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Old August 29th, 2013, 05:07 AM   #61
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PR1MA Setapak and Jln Loke Yew coming soon...
With 250,000 applicants, PR1MA starts with 20,000 affordable homes
http://news.malaysia.msn.com/malaysi...fordable-homes

Among the projects that will be launched in the coming months in the Klang Valley are in Setapak and Jalan Jubilee, which is located off Jalan Loke Yew while its project in Penang is situated in Bayan Lepas. Two other projects would be launched in Johor Bahru, and one each in Sabah and Sarawak.


http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Natio...-projects.aspx
http://www.starproperty.my/index.php...-under-rm350k/


Prices of the houses are below RM350,000, he said at a press conference yesterday.

On top of the 15 projects approved, there are also plans to launch new projects in the next few months in Setapak and Jalan Jubilee in Kuala Lumpur, Bayan Lepas in Penang, two others in Johor Baru and one each in Sabah and Sarawak.

Infrastructure work on three of the projects, namely Alam Damai, Cheras; Pasir Gudang, Johor; and Seremban Utara had started, said Abdul Mutalib.

The units range from 1,400sq ft to 1,700sq ft for landed properties and between 670sq ft and 1,300sq ft for high-rise units.

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Old September 12th, 2013, 10:03 AM   #62
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RM1.5bil affordable housing project
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Old September 20th, 2013, 08:52 AM   #63
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PR1MA Alam Damai

CADANGAN PEMBANGUNAN KEDIAMAN KOS SEDERHANA SKIM  RUMAH PERTAMA KU YANG MENGANDUNGI:- - BLOK A&B PANGSAPURI 19-43 TINGKAT (2074 UNIT) - 5 TINGKAT PODIUM TEMPAT LETAK KERETA - KEDAI/DEWAN KOMUNITI/PEJABAT PENGURUSAN/SURAU/TADIKA/TASKA/GYMNASIUM & PENCAWANG TNB DI ATAS LOT 40955 & LOT 40962, ALAM DAMAI, MUKIM CHERAS, DAERAH KUALA LUMPUR, WILAYAH PERSEKUTUAN KUALA LUMPUR

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Old October 17th, 2013, 03:12 PM   #64
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Putrajaya ropes in Japanese firm for affordable factory-made homes
By Syed Jaymal Zahiid | The Malay Mail Online | October 17, 2013 UPDATED: October 17, 2013 05:19 pm
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PUTRAJAYA, Oct 17 — Malaysians may soon be able to buy houses manufactured out of a “home factory”, after Putrajaya today announced a joint-partnership with advanced Japanese homemaker Sekisui Chemical Co. Ltd for a possible pre-fabricated modular house plant here.


A modular home built by Sekisui Chemical is pictured in this undated promotional image. — Picture from SekisuiChemical.com

Describing it as “easy as building a car”, Datuk Jamaluddin Jarjis, the chairman of Putrajaya’s affordable housing agency PR1MA, said the partnership could help the Barisan Nasional (BN) government deliver its election promise to build 500,000 affordable houses in five years as the technology could cut home construction “from two years to two months”.

“The prime minister had pledged to build 500,000 affordable homes and if we keep using the conventional system, it is impossible to reach the five-year target.

“Now we are looking at a new high-tech system of industrialised homes. Like building cars, houses are also built in a factory and only 10 per cent of the house constructions will be built on site,” Jamaluddin told reporters after witnessing the signing of MoU between Sekisui and PR1MA.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak was also present at the event.

Modular buildings and modular homes are sectional prefabricated buildings, or houses consisting of multiple sections called modules.

“Modular” is a construction method that differs from the conventional approach of “stick-built” or other methods such as off-site construction.

The modules are six-sided boxes constructed in a plant, then delivered to the housing site using a crane and set onto the building’s foundation and joined together to make a single residential, or commercial, building.

Sekisui, a Japanese-based manufacturing company with a world-wide presence through companies specialising in advanced construction, is the leading provider of residential housing in Japan with sales surpassing 10,000 units annually.

Jamaluddin revealed that Putrajaya had yet to determine the price range of the modular homes but pledged that it would be affordable.

“It depends on the volume. If it’s just 1,000 to 2,000 then cannot lah. But if we are looking at half a million then yes…the cost must be affordable,” he said.

The project will also be limited to the manufacturing of single-story homes at the moment but the PR1MA chief said Putrajaya is also looking into constructing double-story houses by roping in modular homebuilders from other countries.

The joint venture is expected to create high-skilled employment opportunities for Malaysians, added Jamaluddin, saying this was in line with Putrajaya’s plan to transform Malaysia into a high-income nation by 2020.

From working on site with cheap labour, now they work in factories with high-tech equipment,” he said.

The project will also create a network of vendors for modular homes, which would give Malaysians access to business opportunities as well as technological transfer.

Younger Malaysians, including professionals, are finding it increasingly difficult to buy homes as property prices have skyrocketed through the years due to speculative buying.

This has made affordable housing a critical issue among the country’s younger voters and became one of the key electoral pledges made by the Najib government in the run-up to the May 5 general election.
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Old October 25th, 2013, 02:18 PM   #65
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2014 Budget: RM1.9b to build 123,000 affordable homes
25 October 2013| last updated at 05:51PM

KUALA LUMPUR: The government allocated RM1.9 billion this year to build 123,000 affordable homes in strategic locations throughout the country by 1Malaysia People's Housing (PR1MA), Syarikat Perumahan Negara Berhad (SPNB) and the National Housing Department.

The Ministry of Finance, in its Economic Report 2013/2014 released today, said RM500 million was allocated to PR1MA to build 50,000 homes in prime locations across the country and another RM300 million was to build 30,000 homes in collaboration with private developers.

A total of 320,000 people will own their own homes under the affordable housing programme, when the homes costing between RM100,000 to RM400,000 per unit are expected to be completed in 2016.

PR1MA homes, which are generally 20 per cent cheaper than the current market price, are sold through an open balloting system and are expected to be ready in three years.

For low-income earners, the government has allocated RM320 million to SPNB to build 22,855 homes, including 1,855 medium-cost apartment units and 10,000 units of public housing projects, to be completed in 2015.

Meanwhile, the government also allocated RM543 million to the National Housing Department to construct 20,454 unit of People's Housing Programme (PPR) units using the Industrialised Building System.

In line with its efforts to create an IT-savvy generation and to equip the people with the latest information, the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) has allocated RM150 million to establish 1Malaysia Internet centres (PI1M) in urban PPR areas.

It was reported that by August 2013, some 359 PI1M were established.
In addition to the high housing market prices, the young generation in the country also has difficulty in making the downpayment to purchase a home.

Therefore, the government has introduced the My First Home Scheme, a home financing scheme enjoyed by young people earning less than RM5,000 for individual or joint income of up to RM10,000 and, in August 2013, some 108 applicants received approval from the banking system.

Apart from addressing the issue of housing, the government has also expanded the urban public transport network.

"Syarikat Prasarana Negara Berhad launched Rapid Kuantan in December 2012 following the success of Rapid KL and Rapid Penang," the report said.

KTM Komuter has also extended its 50 per cent discount on fares to all Malaysians earning less than RM3,000 since November 2012, in addition to the discounts given to pensioners, the disabled and students with a total of 158,000 passengers have benefited from a discount since June 2013. -- BERNAMA
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Old October 26th, 2013, 12:34 AM   #66
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should be called PREPA instead of PR1MA. EP being endlesss possibilities.
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Old October 26th, 2013, 09:17 AM   #67
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should be called PREPA instead of PR1MA. EP being endlesss possibilities.
Penang just launched affordable house in island (completed and handed over the key)..and the PR1MA still remains a fantasy
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Old October 26th, 2013, 12:51 PM   #68
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They don't have to go very far to find the best model for this.Its just down south is simply called HDB!
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Old October 26th, 2013, 05:20 PM   #69
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They don't have to go very far to find the best model for this.Its just down south is simply called HDB!
It will take time to have HDB or our own plus the structure of their housing markets and ours are different. However, I do agree, the way the HDB flats are built and implemented are exemplary.

The private sector has been the main provider of homes in Malaysia unlike in Singapore where HDB is the main provider and has to cater to a wide range of Singaporeans of various economic backgrounds. Hence you have 3-5 HDBs for the upper-middle class and the 1-2 rooms for the lower income. HDB also have the privilege of appropriating land by law for the HDB projects. This is to ensure that the land usage is optimized for the comfort of residents. However, despite its successes, its current profit driven system is actually making Singaporeans finding themselves out priced. This is something we should avoid too.

The Malaysian government meanwhile has been providing transitional public housing apartments/flats for the low income, a niche which the private sector refuse to be apart.To be fair, the Malaysian government has been generous in providing low cost flats that has helped eradicate slums and shanty towns in KL. The flats were usually for the young working youths who probably migrated from 'luar KL' or young families who initially cannot afford a landed house as they started working with basic salary, most will move out eventually, hence the reason for the PPRT to be very basic and built on government lands with low value at the fringes of KL as can be seen near Jelatek, Setapak and along MRR2 at Kepong. I have colleagues who use to live in these low cost PPRT when he started as a young engineer but eventually moved into nicer landed homes once they can get that down payment. Hence the availability of low cost housing is actually important for social mobility for the lower income. If they are forced to buy expensive houses, it will affect their lifestyle and ability to invest in their children's education.

But since the middle class in the cities are currently out priced, with even DBKL flats costing RM200 000 while the middle class are not qualified for the PPRT due to middle income salary, the government is now compelled to provide for the middle class which makes up the majority of urbanites. Hence the birth of PR1MA which actually customized to provide higher quality apartments which will be for permanent residentship rather than a transitionary home.

Many have discussed how the govt should approach the housing issue for the mass middle class, one popular proponent that I support is that the government should sell government owned inner city lands that are coveted by private developers, raise enough cash and build new townships and clusters along near transit/rail stations such as along the new MRT lines. PR1MA will follow this concept as many PR1MA clusters will be built along the Sg.Buloh-Kajang line.Another example is that the sale of the Sg.Besi airport can also raise money to finance PR1MA projects.

We have to face it, at the current hosing prices, the middle income will have to accept the living in the sky concept. Rumah teres from now one, will be for only millionaires or those lucky enough to get one when they were cheaper.Unless the property bubble cooled off, but even if it does, prices will still remain high.
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Old November 14th, 2013, 07:58 AM   #70
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new..Jln Jubilee @ Loke Yew

1 BLOK PANGSAPURI PR1MA 31 TINGKAT YANG MENGANDUNGI 543 UNIT KEDIAMAN, 4 UNIT KEDAI, 6 TINGKAT PODIUM TEMPAT LETAK KERETA, 1 UNIT PONDOK PENGAWAL DAN KOLAM RENANG.
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Old November 23rd, 2013, 04:45 AM   #71
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PR1MA Setapak - 30storey
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Old February 1st, 2014, 11:32 AM   #72
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Old February 13th, 2014, 11:36 AM   #74
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PR1MA
http://www.pr1ma.my/pr1ma_homes.php

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Bukit Jalil


Kajang


Bukit Bintang


Pandan Indah


Pandan Jaya


Setapak


Cheras


Taman Cempaka


Plentong,Johor


Tebrau,Johor


Bayan Lepas, Penang


Bukit Gelugor, Penang


Borneo Cove,Sabah


Inaman,Kota Kinabalu


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Old February 13th, 2014, 07:51 PM   #75
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Which ones have begun construction?
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Old February 14th, 2014, 03:12 AM   #76
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The first one is Pinnacle@Duxton, the Malaysian version? Haha.
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Old February 14th, 2014, 03:29 AM   #77
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exactly, something new in malaysia but copied from singapore
but it looks good, better than some condo's design in KL
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Old March 28th, 2014, 05:39 AM   #78
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PR1MA setapak - 30storey
i think this project already started
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PR1MA, PKNP to build houses in Perak

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