View Flat Supply and Applications Received for the Build-To-Order Exercise

Find out the number of applications received in the Build-To-Order Exercise


Number of Applications Received for 2-room Flexi flats as at 17 Feb 2020
Project No of Units Number of
Applicants
Application Rate^
Elderly Non-Elderly Overall
First Timers Second Timers Singles
Non-Mature Town /Estate
Sembawang (Canberra Vista) 692 2232 3.5 0.4 0.7 5.5 3.2
Mature Town /Estate
Toa Payoh (Kim Keat Ripples / Toa Payoh Ridge) 315 1321 4.2 NA NA NA 4.2
TOTAL 1007 3553 3.9 0.4 0.7 5.5 3.5

Notes

  1. The Number of Applications Received is as at midnight on 17 Feb 2020. Allocation of flats is subject to prevailing eligibility conditions, availability of flats and Ethnic Integration Policy.

  2. Application Rates:

    Non-mature Estates
    2-room Flexi flat: Elderly application rate refers to the number of Elderly applications divided by 40% of the flat supply (subject to a minimum of 100 units per project). First-timer application rate refers to the number of first-timer applications divided by 20% of the non-elderly flat supply. Second-timer application rate refers to the number of second-timer applications divided by 30% of the non-elderly flat supply while first-timer Singles application rate refers to the number of Singles applications received divided by 50% of the non-elderly flat supply.

    (However, some flats are also set aside for quota-based priority schemes, where HDB does not differentiate between first-timers and second-timers. If there are fewer first-timers than the number of flats set aside for them, the excess flats will be allocated to second-timers. The selection queue positions of all shortlisted applicants are randomly balloted.)

    Mature Estates
    The 2-room Flexi flats at Kim Keat Ripples / Toa Payoh Ridge are only available for Elderly applicants.


Number of Applications Received for 3-room and bigger flats as at 17 Feb 2020
Project Flat Type No of Units Number of
Applicants
Application Rate^
Non-Elderly
First Timers Second Timers Overall
Non-Mature Town/ Estate
Sembawang (Canberra Vista) 3-room 124 847 3.7 14.1 6.8
4-room 385 3048 6.8 14.4 7.9
5-room/ 3GEN 266more info icon 3738 10.6 33.9 14.1
Mature Town/ Estate
Toa Payoh (Toa Payoh Ridge) 3-room 102 935 4.3 103.8 9.2
Toa Payoh (Kim Keat Ripples / Toa Payoh Ridge) 4-room 1211 11684 7.6 48.7 9.6
TOTAL 2088 20252 7.5 30.8 9.7

Notes

  1. The Number of Applications Received is as at midnight on 17 Feb 2020. Allocation of flats is subject to prevailing eligibility conditions, availability of flats and Ethnic Integration Policy.

  2. Application Rates:

    Non-mature Estates
    3-room: First-timer application rate refers to the number of first-timer applications divided by 70% of the flat supply, while second-timer application rate refers to the number of second-timer applications received divided by 30% of the flat supply.

    4-/ 5-room/ 3Gen: First-timer application rate refers to the number of first-timer applications divided by 85% of the flat supply, while second-timer application rate refers to the number of second-timer applications divided by 15% of the flat supply.

    *BTO Projects with shorter waiting time (where applicable)
    4-/ 5-room/ 3Gen: First-timer application rate refers to the number of first-timer applications divided by 95% of the flat supply, while second-timer application rate refers to the number of second-timer applications divided by 5% of the flat supply.
    If there is a mix of BTO projects with normal and shorter waiting time in the same town/estate, the application rates will be computed based on the weighted average allocation quota of all the projects.

    Mature Estates
    3- to 5-room: First-timer application rate refers to the number of first-timer applications divided by 95% of the flat supply, while second-timer application rate refers to the number of second-timer applications divided by 5% of the flat supply.

    (However, for both non-mature and mature estates, some flats are also set aside for quota-based priority schemes, where HDB does not differentiate between first-timers and second-timers. If there are fewer first-timers than the number of flats set aside for them, the excess flats will be allocated to second-timers. The selection queue positions of all shortlisted applicants are randomly balloted.)