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Hi, staying at phase 1, we will appreciate the estate management can ensure all outside drains and manholes are cleared of tree roots and debris periodically, as we have flooded front porch due to heavy rains these few days. In addition, all the tree branches are trimmed periodically as these tree branches has grown into our house perimeter, causing algae/molds forming on our concrete walls. Thank you.

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There will be changes at the guardhouse for ALL incoming & outgoing traffic (incl owners & residents) starting Dec 11th. For ease of registration, it is important you have valid access cards. A copy of the notice should be in your letter box.
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Many of you would have read the “house-turned-hostel” article. The article seems to be suspiciously selective in only presenting certain allegations, many without supporting data. I would like to share more data points so a more complete picture can emerge, instead of being led to feel only the tail & conclude the elephant is very much like a rope in the fable “Blind men and an elephant”.

1. There’s no supporting data to suggest a hostel, low cost hotel-like service where many people check in/out on daily basis, exist in East Ledang. However, there’s supporting data Forest City has leased some units in EL for its professional workers from China eg. engineers etc. EL has always had companies leasing units for workers from India, Spain, UK etc, as well as for students from local universities. Renting out to companies is perfectly legal so long as it is for residential purpose ie. to live in.

2. My understanding of having chefs cooking centrally & distribute food to other units does not make it “commercial”, neither does using restaurant-type gas cylinder / stove. If you wear the same brand shoes as Ronaldo playing soccer, it does not mean you’re playing professionally.

3. My understanding is one of the Protem Committee’s Chinese speaking member previously made enquiries with the Forest City workers, and was informed they have about 10 occupants in the 4-bedroom units, not 20 as alleged in the article. It is true currently there’s no supporting data whether its 10 or 20. If there’s evidence the number exceeds legal regulation, then action should be taken by UEM (property manager) or the appropriate authority. However, actions should not be taken based alone on allegations.

4. The article did however provide supporting evidence of outdoor cooking & rubbish piled up next to the bin. One needs to check with MPJBT if outdoor cooking is permitted & if there’s any related regulation, before assuming its prohibited or non-compliant. There are also other households in EL with outdoor cooking (outdoor wet kitchen, BBQ etc). We also need to learn how to handle rubbish when the bin is full, especially the rubbish truck does not always turn-up as per scheduled. There are also other households with similar piled up rubbish situation. Either way, these issues did not occur because those houses allegedly turned into “hostels” or residents are Chinese workers. They also happen with other households.

4-bedroom houses rented out to companies with 10 occupants is hardly “house-turned-hostel”. There are also some big owner-occupied families in EL with perhaps 10 occupants or more. Except for the headline, the journalist almost entirely quoted others’ allegations and had no findings herself. She was either negligent in researching & verifying those allegations, or intentionally provided a platform to help others make allegations to wider audience.

It is likely there were some actions that could have generated discomfort among some residents. Those issues should be treated in the same manner as other individual-leased or owner-occupied residents. Some common issues are indeed not easy to address eg. noise, rubbish, dogs etc, irrespective of the status of the residents. Shifting the issues to sensational allegations such as “house-turned-hostel”, workers’ quarters, “commercial” etc only damages the credibility of the complaints & weakens the arguments right from the start.


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Start Date & Time: 2017-11-25 08:00:00
End Date & Time: 2017-12-03 23:00:00
Posted By: Community Services
Venue: Puteri Harbour, Iskandar Puteri / Educity Sports Complex

You are cordially invited to two major celebrations in Iskandar Puteri this year as Iskarnival 2017 returns to Iskandar Puteri for two weekends of arts, culture and sports with exciting new additions!

UEM Sunrise Berhad, Iskandar Investment Berhad and Khazanah Nasional Berhad; are collaborating for the sixth time on Iskarnival 2017. The Johor-based carnival offers two whole weekends of fun-filled activities, live music and sports, while showcasing life in the burgeoning community of Iskandar Puteri which has recently been awarded the city status.

This year, Iskarnival will be presenting two new concepts – Iskarnival Kool and Iskarnival Aktif.

Iskarnival Kool will showcase local culture, creative communities and new trends in entertainment and lifestyle, while Iskarnival Aktif will offer a variety of sports and fitness activities ranging from international sports tournaments to demonstrations and workshops. There will also be musical and cultural performances spread out over both weekends including free concerts by several renowned artistes including Alleycats, Sheila Majid, Yuna and Zainal Abidin.

The first of the two festivals will be Iskarnival Kool, held from 25 - 26 November 2017 at Puteri Harbour.

Iskarnival Aktif will take place the following week from 2 - 3 December 2017 at EduCity Sports Complex!

Log on to for more information on the festival!

Yours sincerely,
Edgenta TMS Sdn Bhd
Level 6, Imperia Office Tower, Jalan Laksamana 1, Iskandar Puteri, Johor 79250
P: +607-5330000
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Community Notice for East Ledang

Mosquitoes Fogging Exercise
Posted by: Muhammad Faris Nordin

Please be informed that there will be a mosquitoes fogging exercise at East Ledang tentatively as follows:

Date : Tuesday, 10/10/2017
Time : 5.30 p.m until 7.30 p.m

During this exercise, we are seek your assistance to take the following precaution to minimize direct exposure:

• Whenever possible, stay indoors during spraying. Persons with asthma or other respiratory conditions especially are encouraged to stay inside during spraying since direct exposure could worsen these conditions.

• Please do not leave food exposed

• Remove children's toys, outdoor equipment, and clothes from outdoor areas during spraying. If outdoor equipment and toys are exposed to pesticides, wash them with soap and water before using again.

• Wash skin and clothing exposed to pesticides with soap and water. Always wash your produce thoroughly with water before cooking or eating.

Note: Fogging will only be carried out during favourable weather conditions, otherwise the exercise will be postponed to the following day.

Thank You.

The Management

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Hello everyone, especially Home Owners

Please see attached notice from UEM Edgenta. This is a result of many complaints from residents about uncut lawns and unattended pools etc.

Protem has worked with UEME to identify over 170 properties needing attention, that are in contravention of the DMC. This notice gives owners 14days to rectify any issues on their property otherwise UEME will take corrective action, as they are allowed by the DMC, and charge all costs back to the owners account. See attached table for charges.

However as there are many properties it will take many weeks to attend to all, so please bear with us. And by the time its all done, it will be time to start again, but this is a standing notice so there may be ongoing action on properties, without further written advice.
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