Tenet EC eApplication


(Tampines St 62 Parcel A)

Developer: Qingjian and Santarli

Preview: 12 Nov to 28 Nov 2022
Booking Day: 3 Dec 2022


+65 6100 8108

Submit Your eApplication To Purchase Tenet Executive Condominium

In order to purchase a unit at a new launch Executive Condominium, an eApplication is required.

Fill in your details below and we will be in touch to process your application!

EC eApplication Form

What is an eApplication and Why Is It Required?

Buyers of a new launch EC in Singapore must fulfil specific HDB Eligibility Criteria, and make a purchase under 1 of the following schemes:

  • Public Scheme
  • Fiancé/Fiancée Scheme
  • Orphans Scheme
  • Joint Singles Scheme

The eApplication form will capture details of buyers such as their income, age, marital status and ownership of previous subsidised housing, that will enable the assessment of their eligibility.

If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact us:

CALL 6100 8108

Submit Your Tenet EC eApplication Today

Submit your eApplication and also receive a digital copy of the project eBrochure + bonus 4-Fold brochure!

Tenet EC Balance Units Chart

About Tenet Executive Condominium

Tenet Executive Condominium was launched under the GLS programme as Tampines Street 62 Parcel A, a plot of land released under the GLS (Government Land Sales) Programme, slated for the development of an Executive Condominium.


Submission of Tender
On 22 July 2021, Thursday, from 9:00am to 12:00pm at The Procurement Office. Any tender submitted after 12:00pm on the tender submission date will not be considered.

Provisional Tender Results
The Provisional Tender Results will be available on 22 July 2021, Thursday, after 5:00pm via the HDB Land Sales page and at the Procurement Office.

Notes from Appendix C, Additional Conditions of Tender (Technical)



LTA requires the Successful Tenderer to comply with the following requirements:

i) To future-proof new development sites in Singapore, the Successful Tenderer is required to have active and passive provision of EV charging points for the development.

ii) Active provision refers to charging points that are fully wired and ready for use by EVs. Passive provision refers to catering of sufficient electrical power at the consumer switch room(s) and/or substation(s) to allow more chargers to be installed and activated easily when demand increases in future. As a start, the Successful Tenderer is to ensure at least 15% of the total car-park lots can minimally support 3-Phase AC Type 2 chargers with power output of 7kW per charging point (i.e. passive provision), of which at least 1% must be installed with EV charging points (i.e. active provision). The detailed requirements are set out in Clause 3.0 of the Conditions and Requirements of Relevant Competent Authorities and Public Utility Licensees.

iii) For active provision, the Successful Tenderer shall indicate the location, number and type of chargers to be installed for LTA’s approval at the plan submission stage. At the CSC stage, LTA will verify that the minimum active provision as approved have been made and are ready for use by EVs. For passive provision, the Successful Tenderer shall submit a declaration (with supporting documents) to LTA at the plan submission stage on the following using the submission template in Appendix D (I):

a. Total number of lots with active and passive provision, and total number of lots.
b. Total electrical load required for lots with active and passive provision.
c. Electrical load required from the rest of the development.
d. Approved total electrical load from SPPG.


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