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Old February 7th, 2005, 10:09 AM   #1
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LIDO BOULEVARD | Iskandar Malaysia (Johor Bahru)

The Star Online > News
Monday February 7, 2005
Bid to make Lido Beach like Sydney Harbour

BY ZUHRIN AZAM AHMAD
JOHOR BARU: Johor is planning to develop and turn the 5km-long Lido Beach here into a spot much like the Sydney Harbour.

Mentri Besar Datuk Abdul Ghani Othman said the area had the potential due to its location.

“It is within the city boundary and only a few minutes away from the Causeway. Both factors are a plus point as such a plan would only be viable if it could attract a huge and constant crowd.

“I may sound over-ambitious but I don’t see why we cannot have something like the Sydney Harbour at Lido Beach,” he said after opening the Danga Bay International Restaurant last night.

Danga Bay is a subsidiary of Ekovest Bhd, the developer of the multi-million ringgit recreational centre which is located at one end of the beach.

Abdul Ghani said he was confident that the plan would materialise.

“If we brought the idea up 10 years ago, people would have laughed because then, we did not care much about leisure.

“But its different now as our people have started to spend more time with their families at recreational parks and are always looking for new places to go. I am quite confident this place would be the main attraction in this city,” he said.
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Old February 7th, 2005, 10:16 AM   #2
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I hope it's not slow like how Melaka's Klebang ended like
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Old February 7th, 2005, 06:03 PM   #3
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This is another habour like project in johor bahru. The left top red building is State Administrative Building. Middle is the new causeway so the habour will claim the old custom land.



Jewel Harbour "Malaysia's Precious Gem"

Johor Bahru, the Southern Gateway to Malaysia, is located at the southern portion of Malacca Sultanate. The main idea is to create a walking street with a sense of history, unique characteristic, economic viability, and to provide a lifestyle of outdoor dining, retail shops, flea markets, and unforgettable antique shops. The development is divided into two parts: the Pearl Passage and the Emerald Bay, having separate distinct identities yet are linked by their common interactive activities, creating a development called the Jewel Harbour.


Location: Johor Bahru, Malaysia
Client/Developer: Liz Corp Malaysia
Project Type: Mixed-Use Development
Commercial, Residential, Hotel, Office, Entertainment
Design Services: Concept Master Plan
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Old February 7th, 2005, 06:08 PM   #4
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oh...danga bay and jewel habour is same designer from cadiz international
http://www.cadizinternational.com/pro_pantailido.html

LIDO PARK AT DANGA BAY


Lido Park is a celebration of Sensory Experiences with its scenic waterfront location and vibrant natural atmosphere; through the use of meandering walks of different elevations and creative texture, soothing sounds, and different aromas & scents of nature. The park features destination points of food retail (the Floating & International Restaurants and the bay Leaf Food Plaza) designed as light structures of open air dining overlooking the refreshing view of the water; recreation destinations (Orchid Park and Beach Pool); and cultural destinations (amphitheater & cultural center).

Location: Johor Bahru, Malaysia
Client/Developer: Danga Bay Development
Project Type: Mixed-Use Development
Entertainment, Commercial, Cultural
Design Service: Concept Design, Schematic Design, Design Development, Environment Graphic Design.
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Old April 16th, 2006, 07:24 PM   #5
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Old January 13th, 2008, 08:20 AM   #6
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LIDO BOULEVARD | Iskandar Malaysia (Johor Bahru)

Work on Lido Boulevard to start after CNY

JOHOR BARU: Work on the RM2.7bil Lido Boulevard, the latest waterfront project within the Iskandar Development Region (IDR), is set to commence after Chinese New Year.

The developer, Central Malaysian Properties Sdn Bhd (CMP), will start mobilising construction equipment and manpower at the project site along Lido Beach here in March.

In a statement, CMP managing director Datuk Chan Tien Ghee said: “The pre-qualification of contractors saw more than 130 international firms submit bids for the project. This is a clear indication that the IDR is drawing wide attention.”

Lido Boulevard is one of the biggest private finance initiatives along the Lido waterfront after the Danga Bay development.

The project is a joint venture between CMP and Johor State Secretary Inc, an investment holding company of the Johor government that is also the land owner.

Chan said CMP would spend RM150mil over the next two years to upgrade all road infrastructure on site. This included expanding Jalan Abu Bakar (Jalan Skudai) into a dual three-lane carriageway.

“Lido Boulevard will help rejuvenate Johor Baru and transform it into an exciting city with a myriad of leisure and recreational public facilities,” he said.

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Old January 13th, 2008, 08:22 AM   #7
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Lido Boulevard development to begin in March

JOHOR BARU: Work on the RM2.7bil Lido Boulevard, the latest waterfront project within the Iskandar Development Region (IDR), is set to commence after Chinese New Year.

The developer, Central Malaysian Properties Sdn Bhd (CMP), will start mobilising construction equipment and manpower at the project site along the Lido Beach here in March.

In a statement, CMP managing director Dato’ Chan Tien Ghee said, “The prequalification of contractors saw more than 130 international firms submit bids for the project. This is a clear indication that the IDR is drawing wide attention."

The Lido Boulevard is one of the biggest privately-financed initiatives along the Lido waterfront here after the Danga Bay development.

This privatisation project is a joint-venture between CMP and Johor State Secretary Incorporated - an investment holding company of the Johor State Government - which is also the land owner, the statement said.

Chan said CMP would spend RM150mil over the next two years to upgrade all existing road infrastructure on site. This includes expanding the present Jalan Abu Bakar (Jalan Skudai) into a dual three-lane carriageway.

“As this development is designed for city living, Lido Boulevard will help rejuvenate Johor Baru and transform it into an exciting city with a myriad of leisure and recreational public facilities,” he noted.

Lido Boulevard has four main development components – luxury condominiums, waterfront office suites, a hotel and a shopping mall

-the star(10/1/2008)
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Old January 13th, 2008, 02:12 PM   #8
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Hope this is not another JB waterfront city......sigh...
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Old January 14th, 2008, 03:40 AM   #9
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Hope this is not another JB waterfront city......sigh...
Yeah we had been promised something like this 10 years ago....and all we got was an abandoned building on the waterfront and wasted funds. Now there is another project to reclaim land when there are so many abandoned buildings in JB....let's hope this time it would bear fruit.
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Old January 14th, 2008, 05:22 AM   #10
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Hope this is not another JB waterfront city......sigh...
Don't have any expectations since this is a Berjaya project. Believe it when construction is in full swing and not abandoned half way.
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Old January 14th, 2008, 09:56 AM   #11
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sigh...imagine if this whole waterfront project were to abandoned halfway,,,,ishk,,,it' gonna be another eyesore to the city...

i heard danga bay just demolished the whole bay leaf food court....i wonder why.......rumours that it would be a new office tower...is that true???
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Old June 13th, 2008, 10:43 AM   #12
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Work on RM2.7b Lido Boulevard to start by Sept
Published: 2008/06/13



CENTRAL Malaysian Properties Sdn Bhd (CMP) announced today that it will start work on the RM2.7 billion Lido Boulevard project in Johor Baru by September this year.

In a statement, CMP said the integrated residential-cum-commercial city project will begin with land reclamation which is expected to be completed within 24 months.

The 122-acre Lido Boulevard between State Secretary Incorporated, a Johor state government investment company, and CMP is one of the biggest private finance initiatives to date within the Iskandar Malaysia development corridor.

“When fully developed, the project will completely rehabilitate a major stretch of Lido Beach, often considered an eyesore by locals,” CMP said.



CMP managing director Datuk Chan Tien Chee said the land reclamation would be strictly monitored with stringent measures in place to protect marine life, the coastal environment and the livelihoods of affected fishermen. — Bernama

i tot after cny..now in sept??
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Old June 13th, 2008, 12:38 PM   #13
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trust me..this project might be a major flop!

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Old June 13th, 2008, 02:12 PM   #14
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Sept also after cny..hehehe...they r smart to annouce like tat.
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Old June 14th, 2008, 08:26 AM   #15
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why build something on the water when there is plenty of land in JB for constructions? what's the rationale of this?
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Old June 14th, 2008, 09:47 AM   #16
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why build something on the water when there is plenty of land in JB for constructions? what's the rationale of this?
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Old June 14th, 2008, 06:53 PM   #17
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Work on Lido Boulevard to start in September
Saturday June 14, 2008 MYT 4:00:20 PM
By YEE XIANG YUN
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JOHOR BARU: Real estate developer Central Malaysian Properties Sdn Bhd (CMP) will start work on a RM2.7bil waterfront development project along Lido Beach here by September this year.

It will take 24 months to complete the land reclamation, which will extend between 0.04km and 0.45km into the Straits of Johor along a 2.4km stretch of the beachfront here.

CMP managing director Datuk Chan Tian Ghee said the company has secured full Environment Impact Assessment (EIA) approvals for the project.

"The land reclamation would be strictly monitored with stringent measures in place to protect marine life, the coastal environment and the livelihoods of affected fishermen.

"As part of the EIA requirements, an Emergency Response Plan and Environmenal Management Plan will be put in place before work starts to deal with any environmental issues," he said in a statement.

The project, named Lido Boulevard is an integrated residential-cum-commercial city. The project is also one of the biggest private finance initiatives to date within Iskandar Malaysia or the Southern Corridor.
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Clean-up of Johor Straits to begin in September
By R. Sittamparam news@nst.com.my


JOHOR BARU: One of the biggest operations to clean up the heavily polluted Johor Straits will begin when construction of the proposed RM2.7 billion Lido Boulevard starts here in September.

The developer of the mega waterfront project, Central Malaysian Properties Sdn Bhd (CMP), has secured full environmental impact assessment (EIA) approvals to spearhead building works.

It will involve plans to improve water quality and check pollution in the straits.

A hydrology study in 2002, commissioned by Gerbang Perdana, builder of the scrapped bridge to replace the Causeway, found Johor Straits to be heavily polluted with heavy metals, sewage and leachate.

The pollutants, accumulated over the years, weretrapped on both sides of the 88-year-old Causeway, making the straits the most polluted waterway in the country.

"The Lido Boulevard project will completely rehabilitate a major stretch of Lido beach," said CMP managing director Datuk Chan Tien Ghee.

He said the environmental protection and mitigation efforts, expected to cost millions of ringgit, would include opening two blocked culverts under the Causeway to release the "dead water" in the straits.

CMP will also erect a massive silt curtain and sand bund to trap discharged sediment.

Sophisticated devices will also be installed at strategic spots along the project site during the pre-construction stage to monitor soil movement, noise, air and water quality.

Lido Boulevard, an integrated residential-cum-commercial development, will be built on reclaimed land at a 2.4km stretch of Lido beach.

The 49.3ha privatisation project is a joint venture between State Secretary Incorporated (a Johor government investment company), the Johor government and CMP.

The project is one of the biggest private finance initiatives to date within the Iskandar development region.

When developed, the project has the potential to change the Johor Baru skyline and raise the city's profile internationally.

Chan said CMP would strictly adhere to the EIA conditions to protect marine life, the coastal environment and the livelihood of fishermen.

"We will put in place an emergency response plan and an environmental management plan to deal with any environmental issues.

"We've also set up a humanitarian and environmental fund to address any social and environmental issues arising from this development."

The fund will be administered by an independent board of trustees.
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Wow very interesting way to clean up the straits of johor!!!Yahooooo JOHOR memang boleh!!!!
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Lido Beach project to start in September


JOHOR BARU: Real estate developer Central Malaysian Properties Sdn Bhd (CMP) will start work on a RM2.7bil waterfront development project along Lido Beach here by September this year.

It will take 24 months to complete the land reclamation, which will extend between 0.04km and 0.45km into the Straits of Johor along a 2.4km stretch of the beachfront.


Impressive: An aerial view of the RM2.7bil Lido Boulevard project.

CMP managing director Datuk Chan Tian Ghee said the company had secured full Environment Impact Assessment (EIA) approvals for the project.

“The land reclamation will be strictly monitored with stringent measures in place to protect marine life, the coastal environment and the livelihood of affected fishermen.

“As part of the EIA requirements, an Emergency Response Plan and Environmental Management Plan will be put in place before work starts to deal with any environmental issues,” he said in a statement.

Chan added that the sand for the venture would be sourced from Teluk Ramunia by a dredger, which will anchor at Stulang Laut near the Causeway, and then transferred to the site via a 2km floating and sunken pipeline.

“To facilitate this, two blocked culverts under the Causeway will be cleared and one of them will be utilised for the pipeline during reclamation works.

“This will, in turn, enable free flow of water from Stulang Laut to Lido Beach and vice versa, thereby improving water quality,” he said.

CMP will also invest heavily on environment improvement measures during the pre-construction stage, which includes installing devices to monitor soil movement, noise, air and water quality.

When fully developed, the project will completely rehabilitate a major stretch of Lido Beach.

Mentri Besar Datuk Abdul Ghani Othman, who launched the project last November, said the development would not only change the city’s skyline but also raise Johor Baru’s profile internationally.

“The idea is to design and reposition Johor Baru as an international gateway to Malaysia,” he said.

The project, named Lido Boulevard, is an integrated residential cum commercial city.

It is one of the biggest privately-financed initiatives to date within the Iskandar Development Region Malaysia or the Southern Corridor.
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