3/12/2013 RA Reporting
Coincidentally, over a decade old article which appeared in THE EDGE published on December 17, 2001 explicitly touching on the controversial subject of fenced up and guarded access to each phase of Taman Putra Prima was brought to the attention of the RA/Gabungan.
The then GM Mr Ivan Hor says “extra” features provided at no additional cost are what differentiate Taman Putra Prima from other developments. Each phase for instance, will be fenced up, with his own guarded access and this is for free.
“When people buy these homes, they don’t expect it to come with a security feature. But here, this is exactly what we are giving them, We didn’t even advertise this in our sales brochure,” Hor reveals.
The developer also plans to build wading pools and cabanas to facilitate community building. The plan for these have been submitted to the local authorities, and Hor says approval has been given in principle.
Foot and bicycle path will be linked, enabling residents to walk or cycle within the township. There are also plans to incorporate cul-de-sacs to reduce the free flow of traffic and speeding within the housing area.
below is the scanned copy of the original article from THE EDGE
thus leaving less “Green area” for the residents…what happens to the 63 acres “Linear Green” as promised by the then GM.
The article also mentioned the developer intended to spend RM4.2m on landscaping of 63 acres under “Linear Green” concept. I would like to ask the developer have they fulfilled the promise.
We need to get a copy of the original master plan approved by MPS to find out how the developer shortchanged the purchasers of Taman Putra Prima.
I have seen the original master plan —there were plans for clubhouse & semi-D & bungalows in our Taman. They have changed that to terrace houses(Phase 6A) currently under construction. To the developer, it makes business sense as they can sell more houses compared to semi-d / bungalows…though it cost around RM1m which is by the way not cheap! To us, the density of our Taman is much more than what was originally planned. It also boils to the question of whether the infrastructure(roads) in our Taman can cope with the increase in number of houses & residents. Even parks in the case of Phase 8A & 8B needs to be shared.
In urban planning culs-de-sac are created to limit through-traffic in residential areas. While some cul-de-sac streets provide no possible passage except in and out of their road entry, others allow cyclists, pedestrians or other non-automotive traffic to pass through connecting easements or paths.
“Pelaksanaan Skim Komuniti Berpagar & Berpengawal hanya dibenarkan bagi kawasan komuniti yang tidak mempunyai jalan bersambung atau dihubungkan dengan kawasan komuniti bersebelahan dan sekitarnya (cul-de-sac sahaja dibenarkan).” MPSepang
In the world of business, conditions are changing all the time and so do business decisions. For example, when a regulation changed, businesses need to change the way of doing business to comply with the new regulation. Same with a company when it is not doing so well, it needs to change its’ policy or management team to reposition itself in the market.
What is important here is to work together towards a better living condition for the residents of Taman Putra Prima instead of working against each others which will not benefit us at all. Phase 8A has been blessed with a good chairman and hope the other phases can work hard to improve.
unbelievable…. u manage to trace a news in12years back. Hey PLENITUDE you should watch this!!! looks proud infront of media. look at 12years later today you left us a big Big BIGGGGGGGGGG SHIT to us!
Thanks for sharing the joke of the decades from our beloved developer.
Plenitude Permai Sdn Bhd (formerly known as Sepang Permai Sdn Bhd) was incorporated in 1994 with its main business activity in property development. Its current development is a 451.63 acres mixed-development project called Taman Putra Prima in the district of Sepang, Selangor.
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