Residents of Trivelis, an 888-unit Design, Build and Sell Scheme (DBSS) project in Clementi, are disappointed about the quality of their new flats.
What happened to Trivelis after TOP?

Owners who collected keys to their new units since January complained about defective stove knobs, rusty dish racks, stain-prone kitchen countertops, poor quality laminate flooring, shattered shower glass panels, wardrobe without shelves, rusty lift doors and flooding corridors.

Ironically, ‘delivery of high-quality products’ is both the vision and the mission of the developer EL Development, though the long list of developer defects in Trivelis has proved otherwise. The end products are also a big contrast to ‘choice fittings’ and ‘quality floor finishes’ as stated in the project’s sales brochure.

This was not an individual case of one owner suing the developer for discrepancies of the actual unit from the sales brochure, but feedback of 300 emails from the residents.

EL Development …