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

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Number of Applications Received for 2-room Flexi flats as at 24 May 2017
Project No of Units Number of
Applicants
Application Rate*
Elderly Non-Elderly Overall
First Timers Second Timers Singles
Non-Mature Towns /Estates
Woodlands
Marsiling Grove
493 806 0.8 0.1 0.4 3.7 1.6
Yishun
Forest Spring @ Yishun
320 739 0.9 0.2 0.4 5.8 2.3
Mature Towns/ Estates
Bidadari
Woodleigh Hillside
158 121 1.1 0.0 5.0 NA 0.8
Geylang
Dakota Breeze/ Pine Vista
302 253 1.1 0.1 4.8 NA 0.8
TOTAL 1273 1919 1.0 0.1 0.6 4.5 1.5

Notes

  1. The Number of Applications Received is as at midnight on 24 May 2017. 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. 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.

    Mature Estates
    2-room Flexi flat: Elderly application rate refers to the number of Elderly applications divided by 40% of the flat supply. First-timer application rate refers to the number of first-timer applications divided by 95% of the non-elderly flat supply, while second-timer application rate refers to the number of second-timer applications divided by 5% of the non-elderly 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.)


Number of Applications Received for 3-room and bigger flats as at 24 May 2017
Project FlatType No of Units Number of
Applicants
Application Rate*
Non-Elderly
First Timers Second Timers Overall
Non-Mature Town/Estate
Woodlands
Marsiling Grove/ Woodlands Spring
3-room 159 300 1.5 2.9 1.9
4-room 521 935 1.8 1.7 1.8
Woodlands
Marsiling Grove
5-room/ 3Gen 245more info icon 410 1.4 3.1 1.7
Yishun
Forest Spring @ Yishun
3-room 85 126 0.9 2.8 1.5
4-room 251 283 1.1 1.6 1.1
5-room 100 148 1.2 3.2 1.5
Mature Towns/Estates
Bidadari
Woodleigh Hillside
3-room 143 170 0.6 13.0 1.2
4-room 680 2092 2.7 10.6 3.1
5-room/ 3Gen 374more info icon 1941 3.5 38.6 5.2
Geylang
Dakota Breeze/ Pine Vista
3-room 300 425 0.9 11.5 1.4
Geylang
Dakota Breeze
4-room 671 3493 4.2 25.0 5.2
TOTAL 3529 10323 2.4 7.8 2.9

Notes

  1. The Number of Applications Received is as at midnight on 24 May 2017. 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: 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.

    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.)