Ashford is a district in Tampines, Singapore.


It is divided into several districts:

  • Ashford North, Blocks 101 - 114
  • Ashford Central, around Tampines Court
  • Ashford East, Blocks 124 - 127 and 272 - 299 & Angsana Primary School
  • Ashford West, Blocks 136 - 139

There is also Ashford Walkway Tunnel, which was being built in 2007, and the Ashford Timothy Railway which was being a heritage line using British Rail Class 121s, being started in 2004 and was demolished in 2010, because it runs parallel to the Tampines Line which was started in 2003. The Ashford Station was being built in 2004 so as to connect residents, together with Block 131 and Block 123 with few demand wise.


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Tampines Round Market

At the Ashford West, there is also Tampines Round Market, together with several coffeeshops in the vicinity. The gateball court was being built since January 2008 at the Ashford East. Residents can do their shopping at Tampines Block 107 and Tampines Block 138, known to the NTUC FairPrice in the vicinity.


There are several schools in Ashford area. These include - only two primary schools (Angsana and East Spring).

District OverviewEdit

Ashford EastEdit

The gateball court was being built since January 2008 at the Ashford East which is next to the Qiaonan Primary School. Angsana Primary School, formerly known as Griffiths Primary School started operations in 1987. Griffiths Primary School is used to be a visiting place for their society of distributing unused newspapers / or promoting the community on 31 August 2013. Angsana Primary School was renamed from Griffiths Primary School in 2015.

Ashford CentralEdit

At the Ashford Central, there is also the Ashford Convention Centre, which is also known to be - Tampines Changkat Community Club. It was used as a polling station in 2006 and 2011 general elections. The Ashford Central was supposed to have a shopping mall called Westfield Ashford, but the change of plans in 2010 resulted in aborting.

​Tampines CourtEdit

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Block 119 Tampines Street 11, as mentioned in their flashback

Tampines Court is a condominium that is in Tampines, Singapore. It was built in 1985-86 and privatised in 2002. Timothy Mok's family were moved in April 1987. These condominium has been in en-bloc sale for several times:

  • 2006 - 2008 (1st, withdrew due to the 2 counts of bad faith, but involving the move of my house to 35 Jalan Lapang that is very near to Simon Ng's house)
  • 2010 - 2012 (2nd, purposely withdrew)
  • 2015 - 2017 (3rd, trying to get used to the enbloc scheme since 1 July 2017. The tender was launched in 4 July 2017 and will be closing on 15 August 2017).

Tampines Court was repainted in 2002, and was repainted again in 2009. In 2008, we have replaced car labels, side gate passes, tree pruning and general landscaping works, new CCTVs at guard posts, side gates and throughout the whole blocks. The estate repainting was completed in April 2010. The lifts at Tampines Court were replaced from Fujitec (older version) to the newer and modern version of going upstairs and downstairs in 2015 to 2016. In 2004, there was an installation of fencing and security guard posts, together with 3 side gates (one go to market, one go to Simei and one go to the bus stop), which was being completed.

The special resolution to install gates at the entrances and turnstiles at the side gates was passed unanimously, and installed in 2013. The other facilities include security guard house and playground. There is no swimming pool in Tampines Court, together with sports facilities such as badminton hall and basketball court, and have to play outside.

It has been announced on 2 January 2018 that Tampines Court, together with Rio Casa and Serangoon Ville en-bloc redevelopment potential, will be granted car-free areas owing to the zero growth of COE.


There are 12 blocks in Tampines Court. These include:

  • 4-storey walk-up flats: Blk 118, 121, 122, 132, 133, 135
  • 12-storey maisonettes: Blk 119, 120, 123, 130, 131, 134
Block 120Edit

Prior to the privatisation, voters who are staying in Block 118 - 139 Tampines Street 11 were then voted at Block 120 Tampines Street 11 void deck. After the privatisation, they were split into Qiaonan Primary School and Tampines Changkat CC respectively.

Block 120 has a management office. Dominique Sarron who was born in 1991 died in 17 April 2012 and had their wake until 21 April 2012 where he went over to Chua Chu Kang Cemetery.

Block 123Edit

Block 123 is an apartment block surrounding Tampines Court. It also have an Xchange as well. This is where the Mok Family, Ernest Mok, Betsy Koh, Daniel Mok, Jeremy Mok and Timothy Mok all stay since 1987.

Ashford Walkway Tunnel is home to the Dementors in December 2007. Most changes were done in between many of the years, these include the construction of Block 123 Station required the disposal of Visco Elastic Foam Pillow box and some of their things including their cupboards.

There is a wedding which is Mrs Malek's wedding on 15 March 2009, and wakes held from 18 to 24 December 2011 and 26 February to 1 March 2012.

  • Level 4 - Lim Wan Ni, Lin Mei Ling, Lim Yew Choon
  • Level 12 - Adeline Lau, Ong Shu Hui, Ong Chin Hao
Other BlocksEdit

Kho Qi Qin and Mrs Denna Ong had stayed in Block 130 Tampines Street 11. Nina Lee, Mr Tony Foo and Mrs Foo had stayed in Block 134. Dave Ong (currently he passed away) had stayed in Block 135. Lim Zi Teng had stayed in Block 119 apparently, just before and after Zi Teng House.

Blk 131 Tampines Street 11 is an apartment that was located at Tampines, whereas formerly Hu Che Lun had stayed there. The owners are Wee Pang Hock and Adeline Tay.


  • The special resolution to install ERP and charge for visitor parking was put to the vote. 65% voted for the proposal, 35% were against. It was therefore failed.
  • The special resolution to charge $100 monthly parking fee for second car, $150 for 3rd car and $200 for 4th car was passed unanimously.
  • The special resolution to build BBQ pits was rejected unanimously.