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Wednesday, February 29, 2012

IOI Shuttle Bus (IOI Privilege Card) - Revised Schedule

Dear RAs,

Good Day!

In our continuous efforts to serve our community better, we would like to inform that our IOI Shuttle Service operation day has been rescheduled as per the following with effective 1st March 2012.

Operation Day : Monday to Saturday

Operation Time : 9.30 a.m. till 6.30 p.m.

Kindly log-on to our community website at for the schedule (which will be updated by 1st March 2012) and we appreciate if you could share this information with your residents via your Website, Blogs or Facebook.

Please feel free to contact our Customer Relations Unit at 03-8064 8833 should you require any further enquiries.

Thank you and Have a Nice Day!

"Happy To Serve!"

Customer Relations Unit

Delayed AGM 2012

Dear residents,

I would like to apologies to all of you of having to delay our AGM this year is because 23rd January, 2012 happened to be our Chinese New Year and I believe most of you cannot attend before or after the New Year as most of you were still away from base.

Month of February is full of important issues for RA to attend to likewise the protest of the Puteri Hills project, where I have to do lots of preparation before the meeting with IOI at MPSJ on the 17th February, 2012.

The barrier gate in which we have been doing the check and test for a period of time to ensure a smooth commissioning of it before we hand over the task to the our Successor, if we are not elected for the task this year and it’s fair to the new RA.

Not only, we have to attend to the ordering of the Smart tags and TnGo cards too.

Awning is supposed to complete by mid-February, but happened the "Sifu" who is in charge of the installation was ill, and job was delayed due to this reason.

Henceforth, I have to follow up all our complaints to MPSJ on garbage, fused lamps and also our application for humps, junction mirror, and basketball court too.

It has never been the intention of the RA to delay AGM but we have no choice with all the above mentioned reasons, we therefore are forced to do so.

I should have notified you all earlier, but I was too busy with all the above tasks, I tend to forget to inform you in writing.

In order not to breach the constitution, which we already have, I was then told by ROS that RA needed your consent for this postponement by signing up the consensus list, which I am going to circulate around.

You will be given 14 days of notice together with the audited accounts before the AGM take place, for your perusal.

May I take this opportunity to request those who are interested to enlist themselves for any post in the RA, please do so? We shall be most glad if there will be new candidate for this election.

I hope to have your consideration, understandings and importantly your usual support.

Thanking you.

Yours sincerely,

Chairman and all the RA Committee Members

Community Policing Balai Polis Puteri RA Free Breast Screening by LPPKN

Dear All,

Greetings from Columbia Asia Hospital Puchong.

Refer to the above, CAHP will be organizing a free Breast screening + Mammogram for FREE. Details are as below:-

Date : ALL Saturdays in the month of March 2012
Time : 9am until 12noon
Venue : Columbia Asia Hospital Puchong

Note :
  • all women above 40 years
  • women above 35 years with strong family background of Breast CA.
  • it is FREE
for further details please call me at 017 307 0008.

Thank you

Ng Wai Kit
Marketing Manager

Columbia Asia Hospital - Puchong
No.1, Lebuh Puteri,
Bandar Puteri Puchong
47100 Puchong, Selangor, Malaysia
Tel:603-80648688 / Fax:603-80648788
Mobile : 017 307 0008

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Site Visit For Alternative Location For Comm-tower - 28 Feb 2012

In pursuant for a new site for the installation of the comm-tower, Yong and I participated for site visiting with YB Teresa, Dato’ Tan (IOI), Esmond Khor (Snr Project Manager, IOI), Datuk Ghani (Airspace), En. Officer from maxis, Digi, Celcom and En. Azmi (MPSJ) at 11.00 AM today.

Various sites were visited but thus far still no finding of the best location neither in Puteri 12 nor in Puteri 11.

Numerous suggestions were made as follows:
  1. At the hilltop behind P12 bungalows
  2. At the empty piece of land situated behind P12 guardhouse at the access road
  3. At the hilltop facing Puteri 11 (where IJM’s project is)
  4. In front of the water tank between Puteri 11 and Puteri 12
  1. The hilltop behind P12 Bungalows
    Asiaspace said it is not the best location as residents of the bungalows and of Puteri 11 will not receive well the signal besides it is too steep for work to carry out.
    Datuk Ghani has instructed his team to necessitate a thorough check, study and to prepare him a report before affirming the use of this site.
  2. At the empty land situated behind P12 guardhouse (where Digi tower situated before)
    IOI refused neither to provide land nor is to rent it to Asiaspace because their future project on this piece of land for bungalows although both YB Teresa and Datuk Ghani have instigated their requested to Dato' David Tan.
  3. At the hilltop facing Puteri 11 (IJM’s property)
    There is no right scale of land for the tower because IJM is building a clubhouse on scale at large.
  4. Next to the water tank situated at the access road between P12 and P11
    P11 Chairman raised the point that this might affect residents of Jalan Puteri 11/13.
    This location might not be suitable as Asiaspace fears that residents of P12 (facing towards P9) will not be able to receive good and active signal.
In view of all the difficulties in getting a proper location which affects nobody, YB Teresa then suggested to Datuk Ghani if it is possible to plant the tower in the rainforest.

Datuk Ghani said they can look into this possibility but YB will have to obtain the grant for them.

Hence instantly YB Teresa instructed En. Azmi (Perancang Bandar MPSJ) to prepare the necessary documents and to submit the application immediately.

Prior to this, she requested Datuk Ghani to postpone the court hearing to allow her the sufficient time to proceed with the application procedures.

Datuk Ghani agreed to YB’s request but they will eventually continue with the legal proceeding if Local Authority rejected the application.

We must thank YB Teresa for her great interest and contribution to provide an optimum quality of life to the people of Puteri 12 and 11 respectively.

Owing to this, she burdened herself with a big and important task to obtain approval from the Local Government to have the Tower built in the Air Itam Rainforest and will do her utmost best in achieving it.

Even if she fails to obtain the approval, we all shall be appreciative because at least she tried.

We also have to thank Datuk Ghani for rendering a great amount of consideration for all of us and to further delay his project.

Let’s us all be more optimistic and hope for the best ever for everyone who lives around here.

Alice Choo

Car towed at Bayu Puteri

This morning car NBF 7551 was towed away from Bayu Puteri illegal parking area.

Monday, February 27, 2012

Meeting At Mpsj Regarding The Removed Comm-tower In Puteri 12

Dear Residents,

This meeting was chaired by both YB Teresa Kok and Mr. Tan Jo Hann, our Councilor.

Those who attended were Y.Bhg Datuk Abdul Ghani Abdullah and his entire technical team of Asiaspace, Puteri 12 RA committee members and their residents, Puteri 8 Chairman Datuk Samson, Puteri 9 Chairman Mr. Peter Lim, En. Azmi of MPSJ Perancang Bandar, Pengarah of Jabatan Undang-Undang MPSJ and five of us from Puteri 11 (Alice, Yong, Pua, Ms. Lum and Mr. Quek).

Encik Azmi initiated the meeting explaining the rules and regulations of the legalized Comm-Tower and the applications procedures complied by Asiaspace. He emphasized that they first received a complaint of the 1st structure build by Maxis from Puteri 12 residents in July 2011, and nonetheless the site was visited. Upon inspection they concluded that this Maxis comm-tower was illegally built and was not of the right specification. They then ordered to have it removed.

The new structure submitted by Asiaspace on the same spot has been approved on the same time in Mid-July.

When Puteri 12 residents’ complaint of this new construction carried out by Asiaspace, immediately MPSJ officer verified that this new structure is legal and safe as it is build more than 20 ft. away from their houses.

Today, Datuk Ghani emphasized his concern on the health safety of the people and was aware of the radiation negative impact on the residents and the build of this tower does comply with rules and regulations gazette for.

He said the radiation from the Microwave is in fact more hazardous to our health in comparing to the radiation of the comm-tower. This was agreed by our member Yong who is specializing in the same field and also our YB Teresa who elaborated the technology in Korea, which is far more advance than ours, where this Korean should suffer more with radiation, hence none has ever protested against it.

YB Teresa proposed to Asiaspace to look for an alternative or new location suitable for them to put up the tower, or to ask IOI to provide a place for it,

However, what was proposed by YB has been carried out by Asiaspace but their request was rejected by IOI. (letter of rejection was presented to YB).

Unfortunately, there is no achievement of a positive conclusion or compromises in this meeting with Puteri 12 RA/ residents as they were emotional and fearful of the impact from the radiation, which is right in some way. Moreover their Chairman only concentrates in his legal suits.

YB promised that she will personally liaise with IOI for a provision of land for this comm-tower because she fully understands our sufferings and losses for not having any signal or line for communication.

She highlighted to everyone that it is a must to have the Comm-Tower for communication fluency.

In view of this YB Teresa and Mr. Tan proposed to Asiaspace to look for an alternative suitable location again not only in Puteri 12 but also could consider Puteri 11 or any other Taman.

Owing to such circumstances and hoping to obtain our right to enjoy the line, we agreed with them for site visiting in Puteri 11 hoping to be able to locate the appropriate spot for this tower.

Yong and I (representing Puteri 11) will participate in the site visiting and to discuss the locality with Asiaspace, MPSJ, Mr. Tan and YB Teresa when found. Mr. Lim (P12 resident) and Mr. Ho (P12 Secretary) are representing Puteri 12 for this task.

Here may I stress that there is no such thing called perfection, but we could just do our best hoping to reduce more losses and to reach a minimal sufferings of every one of us, which we are facing every day.

Let’s keep our finger crossed for a good and sounding solution for both Puteri 11 and Puteri 12.


Alice Choo


IOI Bus Schedule at Primrose

Saturday, February 25, 2012

SmartTag / Touch N Go ready for collection

theStar: Residents say new development may cause problems

BANDAR Puteri Puchong residents are concerned about a proposed townhouse and condominium project in Jalan Puteri 11 which they say will cause traffic congestion.

About 40 Bandar Puteri 11 and Bayu Puteri Apartments residents and representatives from developer IOI Properties attended a public hearing at the Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) headquarters recently.

Councillor Tan Jo Hann chaired the meeting that was also attended by Puchong MP Gobind Singh Deo.

More projects : Bandar Puteri 11 residents are worried that another development would bring congestion into the area and affect the stability of the slope.

The main issues raised by residents were traffic congestion along Jalan Puteri 11/1, the stability of the slope on which the townhouses would be built and if the new project would block the view of the existing apartments and houses.

Bandar Puteri 11 Residents Association chairman Alice Choo said when they bought their houses four years ago from the same developer, they were told that there would be no other development in the area and their view would not be blocked by other buildings.

Bayu Puteri Residents Association chairman Victor Chan said Jalan Puteri 11/1 was already congested and having a high-rise development would worsen the situation.

“With the entrance of Puteri Hills also on the same road, there would be three guard houses in the same area,” he said.

Choo also questioned the stability of the land because there were parts of Bandar Puteri 11 that had shown signs of sinking.

A representative from the developer, who declined to be named, said the original plan for a 422-unit condominium block had been scaled down to 240.

“We have reduced the number of units after taking in the comments from residents. We also have reports from Ikram (Public Works Institute of Malaysia) on the soil condition in the area,” he said.

While he reassured the residents that a traffic impact study had been done for the development, residents were not satisfied with the explanation given by the consultant.

Residents proposed that the entrance to the project be moved to another location to minimise congestion in Jalan Puteri 11/1 and for the clubhouse within the new project to be opened to all residents in the area.

“We all bought our property from the same developer and we should be allowed to use the facilities as well,” said Choo.

Tan suggested that the developer look into alternative plans based on residents’ comments and arrange for another meeting so that all the required information can be presented to the residents.

Gobind requested the developer to prepare all the necessary illustrations, documents and drawings to be presented to residents in one month’s time.

“What residents want is just an assurance that their view would not be blocked because it was sold to them as such.

“We also want to have a look at the Ikram report that have been done regarding the soil condition of the site. The residents are concerned about the safety of their property because it is on a slope,” he said.

Gobind also asked the developer to come up with suggestions for an alternative entry and exit to the development as requested by the residents.

Friday, February 24, 2012

Meeting At MPSJ On 27 Feb 2012, 3pm To Discuss About The Removed Comm-tower In Puteri 12

Dear resident,

I have just received an invitation from MPSJ to attend the captioned meeting on next Monday, 3.00pm with YB Gobind, YB Teresa, Telco officers, MPSJ, Puteri 12 and probably Puteri 9 RA and residents for an open dialogue pertaining to the problems we are facing since the Comm-tower was removed.

Since most of you have been sufferings due to the poor and no signal most of the time, I think this is the best opportunity to have your voice heard rather than complaining to MCMC or MAXIS or DIGI or to me at times.

Please come along to gain and to regain the line, the signal and the proper frequency we supposed to have.

It might not necessary be installed in Puteri 12 but we had to have the tower back.

27th Feb (Monday) is the day for the Authority to acknowledge your pain towards the problems of having the comm-tower removed and to achieve a positive solution for you and everybody around.


As usual, I am most glad if you can confirm your participation to me soonest possible, please.


Thursday, February 23, 2012

Problems at Primrose Area

Dear Belinda,

With reference to our Tele-conversation on 21st and 22nd Feb 2012, pertaining to my complaint of fused lamps and untidiness of this area.

I wonder if you can help check and to confirm if the all repair and maintenance from our guardhouse till Primrose is of IOI’s responsibility? Or it is of MPSJ?

Regret to inform you that the entire area of Primrose till the guardhouse has not been swept for a long time and I believe this isn’t my first complaint and hence will not be the last too.

Grass at the playground has left unattended as well till the grass has grown tall and messy. Thanks to MPSJ’s contractor who has helped us out yesterday to cut the field.

I hope you can again help to ensure us the maintenance at this Primrose is scheduled as I have been receiving ton of complaints from residents as there are lot of cobra around the site.

Furthermore, lights along Jalan Puteri 11/1 and at Primrose’s playground have not been working for quite some time now, which I fear that the darkness can probably cause undesirable accident.

Have I complain to the right department? If not, can you advise me the email address of the department concerned, so that I don’t and will not be troubling you unnecessarily.

I am sorry to have to complain but it is my duty to do so.

I do look forward for a prompt attention in this matter.

Thanking you for your usual collaboration and attention.

Yours faithfully,

Alice Choo

Uncleared Trash

Dear resident,

Finally, the new appointed contractor and his Team were here yesterday in the late afternoon clearing up all the rubbish that was lying around our Taman.

They apologized for such delay is because of the new handover transition period whereby they are still working on the time-table scheduling the sweeping and trash clearance for the entire Bandar Puteri .

I am also in the phase of negotiating with them for sweeper’s assignment, but no promises this can be achieved as they are working on a very specific budget.

So here, I asked for your co-operation of not throwing cut branches or trimmed leaves or any sort of garbage at the road side loosely as this will definitely make our Taman look very untidy and messy.

Please kindly pack them in the garbage bag. This allows easy and clean clearance of the trash.

I shall be most thankful if you can advise your maid and your family members accordingly.

Thanking you.

Yours sincerely,
Alice Choo

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

ADUAN KALI KETIGA : 0434/02/2012

Salam sejahtera Tuan,

Walaupun aduan kami ini adalah yang ketiga kali tetapi dengan dukacita dimaklumkan bahawa masih tiada sesiapa yang datang menyapukan dan membersihkan kawasan kami.

Ini mengakibatkan seluruh kawasan di Bandar Puteri 11 Puchong adalah di penuhi dengan sampah sarap, daun-daun kering dan terjadi semakin kotor.

Entah berapa rayuan yang dikehendaki sebelum Tuan akan memberikan kami perhatian yang sewajarnya terhadap masaalah ini?
Entah berapa kali kami dikehendaki merayu kepada Tuan sebelum tindakan dapat di ambil?

Bolehkah penduduk di Bandar Puteri 11 menangguhkan bayaran cukai ini ke tahun depan memandangkan perkhidmatan sebegini yang diberikan dari pihak Tuan?

Sukacita disertakan gambar gambar yang menjelaskan keadaan di kawasan kami.

Sekian Terima Kasih.

Yang benar,
Alice Choo
Persatuan Penduduk Bandar Puteri 11
Bandar Puteri Puchong
47100, Selangor

ADUAN KALI KETIGA : 0434/02/2012 dengan foto foto di sampah sarah di sekeliling Puteri 11, Puchong


Sekali lagi kami menyertaikan gambar gambar di sampah sarap yang menjelaskan keadaan Taman kami.
Semua gambar yang disertai adalah diambil pada pagi hari ini.

Sekali lagi, kami mengharapkan sesuatu tindakan akan diambilkan dengan sewajarnya dan secepat mungkin.

Sekian terima kasih,

Yang benar
Alice Choo
Persatuan Penduduk Bandar Puteri 11
Bandar Puteri Puchong
47100, Selangor

theStar: Residents to use walkie-talkies for communication

RESIDENTS in Pusat Bandar Puchong and Bandar Puteri Puchong will be the first group in Selangor to use walkie-talkies to keep their neighbourhood safe.

Seri Serdang assemblyman Datuk Mohamad Satim Diman said the idea to use walkie-talkies came from the residents themselves and he presented a walkie-talkie unit each to 30 residents associations (RA) in a ceremony at the Taman Wawasan 4 park recently.

Also present at the event were Puchong parliamentary liaison officer Datuk Loo Yeng Peng and Serdang OCPD Supt Abdul Razak Elias.

“The communication channels will be connected to my service centre and there will someone monitoring it. We will also be giving a unit each to the Puchong Jaya and Bandar Puteri Puchong police stations,” he said.

The person in charge of the walkie-talkie from each residents’ association will be sent for training with the SKMM (Malaysian Communication and Multimedia Commission) and would have to provide their details for registration.

Razak said having residents use walkie-talkies to communicate with each other and disseminate information was in line with the 3C concept of creativity, communication and collaboration.

“This is going beyond the traditional means of fighting crime. They will be using technology to help each other and to collaborate with the police. When something happens and we are able to get information from the residents and act faster,” said Razak.

Satim also presented a mail box to each residents association so that those patrolling their neighbourhoods can put their log book into it.

“Residents can also fill in the log book and this would serve as a networking tool among neighbours,” Satim said.

Puteri 6 Ixora RA chairman William Koh, 43, said the walkie-talkies would be helpful for the associations, who had already been working together.

“We have regular inter-RA meetings and also have joint events during festivals to keep everyone updated. Currently, we use mobile phones when something happens and with the walkie-talkies, we can pass on the information simultaneously to all RAs faster,” he said.

Loo, who is also the special officer to the Home Minister, said it was encouraging to see residents working together for their own safety.

“The crime rate has gone down in Bandar Puteri. It used to be one of the 50 hot spots in 2010 but has recently been taken out of the list,” said Loo.

Monday, February 20, 2012

Nanyang: 居民担心发展引发交通堵塞 市会限1个月改善

(梳邦再也16日讯)公主城第11区和公主城峇优(Puteri Bayu)居民担心公主岭发展工程或引发交通问题,梳邦再也市议会设时一个月,以便市议会策划及工程小组联合发展商就此事作出调整和改善,以期达至双赢结果。









发展商发言人:听取民意 改建低密度城市屋


















Selangor Times: Residents fight for view

Writer: Alvin Yap
Published: Fri, 17 Feb 2012

SUBANG JAYA: Owners of an exclusive hilltop community are demanding that their developer honour promises that their view will not be obstructed by an upcoming project.

According to the Puteri 11 Residents’ Association (RA) committee members, the view of Puchong was a selling point of their homes, but a five-storey townhouse project currently being built on the lower slopes would jeopardise this.

"We committed ourselves to buying the houses eight years ago on the strength of the view it gives but we’re worried the project will now block it," said RA chairperson Alice Choo at a meeting between residents, Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) and the property developer.

Residents of Puteri 11- consisting of 471 terrace houses and the 615-unit Puteri Bayu apartments - want the developer of the project to resubmit plans to MPSJ.

Choo and Puteri Bayu RA chairperson Victor Chan.
The property developer should redraft its plans to ensure that the 120-unit five-storey duplex townhouses would not obstruct the surrounding view.

She criticised MPSJ for approving the project without getting and considering Traffic Impact and Slope Stability studies.

"If you had the studies, you would not have approved the project," said Choo, adding that the project would create more congestion along Jalan Puteri 1/11.

IOI Properties senior project manager Esmond Khor said they had revised the project from an initial 422-unit condominium to the current townhouse plan.

Khor said the company had engaged independent engineering consultants Kumpulan IKRAM to conduct Environmental Impact Assessment studies as well as traffic studies.

However, Khor said the studies were not compiled in time to be presented to the RAs during yesterday’s meeting.

As such, MPSJ councillor Tan Jo Hann - in charge of Pusat Bandar Puchong and Bandar Puteri Puchong - set a meeting for the developer to brief the residents in a month’s time.

Puchong member of Parliament Gobind Singh Deo, who is acting as legal representative for the residents, said it was a case of misrepresentation by the developer.

"Residents have valid grouses. They bought the property on the promise that they would get the view they were promised in the brochure," he told Khor and his team.

He said while there could be grounds for legal action, it was up to the residents to think about initiating such a move.

Sunday, February 19, 2012

Saturday, February 18, 2012

Repair of the Pothole at our Guardhouse

Dear resident,

Please exit from Puteri 12 and entry from P11 due to repair of the pothole at our guardhouse.


I am so sorry for such short notice because RA was not informed at all by IOI.

Sorry for all the inconvenience caused due to IOI negligence.

Alice choo

Friday, February 17, 2012

IOI (Esmond) Rqst For 66 FT Main Road 17 Feb 2012

RR (1) / 02/2012

BY EMAIL(c/o Ms. Jessica)
17th February, 2012

Dear Esmond,


With reference to the meeting on Thursday, 16th February, 2012, pertaining to the new IOI Puteri Hills project, I would like to let you know that according to the known by JKR procedures and regulations the width of the so-called MAIN Road should be 66 ft. of width and not 50 ft. as allegedly authorized to IOI in the 90's.

The actual width of the road is 57 ft., but this is not in compliance with the standard size of a Main Road which should be 66 ft.

We therefore confirm our request to widen the Main road to 66 ft. as stated by the valid regulations.

Definitely as our main road leads to the 132ft highway, it is to consider by all means a MAIN Road (66ft in width)

As our Main Road has not yet been surrendered to MPSJ, IOI should be responsible for complying to meet the standard width.

During the next meeting in a month time, I would like to have a confirmation for our request and also would like to be inform if other project involving our community or at any nearby vicinity are programmed in the future.

Thanking you for your attention.

Yours faithfully,

Alice Choo
Tel: 017 320 4619

c.c. -
MP Puchong, YB Gobind Singh
MPSJ Councilor, Mr. Tan Jo Hann
Timbalan Pengarah Perancang , En. Hazman
Timbalan Pengarah Kejuruteraan - En. Arifuddin
Pengarah Jalan Raya, Kejuruteraan - En Rostam
Puteri Bayu's Chairman - Mr. Victor Chan

Thursday, February 16, 2012

Meeting With IOI At MPSJ This Morning Regarding Puteri Hills Project

TIME: 9.30 AM

First foremost I would like to thank all the 74 residents including the RA committee member who attended this meeting today. This is a unique sign of UNITY and we all should be proud of it.

We have to thank Mr. Tan Jo Hann who chaired the meeting fairly and YB Gobind who has help us in concluding the meeting clearly stating our fear, our request, our needs and far more importantly is our RIGHTS to the entitlement presented by IOI before we purchased our property from them.

Also not forgetting to thank Puteri Bayu Chairman Mr. Victor Chan, who came to join force with us for the protest against the location of the entrance/exit of Puteri Hills and the building of the condominium unit.

This meeting was attended by En Hazman, Timbalan Pengarah Perancang, and Mr. Esmond from IOI and few of their consultants for different aspects and several Ahli Majlis.

Mr. Chiam referred back to the protest they made in 2009, during which 2 meetings has been held to discuss about this issue and Minutes were taken. But, thus far they have never received the 2nd Minute that stated the rejection on the building of condominiums consisting 422 units and hence requested for a copy of it from the Chairperson Mr. Tan.

We then presented on behalf of all our residents to IOI:
  1. our concerns and fear of negative traffic impact and safety of the community with these new additional residents of Puteri Hills.
  2. Our request to relocate the entrance / exit of Puteri Hills to Jalan Puteri 11/3 (any suitable spot but not on Jalan Puteri 11/1).
  3. Our request to have the soil test on the site of the condominium units as a side of our road at the guardhouse is uneven and has sunk slightly, a copy of the report is needed too.
  4. Strictly and strongly NO condominium unit should be built so there won’t be blockage of view for Primrose’s residents. Not only, had we stressed to IOI that we do not any high-rises to be built at all.
  5. We also requested to have a copy of the report on the Traffic Impact Analysis (TIA), Slope Stability Analysis (SSA) and Environmental Impact Analysis (EIA) if these have been carried out.
  6. We highlighted to IOI that Jalan 11/1 is considered as a "Main Road", which should be of 66 ft. wide but it actually scaled at 57 ft.? Therefore we would like to know on which category this road falls into with such an odd width measuring 57 ft. inclusive of the buffer area (28ft is the actual width of the road). Was it the right width then? Was it authorized and who authorized it?
  7. if they did consider amount of Puteri 12 residents using Jalan 11/1 apart from the number of users from Puteri 11 and Puteri Bayu?
  8. On top of that we also highlighted to IOI that we have more than 1000 of visitors, contractors, transporters, taxi, etc. (all inclusive) and at least 600 for Puteri Bayu.
  9. Whereabouts the retention point?
  10. The building of the 5- storey town houses must not block the view
  11. We do not want any of their contractors to access Jalan Puteri 11/1 when work starts and if they will make another route / optional route for the accessibility of the contractor, crane etc.
  12. We also requested them to build CLUB HOUSE instead of townhouses.
However, we are going to have a follow-up meeting with IOI in a month time as they need this time to attend to all the above mentioned factors before furnishing us a confirmation for the following;
  1. if the main entrance/exit of Puteri Hills be relocated
  2. to abolish the current plan for the condominium units.
  3. To build Club House for Puteri’s community
  4. To show us the actual drawing of the Town houses with complete scale and height.
  5. To advise us if there is any project in our nearby vicinity programmed for future.
This is briefly what have been discussed and achieved in the meantime.

We need to support one another in order to win this protest.


God Bless Puteri 11!

Alice Choo