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Old November 26th, 2008, 06:40 AM   #1
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SP Setia in JV with DBKL on mega project near Mid Valley
by Siow Chen Ming, 27 Mar 2008 4:21 PM
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KUALA LUMPUR: SP Setia Bhd is set to finalise a joint venture (JV) agreement with Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur (DBKL) to develop high-rise residential cum commercial project on a 20-acre (8.1ha) plot located opposite the Mid Valley City.

Speaking to reporters at Invest Malaysia 2008 yesterday, SP Setia’s managing director Tan Sri Liew Kee Sin said the company secured an approval from the Economic Planning Unit (EPU) seven years ago for the project.

Although it had subsequently signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) a few years ago with the DBKL, a privatisation agreement is still pending.

“We expect to finalise a deal with DBKL soon and launch the project next year,” said Liew. However, he declined to reveal the value of the project.

Squatters residing on the land were relocated to nearby apartments recently, indicating that the project is making progress.

The JV between SP Setia and DBKL will be similar to previous deals such as the one between IGB Group Bhd and DBKL for the now completed Mid Valley City project. Under such deals, DBKL would provide land while developers such as SP Setia or IGB carry out the development work and invest in the infrastructure.

Heading the country’s largest property developer, Liew said he was positive on the recent changes taking place in the country’s political landscape.

“I think the changes are good for the country, even though some of my friends have lost (in the election). It is good to have competition (in the political landscape) and because things will get better,” said Liew.

For instance, in Penang where SP Setia has major on-going property projects, he felt there should not be any problems as the new Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng has called for more openness and transparency, which has always been the group’s practice.

Having gone through the 1998 financial crisis, Liew was also unfazed about a potential slow down in the domestic economic growth that may affect property sales.

He said the group’s exposure in the property sector was well spread out, covering different regions with different products for several market segments. With certain adjustments of the project’s portfolio, the group can capture the market segments where demand is still strong.

Also, SP Setia’s property development projects in Vietnam was picking up steam and this would reduce the group’s dependence on the Malaysian market.

“Our target is that by 2012, contribution in terms of turnover and earnings from our overseas projects will be higher than Malaysia,” said Liew.

SP Setia is on track to meet sales target of RM1.8 billion for the current financial year ending Oct 31, 2008. This figure is within reach as sales have already reached RM646 million for the first four months of FY2008 compared to RM290 million in the same period last year.

SP Setia planned to launch five projects in FY2008 with total gross development value (GDV) of RM5 billion. The group has a remaining landbank of 4,783 acres (including in Vietnam) which are sufficient for its volume of development works over the next 10-12 years, with estimated total GDV of about RM30 billion.
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SP Setia CEO doesn’t see PNB takeover taking place
Thursday June 25, 2009
By ANGIE NG

Liew cool over possible takeover

SHAH ALAM: Although Permodalan Nasional Bhd (PNB) has raised its stake in SP Setia Bhd to 32.9% which can easily trigger a general offer if it decides to further increase its stake to 33% in the coming days, the company’s president and chief executive officer Tan Sri Liew Kee Sin is unperturbed by worries of a potential takeover.

Addressing concerns voiced by the investment community that PNB may further raise its stake in the company and the possibility of the company being taken private, Liew, who owns 12% of the company, said he personally did not think that would happen.

“It does not make sense for the fund to take the company private because that will not serve any purpose in further adding value to its investment. Whatever future plans there may be, they will add value to the SP Setia group,” he told StarBiz.


PNB controls three property developers – Island & Peninsular Bhd, Petaling Garden Bhd and Pelangi Bhd – all privatised between 2005 and 2007.

Liew sees PNB’s majority stake in the company as a boon that will enhance its value as a premier developer.

The investment fund, which has been a shareholder of SP Setia since the 1990s, had from last March started picking up more of the company’s shares in the open market.

He said being an investment fund, PNB would always be on the lookout to create value for its unitholders.

“Its purchase of the company’s shares over the last 16 months to become a majority shareholder underscores the good value it sees in SP Setia. We are very pleased to have a strong and long-term shareholder that looks for long-term value enhancement potential rather than quarter-on-quarter results performance,” Liew added.

He said the company’s goal was to have good, long-term institutional shareholders as their presence was a sign of confidence in the company’s potential and in what it had achieved so far.

Other institutional shareholders of SP Setia include the Employees Provident Fund with 12%, Capital Group of the US also with 12%, and other foreign shareholders which hold another 14% in the company.

On June 18, SP Setia announced the appointment of two nominees of PNB – Tan Sri Wan Mohd Zahid Mohd Noordin and Datuk Noor Farida Mohd Ariffin – as its new non-independent and non-executive directors.


SP Setia’s two executive directors – Khor Chap Jen and Teow Leong Seng – resigned from their positions on the same day.

However, both remain with the company in their existing capacity as executive vice-president in charge of property division (central) and executive vice-president/CEO of international business development respectively.

Analysts concurred that Liew’s hands-on management was a huge asset to SP Setia’s growth to become the largest property company by market capitalisation at RM4bil, based on the closing price of its shares at RM3.98 yesterday.

“The possibility of PNB taking over SP Setia and taking it private is very slim as the move will dilute the company’s value. It is also fair to say that the current management team led by Liew is highly professional and will be hard to replace,” an analyst with a foreign brokerage said.

ECM Libra property analyst Bernard Ching said the company was moving into the next stage of transformation from being a Malaysian-centric property player to a regional player.

“The management led by Liew has an enviable track record in Malaysian property scene. Its long term prospects are underpinned by its drive to penetrate high growth regional markets such as Vietnam and most recently China. While pursuing growth in new markets, management is also cognisant of risks involved and has structured its investment with minimal upfront cost and deferred payment based on development progress.

“Domestically, it is venturing into large scale commercial development such as Setia City. Its long-awaited The Kuala Lumpur Eco City project in Abdullah Hukum is also poised to enhance its value going into the next property cycle.

“This project will easily match Mid Valley’s size and value,” he said.

With projects worth a total gross development value of RM5bil in the pipeline for launch in one to two years, SP Setia will be well positioned for a potential pick-up in the property market.

“Its net gearing ratio at 0.2 times as of April 30, 2009 means its balance sheet is not stretched and has plenty of room to increase its leverage to capitalise on any acquisition opportunities as and when they arise,” Ching added.

Meanwhile, Liew said the company was confident of achieving its sales target of RM1.1bil for financial year ending Oct 31 after having raked in RM803mil in sales between November 2008 and June 15.

His confidence is based on the more positive signs appearing in the global and local economic fronts.

“The share market is improving and there is less negative news about the economy. I think things are looking to be more positive and that the worst times are over,” he added.

Attributing the company’s record sales of RM803mil to the Setia 5/95 Home Loan Package, Liew said the housing facility contributed 90% of the total sales recorded during the period.

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HwangDBS sees upturn in luxury property segment
Written by Financial Daily Thursday, 10 September 2009 10:56



HWANGDBS Vickers is positive on the recent pick-up in the luxury segment of the local property market, stating that it was a strong indicator that the sector’s recovery is broadening.

“Just a few weeks ago, this segment was considered dead by many. This is a positive development for developers with ready-to-launch products who will be able to capitalise on this early recovery,” stated HwangDBS in a report yesterday.

A recent visit to the high-end Binjai on the Park, the only residential development on KLCC park, revealed a strong take-up rate.

“Take-up rate has picked up strongly from 10% in July 2009 to 35%, with en bloc buying emerging. Of this, 30% of the buyers consist of foreigners, while 60% are paying cash. Compared to the initial launch in August 2008 that coincided with the onset of the global financial meltdown, the average selling price has been reduced from RM2,800 psf to RM2,400 psf, while smaller units (2,200 sq ft) were released at RM1,700 psf,” said HwangDBS.

Binjai is developed by KLCC Holdings, an unlisted wholly owned subsidiary of national oil company Petronas.

The research house has buy calls on DNP Holdings Bhd, Eastern & Oriental Bhd and S P Setia Bhd and also listed these companies as its top picks for the property sector as the luxury segment starts to recover.

HwangDBS has pegged DNP, a niche high-end developer at KLCC that is 54%-owned by Wing Tai Holdings Ltd Singapore, with a target price of RM2.60.

“DNP has RM1.5 billion worth of launches in the pipeline, which include the Verticas Residensi condos at Bukit Ceylon that has a gross development value of RM726 million. So far 64% of the 70 units soft launched have been sold since July this year, while international marketing in Hong Kong started last weekend,” said HwangDBS.

The research house favoured E&O, another niche high-end developer in Kuala Lumpur and Penang, for its RM2.2 billion worth of launches in the pipeline.

Among its ongoing developments include St Mary Tower A in Kuala Lumpur with a gross development value (GDV) of RM540 million and Seri Tanjung Pinang with a GDV of RM1.6 billion.

HwangDBS has a target price of RM2.10 for E&O.

As for S P Setia, HwangDBS said: “The company is a proxy for the Malaysian property sector, as the largest residential developer by market capitalisation and sales. So far for the first nine months of FY09, S P Setia has posted sales of RM1.25 billion compared to the previous year’s corresponding period where sales amounted to RM1.1 billion.”

The research house has a target price of RM5 on the stock. Other positive factors include the fact that S P Setia is bringing forward a RM5 billion mixed development project located opposite Mid Valley as well as the company’s knack for acquiring cheap prime landbank.

At yesterday’s close, DNP and S P Setia each rose one sen to RM1.70 and RM4.31 respectively while E&O fell four sen to RM1.53.
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SP Setia aims to launch RM6b Eco City by July
By Adeline Paul Raj Published: 2009/12/11
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Kuala Lumpur City Hall will be SP Setia's partner on a profit-sharing basis, taking 20 per cent of the project's net profits

Developer SP Setia Bhd (8664) plans to launch its RM6 billion "green" mixed development opposite Mid Valley Megamall in Kuala Lumpur by July next year, its chief said.

The project, to be known as KL Eco City, will be developed in three phases over at least 10 years.

It will be a joint venture with Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL), which owns the 9.7ha leasehold land in the Kampung Haji Abdullah Hukum area.

SP Setia first announced its intention to develop the land almost a decade ago, but had faced problems with squatters in the area, among other things.
"That project has been approved. We hope to launch it by the third quarter of our 2010 financial year ... and start work on it even earlier if we can," president and chief executive officer Tan Sri Liew Kee Sin told reporters at the company's results briefing in Shah Alam, Selangor, yesterday.

DBKL will be its partner on a profit-sharing basis, taking 20 per cent of the project's net profits, he said.

SP Setia will develop office, commercial and retail space in the first phase; condominiums in the second; and signature offices in the third.

Liew ruled out building another mall.

"We'd like (our development) to complement Mid Valley. We think there's a market for niche shops," he said.

KL Eco City is expected to start contributing to the developer's bottom line in its financial year ending October 30 2011.

Liew acknowledged that there would first have to be a lot of work done to ease traffic congestion in that area.

SP Setia will spend RM250 million of its own funds over this financial year and the next to improve the infrastructure there. The KTM Komuter station in that area will have to be relocated, he said.

Liew also said that KL Eco City would be the first total integrated development to apply for the Green Building Index "gold standard".

Property analyst Ong Chee Ting of Maybank Investment Bank said the project would be feasible if well planned.

"It's a prime area and the developer has a strong brand name. So I don't see why it should fail," he told Business Times.
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SP Setia taking new tack with KL project
By Sharen Kaur Published: 2010/06/10
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Malaysia's largest property developer by sales aims to launch its RM6 billion KL Eco City project in Kuala Lumpur by December.

SP Setia Bhd (8664), the country's largest property developer by sales, is targeting to launch its much-talked-about KL Eco City, a RM6 billion project in Kuala Lumpur, by December.

"We postponed the launch of KL Eco City previously because of what was happening globally. We hope this time the project will come on stream as planned," SP Setia president and chief executive officer Tan Sri Liew Kee Sin told reporters after visiting Balai Berita in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.

KL Eco City, described as a green mixed development, is located opposite Mid Valley Megamall. It will be developed in three phases over some 10 years.

SP Setia will build office towers, condominiums and signature offices, including an area for retail.

The project is a joint venture with Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL), which owns the 9.7ha leasehold land in Kampung Haji Abdullah Hukum.

DBKL is partnering SP Setia on a profit-sharing basis, taking 20 per cent of the project's net profit.

Liew said he was upbeat about the project, among SP Setia's biggest.

"We will have a different marketing approach for KL Eco City. It will be something never done before - not by us nor any other developers in Malaysia."

Liew also expressed optimism that SP Setia would meet its RM2 billion sales target for the fiscal year ending October 31 2010.

Up to May 31 this year, it had achieved revenue of RM1.6 billion, attributed to property sales from its 10 ongoing projects in Malaysia and Vietnam.

Since last year, SP Setia has launched several marketing programmes to promote sales, including its popular "5/95 home loan package", which has been emulated by other property developers, and the "Best for the Best" scheme. The latest was the "Invest in Setia Homes".

SP Setia achieved its highest sales of RM1.65 billion last year in spite of the global economic turmoil.
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That's awesome news. Excited to see this one go up. So how tall is the 70 floor tower. Probably a skyscraper or taller?
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esta muy bonito todo, pero cual de todas va a ser las q se vana construir ya q muestran demasiadas torres.. me gustan las q tienes mucho verde...

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SP Setia extends MoU with DBKL
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12 August 2010 18:56

KUALA LUMPUR: SP Setia Bhd’s wholly owned subsidiary KL Eco City Sdn Bhd (formerly known as Pelita Dunia Sdn Bhd) has extended its memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Datuk Bandar Kuala Lumpur (DBKL) until Feb 20, 2011.

The company said on Thursday, Aug 12 that the board of directors at SP Setia has agreed to further extend the period for the execution of the privatisation agreement from the original two-year period after the MoU was signed back in August 2007.

In a separate filing to Bursa dated Aug 21, 2007, SP Setia announced that KL Eco City agreed to pay, through DBKL, a compensation sum for up to 600 squatter families who were occupying the state land that company was going to develop on, amounting to RM3.6 million or RM6,000 per squatter family.

“Pelita has agreed to pay the compensation pursuant to a proposal made to DBKL to develop the said lands into a mixed residential and commercial development as a privatization joint venture project,” the statement said.

The state lands referred to are Lot 3345, Lot 39, Lot 237, Lot 160 and Lot 238 of Seksyen 95A and 98, Bandar Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur.

“DBKL upon receipt of the compensation will pay to the squatters family in the manner as he deems fit and relocate the squatters families to a low medium cost high rise residential units, located near the said lands, which was developed by DBKL,” the statement added.
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hey...

I've heard that they going to have a preview for the residential tower... starting 8th January 2011, 15th January 2011 and 22nd January 2011....
it is for us to indicate our interest....
and also my fren told me u have to make RSVP to come to the preview... call their office for the RSVP...03- 2287 5522
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hey...

I've heard that they going to have a preview for the residential tower... starting 8th January 2011, 15th January 2011 and 22nd January 2011....
it is for us to indicate our interest....
and also my fren told me u have to make RSVP to come to the preview... call their office for the RSVP...03- 2287 5522
Already called and will get one...
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