Bandar Botanic Layout Plan

Bandar Botanic Layout Plan

Monday, 18 April 2011

BBRAeNEWS No.382 - The unseen hand

Dear Residents,

We would like to highlight some of the pains involved to keep our neighbourhood clean. Many residents and visitors take cleanliness for granted and think that rubbish thrown, will disappear in the drains and lakes or evaporate.

This is of course not the case. We would like to highlight the cleaning up of our drains and roads by the developer's Township Team. Led by Mr Ng, his team has taken a lot of effort to clean the mess in our township. In the future, it is hoped that we can stop littering and not take cleanliness in our own neighbourhood for granted.

Some of painstaking efforts done by Township within the last month include:
Sweeping of rubbish along Jalan Langat, main entrance to Botanic

Clearing of rubbish in the shared monsoon drain along Persiaran Casuarina

Clearing of rubbish at the monsoon drain near Casuarina Apartments

Cleaning of the drain at the Kesas highway

More clearing of rubbish from the monsoon drain near Casuarina Apartments

Removal of rubbish at the 3-way roundabout in Botanic

Cleaning of drains along Jalan Langat, near Shell Station

Tuesday, 12 April 2011

BBRAeNEWS No.381 - Temporary wall erected at Botanic Park

Dear Residents,

A Jenaris resident has brought to the attention the erecting of a temporary wall opposite the Tai Chi course, across the bridge where residents have previously complaint about sand and mud that seeps onto the jogging track after a downpour.

The wall which was constructed by MPK is to prevent such soil erosion spilling onto the jogging track. While this is a good step by MPK to further improve our park facilities, it is with hope that a permanent solution can be found to curb soil erosion.

This can be in the form of a proper drainage system or proper soil treatment. BBRA hopes that MPK will look into finding a permanent solution in the near future.

Tuesday, 5 April 2011

BBRAeNEWS No.380 - Tzu Chi Recycling Activity

Dear Residents,

On every 1st Thursday of the month, the Taiwan Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation Malaysia (Klang) will organise a recycling for charity event from 7pm to 9pm the field between Kiara 2 & Jenaris 1. That means the first event this month will be this coming Thursday, 7th of April 2011.

Items that are accepted include old clothes, metal and aluminium, glass, paper and plastic. For further information, please contact Mr Jeff Lim at telephone 03-51612048 or email at Alternatively, you may also visit their website at