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Old April 21st, 2012, 04:37 PM   #301
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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
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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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PRIME Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak announced the setting up of an industrial park in Gebeng here, at the opening of the China-Malaysia Qinzhou Industrial Park (QIP) in southwest China early this month.

Mooted as the sister project of QIP, the setting up of the 600ha Malaysia-China Kuantan Industrial Park (MCKIP) is an important step to help turn Kuantan into a strategic gateway to the Asean and Asia-Pacific region, which has a population of four billion and a combined gross domestic product of US$17 trillion (RM52 trillion).

The people here, especially the business community, are excited with the announcement as they believe that MCKIP will expedite the process to make Kuantan part of the first conurbation in the east coast and turn Pahang into a developed state by 2020.

Associated Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Malaysia (ACCCIM) Pahang chairman Datuk Seri Lim Sing said the business community in the state was eager to participate in the project as they saw vast potential in MCKIP.

"We are confident that the new industrial park will attract local and foreign investors, especially those in the oil and gas, rubber and automotive industries," said Lim, who is also ACCCIM's vice-president.

He also urged the government to expedite the plan to upgrade the Sultan Ahmad Shah Airport and Kuantan Port to support the growing export and import activities and the increasing number of people using the facilities in the next few years.

"The airport and seaport should have the facilities of international standards that can cater to bigger aircraft and ships. We also hope that direct flights to China can be introduced at Sultan Ahmad Shah Airport soon," he said.

Kuantan's proximity to China will provide synergies between QIP and MCKIP, he added.

Lim said the government had made the right decision when it chose Kuantan for the project because it has a port that faces the South China Sea, offering a direct link to the deepwater Qinzhou port and others in the Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region.

The sea trip between Kuantan and Qinzhou takes about three days, and journey by air takes only about three hours.

"Local companies can form a partnership with those from China and they can either invest in QIP or MCKIP, or both," said Lim, who will be meeting a group of investors from China this week.

Universiti Malaysia Pahang (UMP) vice-chancellor Profesor Datuk Dr Daing Nasir Ibrahim said the establishment of MCKIP was timely as it would bring various benefits to the people, apart from creating more jobs as the park would be within the East Coast Economic Region (ECER).

As a leading university in ECER, he said UMP could also play its role effectively, not only in the technical fields but also through its Mandarin Language and Cultural Centre (MLCC), which was set up under a collaboration with Hebei University of China last year.

He said Hebei University had sent three lecturers to MLCC and the collaboration between the two universities also covered the placement of students in the Chinese companies, apart from joint research and cultural activities.

Pahang Youth Council secretary-general Azrul Khairi Muhamad said the setting up of the twin industrial parks was the result of excellent ties between Chinese and Malaysian leaders.

MCKIP will provide opportunities to young entrepreneurs to forge a partnership with Chinese companies and penetrate the vast market in the republic, he said.

Azrul said that support given by the Chinese government to MCKIP also proved that the negative publicity on Lynas rare earth refinery in the same area had failed to scare investors away.

ECER Development Council chief executive officer Datuk Jebasingam Issace John said Kuantan was the best location for MCKIP as it was located in the ECER Special Economic Zone and was well connected by highways to the leading airports and seaports in the country.

"Kuantan Port will also serve as the regional hub and collection centre for containers in Southeast Asia to support the development of the logistic facilities in Qinzhou, as well as its manufacturing and automotive industries," he said.
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Naim turning old Bintulu airport site into integrated upmarket project with RM2bil GDV
By JACK WONG Monday June 11, 2012
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KUCHING: Naim Holdings Bhd will develop the site of the old Bintulu airport into an integrated upmarket commercial and residential project.

The new city centre for the booming industrial town will comprise condominiums, street mall, international class hotel, shopping complex and other related facilities.

Corporate services senior director Ricky Kho said the project on about 12ha would have a gross development value (GDV) of RM2bil.

“It will be implemented in two phases, with phase one targeted for launch by year-end,” he told StarBiz.

Kho said the proposed street mall would feature commercial shophouses and small home offices while the three-star hotel would have about 200 rooms.

The condominium blocks would house some 600 units for sale to both local and foreign buyers.

“Phase one development is expected to take five years. Phase two will involve construction of the shopping complex,” he added.

Naim, Sarawak's biggest property developer, is expected to own and operate the shopping complex as a long-term investment.

Kho said there was a strong demand for quality accommodation like hotel, condominium and serviced apartment in Bintulu with the big influx of expatriates involved in the development of energy-intensive industries in Samalaju Industrial Park.

Samalaju is one of the five growth nodes of Sarawak Corridor of Renewable Energy (SCORE) and it will become the state's new heavy-industry centre.

Bintulu is now undergoing its third industrial boom. Besides the setting up of heavy industries like aluminium and manganese ferrosilicon smelters, the city also has two other major projects the Samalaju deepsea port and Petroliam Nasional Bhd's Bintulu liquified natural gas Train 9.

Naim will make its Bintulu integrated mixed development a major retail centre, leveraging on the growth of SCORE.

Meanwhile, Kho said Naim was expected to commence construction work of its proposed RM1.5bil mixed development in Batu Lintang here in the next few months as planning approval had been obtained.

The joint-venture project will involve the development of a 27-storey apartment, 18-storey condominium, 36-storey office tower, shopping mall, 17,000-sq-ft showroom, multi-storey car parks and water theme park. The prime land, which was previously occupied by government quarters, has been cleared.

He said phase one would involve some apartment and condominium units.

Naim's joint-venture partners in the project are charitable trusts, Lembaga Amanah Kebajikan Masjid Negeri Sarawak and Tabung Baitulmal Sarawak.

Kho said Naim had chalked up strong sales of properties this year, boosted by the high take-up rates of newly launched schemes in existing townships in Miri and Kota Samarahan.

“We have registered sales of about RM125mil as at May 31,” he added. Last year's sales was RM184mil an increase of RM42mil over 2010.

He said the top-selling properties were single-storey semi-detached and terraced houses in Miri's Permyjaya township (Naim's flagship development) and terraced units in Desa Ilmu in Kota Samarahan.

Naim is also recording good sales for its walk-up apartments launched recently in up-market Riveria satellite township near here.

The company has set up an office in Kota Kinabalu to prepare for its property development expansion in Sabah.

Naim, which has a land bank of about 1,050ha in Kuching, Miri and Bintulu, is on the lookout to acquire more land.

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