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Old January 27th, 2008, 11:38 AM   #81
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Usah roboh rumah Abdullah Hukum
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WARISAN SEJARAH: Esah menunjukkan rumah Abdullah Hukum di Jalan Bangsar masih mengekalkan warna asal yang berusia 120 tahun.

Keluarga mahu jadikan warisan sejarah negara

KUALA LUMPUR: Keluarga pengasas Kampung Haji Abdullah Hukum di sini meminta kerajaan tidak merobohkan rumah pembuka kampung itu untuk tujuan pembangunan sebaliknya dikekalkan sebagai rumah warisan sejarah.

Rumah yang dibina Abdullah Hukum atau nama sebenarnya Muhammad Rukun dipercayai kini sudah berusia lebih 120 tahun tetapi masih kukuh dan dalam keadaan asal tanpa sebarang pengubahsuaian.

Abdullah Hukum membina rumah berkenaan selepas beliau dilantik Sultan Selangor, Sultan Abdul Samad sebagai salah seorang Ketua Masyarakat Kuala Lumpur dengan gelaran Tuk Dagang Dianjuk dan dibenarkan membuka kawasan Sungai Putih (sekarang Jalan Bangsar).

Cucu Abdullah, Esah Hassan, 71, ketika ditemui Berita Minggu berkata, mereka akur dengan arahan kerajaan supaya semua penduduk Kampung Haji Abdullah Hukum berpindah ke penempatan baru tetapi meminta kerajaan mengkaji semula tindakan merobohkan rumah bersejarah itu.

“Kami bukannya mahukan apa-apa. Cuma minta kekalkan rumah ini dan jadikan bangunan bersejarah. Generasi muda akan datang boleh melawat ke sini dan mereka akan tahu sejarah asal tempat ini.

“Kami akur rumah kami dirobohkan atas nama pembangunan dan kemajuan, cuma mohon simpati demi menjaga nilai sejarah negara. Mungkin bagi pemaju, rumah usang ini tiada nilai apa-apa, sedangkan ia sebenarnya tidak ternilai daripada aspek warisan negara,” katanya.

Rumah sejarah itu masih mengekalkan warna asal iaitu merah hati serta mempunyai tangga batu yang dibina berdasarkan ciri rumah orang Melaka, dipercayai mengikut cita rasa isteri Abdullah Hukum, Zainab Ismail yang berasal dari Melaka.

Tinjauan Berita Minggu mendapati rumah itu mempunyai 18 tiang yang diletakkan atas pelapik batu batu besar mempunyai keluasan kira-kira 100 meter persegi. Kayu asal membina rumah itu dipercayai jenis cengal masih dalam keadaan elok, cuma tangga batu kelihatan merekah.

Kawasan Haji Abdullah Hukum ini dibersihkan sepenuhnya untuk projek perumahan dan pembangunan di mana semua penduduknya termasuk penempatan setinggan sudah dipindahkan ke kawasan berhampiran termasuk Apartmen Pantai Dalam dan Apartmen Haji Abdullah Hukum.

Ketika ini, hanya ada beberapa rumah yang belum dirobohkan iaitu rumah asal Abdullah Hukum, surau Haji Abdullah Hukum, tiga rumah ahli keluarga Esah serta sebuah rumah di hujung kampung milik Asiah Rashid, 85.

Rumah asal Abdullah Hukum semakin ditelan arus permodenan dan kini terletak kira-kira lima meter dari Apartmen Haji Abdullah Hukum, kira-kira satu kilometer dari Pusat Beli-Belah Mid Valley dan kira-kira 500 meter dari Stesen LRT Abdullah Hukum.

Esah yang berkahwin dengan Muhamad Amir iaitu sepupunya dan juga cucu Abdullah Hukum berkata, rumah itu mempunyai sebuah loteng di tingkat atas tetapi sudah dirobohkan selepas datuknya meninggal dunia pada 1930-an, manakala bahagian lain dikekalkan.
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Old January 27th, 2008, 12:10 PM   #82
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Even Bok house such a great mansion can be demolished, DBKL and thed eveloper wouldnt give a damn to this wooden house.I said crush it down.One Kampung Baru is enough
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Old January 27th, 2008, 12:20 PM   #83
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1. even the present gen people wouldnt care less about this particular kampung hse... so what more future gen should remember ur crap?
2. if this hse is there and obstruct a big development (such as the proposed Ecocity) that will benefit the future gen ... then i dont see why we should not demolish it?
3. we know the surrounding area is scarce of land for development, traffic jam things like that... if this kampung there in the middle of all these seems abit weird and spoil the skyline lol
4. is that particular kampung hse really significant to our Warisan? is it one of its kind only? is it the oldest remaining hse in KL? if not say bye bye makcik
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Old January 27th, 2008, 04:11 PM   #84
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Easy solution - Move it somewhere else. Perhaps place it within or close to the proposed Natural Histrory Museum, Federal Hill.

Relocating a wooden house is not that difficult.
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Old January 27th, 2008, 04:39 PM   #85
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pindahkan lah rumah tu..!! bukan susah pun...jepun dah banyak kali buat dah....letak kat tgh2 taman KLCC pun ok gak....

ni tidak...kepala hotak tu asyik tau nak....roboh jer kerjanya! apa bangsat sgt ke arkitek dgn urban planner negara ni tak tau macam mana nak solve problem macam ni?!!

ni yg buat aku hangin ni....
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Old January 28th, 2008, 05:17 AM   #86
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aku rasa x de peluang la.

Project surprises industry

Property Talk: By S.C. CHEAH

“THEY have really done a good job!” These words came from the CEO of a major property development group while we were having lunch at the KL Hilton, the day before the official launch and groundbreaking ceremony of the Platinum Park by Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak on Jan 22.

The CEO was surprised when I answered his question that the 50-storey office tower that would be sold en bloc as mentioned in my column on Jan 21, is in Platinum Park and that the developer TTDI Development Sdn Bhd (TTDI) is selling it to Felda for RM640.7mil, or about RM930 per sq ft.

This is indeed a major coup and many industry players did not know about the sale or details of the Platinum Park development. It was the best-kept secret. The TTDI management has for the past four to five years worked hard to amalgamate the bungalow lots and came out with a winning concept. It has kept quiet until it was time to blow the trumpets with fanfare.

About 1,000 people were invited for lunch and to witness the signing of the agreement to purchase Menara Felda and launch under a big tent at the project site at the corner of Jalan Kuda and Jalan Stonor. The night before the launch, more than 50 members of the media came for a preview-cum-dinner at the site show room.

Did TTDI come in too late into KLCC?

Group managing director Datuk Johan Ariffin does not think so. “I don't think we missed the boat but instead, we have caught the market on an upswing. “The earlier condos were priced around RM650 per sq ft but now they have shot past RM2,000. The secondary market in One KL is reselling at RM2,500 per sq ft,” he said.

“We've taken a good amount of time to carefully plan and conceptualise this project. We haven't finished on the retail planning,” he said, adding that he was unperturbed with talks of a glut of high-end condos in the KLCC area. We don't have that many units and it is less than 5% of the total supply in the area. We are targeting a niche upper band, a very select group,” he said.

In fact, at RM2,000 to RM2,500 per sq ft as the indicative price for Platinum Park's luxury condominiums, it will help to pull up the price structure of similar high-end developments in the periphery of KLCC and those further away.

There is an upcoming RM3.6bil to over RM4bil mega development in Kampung Abdullah Hukum at Jalan Bangsar that may also benefit from any spill over demand from the KLCC.

If the condominiums or offices in this project that is adjacent to the Mid Valley City, were to be priced at around RM600 per sq ft, it would be an attractive proposition, as Bangsar is also a prime area but the price would be a mere quarter of the top end of KLCC prices.

What makes Platinum Park exciting is that it will have a RM20mil, 1.5-acre private park and cobblestone walkways that will give residents, office workers as well as visitors to its retail outlets a “back to nature” feel. For the residents, it will be an exclusive domain to live, work and play.

As RSP principal Hud Abu Bakar said, there would be lots of lush landscape and water features as well as state-of-the-art CCTV surveillance and sophisticated fibre optic lighting, some of them set in glass structures. It will be an exciting, uplifting and happening place.

He explained that the instead of having sharp edges, there would be curved buildings that maximises on the view, ventilation and is harmonious with the surroundings.

“It also minimises reflection from the sun and deflects the wind more evenly. Our inspiration is also taken from the form and function of a car that has character, is dynamic and progressive,” Hud said, adding that Platinum Park would be the “climax of the Jalan Stonor development”.

In designing Menara Felda, he said its oblong shape is derived from the shape of the palm seed while the top of the building resembles a leaf that symbolises Felda as an agriculture body.

“When this tower is lit up at night, it takes on a very nice shape. When you come out of the KLCC, you can see straight at this tower,” he added.

Platinum Park will have six ingresses and egresses. From the North, one can drive into the development from Jalan Ampang and Jalan Binjai; from the East its from Jalan Tun Razak and Jalan Kuda, from the West it is from Jalan Stonor and from the South one can come in from Jalan Kia Peng and Lorong Stonor.

The neighbours are also all first class projects. Just across Jalan Stonor is the newly completed Binjai twin-block condominiums and the existing Stonor Park. The proposed Suria Stonor condominium is next door while Magna Prima's Avare, another high-end condominium is under construction at the rear. Across the road at Jalan Kuda are The Oval condominiums, also being built.
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Old January 28th, 2008, 12:57 PM   #87
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Since that house is built on stilts, it would not be hard to relocate the house...

Anyway, i saw parts of the land has been fenced...
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Old February 22nd, 2008, 06:40 PM   #88
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Old February 23rd, 2008, 02:18 PM   #89
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sorry for being off topic but you can see mid valley's new paint job at the top left of the photo.
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Old March 14th, 2008, 11:54 AM   #90
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Old March 27th, 2008, 05:14 AM   #91
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SP Setia eyes RM520m profit
By Sharen Kaur
Published: 2008/03/27

INVEST MALAYSIA 2008 CONFERENCE

SP Setia Bhd, Malaysia's most valuable property company, aims to double its net profit in four years, helped by new product offerings and overseas expansion.

The company expects overseas businesses to contribute equally to its net profit and revenue by 2012, said group managing director and chief executive officer Tan Sri Liew Kee Sin.

SP Setia, which has a market value of some RM5 billion, made a net profit of RM260 million for the 12 months ended October 31 last year.


Its revenue was flat at RM1.15 billion.

"We are looking at launching new projects in nearby neighbouring countries, which we can effectively manage.

"There is huge potential in Southeast Asia. Besides maintaining a steady growth in Malaysia, we will launch projects in new markets," Liew told reporters at Invest Malaysia 2008 in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.

The firm has 1,937.12ha in Penang, Johor, the Klang Valley and Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, with 16 ongoing projects worth RM30 billion.

This year, it will launch four projects in Malaysia and one in Vietnam, worth RM5 billion collectively.

Earmarked for next year is a mixed development project at a 8.1ha site opposite the Mid Valley Megamall development, in a joint venture with City Hall.

The project will comprise mainly commercial components such as shopping, retail and offices, and also apartments and condominiums.


In Sabah, SP Setia plans to launch several tourism-based developments, after unveiling plans for its first venture in the state, a RM1 billion mixed development project in Tanjung Aru - dubbed Aeropod.

Aeropod is a major bet on the economy of Sabah, which is set to benefit from an 18-year development plan, estimated to attract investments of more than RM100 billion.

Liew said the group is keen to build eco-friendly developments in Sabah, which is in line with its aim to diversify its geographical concentration to other high-growth states and international markets.

so who will develop dis project? midvalley phase 3 by IGB/tan & tan group or SP Setia??? cant wait 4 dis....
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Old March 27th, 2008, 05:36 AM   #92
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SP setia with DBKL lah...!sign board is already there...
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Old March 27th, 2008, 06:06 AM   #93
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bacalah betul2.... my question is whose the developer for dis jln abdulah hukum project???? SP Setia ke or Midvalley Phase3 by IGB group..... i knowlah SP setia with DBKL...can read it myself!!!! if this project under SP Setia.... so kat mana pulak Midvalley phase3????

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I just want to know when the bridge will be built so I can take the LRT to Abdullah Hukum and walk to Midvalley.

Also, when will we see the Abdullah Hukum KTM station? C'mon KTMB...pour concrete, build a roof, entrace and exit, stairs and escalators and lifts, install ticket vending machines, it can be done in 1-1.5 years

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bacalah betul2.... my question is whose the developer for dis jln abdulah hukum project???? SP Setia ke or Midvalley Phase3 by IGB group..... i knowlah SP setia with DBKL...can read it myself!!!! if this project under SP Setia.... so kat mana pulak Midvalley phase3????
nko tu yang tak faham. kan ada gambar yang tulis area tu milik SP Setia posted b4.



you post the story but didn't know the story...camner ni?

the 3rd phase (IGB's) is within the area of midvalley megamall itself, it's a very small land lot lah....
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I just want to know when the bridge will be built so I can take the LRT to Abdullah Hukum and walk to Midvalley.

Also, when will we see the Abdullah Hukum KTM station? C'mon KTMB...pour concrete, build a roof, entrace and exit, stairs and escalators and lifts, install ticket vending machines, it can be done in 1-1.5 years

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i believe the pedestrian bridge, Komuter's station and the new mix-development project will be started in one swing....i mean, after the Grand Launch lah...
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nko tu yang tak faham. kan ada gambar yang tulis area tu milik SP Setia posted b4.



you post the story but didn't know the story...camner ni?

the 3rd phase (IGB's) is within the area of midvalley megamall itself, it's a very small land lot lah....
I DIDNT POST DA PICS MY FREN....


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More high-end projects in pipeline in the vicinity of KLCC



Meanwhile, projects in the pipeline include 20 Ampang Hilir - a 10-storey low density luxury condominium project worth a GDV of RM80mil; 3 Desa Pandan - an upper-medium service residences of 218 units overlooking KLCC and Royal Selangor Golf Club; and the proposed Mid Valley phase three comprising two 50-storey residential skyscrapers in Mid Valley City.
TAK MUNGKIN SMALL LAND LOT...... ANYWAY THX 4 DA CLARIFICATION.............

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SP Setia in JV with DBKL on mega project near Mid Valley
by Siow Chen Ming, 27 Mar 2008 4:21 PM
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KUALA LUMPUR: SP Setia Bhd is set to finalise a joint venture (JV) agreement with Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur (DBKL) to develop high-rise residential cum commercial project on a 20-acre (8.1ha) plot located opposite the Mid Valley City.

Speaking to reporters at Invest Malaysia 2008 yesterday, SP Setia’s managing director Tan Sri Liew Kee Sin said the company secured an approval from the Economic Planning Unit (EPU) seven years ago for the project.

Although it had subsequently signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) a few years ago with the DBKL, a privatisation agreement is still pending.

“We expect to finalise a deal with DBKL soon and launch the project next year,” said Liew. However, he declined to reveal the value of the project.

Squatters residing on the land were relocated to nearby apartments recently, indicating that the project is making progress.

The JV between SP Setia and DBKL will be similar to previous deals such as the one between IGB Group Bhd and DBKL for the now completed Mid Valley City project. Under such deals, DBKL would provide land while developers such as SP Setia or IGB carry out the development work and invest in the infrastructure.

Heading the country’s largest property developer, Liew said he was positive on the recent changes taking place in the country’s political landscape.

“I think the changes are good for the country, even though some of my friends have lost (in the election). It is good to have competition (in the political landscape) and because things will get better,” said Liew.

For instance, in Penang where SP Setia has major on-going property projects, he felt there should not be any problems as the new Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng has called for more openness and transparency, which has always been the group’s practice.

Having gone through the 1998 financial crisis, Liew was also unfazed about a potential slow down in the domestic economic growth that may affect property sales.

He said the group’s exposure in the property sector was well spread out, covering different regions with different products for several market segments. With certain adjustments of the project’s portfolio, the group can capture the market segments where demand is still strong.

Also, SP Setia’s property development projects in Vietnam was picking up steam and this would reduce the group’s dependence on the Malaysian market.

“Our target is that by 2012, contribution in terms of turnover and earnings from our overseas projects will be higher than Malaysia,” said Liew.

SP Setia is on track to meet sales target of RM1.8 billion for the current financial year ending Oct 31, 2008. This figure is within reach as sales have already reached RM646 million for the first four months of FY2008 compared to RM290 million in the same period last year.

SP Setia planned to launch five projects in FY2008 with total gross development value (GDV) of RM5 billion. The group has a remaining landbank of 4,783 acres (including in Vietnam) which are sufficient for its volume of development works over the next 10-12 years, with estimated total GDV of about RM30 billion.
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y next year? i guez dis gonna be another 5 to 7 years project..........
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