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Old January 17th, 2012, 05:26 PM   #281
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NEW PROJECT: KB Sentral @ Tunjong, Kota Bharu

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KOTA BARU: Construction and engineering firm Sara-Timur Sdn Bhd plans to invest up to RM600 million to develop an integrated commercial property project called Kota Baru [email protected] in Kelantan.

Chairman emeritus professor Datuk Dr M. Zawawi Ismail said the project, which will feature shopping malls, luxury apartments and condominiums, a convention centre and office blocks, will be developed over three phases on a 16.5ha land in Tunjong.

"We expect to begin construction by June or July as land acquisition procedures and other preliminary engineering works are already completed," he told reporters here.

The project, Zawawi said, will be jointly developed with the Kelantan Menteri Besar Incorporated and Tunjong Development Corporation.

He said the first phase of the project involving a shopping centre called "village mall" is expected to be ready for occupation in two anda half years.

"We expect the entire project to be fully ready in five to seven years from now," Zawawi said.

He said Kelantan traditional architecture and contemporary Islamic designs will be infused into buildings in the project.
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RM5bil project set to be a major boost for Terengganu’s economy
Tuesday October 25, 2011
BY FARIK ZOLKEPLI Photo by ZABIDI TUSIN
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Huge project: Ahmad (second left) listening to Jebasinggam (left) while
State secretary Datuk Mazlan Ngah (second right) and ECERDC General
Manager (Infrastructure) Arizan Arifin look on during the ground breaking
and launching ceremony.


KUALA TERENGGANU: The Kuala Terengganu City Centre (KTCC) project is expected to draw some RM5bil in domestic and foreign investments upon its completion in 2018.

Terengganu Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Ahmad Said said the project, with a gross development value of RM5bil, would also improve the state’s economy.

“At present, the state’s yearly economic growth is between 5% and 5.5%. However, we expect economic growth to reach 7.7% by 2020 due to this mega-project,” he told reporters after officiating the ground-breaking ceremony at the project site here recently.

Ahmad said the project, which covers a 7km area from the Terengganu river estuary, would expand and link the city to its waterfront and is expected to enhance Kuala Terengganu as a Heritage Waterfront City.

“Terengganu is set for exciting times. The KTCC project is a game-changer and will establish new economic parameters for the state.

“There will be multiple spin-offs for the local population as businesses will flourish riding on increased tourist arrivals as well as enhanced opportunities in trade, retail services, recreation, food and beverage,” he said.

He added the project would lead to new domestic and foreign investments, attracting private-sector participation that would eventually elevate Terengganu’s economy.

Ahmad said the project is centred around five key development areas: Muara Utara, Muara Selatan, Pulau Warisan, Kampung Ladang/Tanjung and the Corniche Waterfront.

“In total, the development is estimated to create jobs for more than 82,000 people by 2020.

“The project, facilitated by the East Coast Economic Region Development Council (ECERDC), will serve as a catalyst in transforming socio-economic growth in Terengganu,” he said.

According to Ahmad, three major elements in KTCC — an integrated lifestyle enclave, a learning quarter, and a health and wellness village — would essentially move Terengganu up the value chain and place the state firmly in the New Economy.

“The project will be beneficial to all, with value of real estate going up.

“On the socio-economic front, KTCC will be a factor in encouraging more youths to stay back to work in the state as Kuala Terengganu changes to become a hub for living, working and recreational activities,” he said.

He added the completion of the East Coast Highway (LPT2) by 2013, would also reduce travel time between Kuala Lumpur and Kuala Terengganu from seven hours to only four hours.

ECERDC chief executive officer, Datuk Jebasingam Issace John said the landmark project would boost Terengganu’s economic potential. He added that ECERDC had already received expressions of interest from various parties, including Middle Eastern investors, who were keen to take part in the KTCC’s development projects.

“So far, feedback and the response to the project has been very encouraging.

“Our vision is to introduce new state-of-the-art facilities while preserving Terengganu’s unique cultural heritage, while coming up with a balanced and sustainable development,” he said.
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Kerjaya Hotel
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Four Points by Sheraton Sandakan and Convention Centre
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NEW PROJECT: Demuara Tower

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NEW PROJECT:
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PROJECTS IN ALOR SETAR, KEDAH
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Four Points by Sheraton Sandakan and Convention Centre
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Malaysia Defence & Security Technology Park
Masterplan to set up RM15b Perak defence hub
Published: 2012/04/09
http://www.btimes.com.my/Current_New.../defe/Article/

KUALA LUMPUR: Masterplan Consulting Sdn Bhd says it has been appointed by the Defence Ministry to set up up a defence hub worth RM15 billion in Perak.

The Malaysian Defence and Security Technology Park (MDSTP) in Sungkai would come under the country's public-private partnership arrangement, it said.

The defence hub, the first of its kind in Southeast Asia, is expected to be completed in 12 years over three phases. Once fully developed, it is expected to provide 50,000 new jobs.

"It is anticipated that MDSTP will be able to attract potential investment of between RM10 billion and RM15 billion within the next 12 years," Masterplan Consulting said.

MDSTP is estimated to have an initial gross development cost of RM1.4 billion.

"MDSTP will place all defence and security-related activities - R&D, manufacturing, maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) and commercialisation - in one place."

The project will provide an avenue for Malaysia to become an exporter of defence products in the regional and global markets, and tap the potential from huge defence spending.

Asean's yearly defence budget amounts to nearly US$25 billion (RM75 billion), said Masterplan Consulting.

The company will ink memoranda of understanding worth RM315 million with five industry players at the Defence Services Asia 2012 from April 16 to April 19.

They are Italy's AIAD, Stratsec Net Sdn Bhd, Huawei Technologies (M) Sdn Bhd, ZKZ Technologies Sdn Bhd/Mcafee (M) Sdn Bhd and Caibros International Sdn Bhd/China Green International Pte Ltd.
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Old April 21st, 2012, 04:33 PM   #299
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SEREMBAN: Kuala Lumpur Metro Group has launched its latest water homes project called The Hibiscus Port Dickson in Pasir Panjang here.

With a gross development value of RM400 million, the project features 642 high-end resort homes with sizes ranging from 770 sq ft to 872 sq ft.

The project, which comprises three phases, started in August this year and is expected to be completed by 2014.

KL Metro managing director Datuk Low Tak Fatt said 108 units of the first phase had been sold out mainly to foreign investors from Hong Kong, Singapore, Macau and Indonesia.

"Every unit has its own swimming pool and steam sauna room. This is the luxury that other resorts do not offer," he said.

KL Metro also officially opened its five-star resort, Grand Lexis Port Dickson.

The resort offers 323 villa comprising 166 Water Homes, 118 Garden Homes and 39 Skypool Villas.

All units are based on a "water homes" concept and each has its own swimming pool.

"Grand Lexis will be the flagship of our strategic branding of true Malaysian warm hospitality," said Low.

Since its opening in November 2009 until August this year, the resort has attracted 550,000 tourists with the majority of them foreigners, mainly from the Asia-Pacific region. Low said this has contributed to the tourism sector in Negri Sembilan.

The Grand Lexis and the Lexis Port Dickson resorts, formerly known as The Legend Water Chalets, are currently under the management of KL Metro
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Johor Menteri Besar Datuk Abdul Ghani Othman (centre) and Radiant Starfish
Development Bhd president and chief executive officer Ungku Safian Abdullah
(second from left) looking at model of Mersing Laguna project at an
agreement signing ceremony yesterday. With them is one of the company’s
partners, Chinese construction conglomerate Sinohydro Corporation (M) Sdn
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ECO-TOURISM: Laguna project to be developed on 809ha reclaimed land

THE once sleepy district of Mersing in the northeast of Johor is set to be transformed into a RM22 billion high-end international eco-tourism destination in seven years.

Called Mersing Laguna, the resort will see a new wave of exciting developments that include boutique hotels, service apartments and waterfront villas on 809ha of reclaimed land, touted to be the country's biggest land reclamation project.

The project was launched yesterday with the signing of agreements by master developer Radiant Starfish Development Bhd and four partners -- Chinese construction conglomerate Sinohydro Corporation (M) Sdn Bhd, China-based theme park developers Shengrong International Group Co Ltd, Johor education foundation YPJ Holding Sdn Bhd and CIMB Insurance Brokers Sdn Bhd.

Johor Menteri Besar Datuk Abdul Ghani Othman, who launched the event, also witnessed the signing ceremony.

Present were Johor state secretary Datuk Obet Tawil, East Coast Economic Region (ECER) chief executive officer Datuk John Isaace and Radiant Starfish Development Bhd president and chief executive officer Ungku Safian Abdullah.

Mersing Laguna, which started its three-year reclamation work, is located between the Endau-Rompin and the Marine Parks off the coast of Mersing.

The reclamation project will involve a 36km stretch of the beach. The project was one of the nine announced by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak to be implemented in the ECER region that straddles Pahang, Terengganu, Kelantan and Mersing in Johor on Feb 28.

Ungku Safian said the project took years of detailed hydrographic, environmental impact and socio-economic studies before it could take off.

"We will consciously work towards environmental sustainability by adapting green and advanced technologies in the provision of energy and waste management."

Ungku Safian was confident that the project had the potential to be a high-niche global tourist resort similar to the Gold Coast in Australia and Bali in Indonesia.

"We want to turn Mersing into a premier tourism product and use it to leverage on eco-tourism."

The reclamation work alone would cost RM4.2 billion, while related infrastructure would cost a further RM1 billion.

Another RM17 billion will be required to complete the entire development of 22 hotels, 4,000 villas, marina facilities and other commercial development, including a 80ha theme park.

On the livelihood of traditional coastal fishermen in the area, Ungku Safian said the development would not in any way hamper them, adding that the project was also expected to provide jobs for the people of Mersing.

Ungku Safian also assured Johoreans that they would be able to see for themselves the first hotel under Mersing Laguna in two years.

Ghani said Mersing now had a huge potential to develop into an international tourist destination.

"Johor is the only state with two economic growth corridors with Mersing Laguna coming under the ECER in the east and Iskandar Malaysia in the west of the state," he said, adding that Johor had a good mix of investment assets.

Ghani also said the government would improve the infrastructure connectivity between Mersing and other parts of Johor as well as the rest of the east coast.
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