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Keeping township and residents safe


ACP Ahmad Dzaffir (centre) and Chang (third from right) together with (from second left) Kajang District Police Headquarters division head DSP Azmi Yahya, Kajang deputy police chief Supt Mohammad Sabri Abdullah and Eco Majestic assistant general manager Wong Chee Seng launching the EcoWorld Auxiliary Police Office at Ivoris, Eco Majestic.

ACP Ahmad Dzaffir (centre) and Chang (third from right) together with (from second left) Kajang District Police Headquarters division head DSP Azmi Yahya, Kajang deputy police chief Supt Mohammad Sabri Abdullah and Eco Majestic assistant general manager Wong Chee Seng launching the EcoWorld Auxiliary Police Office at Ivoris, Eco Majestic.

RESIDENTS of Eco Majestic township in Semenyih will now have better peace of mind, following the opening of an auxiliary police office.

This is Eco World Development Group Bhd’s (EcoWorld Malaysia) first auxiliary police office as compared to the current stand-alone booths in other townships.

The office, which operates seven days a week, is located at a two-storey shoplot in the Ivoris commercial development.

With a built-up area of 1,559sq ft, the office consists of an inspector room, meeting room, enquiry counters, pantry, surau, locker and workstations.

The office is utilised by the EcoWorld Auxiliary Police team in charge of Eco Majestic and neighbouring township, Eco Forest.

EcoWorld Auxiliary Police, which was established in January 2015, is the main security force and custodians of the group in promoting a “Safe City Concept” in all EcoWorld townships.

Its aim is to deliver high value security service to instil confidence and maintain a safe environment for residents.

Lions captivating guests with thrilling moves. (Right) Eco World Development Group Bhd chairman Tan Sri Liew Kee Sin (first row, sixth from left, in white) with team EcoWorld and Merrydale homebuyers as well as residents of other precincts at the handover ceremony at Merrydale.
Lions captivating guests with thrilling moves.

To-date, there are 102 personnel in EcoWorld developments across Malaysia.

The opening ceremony was launched by Kajang OCPD Asst Comm Ahmad Dzaffir Mohd Yussof, who congratulated the developer on setting up its own auxiliary police unit.

“It is estimated that there will be about 10,000 residents in over 4,000 houses in Eco Majestic by end of the year.

“The auxiliary police will definitely need to be on their toes to ensure the safety of residents,” said ACP Ahmad Dzaffir.

The 11-member force, which comprises an inspector, a corporal and nine constables, will oversee the 440.7ha township that will be divided into 12 patrolling zones.

Their office will act as a one-stop centre with a range of functions including routine and emergency calls, administering first aid, preservation of crime scene, documentation of evidence and report and a temporary holding area for criminals, to name a few.

Eco World Development Group Bhd chairman Tan Sri Liew Kee Sin (first row, sixth from left, in white) together with team EcoWorld and Merrydale homebuyers as well as residents of other precincts at the handover ceremony held at Merrydale.
Eco World Development Group Bhd chairman Tan Sri Liew Kee Sin (first row, sixth from left, in white) with team EcoWorld and Merrydale homebuyers as well as residents of other precincts at the handover ceremony at Merrydale.

EcoWorld Malaysia president and chief executive officer Datuk Chang Khim Wah highlighted that all auxiliary police personnel were trained by the police.

“They were trained in various aspects like law enforcement as well as communication and collaboration which has enabled them to effectively carry out their duties.

“With the office up and running, residents and the surrounding communities can easily get assistance from our auxiliary police,” he said.

The opening of the auxiliary police office has never been more timely as the township’s 60.7ha commercial space called Eco Majestic City, including Ivoris, is expected to be bustling with activities in three years’ time.

There will also be a relocation of SJK(C) Ton Fah at Beranang to the township.

Chang said Eco Majestic was an important development for EcoWorld, and it was the company’s vision to make it the centre of South-East Klang Valley.

Later that evening, the developer hosted an event for about 1,000 guests – homebuyers, residents and business associates – to mark the official handover of Merrydale precinct units.

Comprising 586 units of colonial-inspired two-storey terrace homes, Merrydale offers four types of houses with built-ups from 2,173sq ft to 2,683sq ft.

The Unifi-ready homes enjoy up to 6.1m of linear back garden and side lane gardens with a 2.4km jogging and cycling path connecting the entire precinct.

Unit prices start from RM801,000.

Chang said, “This is the fourth handover we have done for Eco Majestic and we are excited to see the community grow.

“Our team of trained and dedicated staff are ever ready to ensure a smooth transition for the residents when they move in.”

He added, “At EcoWorld, we strongly believe in community building and creating a sustainable community.

“We will continue to improve the infrastructure here and deliver unmatched product and service quality in all our developments.”

Held at Merrydale’s 1.5ha imperial garden, guests had an enjoyable time at the event, watching lion and dragon dance performances while enjoying cotton candy and popcorn.

Families took the opportunity to spend time together while friends joined in fun activities before proceeding to dinner under the moonlit sky.

At the same time, guests got to check out two show units that was unveiled that evening showcasing the special Merrydale Designer Homes series offer.

For the Basic ID package of RM55,000, it comes with lighting, air-conditioner, curtain and cabinet while the RM110,000 Premium ID package comes with the basics as well as wallpaper, a sofa set and a bed in the master bedroom.

   

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