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Number of Applications Received for 2-room Flexi flats as at 28 May 2019
Project No of Units Number of
Applicants
Application Rate^
Elderly Non-Elderly Overall
First Timers Second Timers Singles
Non-Mature Towns/Estates
Bukit Batok 45 483 15.8 0.4 31.0 157.0 10.7
Bukit Panjang 12 77 9.6 0.0 NA NA 6.4
Choa Chu Kang 10 71 10.8 0.0 NA NA 7.1
Hougang 28 348 12.5 0.4 NA NA 12.4
Jurong East / West 22 189 12.7 0.3 NA NA 8.6
Punggol 44 398 10.0 0.5 19.0 187.0 9.0
Sembawang 5 147 47.0 0.3 NA NA 29.4
Sengkang 91 557 7.3 0.2 14.5 125.0 6.1
Woodlands 16 261 25.9 0.9 NA NA 16.3
Yishun 93 608 9.6 0.3 19.5 94.0 6.5
Mature Towns/Estates
Ang Mo Kio 21 108 11.4 0.0 NA NA 5.1
Bedok 16 150 19.1 0.8 NA NA 9.4
Bishan 1 8 8.0 NA NA NA 8.0
Bukit Merah 14 76 12.0 0.3 NA NA 5.4
Bukit Timah 6 14 2.2 NA NA NA 2.3
Central 1 3 2.0 NA NA NA 3.0
Clementi 5 49 22.0 0.0 NA NA 9.8
Geylang 49 113 5.1 0.1 7.0 NA 2.3
Kallang / Whampoa 7 95 13.4 NA NA NA 13.6
Pasir Ris 1 11 11.0 NA NA NA 11.0
Queenstown 17 101 13.9 0.2 NA NA 5.9
Serangoon 3 18 5.7 NA NA NA 6.0
Tampines 11 136 12.0 NA NA NA 12.4
Toa Payoh 17 97 12.9 0.3 NA NA 5.7
TOTAL 535 4118 NA NA NA NA 7.7

Notes

  1. The Number of Applications Received is as at midnight on 28 May 2019. 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 90% of the non-elderly flat supply. Second-timer application rate refers to the number of second-timer applications divided by 5% of the non-elderly flat supply while first-timer Singles application rate refers to the number of Singles applications received divided by 5% of the non-elderly flat supply.
    HDB conducts a ballot to shortlist the flat applications received and issues queue numbers up to 300% of the flat supply. Where the flat supply is less than 34 units and there are more elderly and first-timer families than the flat supply, elderly and first-timer families will be shortlisted within 100% of the flat supply and thereafter, there may be second-timer families and first-timer singles shortlisted depending on the ballot.

    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 28 May 2019
Project FlatType No of Units Number of
Applicants
Application Rate Δ
Non-Elderly
First Timers Second Timers Overall
Non-Mature Towns/Estates
Bukit Batok 3-room (Income ceiling $6,000) 25 199 3.3 119.0 8.0
4-room 68 600 6.4 60.7 8.8
5-room / 3Gen 46more info icon 340 5.6 47.5 7.4
Bukit Panjang 3-room (Income ceiling $6,000) 2 21 6.5 NA 10.5
4-room 5 110 18.0 NA 22.0
5-room 2 51 18.5 NA 25.5
Choa Chu Kang 3-room (Income ceiling $6,000) 1 18 7.0 NA 18.0
4-room 7 86 8.4 NA 12.3
5-room / Executive 10 50 3.7 NA 5.0
Hougang 3-room (Income ceiling $6,000) 7 54 4.0 NA 7.7
4-room 29 296 6.8 107.0 10.2
5-room 4 44 6.5 NA 11.0
Jurong East / West 3-room (Income ceiling $6,000) 10 65 3.0 NA 6.5
4-room 17 182 8.4 NA 10.7
5-room 4 52 10.3 NA 13.0
Punggol 3-room (Income ceiling $6,000) 16 132 3.0 NA 8.3
3-room (Income ceiling $12,000) 10 41 1.4 NA 4.1
4-room 77 454 3.9 54.3 5.9
5-room / 3Gen 51more info icon 340 3.1 94.0 6.7
Sembawang 3-room (Income ceiling $6,000) 10 97 3.8 NA 9.7
4-room 29 455 12.3 111.0 15.7
5-room 15 186 9.3 NA 12.4
Sengkang 3-room (Income ceiling $6,000) 36 173 2.1 100.0 4.8
4-room 164 416 1.8 16.3 2.5
5-room / 3Gen / Executive 117more info icon 210 1.1 16.8 1.8
Woodlands 3-room (Income ceiling $6,000) 31 141 2.2 75.0 4.5
4-room 66 369 4.1 37.3 5.6
5-room / 3Gen / Executive 31more info icon 164 3.8 51.0 5.3
Yishun 3-room (Income ceiling $6,000) 50 175 1.5 52.5 3.5
4-room 167 293 1.2 13.8 1.8
5-room / 3Gen 112more info icon 146 0.7 14.0 1.3
Mature Towns/Estates
Ang Mo Kio 3-room 19 61 1.3 NA 3.2
4-room 14 221 12.4 NA 15.8
5-room 5 154 20.2 NA 30.8
Bedok 3-room 13 89 2.7 NA 6.8
4-room 25 393 10.6 139.0 15.7
5-room 3 112 23.3 NA 37.3
Bishan 4-room 2 6 2.0 NA 3.0
Bukit Merah 3-room 23 89 2.0 46.0 3.9
4-room 28 327 8.4 100.0 11.7
5-room 7 171 14.6 NA 24.4
Central 3-room 1 0 0.0 NA 0.0
Clementi 3-room 7 37 2.3 NA 5.3
4-room 24 278 7.3 110.0 11.6
5-room / 3Gen 55more info icon 269 2.3 74.0 4.9
Geylang 3-room 21 66 1.8 31.0 3.1
4-room 136 647 3.8 24.5 4.8
Kallang / Whampoa 3-room 12 93 4.3 NA 7.8
4-room 17 337 15.9 NA 19.8
5-room 2 114 35.0 NA 57.0
Pasir Ris 4-room 4 52 8.0 NA 13.0
5-room / Executive 3 26 6.7 NA 8.7
Queenstown 3-room 57 242 2.8 43.0 4.2
4-room 28 733 21.2 161.0 26.2
5-room 3 182 39.0 NA 60.7
Serangoon 3-room 1 1 1.0 NA 1.0
Tampines 3-room 55 201 1.5 61.0 3.7
4-room 441 743 1.3 9.4 1.7
5-room / 3Gen / Executive 442more info icon 547 0.9 7.6 1.2
Toa Payoh 3-room 25 144 3.1 70.0 5.8
4-room 36 836 17.9 211.0 23.2
5-room 5 122 14.2 NA 24.4
TOTAL 2733 13253 3.3 NA 4.8

Notes

  1. The Number of Applications Received is as at midnight on 28 May 2019. Allocation of flats is subject to prevailing eligibility conditions, availability of flats and Ethnic Integration Policy.

  2. Δ First-timer application rate refers to the number of first-timer applications divided by 95% of the total flat supply, while second-timer application rate refers to the number of second-timer applications divided by 5% of the total flat supply. However, some flats are set aside for quota-based priority schemes, where HDB does not differentiate between first-timers and second-timers. At least 95% of the remaining flats are set aside for first-timer families.
    HDB conducts a ballot to shortlist the flat applications received and issues queue numbers up to 300% of the flat supply. Where the flat supply for 3-room and bigger flats is less than 20 units and there are more first-timer families than the flat supply, first-timer families will be shortlisted within 100% of the flat supply and thereafter, there may be second-timer families shortlisted depending on the ballot. The selection queue positions of all shortlisted applicants are randomly balloted.