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Old August 10th, 2012, 03:42 AM   #421
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I was there @ One U on Weds too...
Many peoples actually went there to collect free BR ice-creams...

One U really needs to step-up the security to deter rising crimes....May be they need to install metal detector just like Bangkok's Siam Paragon @ parking !!!

Friday August 10, 2012

Security guards stop fleeing robbery suspects at 1Utama shopping centre
By A. RUBAN
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PETALING JAYA: Four men were nabbed by security guards in a mall here when they tried to flee after being spotted behaving suspiciously in the carpark.

The men in the car rammed into several other vehicles at the basement carpark when they sped against traffic flow to flee from guards patrolling the mall.

They were nabbed after their car got stuck on a divider in the Wednesday night drama at the 1Utama shopping centre in Bandar Utama.

A police source said the suspects were waiting to rob shoppers.

Drama in carpark: Police personnel inspecting the car which the suspects rammed onto a divider in their bid to escape.

He said the car had earlier been reported stolen in Sungai Buloh. Two parang were found in the boot.

A witness said the suspects were loitering on the fourth level of the carpark earlier.

“Despite being blocked by other cars, the suspects were desperate to escape and drove till their car got stuck on the divider,” he said, adding that the four men were handed over to the police.

Petaling Jaya police chief ACP Arjunaidi Mohamed confirmed that police had received a report on the incident.

The management of 1Utama, on its Facebook page, thanked shoppers for their positive comments and encouraging words for the mall's security team.

They, however, reminded shoppers to “always be vigilant and to help each other in ensuring safety” at the shopping centre.

In SHAH ALAM, Selangor CID chief SAC Mohd Adnan Abdullah said the four suspects had been remanded and that the police would investigate their modus operandi.

“The security guards suspected something amiss when they noticed the four men waiting in a Proton Wira at the parking bay.

“When the guards approached them, they sped off. However, they failed to escape.”

Meanwhile, SAC Mohd Adnan said the police had concluded their probe into the death of TV9 administrative executive Syaleza Jaffar. He, however, declined to give details.

Syaleza was found with strangulation marks on her neck at her home in Saujana Apartment, Damansara Damai, on July 28.

A man, said to be a relative, has since been remanded and questioned while statements have been recorded from 23 others.

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Old August 10th, 2012, 06:21 AM   #423
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My shopping experiences with 1 Utama were not all together pleasant especially parking problem (I got my car severely scratched and wasn't given the green light to view the cctv with police officer), but since I live in BU and therefore I still go there for basic shopping but I'll try to go there less often because of my bad experiences and the frequent crimes took place at 1 Utama.

What I was most unhappy about the reply letter from the management of 1 Utama was that they were emphasizing they had no responsibility to pay for the cost of the damage as if I were only interested in the money (in fact money wasn't mentioned at all on my part, I just want to know who did the vandalism and I thought it might be an insider). I guess now they are trying to woo the customers back to the mall. I spent about 33% less at 1 Utama every month as the consequences. Luckily now I have the Curve and the Paradigm.
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Old August 10th, 2012, 07:27 AM   #424
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What I was most unhappy about the reply letter from the management of 1 Utama was that they were emphasizing they had no responsibility to pay for the cost of the damage[/B] as if I were only interested in the money (in fact money wasn't mentioned at all on my part, I just want to know who did the vandalism and I thought it might be an insider). I guess now they are trying to woo the customers back to the mall. I spent about 33% less at 1 Utama every month as the consequences. Luckily now I have the Curve and the Paradigm.
Could someone with some legal background explain why that is they/malls not responsible ?They want us to shop at their mall,they provide parking and its not free and yet they not responsible for the safety of the car?How does that work?
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Could someone with some legal background explain why that is they/malls not responsible ?They want us to shop at their mall,they provide parking and its not free and yet they not responsible for the safety of the car?How does that work?
Actually the police officer told me that the mall cannot rule out the possibility of responsibility of any loss depending on the situation. But one has to have the resources and stamina to follow up legally with the mall concerning cases one thinks one has a chance. For my case, the mall would not give the green light for me and police officer to view the cctv, thus I guess something is quite strange and uncommon.

Big elephant steps the crab to death. My conclusion is that the more you know about the mall, the less you want to do shopping in it.
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Old August 10th, 2012, 05:31 PM   #426
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Pertama Complex traders attribute lack of business to road closure
Source and more: http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp.../11825319&sec=

TRADERS in Pertama Complex, Kuala Lumpur are attributing the lack of business to the closure of Jalan Semarang and a 76m-long fence built by the Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) in Jalan Raja Laut.

Currently, shoppers are entering the carpark via Jalan Semarang. However, the road is closed by the police during peak hours to alleviate traffic congestion in the area.

Traders felt shoppers were reluctant to patronise the complex during peak hours as they have to brave through the heavy traffic in Jalan Raja Laut and Jalan Esfahan before reaching the carpark.
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Upcoming Major Shopping Malls in Greater Kuala Lumpur by 2015
In Conjunction with the Listing of IGB REIT on Bursa Malaysia Main Market | Independent Retail Property Market Report Aug-12 by CB Richard Ellis Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur | Presented by Patchay Urban Reseach - August 11, 2012
Source: http://www.sc.com.my/eng/html/Prospe..._appendixB.pdf


Shopping Centres / Net Lettable Area sq ft

1. IOI City Mall, Putrajaya 1,350,000 sq ft

2. Boustead Retail Cochrane 1,200,000 sq ft

3. Empire City Mall 1,000,000 sq ft

4. i-City Mall 1,000,000 sq ft

5. Sunway Velocity Lifestyle Mall 850,000 sq ft

6. Atria Shopping Gallery 660,000 sq ft

7. Nu Sentral Mall 650,000 sq ft

8. Sunway Putra Place Mall (After Redevelopment) 501,000 sq ft

9. Sunway Pyramid Phase 3 and 4 500,000 sq ft (Phase 3 is 62,000 sq ft only)

10. Cheras Central Shopping Mall 456,973 sq ft

11. Suria KLCC 2 Extension 450,000 sq ft

12. da:MEN USJ 1 Shopping Centre 400,000 sq ft

13. Damansara Uptown Mall 400,000 sq ft

14. M Square Shopping Centre Puchong 380,000 sq ft

15. Avenue Street Mall Sg. Buloh 370,000 sq ft

16. The Strand Mall Kota Damansara 308,800 sq ft

17. The Wharf Mall Puchong 302,739 sq ft

18. Pavilion Kuala Lumpur 2 Extension 300,000 sq ft

19. KL Eco City Retail Place 300,000 sq ft

20. Jaya Shopping Gallery 300,000 sq ft

21. Damansara City Mall 188,452 sq ft

and many more under planning and development order stage...



Retail Malls Completed during the Last 18 Months:

Shopping Centres / Net Lettable Area sq ft

1. Setia City Mall 700,000 sq ft

2. Paradigm Mall 700,000 sq ft

3. Viva Mall Jalan Ipoh 660,000 sq ft

4. Space U8, Bukit Jelutong 619,280 sq ft

5. Kenanga Wholesale City 500,000 sq ft

6. KL Festival City, Setapak 450,000 sq ft

7. CITTA Mall Ara Damansara 424,467 sq ft

8. 1Shamelin Shopping Centre 420,000 sq ft

9. AEON Rawang Shopping Centre 370,000 sq ft

10. Publika @ Solaris Dutamas 335,000 sq ft

11. Mines 2 Street Mall, Seri Kembangan 300,000 sq ft

12. 1Mont'Kiara Mall 225,920 sq ft

13. Giant Cheras Mall 200,000 sq ft

14. First Subang Mall 140,000 sq ft

15. Suria KLCC Ramlee Extension 140,000 sq ft

16. PIKOM ICT Mall @ CapSquare 80,219 sq ft

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Old August 11th, 2012, 04:05 PM   #430
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Retail Malls Completed during the Last 18 Months:

Shopping Centres / Net Lettable Area sq ft

1. Setia City Mall 700,000 sq ft

2. Paradigm Mall 700,000 sq ft

3. Viva Mall Jalan Ipoh 660,000 sq ft

4. Space U8, Bukit Jelutong 619,280 sq ft

5. Kenanga Wholesale City 500,000 sq ft

6. KL Festival City, Setapak 450,000 sq ft

7. CITTA Mall Ara Damansara 424,467 sq ft

8. 1Shamelin Shopping Centre 420,000 sq ft

9. AEON Rawang Shopping Centre 370,000 sq ft

10. Publika @ Solaris Dutamas 335,000 sq ft

11. Mines 2 Street Mall, Seri Kembangan 300,000 sq ft

12. 1Mont'Kiara Mall 225,920 sq ft

13. Giant Cheras Mall 200,000 sq ft

14. First Subang Mall 140,000 sq ft

15. Suria KLCC Ramlee Extension 140,000 sq ft

16. PIKOM ICT Mall @ CapSquare 80,219 sq ft



You left out VIVA HOME, Jalan Loke Yew which opened on 15th April 2011
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Old August 11th, 2012, 04:32 PM   #431
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You left out VIVA HOME, Jalan Loke Yew which opened on 15th April 2011
No. 3 sir.... should be reinstated as Viva Home Mall, Jalan Loke Yew instead of Viva Mall, Jalan Ipoh.
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Old August 12th, 2012, 02:27 PM   #434
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Upcoming Major Shopping Malls in Greater Kuala Lumpur by 2015
In Conjunction with the Listing of IGB REIT on Bursa Malaysia Main Market | Independent Retail Property Market Report Aug-12 by CB Richard Ellis Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur | Presented by Patchay Urban Reseach - August 11, 2012
Source: http://www.sc.com.my/eng/html/Prospe..._appendixB.pdf


Shopping Centres / Net Lettable Area sq ft

1. IOI City Mall, Putrajaya 1,350,000 sq ft

2. Boustead Retail Cochrane 1,200,000 sq ft

3. Empire City Mall 1,000,000 sq ft

4. i-City Mall 1,000,000 sq ft

5. Sunway Velocity Lifestyle Mall 850,000 sq ft

6. Atria Shopping Gallery 660,000 sq ft

7. Nu Sentral Mall 650,000 sq ft

8. Sunway Putra Place Mall (After Redevelopment) 501,000 sq ft

9. Sunway Pyramid Phase 3 and 4 500,000 sq ft (Phase 3 is 62,000 sq ft only)

10. Cheras Central Shopping Mall 456,973 sq ft

11. Suria KLCC 2 Extension 450,000 sq ft

12. da:MEN USJ 1 Shopping Centre 400,000 sq ft

13. Damansara Uptown Mall 400,000 sq ft

14. M Square Shopping Centre Puchong 380,000 sq ft

15. Avenue Street Mall Sg. Buloh 370,000 sq ft

16. The Strand Mall Kota Damansara 308,800 sq ft

17. The Wharf Mall Puchong 302,739 sq ft

18. Pavilion Kuala Lumpur 2 Extension 300,000 sq ft

19. KL Eco City Retail Place 300,000 sq ft

20. Jaya Shopping Gallery 300,000 sq ft

21. Damansara City Mall 188,452 sq ft

and many more under planning and development order stage...



Retail Malls Completed during the Last 18 Months:

Shopping Centres / Net Lettable Area sq ft

1. Setia City Mall 700,000 sq ft

2. Paradigm Mall 700,000 sq ft

3. Viva Mall Jalan Ipoh 660,000 sq ft

4. Space U8, Bukit Jelutong 619,280 sq ft

5. Kenanga Wholesale City 500,000 sq ft

6. KL Festival City, Setapak 450,000 sq ft

7. CITTA Mall Ara Damansara 424,467 sq ft

8. 1Shamelin Shopping Centre 420,000 sq ft

9. AEON Rawang Shopping Centre 370,000 sq ft

10. Publika @ Solaris Dutamas 335,000 sq ft

11. Mines 2 Street Mall, Seri Kembangan 300,000 sq ft

12. 1Mont'Kiara Mall 225,920 sq ft

13. Giant Cheras Mall 200,000 sq ft

14. First Subang Mall 140,000 sq ft

15. Suria KLCC Ramlee Extension 140,000 sq ft

16. PIKOM ICT Mall @ CapSquare 80,219 sq ft

what about SS2 Mall?
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what about SS2 Mall?
I think SStwo Mall belongs in 2010.

I remember going there for Times Book Fair like this one:



But it tells us time really flies.... and the mall is still dead.
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I think SStwo Mall belongs in 2010.

I remember going there for Times Book Fair like this one:



But it tells us time really flies.... and the mall is still dead.
time really flies
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By Lee Wei Lian

August 13, 2012


KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 13 — The Klang Valley’s crime rates are causing the already high cost of living and doing business to go up even as the stress of constantly looking over their shoulders impacts the productivity of residents and their feelings of well-being.

From shopping malls to restaurants, from homes to offices, Malaysians living in and around the nation’s capital are having to shoulder the burden of spending more on safety measures due to a general sense of insecurity that was made worse by a spate of shocking crime incidents in the past few months and a feeling that more people they personally know were becoming victims of crime.




The diversion of money into security risks cutting into the amount available for re-investment into more productive areas of business could even deter investment altogether as well as reduce the consumption power of Malaysians just as the country is trying to rebalance its economy to depend more on domestic spending rather than external demand.

Ken Wong, 35, who operates several kopitiam-style cafes and lives in a gated community here, says he feels like crime has not only gone up but also increased the costs of living and doing business.

In addition to the over 20 CCTVs he installed, Wong recently signed up to spend over RM300 a month for a new panic button service for one of his cafes that will allow staff to call for help with a touch of a button in the event of a robbery. He also opted to increase his insurance against theft on the premises.

“I now pay more for my insurance premiums and the new panic button service which could be money saved if area security is better,” he said.

His home in a hill-top gated community in KL also comes at a high price of a RM1,200 monthly fee.

The high charge is due to the fact that because the area is completely enclosed by motion sensitive perimeter fencing, the neighbourhood has to incur additional costs to take ownership of its roads and street lights and services such as landscaping and garbage collection as the local town council will no longer be responsible.

But the RM1,200 also buys peace of mind as neighbours can leave their gates open — a rare luxury in KL — without overwhelming fear of getting robbed by parang-armed gangs.

“If possible, I wouldn’t want to have to pay so much,” he said. “Paying RM1,200 is almost like paying instalments on a new mortgage.”

Many others in KL are not so lucky as their neighbourhoods have so many entry points that it is too difficult to block access to outsiders even if they could afford the additional costs to buy extra security.

Wong says that his aunt, who lived in an ungated neighbourhood in northern KL before moving to Puchong, had her car stolen twice in one year about two years ago.

Shopping malls in the Klang Valley are apparently also having to overspend on security compared to their counterparts in developed countries.

Malaysian Association for Shopping and Highrise Complex Management president H.C. Chan said that on a recent visit to Australia, he was exchanging notes with executives of a shopping mall there and was surprised to discover that they only needed 15 security personnel for a shopping mall that is larger than KL’s MidValley Megamall.

“A similar-size mall in Malaysia would have 10 times more security guards,” he said. “This trend is quite common. In UK, it is also the same case as in Australia. We are spending more per capita on security than other countries.”

Chan, who is also CEO of Sunway Shopping Malls, said he was worried the country could develop a reputation that would scare away tourists and impact the RM1 billion-a-week tourism industry, of which about a quarter goes to shopping.

He said he hasn’t seen a significant impact on shopping malls yet but is concerned the stories on crime will be picked up overseas.

Datuk Akhbar Satar, the director of HELP University’s Institute of Crime and Criminology, said the crime rates that contribute to a sense of insecurity could be related to the level of development of the country.

“It is important that integrity is part of a child’s upbringing,” he said.

Akhbar also said there was a lack of interest in crime research in the country.

“People like to study politics but not crime,” he said.

Akhbar added that crime could have a dampening effect on productivity and investment.

“If people felt more secure, they would be more willing to stay late at the office,” he noted. “If there is lack of security, who would want to invest?”

RAM Ratings chief economist Yeah Kim Leng said the most direct cost of crime on the economy was the toll on human resources.

“If people are directly hit by crime, there is a loss of productive capacity and there is also the psychological cost — the fear — and it may also result in the pullout or closure of business,’” he said.

Yeah said if insecurity became pervasive, it could lead to lower levels of investment as more feel deterred from starting a new business as well as a re-allocation of resources to safety matters.

“The increased cost of doing business will have a dampening effect,” he said. “The worst-case scenario is that there is a total loss of confidence and then businesses and people will take flight.”

Yeah noted however that official statistics point to a drop in crime rates despite the widespread public concern.

“What they need to do is redeploy resources to crime hotspots,” he suggested. “And show a detailed breakdown of statistics to give people greater confidence in the figures.”

Residents in the Klang Valley have long lived in fear of having their bags snatched or being attacked in their own homes by violent criminals, resulting in the sprouting of makeshift security posts barricading entry into various housing estates around the city and the increasing popularity of gated and guarded new housing developments.

The Najib administration vowed to reduced crime under the Government Transformation Programme (GTP) launched in 2009, but the spike in sensational crimes such as a series of attempted kidnappings at popular shopping malls in recent months brought the issue of public safety back into the fore

The government sought to allay fears over the apparent surge in crime rates by releasing statistics showing the country’s crime index dropped by 10.1 per cent to 63,221 cases in the first five months of this year from 70,343 during the same period last year.

The new chairman of the GTP National Key Result Area Secretariat, Datuk Wira Ayub Yaakob, had said that the implementation of the crime reduction initiative will be reviewed and enhanced.

For people like café owner Wong, however, statistics showing a drop in crime have not been of much comfort.

“It is mentally distressing to have to worry about our safety every time we leave the house,” he said.

http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/m...stress-levels/
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The guarded and gated shopping experiences are in the making.
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It is definitely safer. I'll wait until it is 4D online shopping. I did some online shopping with groupon before but found it most of the time quite unpleasant such as late delivery or it wasn't what you expected.
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