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Old July 4th, 2009, 07:28 PM   #241
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Updated: UEM Land records biggest 1-day gains this week
Written by Joseph Chin
Friday, 03 July 2009 15:55

KUALA LUMPUR: UEM Land Bhd’s share price had its biggest one-day gains this week on July 3 after the company said it was in talks with potential investors for its Puteri Harbour project in Nusajaya, Johor.

It closed eight sen higher at RM1.46. It was actively traded with 28.31 million shares done. The share price had fallen 26 sen from June 30 to July 2.

On July 1, UEM Land Bhd is optimistic of securing partners for its Puteri Harbour project by year end after Dubai’s Damac Properties pulled out of RM396.4 million land deal.

UEM Land managing director and chief executive officer Wan Abdullah Wan Ibrahim had said the company was in “talks with four to five potential partners including locals and from Australia and Singapore” for the project.

Dubai’s Damac Properties had in June pulled out of a deal to acquire 43.54 acres of land in Nusajaya for RM396.4 million from UEM Land after a disagreement over a second extension for the approval period.
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Leaner UEM in the works, focus on 3 areas
By Shahriman Johari
Published: 2009/07/13

The diversified Khazanah Nasional-owned company will focus on construction, property and expressways

UEM Group Bhd will continue with its restructuring programme to ultimately focus on its three core areas of construction, property and expressways, its chairman said.

The diversified government-owned company plans to restructure certain businesses internally or sell them to existing management or interested third parties like other government-linked companies (GLCs).

"We will dispose and use the money to develop other core areas," chairman Tan Sri Dr Ahmad Tajuddin Ali told Business Times in an interview in Kuala Lumpur.

UEM Group is wholly owned by Khazanah Nasional Bhd, a government investment arm. It has more than 40 operating companies with total assets of about RM29 billion.

The business restructuring started about two years ago, Tajuddin said, and is also in line with the government's demand for GLCs to shed non-core businesses.

"It is about making sure that each operating unit is focused and properly structured in order to be competitive.

"It is about the right people owning the right thing and doing the right thing," he said.

UEM Group's construction arm is UEM Builders Bhd, which was taken private last year, while UEM Land Holdings Bhd is its property flagship developing the Nusajaya township that is part of Iskandar Malaysia, a special economic zone.

PLUS Expressways Bhd is the toll highway business.

"Using that, we should go abroad to get the real contributor to the economy," Tajuddin said.

It plans to streamline existing businesses. This has already started with the transfer of two highways, Elite and Linkedua, to PLUS from UEM Group for RM866 million.

Another toll concession is the Penang Bridge, which sits under UEM Builders; ideally, it should also end up under PLUS.

UEM Group also has interests in the healthcare business through pharmaceutical manufacturer Pharmaniaga Bhd and support services provider Faber Group Bhd.

Tajuddin, stressing there had yet to be a concrete plan, said that, for instance, a bigger healthcare group could be created if the healthcare businesses of UEM Group and Khazanah were combined.

Khazanah owns hospital operator Pantai Holdings Bhd, part of Singapore firm Parkway Holdings Ltd, and part of India's Apollo.

However, Tajuddin said the restructuring will be done carefully.

"We're dealing with livelihoods. There are employees. Doing this should improve their career and opportunities," he said.
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Old July 13th, 2009, 06:43 AM   #243
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It's Columbia Asia Hospital - Nusajaya
Another world class facilities!
> http://www.columbiaasia.com/malaysia.html#



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Columbia Asia website

Columbia Asia is a chain of hospitals in Asia, with 13 medical facilities across India, Malaysia, Vietnam and Indonesia. The company is based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and was founded in 1994.

The company offers full-service hospitals built in neighborhoods, rather than the central city. Columbia Asia's target market is the fast-growing middle income group.

Columbia Asia hospitals are smaller in size, which helps keep costs down. A typical hospital has about 65 adult beds, costing about $15 to $16 million to build. It sees about 8,000 patients a month, and brings in about $1 million in monthly revenue.

With streamlined administration and fewer beds, the hospitals have an average patient stay of two days.

Most of the company’s 2,600 employees are from the host countries. Columbia Asia hires its doctors and staff largely from the local areas.

The company is in the midst of expansion, especially in India. Columbia Asia has 14 hospitals under construction and owns the property for another 12. Upon completion the company will have 21 hospitals and an airport clinic in India, 11 hospitals in Malaysia, three hospitals in Vietnam and three hospitals in Indonesia, together representing an investment of over $600 million (U.S.).

Current facilities
India

Columbia Asia Hospital - Salt Lake
Columbia Asia Hospital - Palam Vihar
Columbia Asia Hospital - Hebbal
Columbia Asia Referral Center - Yeshwanthpur
Bangalore Airport Clinic

Planned facilities:
Ahmedabad
Chandigarh
Dehradun
Ghaziabad
Jalandhar
Lucknow
Meerut
Patiala
Bangalore South
Bangalore Whitefield
Mysore
Trivandrum
Pune – Kharadi
Pune South

Malaysia
Columbia Asia Medical Center - Puchong
Columbia Asia Hospital - Taiping
Columbia Asia Medical Center - Seremban
Columbia Asia Extended Care Hospital - Shah Alam
Columbia Asia Medical Center - Miri

Planned facilities:
Balakong
Bintulu
Bukit Rimau
Kota Damansara
Nusajaya
Setapak

Vietnam
Columbia Asia - Gia Dinh International Hospital
Columbia Asia International Clinic - Saigon

Planned facilities:
Binh Duong

Indonesia
Gleni International Hospital - Medan
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Tipping point for Nusajaya growth in 2011: UEM Land
By Ahmad Fairuz Othman
Published: 2009/07/14

UEM Land Holdings Bhd expects growth for its Nusajaya township to start gathering momentum from 2011 as more infrastructure and other projects near completion.

Managing director Wan Abdullah Wan Ibrahim said the year would mark the starting point for many large-scale projects in Nusajaya.

At the same time, work on other major projects would also be done by then.

Among the projects that would be completed by 2011 are the coastal highway linking Johor Baru, quarters for state government staff and the federal government agency complexes.

The Legoland theme park would also be in its finishing stage.

"The tipping point for growth to spurt in Nusajaya would be in 2011. That is when a new pace of development begins and the environment in Nusajaya and Iskandar Malaysia would pick up pace," said Wan Abdullah during a question-and-answer session after a briefing on projects under Iskandar Malaysia.

Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk Kong Ho Cha, who was on his first visit to Nusajaya with his deputy Datuk Lajim Ukin were among those at the briefing in Nusajaya, near Gelang Patah, Johor.

Also present were Iskandar Regional Development Authority chief executive officer Harun Johari and Iskandar Investment Bhd managing director Arlida Ariff.

Wan Abdullah said Nusajaya already has the volume in terms of residents as 11,000 houses in the township were already occupied.

Foreigners also make up almost two thirds of high-end homes such as the East Ledang project.

When asked about a public housing project which would cater to people working in the area, Wan Abdullah said the efforts would be made to ensure only qualified tenants would get the houses.

UEM Land Holdings is the developer of Nusajaya's main features such as the state administration complexes of Kota Iskandar, Puteri Harbour, Southern Industrial and Logistics Clusters and Alfiat Healthpark and residences.
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Nusajaya progressing well despite economic glut
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NUSAJAYA: UEM Land Holdings Bhd is confident Nusajaya will have enough to attract investors and residents by end-2011 when major projects such as the RM1bil Kota Iskandar are completed.

By then, the RM1.4bil Coastal Highway linking Danga Bay to Nusajaya and the RM715mil Legoland Theme Park would also be ready, said managing director and chief executive officer Wan Abdullah Wan Ibrahim.

“Nusajaya is progressing well and has attracted interest from both local and foreign investors despite the current economic slowdown,’’ he said yesterday.

He said this at a briefing attended by Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk Seri Kong Cho Ha and his deputy Datuk Seri Lajim Ukin during their working visit to Iskandar Malaysia.


From left: Harun Johari, Datuk Seri Lajim Ukin, Datuk Seri Kong Cho Ha and Wan Abdullah Wan Ibrahim looking at the model of Nusajaya’s regional city development

UEM Land is the master developer of the 9,308ha Nusajaya, which is the key driver of Iskandar Malaysia.

Nusajaya comprises seven signature developments – Kota Iskandar (Johor State New Administrative Centre), Southern Industrial and Logistics Clusters, Puteri Harbour Waterfront Development, EduCity, Medical City, International Destination Resort and Residential Developments.

Wan Abdullah said its high-end residential projects, East Ledang and Horizon Hills, a joint venture between UEM Land and Gamuda Bhd, had attracted a large number of foreign buyers.

“Foreigners made up of 65% and 45% of the buyers at East Ledang and Horizon Hills respectively and the projects have recorded a good take-up rate,’’ he said.

He said UEM Land would sign a contract with the Federal Government this year to build a housing project for the latter’s staff based in Kota Iskandar.

Wan Abdullah said it would also submit a proposal to the Federal Government to build the Customs, Immigration and Quarantine complex (CIQ) at Puteri Harbour.

He said the CIQ Puteri would facilitate visitors coming to Johor Baru from Singapore using water taxis and ferries from nearby islands in the Riau Archipelago such as Bintan and Batam.

Wan Abdullah said the CIQ Puteri would also provide similar facilities for boaters and yachters from all over the world to moor their vessels.

Meanwhile, Iskandar Regional Development Authority chief executive officer Harun Johari said investment in Iskandar Malaysia would be largely driven by the private sector.

Of the RM47bil investment expected in Iskandar Malaysia by next year, 60% would come from the private sector while public spending and government-linked companies would make up the balance, he said.

Launched on Nov 4, 2006, the 2,217-sq-km Iskandar Malaysia is divided into five flagship development zones – JB City Centre, Nusajaya, Eastern Gate Development, Western Gate Development and Senai-Skudai.
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Pembangunan Nusajaya lebih pesat mulai 2011


NUSAJAYA: Pemaju pembangunan pusat pentadbiran negeri di Nusajaya, UEM Land Holdings Berhad menjangkakan pelbagai aktiviti yang lebih pesat akan berlaku di Nusajaya bermula 2011 apabila lebuh raya pesisir pantai menghubungkan Nusajaya dan Johor Bahru siap pada masa itu.

Pengarah Urusan dan Ketua Pegawai Eksekutifnya, Wan Abdullah Wan Ibrahim, berkata banyak projek besar dijangka bermula pada tahun itu.

Katanya, selain lebuh raya itu rumah kuarters kakitangan kerajaan dan kompleks agensi kerajaan Pusat dijangka siap pada tahun itu, manakala taman tema Legoland berada pada peringkat akhir pembinaan pada waktu itu.



"Titik permulaan pertumbuhan pesat Nusajaya dijangka bermula pada 2011. Suasana dan kemajuan lebih pesat akan lebih dirasai di Nusajaya dan Iskandar Malaysia pada waktu itu," katanya ketika menyampaikan taklimat pembangunan Iskandar Malaysia kepada Menteri Perumahan dan Kerajaan Tempatan, Datuk Seri Kong Cho Ha, di sini semalam.

Ketua Jabatan Pembangunan Sosial, Pihak Berkuasa Wilayah Pembangunan Iskandar (IRDA), Ahmad Suhaili Idrus serta Presiden dan Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif Iskandar Investment Bhd (IIB), Arlida Ariff juga menyampaikan taklimat.

Hadir sama Timbalan Menteri Perumahan dan Kerajaan Tempatan, Datuk Lajim Ukin dan Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif IRDA, Harun Johari.

Wan Abdullah berkata, pada masa ini kira-kira 11,000 unit rumah di Nusajaya sudah mula didiami, dan sebahagiannya seperti di East Ledang dibeli kira-kira 65 peratus oleh rakyat asing.

Mengenai 1,500 unit perumahan awam yang dibina di situ, beliau berkata, pemilihan untuk mereka yang mahu menyewa di situ akan dilakukan secara teliti.
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Water taxi service in Johor in the pipeline


JOHOR BARU: A local co-operative plans to introduce Johor’s first water taxi service serving Danga Bay and Nusajaya, the state’s new administrative centre.

Korperasi Permodalan Melayu Negeri Johor (KPMNJ) chairman Prof Madya Datuk Mohamad Ali Hasan said the co-operative also hoped to be involved in Iskandar Malaysia’s food and agro-processing and logistics sectors.


In appreciation: (From left) Mohamad Ali and Johor Co-operative Commission director Ahmad Ali presenting an award to a member of KPMNJ.

“We are aware that the growth in Iskandar will generate new opportunities,” he said, adding that the water taxi service would be a first of its kind in the state.

He said KPMNJ would also expand its taxi service in the state by doubling their present fleet of 100 taxis.

Mohamad Ali said KPMNJ had also applied for exclusive rights to provide taxi service in Nusajaya.

“Besides the logistics sector, we also plan to enter the food and agro-processing sector with the start of a South African Boer goat farming facility in Iskandar,” he said.

He said the goat farm located in Kahang had about 100 goats now, but there were plans to expand the farm.

“Although our farm is outside Iskandar, we anticipate a growing demand in this region once the development kicks off on a large scale,” he said.

Mohamad Ali was speaking to reporters after the KPMNJ 14th annual general meeting held at the Grand Paragon Hotel.

He explained that the co-operative recorded a turnover of almost RM13mil last year.

“Our dividend payout this year is 10%,” he said, adding that they had about 8,446 members statewide.
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and gold coast nusajaya

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12 destinasi dipilih jadi ikon pelancongan Johor
17/07/2009


JOHOR BAHRU 17 Julai - Kerajaan negeri Johor memilih 12 destinasi menarik dalam negeri untuk dijadikan sebagai ikon pelancongan negeri, kata Pengerusi Pelancongan dan Perdagangan Dalam Negeri Dan Hal Ehwal Pengguna Johor, Hoo Seong Chang.

Beliau berkata, pemilihan destinasi ini adalah berdasarkan beberapa kriteria seperti nilai sejarah serta keunikannya.

Destinasi itu terdiri daripada Bangunan Sultan Ibrahim, Muzium Diraja Johor, Nusajaya, Tanjung Piai, Pulau Rawa, Pulau Sibu, Danga Bay, Taman Negara Endau Rompin, Gunung Ledang, Desaru, Kukup dan Kluang. - Bernama
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Horizon Hills menang anugerah Hartanah CNBC 2009

KUALA LUMPUR 17 Julai - Projek Horizon Hills memenangi Kategori Pembangunan Golf Terbaik untuk Anugerah Hartanah CNBC 2009 bagi Asia Pasifik dan Malaysia.

Pengarah Urusan Gamuda Land Bhd., Chow Chee Wah berkata, anugerah tersebut menunjukkan komitmen dan kreativiti syarikat yang membezakannya dengan pemaju yang lain.

''Ia menjadi falsafah kami untuk meningkatkan kualiti hidup dengan mengetengahkan ciri-ciri keunggulan rekaan dengan memberikan penekanan dalam persekitaran kehidupan.

''Penduduk di kawasan ini akan menikmati keselesaan dengan kehijauan dan kemudahan seperti di sebuah resort,'' katanya dalam kenyataan bersama Gamuda Land dan UEM Land di sini hari ini.

Chee Wah berkata, walaupun Horizon Hills merupakan pembangunan kawasan baru di Johor dan dilancarkan pada Mac 2007, dibangunkan dengan cepat.

Sementara itu, Pengarah Urusan UEM Land Bhd., Wan Abdullah Wan Ibrahim berkata, sebagai pemaju utama Nusajaya, kemenangan itu sangat berprestij kepada Horizon Hills dan Gamuda Land selaku rakan kongsi bagi pembangunan tersebut.

Menurut beliau, projek kediaman seluas 1,200 ekar dengan rekaan rumah yang tersendiri itu dihasilkan mengikut persekitaran semula jadi.

Tambah beliau, Horizon Hills merupakan kawasan perumahan pertama yang berpagar di Johor yang dilengkapi dengan padang golf persendirian serta rumah kelab.

''Ini menjadikan Horizon Hills sebagai satu tanda aras baru bagi pembangunan perumahan di dalam negeri ini,'' katanya.
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UEM Land looking at funding options
Published: 2009/07/21





UEM Land Holdings Bhd is exploring various funding options including issuance of convertible bonds, to raise funds for its ongoing development activities in Nusajaya, Johor.

“However, no decision has been made by the board of directors on any of these funding options,” it told Bursa Malaysia in response to reports that it plans to issue some RM550 million in convertible bonds.
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UEM Land, BiotechCorp to form SPV next month
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The entity will undertake development of a biotech park project in Nusajaya

NUSAJAYA: UEM Land Holdings Bhd and Malaysian Biotechnology Corp Bhd (BiotechCorp) will next month sign an agreement to form a special purpose vehicle (SPV) to undertake the development of a biotech park project.

Known as BioXCell, the project will occupy a 32.37ha site in the Southern Industrial and Logistics Clusters (SiLC) near here.

The 526.10ha SiLC in Nusajaya is being developed by UEM Land as a clean and green, managed industrial park, and has to date attracted RM115mil investments, of which 50% are from foreign companies.

“We are currently in advanced talks to determine the equity for each party in the SPV,” UEM Land strategic marketing and corporate communications director Zulkifli Tahmali told StarBiz.

He said the SPV would have its own board of directors, source its own funding for the project and attract investors to the biotech park.


An aerial view of the Southern Industrial and Logistics Clusters (SiLC) in Nusajaya, Johor Baru. BioXCell will occupy a 32.37ha site in the SiLC. Inset: Zulkifli Tahmali

Zulkifli said UEM Land, as master developer of the 9,600ha Nusajaya, would only focus on its developmental expertise and the management of the project and facilities.

He said it would provide the land and infrastructure for the biotech project while BiotechCorp would bring in the biotech expertise, marketing, regulating and offer incentives to local and foreign biotech companies.

“I personally consider the collaboration a perfect marriage between the two parties,” he said.

He said BioXCell was in a unique position as no other biotech park project in the country was developed on a joint-venture basis between a property developer and the lead agency responsible for developing the biotech industry in Malaysia.

On why the biotech component was now included in the development plan of SiLC, Zulkifli said the company was just being pragmatic in its business undertakings.

“Our biotech park will benefit from its close proximity to Singapore because of the latter’s advanced biotech industry while Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, which is strong in life sciences, offers a ready pool of human capital,” he added.

Zulkifli said the Nusajaya biotech park would play a complementary role to the advanced research and development (R&D) parks in Singapore, namely Biopolis and Tuas Biomedical Park.

He said the company also wanted to bank on the SiLC’s excellent connectivity to the Port of Tanjung Pelepas, Johor Port, Senai Airport, North-South Expressway and Singapore’s Port of Singapore, Jurong Port and Changi Airport.

He said ideally, a biotech park should have three main clusters – advanced R&D (drugs discovery), clinical research organisations (CROs) to provide clinical services to the R&D, and contract manufacturers to produce the drug formulations.

“However, not all of them can be in Singapore due to the cost factor and with the tightening of the economy, Johor is the best choice for biotech companies,” said Zulkifli.

He said BioXCell would be the best choice for players involved in biotech-related activities due to its strategic location, competitive cost and close proximity to Singapore with excellent seaport and airport connectivity.

Zulkifli said UEM Land had completed a request for information from a European drug manufacturer planning to set up a plant here and one question was the number of direct weekly flights to London from an airport within an hour’s drive from Johor.

He said it had received queries from established biotech companies from Asia and the United States wanting to consolidate their operations and CROs to set up shop in Johor after learning of the biotech park project.

Zulkifli said Malaysia would be a good choice for the CROs because its three main races – Malays, Chinese and Indians – presented an opportunity for immediate clinical trials for the CROs.

He said the clinical trial results could be applied on several million other Malays in the region, and the one billion Indians and 1.3 billion Chinese in the world.

“Malaysia is also rich in biodiversity, especially our plant species in the centuries-old jungles, that can be developed into pharmaceutical products through R&D initiatives and activities,” said Zulkifli.
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Known as BioXCell, the project will occupy a 32.37ha site in the Southern Industrial and Logistics Clusters (SiLC) near here.

The 526.10ha SiLC in Nusajaya is being developed by UEM Land as a clean and green, managed industrial park, and has to date attracted RM115mil investments, of which 50% are from foreign companies.
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Nusajaya Bandar Selamat


NUSAJAYA: Kawasan Nusajaya yang merangkumi Kota Iskandar dan Medini diumumkan Bandar Selamat pertama di negeri ini, selaras dengan pembangunan Iskandar Malaysia sebagai koridor pembangunan ekonomi terunggul di negara ini.

Ketua Polis negeri, Datuk Mohd Mokhtar Mohd Shariff ketika mengumumkan perkara itu, berkata Bandar Selamat diwujudkan hasil arahan Kabinet dan diperakui Majlis Negara Bagi Kerajaan Tempatan pada 11 Oktober 2004 sebelum Bangsar di Kuala Lumpur, dipilih menjadi Bandar Selamat pertama di negara ini.

Beliau berkata, pelaksanaan Program Bandar Selamat merangkumi 23 Langkah Pencegahan Jenayah membabitkan pelbagai pihak seperti Polis Diraja Malaysia (PDRM), Jabatan Perancangan Bandar dan Desa dan Yayasan Pencegahan Jenayah Malaysia (MCPF) untuk memerangi jenayah.

"Jadi, polis berkongsi dengan pelbagai pihak sama ada agensi kerajaan, pertubuhan bukan kerajaan (NGO), pihak swasta dan orang ramai untuk memerangi jenayah di kawasan bandar berkenaan.

"Nusajaya dipilih sebagai Bandar Selamat pertama di Johor selaras dengan perancangan dan pembangunan di Iskandar Malaysia, sebagai hab ekonomi dan kemajuan di selatan tanah air.

"Kita akan memperluaskan Bandar Selamat di negeri ini, tetapi keutamaan kepada Iskandar Malaysia kerana keselamatan menjadi antara aspek penting di wilayah pembangunan ekonomi ini," katanya.

Beliau berkata demikian selepas melancarkan Nusajaya Bandar Selamat di Puteri Harbour di sini, semalam. Turut hadir, Timbalannya, Datuk Jalaluddin Abdul Rahman; Pengarah Projek UEM Land Holdings Berhad, Zulkifli Tahmali dan Pengerusi Kepolisan Masyarakat Nusajaya, Pandak Ahmad.

Mohd Mokhtar berkata, penerapan konsep Bandar Selamat tidak terhad kepada usaha menurunkan kadar jenayah semata-mata sebaliknya, turut merangkumi tahap kesejahteraan penduduk dan kesedaran kepada keselamatan dan ketenteraman kerana melalui kesedaran tinggi, masyarakat akan bekerjasama menjayakan hala tuju yang dikehendaki dengan pembabitan pihak berkuasa.
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Old July 27th, 2009, 07:08 AM   #256
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Project to ensure security in Nusajaya
By FARIK ZOLKEPLI


JOHOR BARU: A pilot project consisting of two security systems has been introduced in Nusajaya to make the Safe City Programme a reality and ensure the success of Iskandar Malaysia.

Johor police chief Deputy Comm Datuk Mohd Mokhtar Mohd Shariff said the programme would initially focus on a few areas in Nusajaya such as Kota Iskandar, Puteri Harbour, Medini and Gelang Patah town.


Safety first: (From left): Nusajaya community policing chairman Pandak Ahmad, Nusajaya OCPD Supt Abd Aziz Ahmad, Mohd Mokhtar and Johor deputy police chief SAC I Datuk Jalalludin Ab Rahman unveiling the logo for the Safe City Programme in Puteri Harbour, Nusajaya, recently.

As a start, he said the Precinct Security Command Centre (PSCC) was installed at Puteri Harbour Clubhouse.

“The PSCC is designed to facilitate security management at Puteri Harbour, ensure efficient operations and minimise the report and response time.

“Another safety feature is the East Ledang Security Intelligence System, which employs sophisticated detection analysis and alarm technology with a plate recognition system for vehicular entry or exit. It is also equipped with other tracking capabilities,” he said.

“The project is part of the Iskandar Safety and Security Blueprint and the Nusajaya Safety and Security Master Plan. Nusajaya was chosen as the implementation site because it is at the heart of Iskandar Malaysia,” he added.

The systems, which are linked to the police station, were put in place by UEM Land Holdings Berhad.

DCP Mohd Mokhtar said the Safe City Programme was part of a long-term plan to boost security and lower crime in Iskandar Malaysia and Johor as a whole.

“It requires the cooperation of all parties, especially the public,” he told newsmen after launching the programme at Puteri Harbour in Nusajaya here recently.

“We are also planning to build a new Nusajaya district police headquarters.

“Police presence and cooperation from the public is vital to ensure the programme’s success,” he said.

“It requires close rapport between the public and the police to ensure information on crime is relayed quickly to the police. The public will be the eyes and ears of the police,” he added.

DCP Mohd Mokhtar said that among the other initiatives were enhancing community policing, holding monthly crime talks for residents and building more police stations in the area.
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State-of-the art security features for Puteri Harbour
By Anis Ibrahim
Published: 2009/08/01

PUTERI Harbour in Nusajaya, Johor, will be equipped with state-of-the-art security features estimated to cost some RM20 million.

Among features planned include individual security centres in every building within that 405ha area and these to eventually be linked to the Puteri Harbour security command centre.

Phase One of the waterfront development's safety and security blueprint costing RM3m is already up-and-running at the marina and clubhouse.

The emphasis on security is one of Puteri Harbour's strongest pull factors, says UEM Land Bhd general manager (waterfront development) Zamani Kasim.

At present, 46 closed-circuit television cameras encircle the marina and clubhouse, some equipped with a "help" button.

"When the 'help' button is pressed, the cameras located closest to it will zoom in and you'll be able to speak to an officer at the command centre.

"Our command centre is manned by fully-trained security officers," he told Business Times yesterday.

"We're willing to spend significant sums on the safety and security because of the high-end nature of Puteri Harbour. We're also fully aware of the security concerns of the individuals who choose to come here," Zamani said.

On the search for a new investor to replace Middle East developer Damac Properties, Zamani said UEM Land hopes to find a suitable replacement by the year-end.

"We are now in talks with several parties but have yet to make our decision," he said, referring to the developer which, in June, backed out of a deal to invest in Puteri Harbour.

Damac pulled out from an arrangement to buy 17.4ha of land for RM396 million. Zamani said Damac had faced some financial difficulties.

Puteri Harbour is an integrated waterfront development offering harbourfront residences, offices and retail and entertainment outlets as well as berthing facilities for yatchs of various lengths.

The marina and clubhouse are already in operation, while the ferries and water taxis are expected to be operational by 2012.
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Strategic location a big selling point for IJM Land’s project in Nusa Duta
By ZAZALI MUSA


JOHOR BARU: IJM Land Bhd is banking on the strategic location of its latest property development project in Nusa Duta near here as the main selling point.

Managing director Datuk Soam Heng Chhon said another added attraction was its location within the development of Nusajaya regional city in Iskandar Malaysia.

“This is a niche development as it only consists of 1,000 units of medium-high to high-end residential properties on a 58ha site,” he told StarBiz at the launch of the project on Saturday.

Phase one of the project is made up of 191 units of double-storey link, clustered and semi-detached houses with prices ranging from RM381,600 to RM757,200 per unit.

Soam said the gated and guarded project, with a gross development value of RM400mil, would keep the company busy for the next four to five years.

Nusajaya, spanning 9,600ha, is the main key driver of Iskandar Malaysia, the country’s first economic growth corridor launched on Nov 4, 2006.

Nusajaya comprises seven signature developments – Kota Iskandar (the Johor State New Administrative Centre), Southern Industrial and Logistics Clusters, Puteri Harbour Waterfront Development, EduCity, Medical City, International Destination Resort and Residential Developments.

Soam said the project was also different from other existing and on-going projects within a 5km radius from Nusa Duta as it did not have commercial properties within its plot.

“We are quite fortunate as our project is well surrounded with existing and upcoming conveniences and facilities developed by other developers,” he said.

These include Bukit Indah AEON shopping mall, banks, schools, fast food outlets, a police station and Giant and Tesco hypermarkets which will open by the year-end and early 2010 respectively.

He said the on-going RM1.3bil new coastal highway linking Nusajaya and the Johor Baru city centre, which passed through the project, would also boost accessibility to Nusa Duta.

Soam said apart from first time buyers and upgraders, the company was also targeting Malaysian professionals working in Singapore and Singaporeans looking for landed properties here as the project was a short distance from the Second Link crossing.

“We are also looking at more land in Johor, especially within Iskandar Malaysia as it offers long-term economic prospects in the property segment,” he said.

Presently, IJM has 4.04ha in Permas Jaya and 101.17ha in Mount Austin, both within Iskandar Malaysia, and 477.52ha in Sebana Cove in Kota Tinggi district in the eastern part of Johor.
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