The maximum number of guests per apartment units who may use the BBQ pit shall not exceed 15 persons during each session and residents shall ensure that their guests observe the house rules contained herein.
Bookings for the BBQ pits shall be made via e-portal on a first come first served basis up to 60 days in advance upon payment of deposit.
Subject to residents’ demand, the Management reserves the right to allow only one booking per apartment unit within every two weeks.
When booking the BBQ pit, resident shall deposit a sum of S$150.00 per pit with the Management. Crossed cheque is preferred. The deposit shall be refunded, free o interest after the event if the BBQ pit and its surrounding area used are handed over in a clean and satisfactory condition as determined by the Management and without damage to any part of it including proper disposal of all rubbish. Should the Management incur any costs for repair or additional charges, such costs will be deducted from the deposit and the balance refunded free of interest. However, if such costs and additional charges exceed the amount deposited, the residents will have to pay the difference. When claiming the refund, the receipt issued at the time of the booking must be returned to the Management.
In additional to the refundable deposit stated above, residents shall also pay a non-refundable charge of $15.00 (exclusive of GST) per pit for the use of cylinder gas supplied by the Management when booking the BBQ pit. The charge for use of the cylinder gas is subject to revision without prior notification to residents.
Cancellation of bookings must be made at least seven (7) days before the date booked and should be made personally to the Management. Failure to cancel the booking in time would result in forfeiture of the deposit.
Light refuse such as litter, food waste and disposable cups / plates/ cutleries, etc. must be contained in plastic bags properly tied and disposed of in the refuse containers provided. Bulky refuse like crates, boxes of materials and articles, etc. must be disposed of at the user’s own arrangement. Any loose furniture and utensils brought by the user must be removed from the site after use. Should the Management incur any costs in cleaning or repairing damages caused by misuse, the residents will be charged accordingly.
Washing of utensils shall only be done in the resident’s apartment. Taps and wash basins in the changing rooms are not be used for this purpose.
Residents using the BBQ pit must restrict their activities to the area. Consumption of food and drinks by the pool is not allowed. Residents and their guests are not permitted to use the pool facilities at the same time.
Simple decorations (such as hanging of balloons, banners, ribbons, etc) are allowed but due care must be exercised to prevent damage to the furniture and fittings. All decorations must be removed immediately after the session.
The Management shall not be responsible for any mishaps, injuries or loss of life or property sustained by the residents or their guests when using the BBQ Corners and its facilities.
Bookings are not transferable.
No rowdy behaviour is allowed and noise level should be kept to a minimum.
Live bands or mobile discos are not permitted.
Permission must be obtained from the Management prior to hiring of additional tables and chairs to be used at the BBQ Corners and its facilities.
These rules and regulations are subject to revision at the discretion of the Management as and when necessary.
Additional chairs is / are optional to be rented upon prior request made to the Management Office for Function Room and / or BBQ pit booking at S$0.50 (including GST) per chair per session with effect from 1 October 2017.
Residents who book the BBQ pit via e-portal is required to make deposit / payment within 7 days of booking.