical period as we, together as one community, help to win the battle against COVID-19.

Yours sincerely
JLL
Managing Agent

Josh Lee (Mr)
Property Officer
The Seafront on Meyer
MCST Plan No 3635

NO PLAYING, EXERCISING AND DOG WALKING WITHIN CONDOMINIUMS’ COMMON AREAS

Tuesday, April 28, 2020

Dear Resident,

In view of elevated circuit breaker measures announced by the Building & Construction Authority (BCA) on 28 April 2020, exercising and walking your dogs is no longer permitted within the common areas of condominium as part of enhanced measures to help curb the spread of COVID-19.

Residents may exercise or walk their dogs in public areas outside the condominium that are freely accessible. Residents are advised to stay home as much as possible, except going out for essential activities and exercise.

Notwithstanding, no sports or recreational activities (which includes playing) should be carried out within the common areas of estate.

Management is appealing to all residents to support and observe the measures seriously and in the full spirit of the measures. Residents may report non-compliances to Management for appropriate actions to be taken. Please note that Management may also be required to make the relevant reports to the authorities.

Thank you for your kind attention and cooperation during this especially critical period.

 

Yours sincerely

JLL

Managing Agent

Josh Lee (Mr)

Property Officer

The Seafront on Meyer

MCST Plan No 3635

MANDATORY TO WEAR MASKS WHILE AT COMMON AREAS 

Wednesday, April 22, 2020

Dear Residents,

In view of Singapore’s Multi-Ministry Taskforce for implemented elevated measures (the “Circuit Breaker Measures”) including the latest round of updated measures.

All condominium residents are required to wear masks while at common areas during the circuit breaker period. For any non-compliances, first-time offenders could be fined $300 and repeat offenders could face higher fines and be prosecuted in court for egregious cases.

The only exceptions to the new rule are people engaged in strenuous exercise such as running, as well as children under the age of two. Even those engaged in exercise are not completely exempted and must put on a mask after done exercising. Notwithstanding this mandatory mask requirement, social distancing measures are still in effect and should continue to be observed.

We would also wish to remind all residents to refrain from using common facilities like the pool as this is also an offense under the Circuit Breaker measures.

Management is appealing to all residents to support and observe the measures seriously and in the full spirit of the measures. Residents may report non-compliances to Management for appropriate actions to be taken. Please note that Management may also be required to make the relevant reports to the authorities.

Thank you for your kind attention and cooperation during this especially critical period.

BE RESPONSIBLE, WEAR A MASK

Thursday, April 16, 2020

Dear Residents,

As par of our continuing efforts to keep our residents and community safe during the Circuit Breaker Measures, all residents are strongly encouraged to wear masks within our estate, especially while at the common areas. Please also continue to practice safe social distancing when interacting with each other. Wearing a mask protects you, your loved ones and our community from Covid-19.

Management is appealing to all residents to work together with us to combat this virus while we will do our best to keep all residents safe and healthy.

Thank you for your kind attention and cooperation during this especially critical period.

 

INCREASE FREQUENCY OF DISINFECTION ON BLOCK 55, 57 AND 59 FREQUENLY TOUCHED SURFACES

Thursday, April 9, 2020

Dear Residents,

 

In view of the Covid-19 pandemic, Management has decided to increase the frequency of disinfection on block 55, 57 and 59 common area frequently touched surfaces to 5 times daily.

 

Disinfection exercise will be applied on frequently touched surfaces such as common area door handles, elevator buttons & handles, intercom devices buttons and lobby couches.

 

*Sanitiser used on disinfection operation: Double Safe (404) – Skin friendly formula (pH7), Non-toxic and safe to use (Corn-derived ethanol)

 

 

Yours sincerely

JLL

Managing Agent   

Josh Lee (Mr)

Property Officer

The Seafront on Meyer

MCST Plan No 3635

SHUTDOWN OF ALL COMMON FACILITIES FROM 7th APRIL 2020 UNTIL FURTHER NOTICES OR UNTIL CIRCUIT BREAKER MEASURES ARE LIFTED

Monday, April 6, 2020

Dear Residents,

In view of the latest measures (“the Circuit Breaker Measures”) announced by the Singapore Government on 4th April 2020, we are required to CLOSE ALL COMMON FACILITIES as directed by the Building & Construction Authority (BCA) and other relevant authorities as per attached.

Kindly be informed that Seafront facilities shutdown will take effect from 7th April 2020 (Tuesday) until further notice or until the Circuit Breaker Measures are lifted. All existing bookings in the period will be cancelled and residents can approach management office for refunds.

Please be advised that non-compliance with the enhanced safe distancing measures is an offence under the Infectious Diseases Act ("IDA"). Penalties for non-compliance include a fine of up to S$10,000 or imprisonment of up to six month or both. Existing powers under the IDA also include the temporary suspension of operations, which may be used against persons and operators who do not comply with the Regulations.

We are taking additional measures to ensure the safety of our resident. Accordingly, the main entrance pedestrian gate shall be closed to regulate the entry of non-residents to the Seafront On Meyer. All Residents should carry their access card to access the main and side gates and to allow for easier verification by the Seafront On Meyer security guards. We also seek your cooperation to ensure that all visitors to Seafront are registered at the Guardhouse upon entry to Seafront.

Thank you for your kind attention and cooperation during this especially critical period.

 

Yours sincerely

JLL

Managing Agent

Josh Lee (Mr)

Property Officer

The Seafront on Meyer

MCST Plan No 3635

IMPLEMENTATION OF SAFE DISTANCING MEASURES ON FACILITIES USAGE

Saturday, April 4, 2020

Dear Residents,

In view of the 3rd April 2020 measures (“the Circuit Breaker Measures”) announced by the Singapore Government, we are required to implement additional safe distancing measures as directed by the Building & Construction Authority (BCA) and other relevant authorities.

Accordingly, the MCST has determined a maximum limit to the number of residents per respective facility that will comply with the Circuit Breaker Measures. These measures (“the Seafront COVID-19 Measures”) are more particularly provided below.

The Seafront COVID-19 Measures will take effect from 7th April 2020 (Tuesday) until further notice or until the Circuit Breaker Measures are lifted as per attached.

 

WE REQUEST RESIDENTS TO COMPLY WITH THE SEAFRONT COVID-19 MEASURES OR THE MA WILL HAVE NO CHOICE BUT TO CLOSE ALL FACILITIES IN ORDER TO COMPLY WITH THE CIRCUIT BREAKER MEASURES.

 

Additionally, during this period, in conjunction with the Circuit Breaker Measures and other regulations put out by MOM, MOH, and SportSG, the following rules must be strictly observed:

  1. Facilities identified with an asterisk (“*”) indicate that there will be a time limit (of 30 minutes) allotted to each resident in order to ensure equal and fair access to all Residents.
  2. Only Residents of the Seafront On Meyer shall be allowed to use the common facilities (i.e. no guests are allowed to use the facilities even if invited by a Resident. Guests of Residents are only allowed to visit the respective Resident’s unit.
  3. The main entrance pedestrian gate shall be closed to regulate the entry of non-residents to the Seafront On Meyer.
  4. All Residents should carry their access card to open up side doors and to allow for easier verification by the Seafront On Meyer security guards.
  5. All coaching activity during this period (even for 1 to 1 lessons) shall be suspended (this is also being enforced by SportSG on all coaches in Singapore) and coaches will not be allowed to conduct lessons within the Seafront On Meyer.

 

Thank you for your kind attention and cooperation during this especially critical period.

 

Yours sincerely

JLL

Managing Agent

Josh Lee (Mr)

Property Officer

The Seafront on Meyer

MCST Plan No 3635

COMMON PROPERTY DAMAGED DUE TO SCOOTER ABUSED

Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Dear Residents,

Management has received feedback from residents who witnessed a group of teenagers riding on their scooters and performing stunts on the new timber decking at block 59, which caused serious damage to that timber deck as per photo attached showed. 

We would like to remind all residents, especially parents, to advise their children not to perform any acts that may cause common injury, damage to property, danger and/or annoyance to the other residents and people within our community

Costs and compensation for damages and injuries related to such acts shall be recovered from the residents or the parents of the residents responsible.

A similar practice of cost recovery is in place and will be observed for property damage occurring elsewhere within the development

Thank you for your kind attention and cooperation.

 

Yours sincerely

       JLL

Managing Agent

Josh Lee (Mr)

Property Officer

CLARIFICATION REGARDING FALSEHOODS THAT COVID-19 CASE DETECTED AT OUR ESTATE.

Friday, March 27, 2020

Dear Residents,

Management is aware of a rumour circulating that Covid-19 case detected at our estate.

We wish to clarify that this is NOT TRUE. As up-to-date, Management has not receive any information from Minister Of Health (MOH) state that covid19 case found at our estate.

We advise all residents to not speculate and/or spread unfounded rumours.

Thank you for your cooperation.

 

Yours sincerely

       JLL

Managing Agent

 

Josh Lee (Mr)

Property Officer

The Seafront on Meyer

MCST Plan No 3635

Covid-19 Measures which apply to Inbound Travellers

Friday, March 20, 2020

Dear Residents,

In view of the heightened risk of importation of COVID-19 cases into Singapore, the Multi-Ministry Taskforce will implement additional measures for all travellers entering Singapore.

1. Singaporeans advised to defer all travel abroad

In view of the heightened risk of further importation of COVID-19 to Singapore, Singaporeans are advised to defer all travel abroad with immediate effect.The expansion of the travel advisory is to reduce the risk of Singaporeans being infected with the virus when abroad, and spreading it to other Singaporeans when they return.

2. 14-day Stay-Home Notice (SHN) for all Travellers (updated as at 18 Mar 2020) - Are Summarized in the Annex Attached

From 20 March 2020, 2359 hours, all Singaporeans, Permanent Residents, Long Term Pass holders and short term visitors entering Singapore will be issued a 14-day Stay-Home Notice (SHN)[1]. They will have to provide proof of the place where they will serve the 14-day SHN, for example a hotel booking covering the entire period, or a place of residence they or their family members own.  This is to further reduce the risk of further importation leading to community spread in Singapore.

3. COVID-19 swab test at checkpoint (updated as at 13 Mar 2020)

From 13 Mar 2020, travellers entering Singapore and exhibiting fever and/or other symptoms of respiratory illness are required to undergo a COVID-19 swab test at the checkpoint, regardless of travel history. With immediate effect, all such travellers will also be issued a 14-day SHN[2], which they will have to serve in full even if the result of the swab test is negative. Those who meet the clinical suspect case definition will be conveyed to the hospital for follow-up.

Short-term visitors who are identified for testing but refuse to do so will not be allowed entry into Singapore. Singapore Permanent Residents and long-term pass holders who refuse testing may have their immigration facilities and work pass privileges revoked or the validity shortened. All travellers, including Singapore Citizens, who do not comply with the testing or who cannot be contacted subsequently may face penalties and can be prosecuted under the Infectious Diseases Act.

4. Border Restrictions (updated as at 15 Mar 2020) 

Short-term visitors with travel history in the last 14 days to the following countries / regions are not allowed entry into Singapore; or transit through Singapore: 
- France, Germany, Italy, Spain (with effect from 15 Mar 2020, 2359h)
- Iran, northern Italy, Republic of Korea (with effect from 4 Mar 2020, 2359h)
- Daegu city or Cheongdo county, Republic of Korea (with effect from 26 Feb 2020, 2359h) 
- Mainland China (with effect from 1 Feb 2020) 

 

Thank you.

Regards,

Josh Lee

Property Officer

The Seafront on Meyer