Singapore: Condo unit owner fails in bid to end ‘noise’ from pool pumps

For over two years, a condo unit owner tried to get his estate’s management corporation (MC) to resolve the noise from a swimming pool pump system, which his occupier had found “unbearable”.  The unit is located below the rooftop pool at Luma, a 27-storey development in River Valley Grove.  The MC tried everything, from hiring an acoustics consultant to conducting noise tests in the unit, one of 75 in the development. But nothing worked, so owner Lim Yew Loon eventually took the matter to the Strata Titles Board last December to press for more remedial works.    Read the article……………..


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