Monday, April 7, 2014

Puchong Utama Interchange - Tender Awarded























Construction is expected to be completed in 2016

Thursday, April 3, 2014

Puchong I-Hub: New Road Being Built






















A new section of road (blue line) being built near the southwest boundary of Taman Putra Prima. Once completed, this new road will lead you to Puchong I-Hub. More info on Puchong I-Hub Here

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Phases in Taman Putra Prima - Update 2014

The total amount of houses in Taman Putra Prima is 2785 units not including 6A and 3E.

Phase 3E – 2014
29 units three storey link houses
58 units double storey link houses

Phase 6A – 2013
45 units three storey link houses (24'/25' x 70')
60 units double storey link houses (24'/25' x 70')

Phase 8B – 2010
62 units 2.5 storey link houses (22' x 65')
186 units double storey link houses (22' x 65')

Phase 8A – 2009
197 units double storey link houses (22' x 65')

Phase 9A & 9B - 2008
72 units 2/3 Storey Shop/Office (22' x 60')

Phase 4B – 2008
224 units double storey link houses (22' x 75')

Phase 3C – 2008
22 units double storey link houses (25'x80')

Phase 4A – 2006
220 units double storey link houses (22' x 75')

Phase 2D3 - 2005
32 units 2/3 Storey Shop/Office

Phase 4C - 2005
180 units double storey link houses (20' x 70')

Phase 4D – 2004
208 units double storey link houses (18 x 65)

Phase 2D2 - 2004
16 units 2/3 Storey Shop/Office

Phase 3A- 2003
126 units double storey link houses (20’ x 65’)

Phase 3B – 2003
309 units double storey link houses (20' X 70' & 20' X 80')

Phase 2B - 2002
221 units double storey link houses (20' X 70' & 20' X 80')

Phase 2D -2002
16 units Of 2/3 Storey Shop/Office

Phase 2E - 2001
311 units double storey link houses (22' x 65')

Phase 2A - 2000
322 units double storey link houses (20'x70')

Phase 1B - 1999
91 units double storey link houses (20'x70')

Phase 1A - 1999
106 units double storey link houses (20'x70')

KFCH International College's Hostel Moved Out From Taman Putra Prima


Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Monday, November 4, 2013

Putra Prima folk want public hall













A COMMUNITY hall is a common facility that is missing and sorely needed by residents of Taman Putra Prima in Puchong.
“A community hall will serve as a focal point for residents’ gathering,” said Taman Putra Prima Puchong Residents’ Association Coalition president and Taman Putra Prima Phase 8A Residents’ Association chairman Kong Kok Meng.
“Besides being used as a venue for the RA meetings, the community hall will be a place for residents’ get-togethers and functions, as well as a venue for recreation and sports.
“While we understand that it is the Government’s responsibility to build a community hall, we feel that the developer could have it built as part of their corporate social responsibility (CSR) or after-sales service for its buyers.
“The developer of the neighbouring Taman Mas contributed RM400,000 to build a community hall for that neighbourhood, so we feel something similar could be extended here.”
Kong said the coalition represents seven housing phases and about 3,000 houses in Taman Putra Prima.
“There is also a need for amenities and services such as post office, schools, banks and petrol stations to make this a more self-contained township,” said coalition deputy president and Taman Putra Prima Phase 2A RA chairman Steve Jong.
The lack of facilities and need for a copy of the township’s latest masterplan were highlighted during a townhall meeting held by the Sepang Municipal Council (MPSepang) with residents of Taman Putra Prima and its surrounding neighbourhood of Taman Mas and Kampung Sri Aman, Puchong.
Representatives from MPSepang’s key departments, including Urban Services, Health, Engineering, Landscape and Town Planning, were on hand to explain each department’s primary functions and provide feedback on residents’ comments.
MPSepang councillor and Taman Mas/ Putra Prima zone community consultative committee (JPP) chairman M. Pulanthran chaired the townhall meeting.
Taman Mas Puchong’s Jati Apartment Block D RA chairman Shamsuhaimi Abd Razak and Jong highlighted the need for more reliable bus services to ply the neighbourhood and serve the community, particularly those from the low-income group.
They said the current sole company providing bus service only plies the route once every two hours, hence a need for the frequency to be increased to half-hour intervals.
On this, Pulanthran said he would discuss with MPSepang president Mohd Sayuthi Bakar, and decide whether the next course of action would be to write in to the Transport Ministry and Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) or request for allocation from the Dengkil assemblyman to fund the route categorised as non-profitable by bus companies.
“One of the problems with this area is that it borders the jurisdiction of three councils — MPSepang, Subang Jaya Municipal Council and Kuala Langat District Council,” said Kong.
“As such there are problems under jurisdictions we are unsure of, or are pushed among the three councils with none, willing to take responsibility.”
Other issues brought up during the townhall meeting included that of open burning, illegal gambling den, stray dogs, lack of signage to housing areas, garbage collection and facilities that are in need of repair.

Source: TheStar