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Old November 24th, 2014, 04:07 PM   #1741
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Settlement for Orange line:
1. readjust the route from MRTA to to head to Rama 9 station before going along Dindaeng road with a station for Keha Dindaeng (Dropping point for BMA 2 and those who live in Prachasongkraw area) all the way to Soi Rang Nam station - cutting down the number of land exappropriation from 180 households to 30 households and save the cost for land expropriation by 500 million Baht and construction cost by 2500 million Baht
2. the Ratchaprarob station has to be cancelled and rang nam station will have to function as the station to connect with Rajprarob station of Airport link
3. Cut and cover for Rama 9 station of Orange line - expect 1.1 km of Rama 9 road to be closed for cut and cover construction for at least 1-2 year
4. construction started from 2015 to be opened in 2020
Note: many nettizens have complained that the selfishness to those who live in Pracha Songkraw area as well as those who live in Pratoo Nam area have ruined Orange line with inconvenient connections
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Though recovery incomplete, Bangkok retail market growing, research centre Collier finds
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November 21, 2014 1:00 am


GREATER BANGKOK'S retail market is still growing even though the economy has not yet recovered 100 per cent, according to Collier International Thailand Research.

About 196,000 square metres of retail space was added during the first nine months of this year, taking the total to 6,794,600sqm.

Surachet Kongcheep, associate director of research, said community malls were still the main players, making up 47 per cent of the 53,200sqm of new retail space supplied in the third quarter. More than 393,390sqm is scheduled to be completed this quarter.

More than 4 million square metres or 59 per cent of existing retail space as of the third quarter comprised shopping malls and community malls, representing the second-largest market share with a total area of 905,980sqm or 13 per cent.

Superstore malls rank third at 12 per cent or 816,950sqm. Community malls replaced superstore malls in second place after many community malls were added to the market in the past few years compared with very few superstore malls.

New supply scheduled to be completed this quarter amounts to 393,390sqm, with 190,500sqm of shopping malls and 182,900sqm of community malls.

The occupancy rate in all areas last quarter remained similar to that in the previous quarter, but the rate in the city area increased more than in other locations because of some brand names and luxury shops.
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Old November 25th, 2014, 07:36 PM   #1746
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Grande Centrepoint Thong Lo, 24 Storey : Sukhumvit-55

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Project Description : 24 Storey Serviced Apartment
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Old November 26th, 2014, 07:26 PM   #1749
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Cabinet Approving the extension of Airport Link from Phyathai to Donmueang Airport with the investment of 31,103 million Baht to connect both Airport with underground section from Rama 6 Road to Ranong 1 road due to fact that this line must pass near Chitladda Palace - the rest are elevated tracks

There will be 5 station on the route
1. Rajvithi (Underground station since it is closed proximity to Chitladda Palace => First section
2. Bangsue Central - under construction with the design to accept Airport link => First section
3. Bang Khen station - connect with red line commuter and those who work in Kasetsart University => Second section
4. Laksi - connect with both red line commuter and pink monorail along with those who work in MICT and Chaeng Watthana Government Complex => Second section
5. Donmueng Airport station => Second section

There are 2 versions of services:
Airport Express stop at Donmueang, Bangsue Central, Makkasan Center, and Suvannabhum - 30 minute from Donmueang to Suvannabhum
Airport City Line stop along the way - 50 minute from Donmueang to Suvannabhum

Construction started in 2015 and opened by the end of 2019 with the number of passenger on the first year at 237000 passengers a day
Section 1 from Phyathai to Bangsue Central including the break of dead end to become through way - 13600 million Baht
Section 2 from Bangsue Central to Donmueng Airport station - 19400 million Baht

458 Million Baht for Land exappropriation on 25 land plots including Ban Rajvithi and Highway Dept
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Old November 26th, 2014, 07:29 PM   #1750
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SIAMESE BLOSSOM
Townhomes at Raminthra Road, Bangkok, Thailand
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Siamese Blossom is a townhouse project on Raminthra Road, a suburb on the north of Bangkok. The scheme aims to create a living space within greenery, conveying a sense of community and to fix the common problems of townhouses. These include a lack of natural ventilation and a lack of natural light found in a long and narrow plot.

The townhouses are arranged to allow the narrow elevations facing East and West to gain minimum heat from the sun. In contrast the long elevations entail openings facing the North and South to get natural ventilation. They become perpendicular with the main public road in the centre of the development. Plants walls and fences along the main public road provide security and control before accessing to the townhouses, whilst maintaining a friendly atmosphere.

The townhouses are systematically designed to be 12m apart. The space in between becomes a shared garden and a key space for natural cross-ventilation between the two rows. In this respect the gardens become a community space as they are only accessible by the immediate townhouses.

The units are increased the variation and created better identity for each unit by either mirroring units or increasing the 3rd floor height on random units. These taller units are highlighted by the red brick coloured fašade leaving all other units coloured grey. The brick screens are the primary element of the townhouse fašade. It is an inexpensive and common material in Thailand. Therefore it has a low carbon footprint and is better suited for the skills of the local construction labour. The brick screens have various functions such as acting as privacy screens, providing sun shading and covering of air-condensing units and downpipes.
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BLUE FIN CONDOMINIUM
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Situated at the heart of Bangkok’s central bussiness district, Blue Fin is designed to reflect the urban lifestyle of its surrounding area. The 8-storey apartment complex consists of seven levels of residential apartments, ground floor retail tenancies, a roof garden and a 3-storey basement car park.

The building creates urban solidity through efficient living space yet maintains an engaging ‘green’ landscape in the form of a bright ‘roof garden’ and a ‘communal green’. The commercial space on the ground floor aims to synergize with the surrounding framework of the leisure and entertainment precincts at Sukhumvit 5.

The fašade design is inspired by the qualities of ‘Quartz’. The triangulated pattern is made of ‘perforated metal panels’, which conceptually aim to represent a crystalline effect. This pattern also allows a warming glimpse of light to inhabit the ROOM, as well as enabling residents to associate the vibrant environment of Sukhumvit 5 with their interior or alternatively they can close the mesh fašade to offer privacy and reprieve from the outside world. In addition, the mesh acts as a solar-protection device for the building at the South and West sides.

Referencing to the facade, the interiors explore the concept of flexible environment as well as functionality. Full-height glass sliding doors are created to provide privacy between living ROOM and bedroom. Nonetheless, occupants can choose to unify the living and resting area by opening up the glass doors to maximise space usage. Additionally, Blue Fin offers mixed varieties of room types; duplex, one bedroom, two bedroom, and Penthouse.

The roof garden provides a lush greenery landscape and communal area. This creates a sense of neighbourhood as well as supporting a vibrant community.
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Strong demand boosts Thong Lor condo prices, rental rates
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November 28, 2014 1:00 am




The Thong Lor area has experienced strong residential demand for condominiums and both serviced and non-serviced apartments, boosting condo prices and rental rates for apartments, according to a survey by Sansiri's subsidiary Plus Property, a real-estate agency.

The research shows the locale's condominium market boasts take-up rates in the range of 70-100 per cent, while prices have risen by 27 per cent over a five-year period.

Apartments are enjoying similar boosts, with land prices rising by up to 22 per cent over the past two to three years to reach Bt1.3 million per square wah (4 square metres).

The company's managing director, Poomipak Julmanichoti, said the study had found that the Thong Lor (Sukhumvit 55) area "represents a property treasure trove that has demonstrated consistently outstanding growth rates".

As a centre of business and leisure that perfectly suits the modern lifestyle, especially since the opening of the BTS Skytrain station, Thong Lor is now a superb location with a massive range of transportation connections that link it to nearby side roads, such as Sukhumvit 49, 51, 53 and 63 (Ekamai), as well as the major New Phetchaburi Road, he said.

While Thong Lor itself is essentially a short side road that spans just 2 to 3 kilometres, land prices in the Sukhumvit-Thong Lor-Ekamai stretch have skyrocketed over the past two to three years, going up by 22 per cent from Bt900,000 per square wah in 2012.

A recently closed deal for a plot of Thong Lor land close to the main road was valued at Bt1.2 million-Bt1.3 million per square wah, thanks to the location's excellent surroundings, which include a multitude of international restaurants and well-frequented community malls that continue to attract locals and tourists alike.

Meanwhile, condominium prices in Thong Lor are growing at a faster rate than in nearby side roads, and these projects in the prime central zone are generating more interest compared to projects located closer to the BTS station, the Plus Property survey found.
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Thailand's long-term property prospects remain bright, fuelled by rapid urbanisation, mass transit and transport development and a growing ageing population.

Rapid urbanisation, in particular, is a key trend around the world, particularly among Asean countries. This will definitely boost residential market growth in metropolitan and neighbouring areas, says Samma Kitsin, director-general of the Real Estate Information Center (REIC).

"It can involve both people migrating to cities and urban expansion among them," he said.

According to leading consulting firm KPMG, 60% of the world's population will live in cities by 2030, up from 50% in 2013. In the next two decades, 80% of all urban growth will take place in Asia and Africa.

Cities with a population of more than 10 million will become megacities, such as Bangkok, Jakarta and Manila, while key cities may be even twice as large as secondary ones.

Urbanisation will also create secondary cities. They include Pathum Thani, Samut Prakan and major provinces like Chiang Mai, Phuket, Nakhon Ratchasima, Khon Kaen, Rayong, Phetchaburi (especially Cha-am), Prachuap Khiri Khan (especially Hua Hin) and Songkhla (Hat Yai).

Secondary cities include Ayutthaya, Nakhon Sawan, Chachoengsao, Kanchanaburi, Chiang Rai, Phitsanulok, Surat Thani and Nakhon Si Thammarat.

However, rapid urbanisation comes with its attendant side effects: residential property shortage, increased slums and rising social, economic and political problems. Property developments thus need good planning and an analysis of customers whose requirements are more varied.

According to Mr Samma, problems and obstacles may arise particularly in secondary cities, not only concerning economic disparity but also employment, infrastructure, environment, mass transit, land encroachment, housing oversupply and shortage, administration, transparency, poverty, rapid social change and crime.

To support secondary cities and urbanisation, mass transit and transport improvement and development is necessary. It will shift property locations from Greater Bangkok to expansion in outer areas, said Mr Samma.

The number of mass-transit stations in the next five years will outnumber the current stations which started 15 years ago. Currently, there are 63 stations; in the next five years, there will be 222.

"Train, skytrain and subway routes will all be connected by 2029 or earlier," said Mr Samma.

According to the Office of Transport and Traffic Policy and Planning, there will be development of double-track railways on 17 routes, highway expansion of five routes, international highways, motorways and 10 mass-transit lines during 2015-22.

Transport improvement and development will help boost special economic zones, another megatrend REIC predicts. It will boost industrial estates, distribution centres and commercial and residential development in those locations and nearby, said Mr Samma.

The government set up a policy committee on special economic zone development that last month approved the boundaries of zones in five border areas covering 10 districts with a total area of 1.83 million rai to be set up in 2015-16.

They include Mae Sot, Phop Phra and Mae Ramat districts in Tak, Muang, Wan Yai and Don Tan districts in Mukdahan, Sadao district in Songkhla, Aranyaprathet and Watthana Nakhon districts in Sa Kaeo, and Khlong Yai district in Trat.

Phase two will comprise six potential locations: Mae Sai and Chiang Khong in Chiang Rai, Sangkhla Buri in Kanchanaburi, Nakhon Phanom, Nongkhai and Sungai Kolok in Narathiwat.

"Convenient transport will create multiple central business districts, which will comprise large grade-A office buildings, commercial property and high-end condominiums," said Mr Samma.

Another key megatrend that property developers should take into account is the ageing society.

The National and Economic Social Development Board forecasts that the number of people aged over 65 will account for 14% of the total population in the next seven years and 20% in the next decade, from 9.9% last year.

"Residential project development in the future should take into account older people who are smart and tech-savvy. Locations should be convenient for travel and project design should be elderly-friendly," said Mr Samma.

Kessara Thanyalakpark, executive director of SET-listed developer Sena Development Plc, said the elderly need independent retirement housing units provided with personal care and nursing services.

Housing design for ageing people should be in line with universal design, which covers the following principles: equitable use, flexibility in use, simple and intuitive, offering understanding and perceptible information, safety and tolerance for errors, low physical effort and energy conservation and size, and size and space for approach and use.

There should be elderly-assistance systems and tools in the house such as an automatic alarm system, emergency assistance system, security system, health-check system, wireless health information system, robots and monitoring system.

Paisit Kaenchan, principal of Hospitality Advisory Services Co, said the ageing society is one of the 10 megatrends for the hotel sector due to the increasing number of senior citizens worldwide.

"Senior citizens travel a lot more with their family," he said. "Also increasing is the number of women travellers, particularly single women travelling in groups."

He said travel trends have changed from destination-based to activities-based. Nowadays just visiting a destination is not enough. Travellers think about what to do there.

"Travel agencies cannot sell Phuket, Bali or the Maldives themselves. They need to sell activities like diving or surfing. Travellers will choose the activities first, then the destination."

Mr Paisit said the main drivers in the hotel business worldwide are China and India. Chinese outbound tourists are forecast to hit 160 million in 2018, up from 47.7 million in 2009 and 97.3 million last year.

The number of Chinese visitors to Thailand in 2013 reached 4.64 million, accounting for 4.8% of total arrivals, and the figures are set to rise in the future.

Thailand was the third most popular destination among Chinese tourists last year after Macau and Hong Kong, replacing South Korea.

"Seeing this potential, two Chinese budget hotel groups are expanding their presence in Thailand. Both are listed in the US," said Mr Paisit.

One of them is 7 Days Group Holdings (NYSE: SVN), whose first hotel in Thailand will be completed by the end of this year in Chiang Mai. The other is Home Inns & Hotels Management Inc (NASDAQ: HMIN), the largest budget hotel chain in China.

Another emerging market is India. Last year the number of Indian visitors to Thailand totalled 1.05 million, accounting for 6.6% of the nation's outbound tourists.

India's outbound tourism worldwide is predicted to soar to 50 million in 2020 from 16 million last year due to the rapid growth of the middle-class in India.

"Brazil, Russia, India and China are all seeing economic growth. For Thailand's tourism business, we've got the last three," said Mr Paisit.

Other megatrends for the hotel sector include the expansion of low-cost carriers, which sometimes offer tickets cheaper than land transport. They are expanding both in terms of the number of destinations and airlines, offering both short- and long-haul trips.

The internet has played a key role in changing tourists' decision-making. Online booking has grown substantially, and travel websites like TripAdvisor are edging out travel agents.

Mr Paisit said that destinations should cooperate rather than compete against each other. For example, Sukhothai, Luang Prabang and Yangon should jointly selling multicity packages.

Other megatrends for the hotel sector are Asia becoming a convention hub, tourists' greater expectations, and safety and health concerns.

"Political unrest, natural disasters and epidemics are key concerns among tourists. They will shift elsewhere if a country has one of these problems," he said.

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BMA (Bangkok Metropolitan Administration) will start bidding for 3 expressways next year with a combined length of 40.9 km. While the Sirat expressway extension 16.7km (pink line on the map) is 33% done and will be completed in mid 2016.

Bangkok Expressway system status
  • Expressway Authority of Thailand (EXAT) - 207.9km
    • 3 expressway bidding next year: 40.9km
    • Under construction: 16.7km
  • Bang Na Expressway - 55km
  • Don Mueang Tollway - 28.1km




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