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Monday, September 27, 2010

MPSJ officer summons cars at Bayu Puteri

This morning the MPSJ officer was write summons to illegally parked cars at the road outside Bayu Puteri Apartment.

The officer agreed that the summons are ineffective and hopefully the residents can discuss with the developer to provide a long term solution.

Saturday, September 25, 2010

IOI install plants and beautify road near Bayu Puteri Apartments

IOI is now digging the roadside near Bayu Puteri Apartment entrance for re-planting and flowers purposes. Please drive carefully.

Monday, September 13, 2010

TM Unifi service Installation

The TM Unifi service is now available at Puteri 11. The following are the pictures taken during installation. Hope residents will find this info useful.

Friday, September 10, 2010

Moon Cake Festival

18th September 2010
Starts at 7:00pm to 12:00am
Location: Playground of Puteri11
Buffet Style: RM50 / family
All Residents from Puteri 11 Are Welcome
Contact Mr Khoo: 016 311 6483

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Guarded neighbourhood: 51% of residents must approve

theSun: Guarded neighbourhood: 51% of residents must approve

KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 8, 2010): A neighbourhood planning to set up the guarded neighbourhood scheme can do so only with the approval of 51% of the residents.

Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk Chor Chee Heung said that under the new guidelines for gated community and guarded neighbourhoods, the approvals should not be forced.

"However, it will be better if all or maybe 80%-90% of the residents agree to it," said Chor.
He also said that perimeter fencing for guarded neighbouhoods is not allowed under the new guideline. Guardhouses are allowed but it should only be built on the road shoulder.

"If the residents plan to set up a permanent guardhouse on a reserved road, then the residents' association needs to apply for a Temporary Occupation Licence (TOL) from the land office.
"The location of the guardhouse must also be marked in the plan and submitted to the local council. Once approved, only then it can be set up," said Chor.

He added that if the present structures do not contravene the new guidelines, then they may continue using their barricades or guards.
"However, if the structures cause inconvenience to the residents or the public, then the local authorities will investigate for further action," said Chor.

Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin recently said that the guidelines for gated communities and guarded neighbourhoods drawn up by the Housing and Local Government Ministry would be imposed with immediate effect on new applications.

Muhyiddin said that existing gated communities and guarded neighbourhood schemes are exempted but new applications from development companies or residents will have to follow the new guidelines.
The guidelines were approved by the Cabinet on July 28 and on Sept 2 by the National Council for Local Government (MNKT).

He added that gated communities are allowed only in certain locations where there is a high crime rate based on records from the police and limited to the city area.

The minimum area for the development of gated communities is one hectare and the maximum area is 10ha.
Chor also said that the names for the gated communities should have local cultural elements and not have foreign names.

He said the guidelines will help local authorities, state governments and developers plan and monitor the gated community and guarded neighbourhood schemes.

The state governments have until the end of this year to enforce the guidelines, added Chor.

Guidelines for gated community (GC)
  • The common property including the roads in the GC scheme is private and it must be maintained by the residents through the appointed management corporation (MC);
  • The construction of any fencing or wall separating the residents of the GC and non-residents is now allowed;
  • The construction of the wall or fencing surrounding the GC area as a border between the GC area and non-GC area is allowed but it should not be more than 2.75 metre;
  • A social impact report must be provided by the developers of the GC as stipulated under the sub-section 21A(1A) of the Town and Country Planning Act 1976;
  • There must be at least two entry and exit points for GCs as stipulated under the Uniform Building Bylaws 1984;
  • Special areas for utilities such as electric, telephone, water, gas and sewage connections must be at least placed 2.5 meters within the GC area to enhance the service and facilitate the maintenance.
Guidelines for guarded neighbourhoods (GN)
  • GN is allowed only in town areas, especially in areas with high crime rates based on police records;
  • GN is not allowed in areas with public amenities such as schools, mosques or public halls, and in areas where public transportation routes are located;
  • The local councils can determine the number of housing units for a particular GN for better management;
  • The size of the guardhouse should not exceed 1.8m x 2.4m;
  • The security guards employed by the residents' association (RA) must be registered with the Home Ministry;
  • Any reversion of the GN to its former status (without having guards) by the RA must be made known to the local councils.

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Areas affected by Sg Semenyih Water Treatment Plant closure

theStar: Areas affected by Sg Semenyih Water Treatment Plant closure

The following are the areas affected by the closure of the Sg Semenyih Water Treatment Plant.

PETALING (118,841 households): Puchong, Puchong Intan, Puchong Jaya, Puchong Prima, Puchong Tekali, Puchong Utama, Puchong Lestari, Puncak Kinrara, Seri Puchong, Bandar Puchong Utama, Desaminium, Kampung Seri Aman, Kampung Baru Seri Puchong, Kampung Bersatu, Kampung Kenangan, Kampung Kuala Sungai Baru, Kampung Seri Langkas, Kampung Tengah, Taman Perindustrian Sime UEP sections 1-6, Lake Edge Mutiara Puchong, Taman Industri Puchong, Taman Perindustrian Puchong, Taman Puchong Utama, Bandar Bukit Puchong, Bandar Puchong Jaya, Jalan Serendit, Jalan Jempua, Jalan Kenari, Bandar Puteri Puchong, Bandar Putra Permai, Taman Equine, Taman Pinggiran Putra, Bukit Puchong, Bukit Serdang, Bukit Serdang sections 5-8, Kota Perdana, Lestari Perdana, Meranti Puchong, Perindustrian Bukit Serdang, Puchong 8th, 12th, 13th and 14th miles, Puchong Hartamas, Pusat Bandar Puchong, Taman Wawasan, Pusat Perdagangan Seri kembangan, Saujana Puchong, Serdang, Serdang Lama, Serdang Perdana, Serdang Raya, Serdang Utama, Serdang Permata, Sri Andalas, Seri Kembangan, Seri Serdang, Taman Bukit Serdang, Taman Bukit Kinrara, Taman Industri Kinrara, Taman Perindustrian Kinrara, Taman Desa Millenia, Taman Puncak Jalil, Taman Universiti Indah, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Putra Heights, Sungai Penaga, Kampung Kuala Sungai baru, Kampung Tengah, USJ sections 1-24 and 26.

HULU LANGAT (67,451 households): Bandar Bukit Mahkota, Bandar Seri Putra, Bandar Baru Bangi, Bandar Baru Bangi Industrial Zone, Bangi Lama, Jalan Bangi Semenyih, Semenyih, Jalan bukit, Jalan Reko, Seri Kembangan, Kajang Utama, Jalan Wan Siew and Kajang town.

SEPANG (49,334 households): Sungai Merab, Puchong, Bandar Baru Salak Tinggi, Dengkil, Cyberjaya, Sepang and Kampung Sungai Buah.

KUALA LANGAT (26,538 households): Pulau Carey, Jenjarom, Sungai Manggis, Tanjong Sepat, Kampung Endah, Banting town, Taman Aman, Taman Cempaka, Kampung Seri Cheeding, Kampung Sungai Buaya, Kampung Kanchong Darat, Taman Yayasan, Kampung Sungai Lang, Morib and Kampung Batu Laut.

PUTRAJAYA (22,604 households).

Sunday, September 5, 2010

Security guard signature consent campaign

Dear All,

Yesterday evening, 10 of our Committee and Residents went house to house for the signature campaign to establish a guarded community. We had very good response from the residents. There were a few houses still vacant and a number of occupants were not in. We covered Jalan 11/13, 11/12, 11/10, 11/8, 11/6, 11/2, 11/1A. Today we will cover 11/11, 11/9, 11/7, 11/5, 11/3 and the few occupied houses in Primrose.



Road accidents

Dear All neighbourhood friends,

I saw a road accident outside our house compound last nite at 11.00pm. This was a second accident on the same stretch of road in 3 years. The accident is not a minor and it is a major with possibility of fatal. Last night, the car turn turtle and the passenger were badly hurt and need to ambulance to sent them to hospital. So far, 2 cars overturn at that stretch of the road in past 3 years; at the same spot; along side with the "coconut seller" stall. very straight road but 2 major accident happen there so far.

This prompt me to write this email to all of you.
There are 3 roads stretch leading to Puteri Puchong 10 which are considered dangerous due to the design of the road : (poor engineering design).
  1. Please slow down when you drive along the main road near Columbia Asia Hospital. The curve up hill has blind spot and a lot of cars will speed up through the T junction there.
  2. Along the main road after past the "Coconut seller" stall, please slow down and don't speed. It is a straight road but with 10 degree curve. However, the "hump" there has no sign board. Drivers will speed and press emergency break when noticed a "hump" there. The "hump' is quite high and it will cause the car to fly up and turn turtle.
  3. When you make a right turn from main road to Puteri 10, near the guard house, please be extra careful as the oncoming motorist normally drives very FAST. Also, there are bushes that block the view. If you can't see, just honk and blink your high beam lights to signal the guard to check any speeding motorist coming from the hill top or not. How I wish someone from Melia Committee push the MPSJ to have few "humps" along the road. I rang IOI and IOI asked me to call MPSJ. I rang MPSJ last year and they "noted and will act". So far, nothing yet. Please act before any accidents happen there.
  4. Another one is behind Puteri 10 leading to Putrajaya or KLIA road (near Puchong Hartamas). There is a 90 degree curve along the uphill towards downhill. A lot of truck and vans like to park their vehicle there. This pose a dangerous to other oncoming vehicle as obviously, it is a blind spot there.

Friday, September 3, 2010

New guidelines for gated, guarded housing areas in effect immediately

theStar: New guidelines for gated, guarded housing areas in effect immediately

PUTRAJAYA: New guidelines for gated communities and guarded neighbourhoods will be implemented with immediate effect, Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said Thursday.

These include a specific height for fences and a permanent guardhouse with security personnel manning the area around the clock for gated communities, while guarded neighbourhoods must ensure that boom gates and guard posts are temporary structures which can be removed if found unsuitable by the local authorities.

However, existing gated communities and guarded neighbourhoods have been exempted from having to follow the guidelines.

"Local authorities will approve the gated community concept by developers or guarded neighbourhoods proposed by residents' associations only if all points stated in the guidelines are met," Muhyiddin told reporters here after chairing the National Council for Local Government meeting.

He added that the guidelines, approved and endorsed by council, were aimed at streamline these facilities.

"The guidelines, however, do not touch on the issue of pricing as this is for the concerned parties to negotiate and decide," he said.

Muhyiddin said it was also important that approval be given by a higher percentage of residents before a guarded neighbourhood could be implemented.

He added that a by-law would later be formulated to allow local authorities to take action against those failing to abide by the guidelines.

In a gated community, all roads and facilities in the gated areas are privately-owned, whereas in guarded neighbourhoods, residents engage security services but the roads and facilities within the area are public infrastructure.

Gated communities and guarded neighbourhoods have sprung up in recent years, especially in urban areas, as a initiative by residents to protect themselves.

However, criticism has been levelled at the security firms employed as they often limit access to the areas.


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