Spring Waters Villas
Spring Waters Villas is a L999yrs landed housing development located at the matured estate of Sembawang on Jalan Mata Ayer.
In the immediate vicinity, you’ll enjoy abundance of facilities like neighbourhood shopping at the soon to be rejuvenated Chong Pang City. Further away, you have NorthPoint City, Sembawang Shopping Centre and Junction 9, Giant Hyper-mart & NTUC Fairprice.
You will never be shortage of eateries in Spring Waters Villas as there are really plenty of food and beverage outlets just within a short stroll from your doorsteps.
Spring Waters Villas Project Description:
Proposed erection of 6 units of 3-storey envelope control semi-detached dwelling houses with attic and swimming pool on lots 99350V & 99351P MK13 at 27 Jalan Mata Ayer Singapore 759109 / 29 Jalan Mata Ayer Singapore 759111 (Mandai Planning Area) BP Number: A1666-00034-2021-BP01. Developer Licence Number: C1422. Expected TOP: 31 Dec 2026. Legal Completion: 31 Dec 2028.
Spring Waters Villas Location Map
Shopping Malls around Spring Waters Villas
The largest mall in northern singapore
A gathering point for the community – first community club in a shopping mall
Convenience and connectivity
Sembawang Shopping Centre is a four-storey commercial development located along Sembawang Road in Sembawang Spring Estate of Sembawang, Singapore. It was first opened in 1986 and underwent a refurbishment in 2007 and reopened in late 2008. In April 2018, the Centre was sold to Lian Beng-Apricot Sembawang.
The mall provides a free shuttle bus service which plies between SSC and near the Yishun and Sembawang MRT stations as well as between SSC and residential estate at Woodlands Avenue Six and Seven. On weekdays, SSC also operates a free lunch-time shuttle bus to the nearby industrial estate.
With its positioning as a one-stop family-oriented necessity shopping destination, SSC brings to its shoppers a good mix of food and beverage (F&B) tenants, established retailers and a hypermarket, which appeals to the residents from the surrounding estates, uniformed personnel from nearby military camps, as well as workers from the neighbouring industrial parks. The mall also holds a strong cluster of enrichment and educational tenants. This offers a wide variety of developmental classes for children and students, strengthening its focus as a family-oriented mall.
Junction Nine is a Neighborhood Shopping Mall located strategically at the junction of Yishun Ave 9 and Yishun Ring Road. A proximity of 700m walking distance to Yishun Town Centre and Yishun MRT Station.
Comprise of 2 Levels, Junction Nine houses 146 Commercial Units that offer families and shoppers an excellent array of retail stores for your daily needs, cuisines that stimulate your 5 basic tastes. Junction Nine also includes perennial retail stores like Sheng Siong Supermarket, Prima Deli, Singapore Pool, and Anytime Fitness.
It also features a Nine Residences condominium. Consists of 2 blocks of residential apartments, each at 11 stories high and 6 townhouses. It’s the First Integrated Mixed Development in Yishun (Residential with Shopping Mall).
Yishun residents can look forward to a new integrated development at Chong Pang City that will have swimming pools, a gym and fitness studios, as well as an upgraded hawker centre and community club.
The construction of the 0.9ha development is slated to be completed in 2027.
The multi-storey development, which will be tentatively named Chill @ Chong Pang, will be located at the site of Chong Pang Community Club in Yishun Ring Road and Block 102 Yishun Avenue 5, a commercial Housing Board block. It will also have space for commercial shops.
Hawkers and stallholders from the existing Chong Pang Market and Food Centre, which was built in 1984 and upgraded in 2003, will be able to relocate to the new integrated development when it is ready, said the Singapore Land Authority (SLA), the People’s Association, National Environment Agency and Sport Singapore in a joint media release on Tuesday (Sept 8).
The existing hawker centre, when vacated, will be redeveloped into a community plaza by 2028. There are currently a total of 179 stalls in the market and hawker centre, comprising 56 cooked food stalls and 123 market stalls.
Construction for the new integrated development is expected to commence in the second half of 2022.
Speaking at a virtual media conference on Tuesday, Home Affairs and Law Minister K. Shanmugam, who is an MP for Nee Soon GRC, said the new development will be a more efficient use of land space that can cater to the needs of residents in Yishun and the northern region. It is also an opportunity to rejuvenate Chong Pang Community Club, which was built in 1988.
The authorities said that they will roll out more interesting programmes for residents at the development. For instance, there are plans to introduce joint-agency programmes to promote active lifestyles and enhance interaction among residents.
Mr Shanmugam said that all existing hawkers at Chong Pang Market will be offered replacement stalls. Those currently receiving subsidies on rental will continue to receive subsidies at the upgraded hawker centre, while others paying market rate will continue to do so.
Hawkers will also not be affected by the renovation and construction works, and will be able to operate as usual at the current hawker centre until the integrated development is ready, he added.
However, shop owners and tenants at Block 102, a four-storey HDB block, will be affected, as the block has to be acquired by the SLA for the new development. It comprises 17 shops that had been sold to store holders on the first floor, and 51 shops rented out by the HDB.
The block has no residential units so no HDB flat residents will be affected.
The SLA said it will work closely with the affected shop owners and tenants, and assist them through the acquisition process. The agency had on Tuesday gazetted the acquisition of the affected land.
In response to queries, an SLA spokesman said the owners of the 17 shops on the first floor will be paid market value for the acquired property as at the date of the acquisition. In addition to the market value of the acquired shop, they will also be compensated for ” reasonable expense” such as relocation fees and stamp and legal fees for the replacement property, if applicable.
A professional private valuer will also be appointed to assist in determining the market value of the acquired shop. “We will take into consideration the claims, if any, submitted by the affected shop owner,” said the SLA.
source: The Straits Times
site: Chong Pang City