THOMSON VIEW CONDO

Address: 1 - 17E BRIGHT HILL DRIVE
Type: Condo
Tenure: 99-year Leasehold
District: 20
No. of Units: 206
Estimated TOP: 1987
Developer: TAT LEE THOMSON DEVELOPMENT PTE LTD

Thomson View Condominium is a development over 15 years old, but still preserving its charm with its lush greenery and large compound great for children to play.

It is conveniently located opposite the Thomson Plaza where one can find restaurants, cafes, supermarket, and a host of other amenities and shops.

It is also within walking distance to the Thomson Post Office, banks, hawker fares and well-served by many public buses to almost any places.

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FACILITIES AT THOMSON VIEW CONDO

  • SWIMMING POOL
  • GYM
  • SAUNA
  • TENNIS
  • SQUASH
  • FITNESS TRACK
  • PLAYGROUND
  • MINI-MART
  • BBQ
  • CLUBHOUSE
  • 24-HOUR SECURITY
  • COVERED CARPARK

NEAREST MRT STATIONS

MARYMOUNT MRT STATION
Distance: 1.2 km

BISHAN MRT STATION
Distance: 1.94 km

CALDECOTT MRT STATION
Distance: 2.26 km

NEAREST INTERNATINAL SCHOOLS

AUSTRALIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
Distance: 3.25 km

GLOBAL INDIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
Distance: 3.88 km

CHINESE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
Distance: 3.96 km

NEAREST PRIMARY SCHOOLS

AI TONG SCHOOL
Distance: 0.49 km

CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL
Distance: 1.5 km

GUANGYANG PRIMARY SCHOOL
Distance: 1.66 km

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Aircon Usage - Utility Bills - Best Practices

ElBuitre:
Dear All,

I just moved to Singapore a few weeks ago and I moved to my own place last week.
It is a 2011 Condo - The unit is approximately 1000sq ft and it has 4 A/C boxes: One in the master bedroom, one in the small bedroom/studio, two in the living room.

Hot water is only available in the two toilets and only if I switched the heater on.
As far as the kitchen is concern, it works with gas tanks, so no electricity involved.

I live alone, I cook generally 4-5 times a week, and I am out from the flat from Monday to Friday - 8AM 7PM approximately.

From next week, SP Services will change the contract under my name, so I will be starting paying for the utilities myself, and on this point I always heard very contrasting opinions!

The way I use the aircon is: In the living room when I am there, just one box.
25C, Minimum Speed.
In all the other room is off.

Then I shut it down, I go in the bedroom and I turn the box on with the same settings.
It never goes below 25 and rarely with more than the minimum speed (1/5).
No other boxes are ever used.

Lights is usually off in every room apart the one where I am staying, TV and laptops are on.

I do approximately 2 laundries a week, no dryer is being used.

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People have been telling me any amount from 100 to 350, do you have any idea of the ballpark I will fall in to?

Thanks! :)

Re: LTVP for both my Mother and My Mother in Law

BBCWatcher:

ICA allows STVPs with in this situation. A LTVP is at least tougher to get for this purpose, especially if you're trying to obtain two LTVPs for two different parents.


Assuming a STVP does not provide the length of stay permission you and your wife would like (up to 30 days generally), your wife would be the sponsor for her mother's LTVP. ICA provides .

Re: Home Furniture

ElBuitre:
I used FortyTwo to buy a temporary Queen Size bed plus mattress and the quality looks "decent" for the price. I know that it really depends up on the model of the product chosen tho.

If you need something cheap, IKEA is an option, and quality for money is good.
FortyTwo might be an even cheaper one, but it might be a bit of a gamble.

Moreover, being European, I found their mattresses quite "short".
Despite being not really tall (178/5'10), I have 4-5cm of my feet slipping outside.

But the bed was cheap, the mattress is decent and they delivered and set it up in a reasonable time and for free.

It depends what you are looking for, I would say.

Re: Shopping for baby furniture...

steph_chang:
HipVan has nicely designed pieces for awesome prices! http://www.hipvan.com/

They also deliver straight to your door :)

Re: Home Furniture

steph_chang:
Check out HipVan http://www.hipvan.com/ !!

I've shopped from them before, and they have nicely designed pieces for very reasonable prices :)

Re: PR Application - Chances/Odds

cerberus:

And those who followed ICA's instructions will have "those 15 months."

You have the option to disregard ICA's instructions (plural). What's the "damn good reason" why you should?

Understand that waiting longer will definitely increase my chance but just want to try my luck after reading their FAQs:

Q: Can I apply for SPR immediately after working here?
A: You can submit an application for consideration as long as you have been issued with a P, Q or S Work Pass.

I mean if they really think I can't follow simple instructions just because I submitted before 6 months then I think they are giving out wrong information on their website. Anyways I'll try to make an appointment maybe 3-4 months later (it's really hard with the full appointments from now till December).

Re: UK vote to leave the EU ['BREXIT'] - 23rd June

PNGMK:
I found this comment interesting:
From the guardians comments section....
I largely agree with that analysis. The dog has caught the car, basically.
Lovely simile/analogy/metaphor.

Re: UK vote to leave the EU ['BREXIT'] - 23rd June

BBCWatcher:
I found this comment interesting:
From the guardians comments section....
I largely agree with that analysis. The dog has caught the car, basically.

Re: UK vote to leave the EU ['BREXIT'] - 23rd June

BBCWatcher:

That's absolutely correct under current law. The Scottish, Welsh, and Northern Ireland parliaments need to sign off on an EU exit. Scotland in particular is a problem since party in Scotland sided with "Remain," and so did the voters. Northern Ireland is then a problem if Scotland is a problem, and Northern Ireland also happens to be the only part of the United Kingdom that shares a land border with the rest of the EU (another big problem).

Westminster is still supreme, so it could "simply" change the devolution law. Of course that would push even harder on Scotland to leave the Kingdom.

Re: Moving to Singapore, will need furniture

steph_chang:
I have shopped at HipVan a couple of times, and I think it's worth checking out for you.
You can get nicely designed furniture for really good prices. I've read some negative reviews about their delivery services, but I have had no issues myself. Hope this helps!

http://www.hipvan.com/

Re: International Health Insurance - Disadvantage Benefits Change

BBCWatcher:
Yes, they can, unless some law says otherwise. It's unlikely Singapore law bars this policy change, but it might if, for example, you can determine that the insurance company is still offering the old policy terms to those who sign up for new policies.

I'm also assuming the insurance company is in Singapore. If you're doing business with an insurance company outside Singapore, you probably have no recourse in Singapore.

Shipping from Singapore to Melbourne

onefruitsalad:
Hi,

I am relocating from Singapore to Melbourne and plan to ship out my belongings. I have narrowed down the movers to Interswift and Asian Tigers, however I am wanting to see if there is anyone here with recent feedback on either companies that they can share with me. I have searched through the forums and all feedback seems to be quite old.

Price wise between the two companies are comparative, the only main difference is Interswift is advising they can get groupage shipment together in 4 to 6 weeks, with 1 or 2 container shipments going to Melbourne each month. Asian Tigers currently do not have any groupage shipment on plan and the wait can be around 10 weeks or more. The shorter groupage period is swaying me towards Interswift, however service wise i seem to like Asian Tigers better.

My concern is that Interswift is over promising to get my business and i end up having to wait longer. Appreciate if anyone has feedback to share with me on either of these two companies.

Also if there is anyone wanting to share a shipment to Melbourne leaving in end July/Aug, I am open to consider sharing a container to reduce shipping costs.

Thanks in advance.

Help needed for a survey on Australian travelling habits.

daniavier:
Hi all,

Was wondering if any of you would be nice enough to help with doing a survey on Australian travelling habits? Just wanted to gather a general idea of how Australians travel. Survey of the link below -



Thank you in advance for your help!

Cheers,
Dani

WALES BELGIUM - WHERE TO WATCH ?

martincymru:
3am Sat 2nd July.

I live in Katong.

Anyone care to invite me if they are watching at home ?

Re: Let's have a party!

atsy1995:
Hi,

can i join ?