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Old April 27th, 2005, 02:35 PM   #1
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PENANG STRUCTURE PLAN 2005-2020

Sunday, April 24, 2005

Report on Structure Plan out for viewing

THE survey report for the Penang Structure Plan (2005-2020) is now ready for public viewing.

Launched yesterday, the report highlights several proposed major infrastructure projects, including the second bridge linking the island and mainland.

In Seberang Prai, the projects include the coastal road from Teluk Air Tawar in Butterworth to Kuala Muda in Kepala Batas and the expansion of the North Butterworth Container Terminal (NBCT) and the Mengkuang Dam.

As for Penang Island, major projects proposed are the monorail service in George Town and the Penang Outer Ring Road.

Chief Minister Tan Sri Dr Koh Tsu Koon, who opened the exhibition on the survey report at the state library in Seberang Jaya yesterday, said the Structure Plan would be ready in six months.

He said the draft plan would have to go through various stages before it could be tabled at the State Executive Council for approval.


PLANNING AHEAD: Dr Koh showing a map listing the major projects under the Penang Structure Plan. With him is state Country and Town Planning director Ismail Ibrahim.

Dr Koh added that the survey report was now ready for public viewing until May 24, during which the people could file their views and objections. A special committee would be set up to hear the views.

He said the state government would protect the environment and agriculture sector although the state was facing land shortage.

“Only 30% of the land in Penang has been developed while the remaining 70% are agriculture and water catchment areas,” he added.

The state government has set up eight venues for the public to view the survey report and forms are provided for the public to file their objections.

The public can go to the respective district offices, the Seberang Jaya library, Komtar concourse 3, MPPP and MPSP to have a closer look at the survey report.
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Monday, April 25, 2005

Report: Extend monorail to Seberang Prai
By ANTHONY TAN

PENANG’s proposed mo-norail needs to be extended to Seberang Prai, according to the Penang Structure Plan (2005-2020) Survey Report which is on public display.

Under the plan’s proposal, the monorail will be linked across the sea from George Town to Butterworth and on-wards to Kepala Batas in the north and Valdor in the south via Seberang Jaya, Bandar Baru Perda and Bukit Mertajam. From Valdor it will go westwards to Batu Kawan.

The report stated that the monorail link from Butterworth to Bukit Mertajam was especially vital as the traffic congestion along this corridor was quite bad.

It said the proposed east-west route of the monorail on the island was from Weld Quay to Paya Terubong via Datuk Keramat and Air Itam.

It had been reported earlier that another route would link Tanjung Tokong, Air Itam, Gelugor, Sungai Nibong and the Bayan Lepas airport while the link to Butterworth would be via an underwater tunnel.

The report said an alternative was a light rail transit system from the proposed public transportation hub in Gat Lebuh Noordin to the Bayan Lepas airport via Batu Uban.

It also said an electric tram service was an alternative public transport which should be considered if it was suitable for the state.


Members of the public checking out the maps on display at the Seberang Jaya public library.

The report said new links that need to be created by building new roads and up-grading existing ones were the Seberang Prai Outer Ring Road from Kepala Batas to Valdor, and the Batu Kawan Ring Road which would pass Nibong Tebal and Simpang Ampat.

It said these ring roads would create a better road network, and support development in east and south Seberang Prai.

Other roads proposed were the Sungai Dua-Tasek Gelugor link, Bukit Tengah-Kulim link and Teluk Air Tawar-Kuala Muda coastal road on the mainland. On the island, the Balik Pulau Ring Road was proposed.

On the ferry service between Weld Quay and Butterworth, the report stated that the introduction of fast ferries such as the hovercraft would be able to reduce congestion at the terminals on both sides.

On proposals to introduce water taxis, it said the service could reduce traffic congestion on the island and be a tourist attraction.

It said they could operate from Batu Maung, Bayan Bay, Pulau Jerejak, Jelutong Water-front, Swettenham Pier, Tan-jong Tokong and Batu Fering-ghi.

The report is on display during office hours until May 24 at Level 3 Komtar, Penang Muni-cipal Council, Seberang Prai Municipal Council, Seberang Jaya library, all five district offices and the Town and Coun-try Planning Department at Komtar's 57th floor.

Those who are interested can attend dialogues and workshops on the structure plan at Dewan Millienium in Kepala Batas at 9.30am on April 30 and Auditorium F 5th floor Komtar at 9.30am on May 14.
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Wednesday, April 27, 2005

More senior citizens by 2020

SENIOR citizens aged 65 and above are expected to make up 7.2% of the state population by the year 2020.

The state population is projected to increase from 1.45 million to 1.9 million in 15 years. Currently, senior citizens in this age group make up 5.4% of the population.

The survey report of the Penang Structure Plan 2005-2020 has proposed to the state government to provide adequate facilities to acco-mmodate this age group.

Among others, the report suggested the setting up of a retirement village, building more homes for the aged and implementing ‘foster parents’ programme.

The total population in Penang was 1.3 million in 2000 but increa-sed to 1.45 million this year.

“The low population growth as well as the increase in the percentage of old people will affect labour supply in the state which would have to rely on foreign workforce.

“There is insufficient supply of skilled and semi-skilled workers. The state needs skilled labour to promote K-economy and K-industry while more semi-skilled workers are required for the electronics sector and the SMIs,” the report stated.

The report also highlighted that only 7.1% of the state population had tertiary education and 41.7% had secondary education.

More training should be conducted so that the state would have a continuous supply of skilled and semi-skilled workers.

The report also touched on the ethnic composition in the state, noting that the population growth of Chinese and Indians was experiencing a downturn trend.

“The percentage of bumiputras has increased from 38.4% in 1991 to 40.9% in 2000. Chinese formed about 49.4% but went down to 44.8% during the same period. There were 10.7% Indians in 1991 but the percentage went down to 10.2% in 2000.”

According to statistics, there were 408,928 bumiputras in 1991 and the figure went up to 537,037 in 2000.

The Chinese population was 526,007 in 1991 and 588,693 in 2000 while the Indian population was 113,515 in 1991 and 133,899 in 2000.

The projected percentage according to ethnic groups in 2010 is 42% bumiputras, 40.9% Chinese and 9.7% Indians.

In the year 2020, the percentage is projected to be 43.7% bumiputras, 37% Chinese and 9% Indians.

The report is on display during office hours until May 24 at Level 3, Komtar, Penang Municipal Council, Seberang Prai Municipal Council, Seberang Jaya library, all five district offices and the Town and Country Planning Department at Komtar’s 57th floor.

Those who are interested can attend dialogues and workshops on the structure plan at Dewan Millienium in Kepala Batas at 9.30am on April 30 and Auditorium F, 5th floor Komtar at 9.30am on May 14.
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Monday, April 25, 2005

Source of raw water identified for Penang after 2010

SUNGAI Rui in Grik, northern Perak, has been identified as a source of raw water for Penang after 2010.

The Penang Structure Plan Survey Report (2005-2020), which is on public display, said efforts had been taken to get an agreement for the distribution of water from the river.

It said the programme to source water from the river had to be expedited.

Penang, which now gets 80% of its raw water from the Muda River, has nine gazetted water catchment areas covering 6,288ha. The Teluk Bahang and Batu Ferringhi catchments are the biggest.

The report said Penang had six dams with a total storage capacity of 46 million cubic metres which could provide supply for two months based on a demand of 0.76 million cubic metres a day recorded in 2001.

It said the demand was projected to increase to 0.85 million cubic metres a day this year, one million cubic metres in 2010 and 1.35 million cubic metres in 2020.

It said the state government, through Kumpulan Perban-danan Bekalan Air Holdings Bhd, planned to expedite works to extract additional 0.49 million cubic metres of raw water a day in stages to meet the increasing demand.

This included upgrading the Lahar Tiang pump station and widening the Sungai Dua canal.

It was proposed that the capacity of water treatment plants in Bukit Tok Alang, Bukit Panchor, Balik Pulau, Air Hitam and Waterfall be increased or additional plants be built in these locations.

The report said the state now had 12 treatment plants which could treat a total of 1,589 million litres of water a day.

To alleviate flood problems, it said new flood mitigation projects were being planned. They are RTB Bukit Panchor, Byram, Jawi and Transkrian, RTB Tanjung Ketupat and RTB Valdor in South Seberang Prai; RTB Kawasan Barat Pulau and RTB Kawasan Bayan Lepas in the South-West District; RTB Saliran Tasek Glugor and RTB Perbandaran Butterworth in North Seberang Prai; and RTB Perbandraan Bukit Mer-tajam, RTB Sg Junjung Phase Two and RTB Sg Juru/Sg Rambai Phase Two in Central Seberang Prai.

The report said solid waste was projected to increase from an average of 1,150 tonnes (1.06kg per person) a day this year to 1,932 tonnes (1.17kg per person) in 2010 and 2,456 tonnes (1.42kg per person) in 2010.

It added that the Penang Municipal Council collected 239,242 tonnes of solid waste last year at an average of 655.4 tonnes a day. It spent RM33.26mil in waste collection and disposal which worked out to RM139.02 per tonne.

The Seberang Prai Municipal Council spent RM35.83mil for the purpose or RM80.95 per tonne for the 442,506 tonnes it collected (1,212 tonnes a day) last year.
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Thursday, May 05, 2005

Concern over proposed projects

THE Consumers Associa-tion of Penang (CAP) has expressed concern over several proposed development projects outlined in the Survey Report of the Penang Structure Plan (2005-2020).

CAP president S.M. Mohd Idris cited as examples the Penang Outer Ring Road, the north coastal road on the island and the proposed Second Link which could have a negative effect on the environment and the people.

He said the Penang and Butterworth Outer Ring Roads and the Second Link would cause traffic congestion.

“New roads and bridges attract more traffic,” he said.

“CAP suggests that the go-vernment implement a cost-effective and efficient public transportation system,” he said in a press release recently.

Mohamed Idris said that implementing a good traffic management system which made efficient use of existing roads and the Penang Bridge, expanding the ferry service and restricting private motorised traffic were all cost-effective moves.

“We also object to coastal reclamation projects, especially projects that will involve loss of mangrove forests,” he said.

“Hills in Penang are threa-tened by housing development,” he said.
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how come i got this feeling that CAP is anti development??
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maybe that Idris guy(CAP) dont like to see some lousy cheap developer spoil penangs beauty wit all those ugly apartments and projects on penang island i guess... i do agree wit him in somepoint yo.. “Hills in Penang are threa-tened by housing development” look at air itam and farlim(scary).. even some of greenlane apartment are but some of them are 'k.. just those ones..
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maybe that Idris guy(CAP) dont like to see some lousy cheap developer spoil penangs beauty wit all those ugly apartments and projects on penang island i guess... i do agree wit him in somepoint yo.. “Hills in Penang are threa-tened by housing development” look at air itam and farlim(scary).. even some of greenlane apartment are but some of them are 'k.. just those ones..
i haven't read anything saying CAP is supporting any of the projects. so far, CAP just complains about everything. which is good in a sense that the government will get feedback.

however, development needs to go on. if not, where are people going to stay if there are no new apartments?? how about infrastructure?? if we want more companies to invest in Penang, we need the workforce - the residentials and the infrastructure - roads, monorail etc.
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Saturday May 7, 2005

Penang plan stirs little interest

PENANG: The Penang Structure Plan Survey Report 2005-20 has not been pulling in the crowd despite being an important guide for the state’s development in the next 15 years.

Only one feedback form was returned to the state Town and Country Planning Department since the report was put up for exhibition and public comment two weeks ago.

A department official said those who bought copies of the report were mostly consultants, developers or students carrying out research on Penang.

“Komtar, where the plan is exhibited, is frequented by shoppers but only a few actually took the initiative to check out the report. Feedback has been slow,” she said yesterday.

The report is on display during office hours until May 24 at Level 3, Komtar, Penang Municipal Council, Seberang Prai Municipal Council, Seberang Jaya library, all five district offices and the Town and Country Planning Department at Komtar’s 57th floor.

Those interested can attend a dialogue and workshop on the structure plan at Auditorium F, 5th Floor, Komtar, at 9.30am on May 14.
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^..TYW..u write the feedback for them..i'll give u the form After u finish reading the CD..
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I like to write a feedback but I did not go for the exhibition...
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Hey guys you should write the feedbacks to them... and ask them to read our forums here.... hehehe
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^..TYW..u write the feedback for them..i'll give u the form After u finish reading the CD..
reading the structure plan is like reading Pengajian Am. I only read a few pages 2 or 3 only....

lazy to read all of them, i think look at those charts will be enough
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I like to write a feedback but I did not go for the exhibition...
pablo give him the form lah we have a volunteer here
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Sunday, May 15, 2005

Structure plan ‘only outlines strategies’

BY SIOW YUEN CHING

THE Penang Structure Plan 2005-2020 will only outline strategies for the state's development, which subsequently will be used in the formulation of local plans.

State Town and Country Planning Department director Ismail Ibrahim said the plan only provided general information on the strategies, issues and objectives of the various sectors as guidelines to the development of Penang.

“The details will be included in the local plans to be drawn up by the Penang and Seberang Prai municipal councils,” he said at the dialogue and workshop on the structure plan survey report at Komtar yesterday.

About 80 people, including civil servants, municipal councillors and representatives from non-governmental organisations and corporate firms, attended the dialogue and workshop held in two sessions.

At each session Ismail took about an hour to explain the plan before taking questions from the floor.

In an interview after the first session, Ismail cited an example about how the structure plan provided general details about the supply of housing and the distribution of settlements in Penang.

“It only shows that there is a need to build more houses for people, who are not eligible for low-cost units and also cannot afford to buy other houses in the market.

“But it is the local authorities that will have to identify suitable locations for such housing schemes as they are better informed on such matters,” he added.

Ismail said he was satisfied with the turnout at the dialogue and workshop, adding that they would consider holding more sessions if requested by organisations or public interest groups.

He said they aimed to release the structure plan draft for public exhibition before the end of the year.

Senior systems engineer Ravi Shanker, 37, who came from Bukit Mertajam to attend the dialogue and workshop, said he realised the structure plan was not meant to give solutions to the problems faced in Penang.

Retired nurse Lilian Cheah said she hoped the state government would come up with effective and practical ways to help senior citizens.

Penang Ratepayers Association chairman Datuk Eddy Choong, who was also present, raised his concern over the non-existence of local plans for the state.

“Penangites have been asking for the plans for the past 10 years. If you have a structure plan without any local plans, how can your strategies be implemented?” he asked.

Penang municipal councillor Tang Heap Seng said representatives from various sectors, such as tourism, housing and agriculture should come forward to give their views.

He said all local plans should be exhibited for public comments within one to two years after the structure plan was gazetted.
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local plan and structure plan. What's the difference??
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err.....one pic only for now...lazy to upload all of them
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What the heck is "Laluan Komited"?
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What the heck is "Laluan Komited"?
i think it means proposed
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