No. S 196
Building Maintenance and Strata Management Act 2004
Building Maintenance and Strata Management (Strata Units) Regulations 2005
In exercise of the powers conferred by section 136 of the Building Maintenance and Strata Management Act 2004, the Minister for National Development hereby makes the following Regulations:
1. These Regulations may be cited as the Building Maintenance and Strata Management (Strata Units) Regulations 2005 and shall come into operation on 1st April 2005.
—(1) In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires —
“amended schedule” means an amended schedule of strata units;
“lot” includes a proposed lot;
“mixed-use development” means a development that consists or is to consist of 2 or more different classes of use;
“schedule” means a schedule of strata units within the meaning of section 11(1) of the Act.
(2) For the purposes of these Regulations, the different classes of use are as follows:
commercial use other than as an office, but including use as a shop, a restaurant or food establishment, a cinema, a theatre, a nightclub or other entertainment or amusement centre, a child care centre, a clinic, a commercial school, a library or other community facility or a sports or recreation facility;
hotel use, including use as serviced apartments or as a hostel, a nursing home, a dormitory or a boarding house;
industrial use, including use as a warehouse or a showroom.
—(1) Every schedule and amended schedule shall be filed with the Commissioner together with the relevant filing fee specified in the Schedule.
(2) Every schedule and amended schedule relating to any development shall —
contain the following information:
the strata lot and unit number of each lot comprised within the development, the approximate floor area of each such lot and the class of use to which the lot is put or to be put;
opposite each unit lot number, in whole numbers, the proposed share value of that lot; and
the total number of all lots comprised within the development, and the proposed aggregate share value as the numerical total of the proposed share values of all those lots; and
be in such form as the Commissioner may approve.
(3) Every schedule and amended schedule relating to any development shall be accompanied by the following documents when filed:
a copy of the building plans, certified by the owner developer’s architect, or a copy of the survey plans, certified by the owner developer’s land surveyor, for the whole development, showing by continuous firm black lines —
the boundaries of each lot comprised within the development, with its unit number; and
the boundaries of the common property comprised within the development;
the floor area summary calculation relating to the development that was submitted to the competent authority for the purposes of plot ratio calculation;
a copy of the planning permission from the competent authority in respect of the development and subdivision of the development, or a copy of the approval from the Commissioner of Building Control of the building plans for the development;
a copy of any letter from the Street and Building Names Board constituted under the Property Tax Act (Cap. 254) determining the name by which any building in the development or the development shall be known;
a copy of the letter from the Comptroller of Property Tax allotting under the Property Tax Act the number to the development and each lot comprised therein;
a computation of weight factors, where applicable, in such form as the Commissioner may require; and
such other documents as the Commissioner may in any particular case require.
—(1) In the case of any development that comprises or is to comprise any limited common property, every schedule and amended schedule relating to that development shall be accompanied by the following additional information and documents:
subject to paragraph (2), a description of all limited common property comprised or to be comprised in the development;
a copy of the building plans, certified by the owner developer’s architect, or a copy of the survey plans, certified by the owner developer’s land surveyor, for the whole development, showing the following:
the boundaries of the common property and any limited common property comprised within the development; and
all mechanical and electrical services intended for use with that limited common property; and
a list of all the lots for whose exclusive benefit the limited common property is to be designated in the strata title plan for that development.
(2) A schedule or an amended schedule relating to a development that comprises or is to comprise limited common property need not describe the limited common property if the schedule or amended schedule contains information prescribing a way of identifying the limited common property.
[ND 311/13-301 Vol. 7; AG/LEG/SL/30C/2004/8 Vol. 1]