Saturday, January 23, 2016
Since last posting on this blog, there had been plenty of development within the surrounding area with the addition of shoplots as well as other housing area.
Thursday, March 31, 2011
Star Avenue; consists of STAR 3-storey Shop Offices & AVENUE Street Mall Retail Lots is the newest and most happening destination in Sungai Buloh. It comprises a world of retail excitement in the Star Shops; and a world of corporate dealings in the Star Offices with creative working environments. The Star Shops are ideal for banks, cafes, restaurants, book stores, specialty stores, fashion boutiques and beauty salons.
Touted as the first and only guarded shop-office development in the vicinity, Star Avenue boasts of a range of business-friendly features that includes a wide frontage of 24' x 75' / 30' x 75', high floor to floor height, 10' wide corridors & 10' wide walkways, modern design with contemporary lifestyle concept, and ample parking facilities.
Star Avenue is strategically located within a massive population catchment that includes Subang, Subang Bestari, Sungai Buloh, Bukit Rahman Putra, Ara Damansara, Kota Damansara, Mutiara Damansara, Shah Alam, the upcoming HELP Campus with at least 13,000 students, and the upcoming development of 3,300 acres at RRIM.
In addition, Star Avenue is the first commercial project along Jln Sungai Buloh that directly affronts the new Jln Sungai Buloh highway to Shah Alam & Kota Damansara. It also enjoys great visibility from Jln Lapangan Terbang/Jln Sungai Buloh, as well as good accessibility via Jalan Sungai Buloh, Guthrie Corridor, NKVE and Jalan Lapangan Terbang Subang.
- Located within the vicinity of the proposed MRT station
- Fronting the busy new highway between Shah Alam & Kota Damansara
- Multiple access via Jalan Sungai Buloh, Guthrie Corridor, NKVE & Jalan Lapangan Terbang Subang
- Next to RRIM (3,300-acre land to be developed by EPF / MRCB)
- Near to upcoming HELP University College (estimated student population up to 13,000)
- Neighbours include Bandar Sri Damansara, Bandar Utama, Tropicana Golf & Country Resort, Sierramas and Valencia
- Up-and-coming Country Heights Damansara
Wednesday, July 28, 2010
IMPORTANT NOTICE 重要通告
- Due to the rising crime rate surrounding our resident area, the SG Management has install a hand phone number at Guardhouse for you to report should you notice any suspicious people or incidents around our compound.
Guardhouse Tel : 016 – 2543601 保安亭电话: 016 – 2543601
- All residents are called to switch on their backyard lights after dark ( especially the houses row A and row F ) to enable the guards do night shift patrolling behind the back yard / back lane.
鉴于保安员需要在晚间漆黑中轮流巡逻我们的住户后巷，为了保安人员的安全和 看的清楚，管理层希望全部住户能在入夜后给后巷的灯火给开了，好让他们能看得清楚和巡逻时不会发生意外。尤其是A 行和 F行的住户，请给于协助。
- Recently the Management caught some psycho-person in our compound, whom subsequently handed to the police. We would like to alert all resident to be cautious, in any case you encounter similar people, kindly contact the Guardhouse or the Management Committee immediately.
- Drivers/Owners, Visitors/Friends, and Contractors who use our resident compound roads are reminded to drive slow, watch out for cycling children and/ or playing children outside the houses.
To ensure the safety and the overall welfare of the resident and their love ones can enjoy our quiet, safe and beautiful Subang Galaksi, we hope that the residents would be mindful to reduce speed around our compound.
- Lastly, a friendly reminder from Management to all owners that maintenance fees are due. Please kindly remit the payment to help enhance our beloved living quarters. The management will put up the notice board in August, for events listing, contractors costing, listing of defaulters name and unit number as a friendly reminder. Besides that, the management will start suspending the defaulters’ access card from August onwards.
From Subang Galaxy Committees and Subang Galaxy Mgt Corp Sdn Bhd.
(27th July 2010)
Monday, June 28, 2010
Thursday, May 20, 2010
THE Shah Alam City Council (MBSA) will do a review of its development projects carried out under the Local Agenda 21 programme.
Mayor Mazalan Md Noor said it had been 10 years since the Local Agenda 21 blueprint was introduced for Shah Alam and the review would show whether the council was on the right track.
“I am satisfied with the council’s sustainable development policies and programmes introduced under the Local Agenda 21 blueprint. “We must ensure that development is not carried out for the sake of developing an area but done with proper perspective so that the future generation will not suffer as a result of poor planning,” Mazlan said after opening the seminar on Local Agenda 21 for MBSA staff at Taman Botanik Selangor yesterday.
He added that MBSA was fully committed to the thrust of Local Agenda 21 which gave priority to providing social stability and being sensitive to the environment.
“Part of the objective of this seminar is to remind our councillors and officers our commitment to the Local Agenda 21 blueprint and we hope the new ones will continue the good work done by their predecessors,’’ said Mazlan.
Wednesday, May 12, 2010
This map has been prepared by a dedicated owner, for Subang Galaxy owners, to guide their guests to their special events/functions - house warming, parties, weddings, and etc. Anyone that wish to invite friends for such events can attach this map in your e-invitation card as a guidance to Subang Galaxy.
Tuesday, May 4, 2010
Apr 4, 2010
Special unit to tackle illegal ads in Shah Alam
Down with eyesores: A MBSA enforcement officer removing illegal advertisments on a lamp post during a recent operation in Section 13, Shah Alam.
THE Shah Alam City Council (MBSA) is stepping up its fight against illegal advertisements by setting up an Advertisement Unit under its Enforcement Department.
The unit will make daily patrols and scheduled operations to remove illegal advertisements plastered or hung all over the city.
“The MBSA will not compromise with those who do not respect the existing rules and regulations, and will take strict action including issuing compounds and bringing the irresponsible individuals or companies to court in our efforts to curb illegal advertisements,” it said in a statement.
In a recent operation, 40 officers from its Enforcement Depart-ment removed illegal advertisements in Section 13, Shah Alam.
A total of 454 banners advertising all sorts of services like vehicle and room rental, loans, house renovation and bank auction were removed.
The MBSA also issued two compounds to companies that placed the banners without getting the council’s permission.
The council is serious in tackling the problem as illegal banners and posters are hung or pasted all over the place, creating an eyesore around Shah Alam.
Those that are pasted on signages and road names could cause inconvenience and confusion among road users as it would make it difficult for them to identify their location or intended destination.
The MBSA reminded the public that permission was needed from its Licensing and Enforcement Department before any form of advertisement or print material was placed.
Those found guilty of hanging or placing illegal advertisements could be charged under the Advertisement By-law (MBSA) 2007 and fined RM500.
The MBSA also urged Shah Alam residents to be responsible and play a role in ensuring Shah Alam is a clean and sustainable city.