HDB to conduct roadshows for BTO projects


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The Housing and Development Board (HDB) will here and now take hold broadcasts for entirely new Build-To-Order (BTO) flat owners, succeeding a year-long pilot, stated Today Online in their report.

Named MyNiceHome Roadshow, the creativity, which was presented last September, meant to support homeowners learn more about their new estate at the same time giving them an opportunity to encounter future neighbors as well as learn renovation tips and guidance on home care before moving into their beloved new homes.

So far, HDB has organized 24 roadshows, with the newest being held on August 27 (Sunday) for the homeowners of West Crest @ Bukit Batok.

For the first moment, the roadshow counted in a Heartland Familiarization Bus Tour, wherein homeowners acquire information where the important facilities are in their estate.

Launched for sale in May of year 2014, the remarkable West Crest @ Bukit Batok comprises 495 residential units stretch across 3 blocks. When finished by end the of 2017, homeowners can look ahead to several amenities like an education center and a cafeteria in a commercial block, which is a portion of the development as well.

Particularly, 10 more roadshows are decided to be showed this year. They are normally held about 3 to 6 months preceding to the accomplishment of a BTO development and are co-planned by the People’s Association together with its grassroots organizations.

HDB exposed that homeowners who joined the roadshows found the session beneficial. As a matter of fact, 7 out of 10 have learned new renovation advice and home design, whereas 8 out of 10 said that the roadshows gave them a healthier model of the amenities and transport network within their estate.

“In general, the roadshows have helped to enlighten home owners with their cherished new homes and their neighborhood, at the same time building up neighborly bonds from the beginning,” added the HDB.