Pecanwood Estate prides itself on the beauty of the aesthetic appearance of the Estate.
Rules and guidelines were formulated to assist homeowners as well as their contractors to work on the Estate and remain within the rules. The Estate’s beautiful architectural style is monitored and controlled by the Architectural Department.
The Architectural manager will assist all homeowners with queries. They will also conduct site handovers and approve new contractors on the Estate.
012 244 8000
The Association of Residential Communities (ARC) proactively supports the members of Homeowners Associations (HOAs) and Bodies Corporate, as well as their management teams in the achievement of their vision which classically is to protect, maintain and enhance the value of the property as well as the lives and lifestyles of their residents.
ARC support services are aimed at all organised residential communities such as golf, lifestyle and leisure estates, cluster developments and townhouse complexes. ARC practically engages with members and offers a wide range of supporting services, dynamic networking opportunities, access to best practice and provision of policies, procedures, tools and templates for the effective management and leadership of the communities they serve.
ARC believes that 80% of HOAs share similar issues and challenges and that there is a great opportunity for increasing efficiencies through sharing information and collective networking.
We continue to strive to meet the needs of our members and the industry.
The main objective of CAISA is to provide training and development that culminate in qualifications and professional designations for its members through the Professional Management Development Program (PMDP).
CAISA was established in 2013, currently the only International chapter of The Community Association Institute (USA). Community Managers, Service Providers and Directors form part of the current membership of almost 100 members.
NAMA is non-profit company aiming to increase the efficiency of all managing agents & service providers within the industry. We communicate changes & developments in the sectional title industry, and educate trustees of bodies corporate of their role & responsibilities. Our vision is to mold the sectional title industry into an independent legal body similar to the Estate Agent Affairs Board – EAAB.
We provide managing agents and their clients with the necessary tools to broaden knowledge about the sectional title environment and the profession. By becoming a member of NAMA, you can help to build and ensure the Association grows as a relevant and meaningful professional regulatory body.
The Green Building Council SA leads the transformation of the South African property industry to ensure that buildings are designed, built and operated in an environmentally sustainable way.
Buildings are one of the main contributors to climate change. Building green is an opportunity to use resources efficiently and address climate change while creating healthier and more productive environments for people and communities.
The Green Building Council SA is a level 7 BEE rated, independent, non-profit company that was formed in 2007 to lead the greening of South Africa’s commercial property sector. We provide the tools, training, knowledge and networks to promote green building practices across the country and build a national movement that will change the way the world is built.
The Institute of Directors in Southern Africa NPC (IoDSA) is a professional body recognised by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) and a non-profit company (NPC) that exists to promote corporate governance, and to maintain and enhance the credibility of directorship as a profession (SAQA ID: 836).
Life Landscapes’ innovation, passion for service and quality are eminent in all landscape installation and maintenance projects.
We add value to property (commercial or residential) with unique shapes, colours, patterns and quality products that blend in with any landscape style.
Our team of dedicated professionals and skilled personnel deliver according to clients’ requirements and expectations – every time.
Our dedicated team are full of LIFE and ready to bring LIFE to Pecanwood Estate!
The Pecanwood HOA is glad to inform residents that there will now be a paramedic available on the Estate, 24 hours a day. The paramedic can be contacted on 083 638 4669, alternatively any emergencies can also be reported to the Security Control Room on 012 244 1126/8.
Medical Courtesy Call Service
A medical courtesy call service is offered for residents who require a regular courtesy call. To ensure the well-being of residents who may live alone or require a regular check-in, a courtesy call will be made in the morning and again in the evening.
African Event Medical Services “AEMS”
083 638 4669
Omega Risk Solutions was established by a consortium of risk management experts who are passionate about providing advanced, integrated security solutions to their clients. The management team offers international security management experience gained in Africa, Australia, Europe, the Middle East, UK and USA. Significant successes were achieved in Africa, and the consistently high quality of our services and standards is recognised worldwide.
The business philosophy of Omega Risk Solutions is based on a thorough understanding of its clients’ requirements in order to present them with innovative and cost-effective solutions. A new benchmark was set by moving away from a onedimensional service approach towards security solutions that encompass a combination of welldiversified service offerings.
Core services that are provided to achieve an advanced integrated security solution include the following:
- Security Surveys
- Manned Guarding
- Monitoring and Response
- Loss Control
- Occupational Health and Safety
- Fire Risk Management
- First Aid
The following specialised services are offered as part of the solution package, or as separate products:
- Risk Surveys and Audits
- Forensic and other Specialised Investigations
- Information Technology Security
- Integrity Assessments and Profiling
- Security Training Programmes
- VIP Protection, Protocol and Safe Transport Services
- De-mining and Explosive Ordnance Disposal Services
- Drugs, Explosives and Firearm Detection
- Business Intelligence
- Cash Management Services
The Pecanwood Homeowners Association is responsible for the upkeep of infrastructure such as sewer, roads and storm water and the essential delivery of potable water. A Utility Plant, located on the southern side of the Estate, treats water as well as sewer and the Estate operates uniquely in that only electricity and refuge removal are done by local authority. More than 63 pumps are utilised on a daily basis to bring essential services to residence. The gardens as well as the golf course are irrigated using state of the art pumping stations to keep the Estate green. Interlinking internal dams add to the aesthetics and these dams are maintained to enhance the living experience on the Estate.
Other than maintaining infrastructure the technical team always strives to upgrade the facility by employing strategic plans through capital replacement projects, reserve funding models and design advances.
The technical team are also passionate and involved in seasonal displays such as Christmas decorations to name but one. Other functions include maintenance on jungle gyms, pool maintenance, erosion protection and many more. Residents can rest assured that the technical team go the extra mile to ensure service delivery of the highest standard.
Storm water reticulation
Potable water infrastructure
Irrigation pump stations
Back Up power
Pecanwood Estate water and sewer reticulation is self-maintained. A Utilities Plant, situated on the southern side of the Estate, supplying potable water to the Estate as well as to the Pecanwood college. 3x 1 000 000 litre sewer reactors process the sewer and the grey water is reintroduced into the lakes on the Estate. This water in turn is utilized for irrigation purposes.
Water quality is of utmost importance and thus our water and sewer gets tested on a daily basis by the operating staff at the utilities plant. Monthly laboratories tests are conducted by an independent lab appointed by Prentec and quarterly tests are conducted by Aquatico on both the potable as well as irrigation water.
The technical department conducts road repairs, painting, weeding, signage, lamp poles, storm water and curbs throughout the year.
There are several sewer pumps and pump stations on the Estate to pump sewer to the Utilities Plant. The sewer reticulation is checked and maintained on a daily basis.
The City of Tshwane is responsible for the electrical reticulation and supply to the Estate.
All major sewer pumps have backup generators in case of a power failure.
A new stabilization tank has been fitted to address the hardiness of the water and a new ultra-filtration unit was fitted in 2012 to filter 1500m³ litres of water per day.
All the potable water on the Estate is supplied by boreholes situated on the Estate.
The technical department consists of a small staff complement and sub-contractors are used for specialised work.
Breyten de Jager: Technical Supervisor
082 800 3575
Board of Directors
De Villiers Botha (Chairman) – 082 560 0830
David Purnell (Finance Portfolio) – 084 200 4000
Lesley Andrew (Governance & Legal Portfolio) – 083 462 5648
Rudie Basson (Technical Portfolio) – 063 685 6020
Mags Myburgh (Security Portfolio) – 083 252 6696
Moses Kgosana (Country Club Portfolio) – 084 647 8012
Boat Committee Members
Greg Taylor – Chairman
Golf Committee Members
Mogomotsi Motsielwa – Chairman
Rina Marie Jacobs