EVERRISE : Pearl Commercial Centre

EVERRISE : Pearl Commercial Centre
Block B, Pearl Commercial Centre


Block C, Pearl Commercial Centre


Block B, Pearl Commercial Centre

Rajah Court Hotel

Rajah Court Hotel
in front of Everrise


Block D

Block B and C

Block B and C
Block C : Foo Ann,Lian Electrical


Welcome to Pearl Commercial Centre, this is the first strata title property build at the end of Jalan Tun Razak, Kuching, Sarawak,Malyasia. Our Goal is to share information with our members. If you find this site useful, enjoy the information available here.

First of all, we are pleased to informed that strata titles for this property has been issued. therefore, a managment Corporation has been formed, in short,we called "PCCMC " with its office at first floor, No 58-1B, Block G. the block behind Everrise Super Market. The office Contact no is 082-343052.

Pearl Commercial centre has seven (7) blocks of three storey strata shoplots. The anchor tenants for Block A - Sport Toto, "Magum 4 D", Big Sweep, Bodco Engineeing and construction etc. ; Block B - Everrise Supermarket ; Block D - Penview Inn.

If you are coming from Jalan Simpang Tiga Fly Over, turn left after SMK Pending. Another landmark is Methodist Church which is just opposite the main entrance to the centre. The Pending Methodish Kindergarden, Rajah Court Hotel is opposite us too.

Our legal Advisor is C.H.Tay and Partner

The important of supporting services like Chinese Medical store, Car repair shop, CCTV specialist, Tonner refiller, Travel Agent etc are available.

The project has its Occupation Permit at the middle of 1995. We hope to become a model commercial centre and contribute positively to the economic. If you are a property agent or developers, give us a call, we are more than willing to offer our suggestions to make your area more successful. If you have any ideas or proposal. please contact us for further discussion.

Some developers or the MC make enquiry regarding management corporation. Some seek for advice or suggestions. We also offer consultation services. If you want to rent space for shop or accommodation, please let us know your requirement.

Another supporting business here is those owners providing accomodation for the working class. There are a lot of rooms for rent available in the area.

We offer property sales or rent services too

Next to Penview Inn

Next to Penview Inn
Block C, Facing the main Road,

Saturday, November 21, 2009

Kuching Sarawak

Sarawak River, River view, Kuching, Sarawak

                                                                       Sunset View


                                                       Kuching Waterfront


Tuesday, November 10, 2009

What is The concept of Neighbourhood Watch?

Dear Friend,

What is The Neighbourhood Watch Concept ?

Neighbourhood Watch is a popular way for people of all ages to get involved in their community. It brings groups of local people together to address local crime and other community issues.

Wherever you live, you are part of a community. It may be large or small, in a town or in the country. It might be a housing estate, a rural village, a block of flats, a suburban road or a seaside resort. Unfortunately, regardless of its size, your community may be a likely target for the criminal.

It is easy to shrug 'it off and assume that it won't happen to you or that nothing can be done. In fact, a great deal can be done to prevent crime. But the police cannot do it alone. Each of us has a vital role to play by becoming actively involved in crime prevention. Residents of a community possess a very specialised knowledge of their Neighbourhood Watch even the local "beat bobby" may find hard to achieve. A police officer might not recognise someone in your garden as a stranger but your neighbour would. It is this kind of awareness and willingness to help that is the basis of Neighbourhood Watch.

By letting the police know of anything suspicious you see or hear, you are helping to reduce the opportunities for crime to occur. The more difficult it can be made for the criminal, the more likely it is that crime can be reduced.
Helping yourself by helping others

Before going on holiday, many people ask their neighbours to keep an eye on their homes while they are away. But just consider how much more confident you would feel if you knew that you and your neighbours were looking after each other's homes throughout the year. This is what Neighbourhood Watch means. Going to work, going to the shops, out for an evening or away for a weekend - you would always be able to enjoy that sense of security and peace of mind because a Neighbourhood Watch scheme operates in your area.

Neighbourhood Watch is one of the biggest and most successful crime prevention initiatives ever. Behind it lies a simple idea, and a central value shared by millions of people around the country.
Getting together with your neighbours to take action can cut local crime.Everyone knows that the police are there to fight crime, but they need your help to do an effective job. Neighbourhood Watch is all about an active partnership with the police.

Neighbourhood Watch schemes can:

cut crime and the opportunities for crime
help and reassure those who live in fear of crime
encourage neighbourliness and closer communities.
A better placer to live, work and play

Neighbourhood Watch is not just about reducing burglary figures - it's about creating communities who care. It brings local people together and can make a real contribution to improving their lives. The activity of Watch members can foster a new community spirit and a belief in the community's ability to tackle problems. At the same you feel secure, knowing your neighbours are keeping an eye on your property.

There are other benefits to Neighbourhood Watch schemes too. You will become familiar with crime prevention ideas which will help keep your home and belongings safe. And the extra security which belonging to a Neighbourhood Watch scheme offers might even mean that you can get a premium discount from your insurance company.

Growing from Neighbourhood Watch

The success of Neighbourhood Watch has led many schemes to extend their activities.
look after properties while owners are on holiday
help the elderly or sick
raise funds for local charities, projects and developments
start youth clubs and arrange other activities for young people
arrange discounts at local security stores
arrange discounts on insurance
provide a 'walking home' service
walk the neighbourhood on a regular basis
staff crime prevention advice shops with volunteers
provide volunteers to staff rural police stations
Improve community awareness of drugs issues
Promote the community safety campaigns of other organisations

Source :  http://www.hanwag.org.uk/concept.htm

Back of Block B

Back of Block G

Pearl Commercial Cente

RT Brothers Property - your property agent

Block G Behind Everrise