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Old March 2nd, 2013, 07:01 PM   #981
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ABSTRACTS, 35+35+35 Storey : Paholyothin










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Capella Hotel and Residences+Jumeirah Hotel and Residence, 73+45 Storey : Riverside

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RHYTHM Pahol-Ari, 54 Storey : Paholyothin

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The Breeze, 44 Storey-135M : Riverside

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NOBLE PLOENCHIT, 52+44+20+10 Storey : Ploenchit



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Old March 8th, 2013, 06:38 AM   #995
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Don Mueang aims for 27m passengers
Published: 7 Mar 2013 at 17.35Online news: Transport

Airports of Thailand expects 27.5 million passengers to use Don Mueang Airport by 2016 after it reopens Terminal 2.

Don Mueang general manager Paranee Vatanotai said on Thursday that the improvements to Terminal 2 will benefit the airport through servicing more passengers entering and leaving Bangkok.

The terminal will be refurbished this year with work expected to be complete in 2016. Don Mueang uses Terminal 1 for its present operation for low-cost airlines for domestic and international routes.

Nok Air, Thai AirAsia, AirAsia, Indonesia AirAsia and One-Two-Go Orient Thai are among the no-frills airlines using Don Mueang after moving their operations from Suvarnabhumi. Siam GA is the only full-service airline flying in and out of the airport.

The airport is 99 years old on Friday and already is the oldest airport in Thailand.

It handled 6 million passengers in the first five months of its fiscal year starting October 2012 and AoT is confident that 10 million more will be added over the next nine months.

The role of Don Mueang was relegated to a secondary airport for the capital after the opening of Suvarnabhumi Airport in 2006. It was shut down but later reopened to ease traffic and passenger congestion at the new airport.

The government set Don Mueang to provide services for no-frills airlines to serve local and regional destinations.

Mrs Paranee said the combination of the two airports will enable Thailand to handle 87.5 million air travellers a year in 2016.

The plan is to underline the country as the commercial aviation hub of the region.

BGH plans to add six more hospitals
Published: 8 Mar 2013 at 00.00Newspaper section: Business

Thailand's largest private hospital group, Bangkok Dusit Medical Services (BGH), plans to add six more hospitals this year, focusing mainly on Thailand.

Att Thongtang, chief executive of the Phyathai Hospital Group and Paolo Memorial Hospital Group, both under the BGH umbrella, said the parent has already added three hospitals, in Khon Kaen, Udon Thani and Chiang Mai provinces.

It also recently purchased Thonburi Hospital, while last month the group opened a clinic in Myanmar, with more set for Mandalay and Dawei.

The move is part of BGH's strategy of becoming the No.1 hospital group in Asia and third in the world within three years.

It is now the second-largest hospital group in Asia-Pacific by market capitalisation and fourth in the world.

The group is considering whether to acquire more hospitals or build them, but the focus will be border provinces.

BGH hospitals average 150-200 beds.

"This year we'll focus on investing in the domestic market so that our base is strong," said Mr Att.

He said it costs 1.5 billion baht to set up a new hospital compared with 1 billion for acquisition.

In 2010, the Health Network Group controlled by Wichai Thongtang sold the Phyathai and Paolo Memorial hospital chains to BGH for 12.6 billion baht. BGH also operates the Bangkok, Samitivej, BNH hospital chains.

Revenue for BGH last year reached 48.8 billion baht, up from 37.8 billion in 2011, for a net profit of 7.94 billion, up from 4.39 billion.

Krirkyos Jalayondeja, deputy director of Phyathai 1 Hospital, said revenue for Phyathai is expected to grow by double digits in 2013, while the percentage of foreign patients is expected to reach 15% this year and 20-25% in the next two years.

While 40% of BGH's patients are foreigners, the figure is 10% for Phyathai. Most of Phyathai's foreign patients are from Russia, followed by Cambodia, Myanmar and Vietnam.

Phyathai 1 Hospital opened its third building yesterday, raising its outpatient capacity by almost 50%.

Shares of BGH closed yesterday on the SET at 152.50 baht, up 50 satang, in trade worth 861 million baht.
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The SET-listed Golden Land Property Development Plc will spend 1 billion baht to resume housing development and 4 billion baht for a mixed-use project this year.
President Thanapol Sirithanachai said the company aims to boost revenue from housing development, which contributed 5% of revenue last year, to 50% by 2015.
"For residential business, our parent firm Univentures Plc refocused us to develop low-rise projects while condos will be developed by our sister company Grand Unity Co," he said.
Golden Land has 19 units on Bang Na-Trat Road, seven at a Rama IX site and one at the Pin Klao project remaining for sale, all luxury single homes.
It will shift from high-priced to mid-priced projects of around 5 million baht a unit and expects to have at least 5 billion baht in revenue from the housing business over the next three years.
Golden Land has had consecutive losses during the past four years. Last year it had a net loss of 613.06 million baht on revenue of 1.61 billion baht, compared with a net loss of 231.45 million baht on 1.18 billion baht in 2011.
The company still has enough cash for investment in new land plots this year, while the mixed-use project will be financed by bank loans, said Mr Thanapol, also a director of Univentures.
The mixed-use project will have office and hotel elements on a nearly nine-rai site at the corner of Ratchadaphisek Road and Rama IV Road, opposite the Stock Exchange of Thailand.
With a total lettable area of 100,000 square metres, the project will be valued at 4.7 billion baht. The company recently restarted a 30-year leasehold contract with the Crown Property Bureau (CPB).
Golden Land will also spend 20-30 million baht to renovate some of its existing properties, including the Goldenland office building on Soi Mahad Lek Luang 1, a plot it leases from Privy Purse with 10 years remaining.
There are also two serviced apartment complexes: the Mayfair Marriott worth 206 million baht on Soi Lang Suan, on a plot leased from Privy Purse; and the Ascott Sathorn worth 2.23 billion baht, on a plot leased from a foundation.
Newer properties include the W Hotel worth 5.8 billion baht, in which Golden Land holds 20%; and the Sathorn Square office building worth 4.4 billion baht.
Located near Chong Nonsi BTS station, both are on plots leased from the CPB.
Only two properties are on freehold plots: Inchcape, a non-used warehouse on 31 rai on Ramkhamhaeng Road with a land value of 797 million baht; and Panorama Golf Course worth 693 million baht, occupying 2,096 rai in the Sikhiu district of Nakhon Ratchasima.

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Some developers expect the integration of ASEAN countries to generate benefits for Thailand’s property market.

Over 50 percent of new developers to launch projects in Thailand in recent years were from other sectors including garments, jewellery and machinery, according to Monchai Orawongpaison, senior manager for project sales and marketing at property consultancy firm Colliers International Thailand.

Many developers have amassed land over several years and are not concerned that Bangkok’s new city plan may have an impact on the potential of plots, said Monchai. The new city plan is scheduled to come into effect from May, reported the Phuket News.

The economic integration of ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) countries is expected by some developers to have a positive effect on Thailand’s property market. As such, some developers are launching projects that will be completed by 2015.

Colliers signed sales management contracts for 10 projects worth THB8.5 billion (US$285.8 million) in 4Q2012 and 1Q2013 so far. Figures for the six-month period are more than double contracts worth THB4 billion (US$134.5 million) acquired by Colliers throughout 2011.

One of Colliers’ new projects includes the Navatanee project on Seri Thai Road in Bangkok. The development comprises 30 houses between THB40 – 50 million (US$1.34 million – 1.68 million).

Colliers also represents Celeste Hua Hin, a condominium project in Khao Tao worth THB1.4 billion (US$47 million). The project is being developed by Khao Tao Bayview Resort.

Colliers also signed to represent the Orion Condominium Pattaya, a development worth THB1 billion (US$33.6 million). The Orion is being developed by a firm new to the industry.

Atjosira Property, which plans to develop high end single housing in Si Racha is also in talks with Colliers.

Colliers currently provides services for 12 projects in Myanmar and is planning to introduce a London property to the Thai market later this year.

Last year Colliers recorded revenue of THB200 million (US$6.7 million), up 40 percent from 2011. The property consultancy firm has targeted a growth of 30 to 40 percent for 2013.

Property prices and office and retail rents will grow by five to 10 percent this year as a result of Thailand’s property boom, according to Colliers’ research.

Condominium units priced lower than THB3 million (US$100,899) are predicted to be in high demand. According to Colliers, sales in some areas may be slower due to supply initially outstripping demand.

Only one office building, The Nine Tower on Ratchadaphisek Road, is scheduled for completion this year according to the Phuket News.
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Old March 8th, 2013, 06:39 AM   #996
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That is correct. CPN leased only 40 rais, the remaining 88 rai now on call for tender.

CPB ad rankles Central Leases solicited for prime Rama IV site
Published: 7 Mar 2013 at 00.00Newspaper section: Business

Central Pattana Plc (CPN), the Central Group's commercial property developer, will seek assurances from the Crown Property Bureau (CPB) regarding its right to develop a plot on the busy corner of Rama IV and Wireless roads.

The green 88-rai vacant plot of the Crown Property Bureau (top left corner) sits at a prime location in Bangkok — the corner of Rama IV and Wireless roads. The CPB is offering a long-term lease for interested companies to develop mixed-use projects at the site, the former location of the old Suan Lum Night Bazaar. THANARAK KHOONTON

"What worries us is the move from the bureau that seeks other parties to develop land adjacent to ours," said a CPN executive who asked not to be named.


The executive spoke after the CPB yesterday ran an ad in several newspapers telling the public it is seeking proposals for long-term leasing and development of the 88 rai (35,200 square wah) of vacant land on the corner. It is the site of the old Suan Lum Night Bazaar.

In the ad, the CPB said the development will be a mixed-use project including hotel, residential, office, cultural and education elements. Interested parties can submit proposals by March 29 for a 30-year lease term with an option for a 30-year extension.

CPN, the country's biggest commercial property developer, was awarded a 30-year lease contract in 2007 from the CPB to develop 40 rai at the prime location opposite Lumpini Park.

CPN's proposal for developing the site met its design and concept criteria of creating a landmark and centrepiece attraction for Bangkok. The plan maps out a complex of world-class shopping facilities, offices and a hotel.

But the source said CPN executives are now concerned over whether the new development projects required by the CPB would mean direct competition with their future complex.

A source from the property industry who also asked not to be named said the first-ever public announcement by the CPB indicates that the bureau needs a new player to bid and wants to attract foreign investors.

The period of just 24 days to submit proposals will limit the field to those who are professional and ready to invest in the project, the source said.

Previously, the CPB sent letters inviting groups to bid for land leases.

The source said the ad sends a message that the vast plot of land remains available for leasing beyond the portion that was leased to CPN.

Surachet Kongcheep, senior manager at the property consultant Colliers International Thailand, estimates the likely figure of investment in the CPB's mixed-use development at 100 billion baht.

Such a massive investment could only be mustered by the country's top two developers, he said.

"Only the Central Group and liquor and property tycoon Charoen Sirivadhanabhakdi could do that," said Mr Surachet.
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Im confused ...I thought Central already won leasehold bidding of this giant plot of land at old Suan Lum Night bazaar??

why is 88 rai on bid now?

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