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Old April 2nd, 2009, 06:32 AM   #1
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Puncak Baru Project In Kampong Baru To Cost RM500 Million



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- From Utusan Malaysia Online


KUALA LUMPUR, March 30 (Bernama) -- The Puncak Baru project, a mixed development venture on the site of the Sunday market in Kampong Baru here, is estimated to cost RM500 million.

Federal Territories Minister Datuk Seri Zulhasnan Rafique said the project on the land owned by City Hall (DBKL), provides a balance, by taking into account the needs of local residents and that of the property market.

He said that the project comprises four main components,a 60-storey condominium tower with 392 residential units, 40 floors of office units, three floors for shopping and businesses as well as an integrated development for the Kampong Baru LRT station and business space or "Bazaar".

"The Puncak Baru project is expected to change and enhance the image of Kampong Baru into a modern village cum commercial centre with the same world status as that of the Kuala Lumpur City Centre or KLCC," he said at the ceremony to launch Puncak Baru in conjunction with the redevelopment of the Sunday market site here Monday.

The project was launched by the Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

Zulhasnan also hoped that the project would serve as the catalyst for the development of Kampong Baru as a whole.

Meanwhile, Naza TTDI chairman SM Nasarudin SM Nasimuddin said the project is expected to begin within three months and slated for completion in four or five years time.


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RM500m project to take off in Kampung Baru
Tuesday March 31, 2009



The Puncak Baru project
From BHarian online


KAMPUNG Baru in Kuala Lumpur can become a new “Golden Triangle” if it is redeveloped with sufficient physical and spiritual infrastructure, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

He said the area needed to be developed not only in terms of housing but also space to generate brisk and high value economy to benefit the people.

“God willing, this area can become a comfortable and invigorating place. It will become a new Golden Triangle,” he said when launching the Puncak Baru development project in conjunction with the redevelopment of the Pasar Minggu Kampung Baru yesterday.

He said the Kampung Baru development should also take into account environmental aspects besides preventing it from becoming an urban slump.

On Puncak Baru, Abdullah said it was not the only project in Kampung Baru because other development projects would follow later.

“There will be shops and complexes that will be maintained properly,” he said.

The Puncak Baru mixed-development project built on a 1.5ha site belonging to the Kuala Lumpur City Hall takes into account the needs of surrounding residents.

It comprises four main components, — a 60-storey condominium tower with 392 residential units, 40 floors of office units, three floors for shopping and businesses as well as an integrated development for the Kampung Baru LRT station and retail space.

The RM500mil project will begin in three months and is expected to be completed in four to five years.

Abdullah said priority would be given to the Kampung Baru residents to buy the residential units.

Also present at the launch was Federal Territories Minister Datuk Seri Zulhasnan Rafique. - Bernama.
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Kampung Baru Can Become New Golden Triangle
March 30, 2009 17:00 PM



Puncak Baru development project in conjunction with
the redevelopment of the Pasar Minggu Kampung Baru
From MalaysiaKini


KUALA LUMPUR, March 30 (Bernama) -- Kampung Baru here can become a new "Golden Triangle" if it is redeveloped with sufficient physical and spiritual infrastructures, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

He said the area needed to be developed not only with residential units but also space to generate brisk and high-value economy which the people could benefit from.

"God willing, this area can become a comfortable and invigorating place. It will become a new Golden Triangle," he said when launching the Puncak Baru development project in conjunction with the redevelopment of the Pasar Minggu Kampung Baru Monday.

He said the Kampung Baru development should also take into account environmental aspects besides preventing it from becoming an urban slump with all the bad characteristics.

"What's important, I want to see when developed, the Kampung Baru dwellers have good manners and ensure there are no criminals, drug addicts and incidents that can spoil the area and the community," he said.

On Puncak Baru, Abdullah said it was not the only project in Kampung Baru because other developments projects would follow later.

"This project is not the only one that can solve everything but after this, there will be other developments so that it becomes an fresh place, and it seems there will be shops and complexes that will always be maintained properly," he said.

He also told the relevant ministries, secretaries-general, people's representatives and members of Parliament to always pay attention to what was being implemented so that the building was built properly, beautiful and strong.

He said fine and neat construction coupled with attractive landscapes would give comfort hence becoming a Kampung Baru icon.

Abdullah said that since 1961, he got very close to the Kampung Baru residents who were no stranger to him.

He even named several friends who showed up at the project launch.

The Puncak Baru mixed development project built on a 1.5-hectare site belonging to the Kuala Lumpur City Hall, takes into account the needs of surrounding residents.

It comprises four main components, namely a 60-storey condominium tower with 392 residential units, 40 floors of office units, three floors for shopping and businesses as well as an integrated development for the Kampong Baru LRT station and retail space.

The RM500 million project will start in three months and expected to be completed in four to five years.

Abdullah told reporters later that priority would be given to the Kampung Baru residents to buy the residential units.

Present was Federal Territories Minister Datuk Seri Zulhasnan Rafique.

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MESMERIZED...Kampung Baru residents observing the Puncak Baru model
after Datuk Seri Abdullah launched the Puncak Baru development project
in conjunction with the redevelopment of the Pasar Minggu Kampung Baru.


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Raja Nong Chik Uses 7P Philosophy To Help City Dwellers
By Jumiati Rosly February 3rd, 2010

The final part of the interview with the Federal Territories and Urban Well-being Minister in conjunction with the Federal Territories Day.

PUTRAJAYA, Jan 31 (Bernama) -- He was appointed Federal Territories and Urban Wellbeing Minister less than a year ago, but with his 25 years "experience as a commoner", Datuk Raja Nong Chik Raja Zainal Abidin stepped up to improve the wellbeing of the people in the Federal Territories.

Armed with the 7P Philosophy, Raja Nong Chik conducted regular and informal visits to the ground to listen to the people's problems.

"I have been politically involved in the Federal Territories for about 20 years, so I know the basic problems faced by the city dwellers.

"When I was appointed to lead the ministry, I use the 7P Philosophy to help me focus on the job," he said in an exclusive interview with Bernama in conjunction with the 36th Federal Territories Day here.

He said the 7P Philosophy consisted of seven aspects namely development, housing, maintenance, hawkers, enforcement, public transportation and caring attitude.

Raja Nong Chik expressed confidence that if the ministry were to focus on the seven aspects, its performance would be improved, the people would be satisfied, and it would eventually bring a better impact on the government especially during election.

On housing woes in Kuala Lumpur, he said the ministry had issued 28,000 application forms for the tenants of the People's Housing Project (PPR) to purchase their units.

So far, he said 24,000 applications were received by the ministry, 15,000 of which had been processed.

"Although the Prime Minister had announced the sale of 47,000 PPR units in the city, we have yet to receive some of the houses from the Housing and Local Government Ministry.

"From the feedback that we received, 85 per cent of the PPR tenants have shown interests to purchase their units," he said.

On squatters, he said there were approximately 5,000 squatters in government-owned land in Kuala Lumpur, especially in Jinjang, Kepong, Cheras and Kampung Pandan.

"I want to stress that while aiming to achieve zero-squatter, our main target is to ensure the squatters' wellbeing so that they can accept the idea of relocation," he said.

Raja Nong Chik said forcing the squatters to move would not do any good, especially when they started to stage protests against the government.

While lauding those who had accepted the government's offer to be relocated into PPR units, he said they were living in a better condition now and enjoying facilities like community hall and surau.

On hawker issues, the minister said a policy on hawkers would be drafted with transparent enforcement to turn the job into a respectable profession.

Currently, he said there were 50,000 registered hawkers in Kuala Lumpur, while over 50,000 others were unregistered.

Raja Nong Chik said the 7P Philosophy also promoted caring attitude among the ministry's staff, especially in discharging their duties.

"What's the point of doing something if, at the end of the day, the people are left feeling dissatisfied?

"In the relocation of squatters, for example, we should also think about where they should be relocated to and how it should be done. If we see that their rights need to be defended, then we should find a way to defend them," he said.

As a result of this caring attitude, the minister had also expanded the scope of the Federal Territories Foundation to help the people.

"Usually, the government procedures to help flood or fire victims as well as the needy would take quite some times. Via the foundation, we can offer direct help and assistance to the needy in just 12 hours, he said.

Relating his experience, Raja Nong Chik said he was once forced to go to the Kuala Lumpur City Hall for almost 50 times just to help the squatters in Kampung Pasir Permata, which was formerly known as Kampung Pasir Lama.

"If someone with a title like me had to go through all that, then imagine what those who are new in the city would have to go through. Who will help these people if we don't?" he said.

On the proposed development in Kampung Baru, he said the Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak was expected to visit the area next month.

"I hope the proposed development could be implemented soon. The longer the land owners have to wait, the bigger their losses will be because the value of the property in Kampung Baru differs from other areas in the vicinity of the Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC).

"I do hope during my tenure, a significant approach could be taken so that Kampung Baru would be developed," he said.

Apart from his 7P Philosophy, Raja Nong Chik is also among the ministers who are active using their weblog and Facebook as a platform to reach out to the people.

He said the social networking website, Facebook, was very effective as many new ideas and suggestions were being thrown in, especially by the young people.

"These young citizens rarely attended my programmes and if they were, they probably did not get the chance to speak directly to me. But, thanks to Facebook, they can now interact with me," he said.

Raja Nong Chik has his "Facebook Hour" every Wednesday where he spent one hour to answer all questions directly in real time.

Meanwhile, on the 36th Federal Territories Day celebration, the minister hoped that it would give a new spirit for the people to work closely with the ministry to improve and develop the territories while reducing political controversies.

"We have to focus on how to cooperate and improve our existing facilities, as well as our attitude to be of a world-class. That includes no littering and no illegal parking," he said.

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Residents welcome PM's proposal
2010/02/09 R. Sittamparam

KUALA LUMPUR: The Kampung Baru community has welcomed the recent statement by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak on the redevelopment plans for the enclave.

National Umno Youth executive councillor Nazir Hussin Akhtar Husin, who is Kampung Baru Umno branch youth chief, said Najib's announcement that residents would have a say on how the area would be redeveloped was a refreshing change.

"It is unlike previous proposals which gave priority to the demands of the private sector," he said, adding that the prime minister's statement had changed the residents' perception that the area was not meant for development.

After his walkabout there on Friday, Najib had also said that the residents would not have to relocate and proposed that the residents hand over their land to the government for development so they would see a gain in value.

Kampung Baru's potential value, he had said, was over RM20 billion.

The prime minister had said that the redevelopment would retain the Malay cultural elements and legacy of the area to reflect a unique image.

Nazir said the government needed to settle the issue of multiple ownership of residential lots which deprived them of the power to sell or redevelop the lots.

He said: "In some cases, a single lot has 140 owners.

"The government needs to introduce a mechanism to make it possible to sell or develop a lot, say, with the consent of about 80 per cent of the registered owners.

"Otherwise, this area can never be legally developed."

Nazir, however, hoped the development of the area could be done in phases and not as a "nuclear development" as this would only worsen traffic congestion in the area and halt further development.

He also said the mechanism for redevelopment as contained in the Kuala Lumpur City Council (DBKL) masterplan needed to be reviewed.

The 110-year-old Kampung Baru enclave is slated for redevelopment under the Draft Kuala Lumpur City Plan 2020.

The first proposed project is the Puncak Baru mixed development, to be built on a 1.5ha site, belonging to City Hall.

The project comprises a condominium tower with residential units, office units and shops as well as an integrated development for the Kampung Baru LRT station and retail space.

Meanwhile, Kampung Baru weekly market traders and welfare association deputy president Mohamad Nadzri Abdul Hamid also hailed Najib's announcement as positive and long overdue.

He said his association had been locked in a struggle with City Hall since plans to redevelop the area was announced two years ago.

"We have 190 traders originally operating here but City Hall only wanted to offer 59 business lots at the Puncak Baru commercial centre.

"Most of our members are second-generation traders who were relocated here from Jalan Perkins (now Jalan Raja Alang) in 1967 and those subsequently assigned lots developed by Majlis Amanah Rakyat (Mara) and DBKL."

Nadzri said although discussions with City Hall on the matter had been ongoing, there was nothing in black and white so far.

"Now that Najib has taken up this matter, I am hopeful things will work out for us."

A committee member of the association, Suleiman Abdul Kadir, said the association was also confident with the ability of the Federal Territories and Urban Wellbeing Minister Datuk Raja Nong Chik Raja Zainal Abidin to resolve their woes.

Suleiman, 56, a father of eight, said many traders like him were forced to move their businesses out of Kampung Baru due to poor demand but City Hall should still recognise them as the village's original traders and provide them with business lots in the new development projects.

Suleiman said the Kampung Baru weekly market was a popular tourist attraction in its early days, with a Tourist Development Corporation (TDC) centre set up there together with a cultural stage and large restaurant.

Now, the TDC centre and cultural stage lie abandoned.

Handicraft producer Moonair Nazir, said: "We're glad that Najib has upgraded our lots from the RM350 per square foot offered by City Hall earlier.

"We believe the value should be on par with the surrounding areas which are valued at RM2,000 per square foot."

Another resident, Herman Shah Ramli said: "We don't reject development but we do not want to be left out in the process.

"We want to be part of any development project here, be it residential or commercial."
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Big plans for Naza TTDI
By Racheal Lee Sunday, 20 June 2010 00:00
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Kampung Baru
In its Puncak Baru project in Kampung Baru, the Malay settlement in the heart KL city, Naza TTDI has proposed a mixed development of office and residential towers and plans to launch these by 3Q2011. The development on the 3.7-acre site of the current Sunday market in Kampung Baru is estimated to cost RM500 million.

“Kampung Baru has been Naza’s headquarters for years and we feel it would be good for us to give something back. We are preparing a master plan for Puncak Baru for submission. We are probably the first developer to redevelop Kampung Baru. We might go for mid-range apartments, to complement the KLCC area, and they will be something iconic,” Faliq says.

The Cabinet recently approved a redevelopment plan for Kampung Baru.
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Naza TTDI plans RM1.6b launches for 2011
Written by Lam Jian Wyn Friday, 11 March 2011 11:39
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SM Nasaruddin (right) and SM Faliq posing with
a model of the Puncak Baru project in Kampung Baru.


SHAH ALAM: Naza TTDI Sdn Bhd, the property development arm of the Naza Group, plans to launch 18 projects with a total gross development value (GDV) of RM1.6 billion around the Klang Valley this year.

The launches include new developments as well as new phases at its ongoing developments, group managing director SM Faliq SM Nasimuddin said at a briefing yesterday.

Among the upcoming projects include a yet to be named commercial development in Shah Alam with a GDV of RM450 million. The development, tentatively called J5, will feature apartments, offices and retail units on eight acres (3.2ha) of leasehold land. It is slated for completion by 2015.

In the freehold, 208-acre RM1 billion TTDI Alam Impian in Shah Alam, the company will launch 1,609 units of link houses and bungalows with a cumulative GDV of RM310 million. “But if the response is good, we are going to push them sooner,” he said.

Meanwhile, the freehold 113-acre TTDI Grove in Kajang with a GDV of RM327 million, will see the launch of 279 units of link houses and shop-offices. The entire development will comprise 15 phases, of which seven will be launched this year. It is expected to be completed in 2016.

Also to be launched in the middle of the year is Phase 1 of its RM1.2 billion TTDI Dualis Puchong comprising semi-detached shops on over 13 acres of leasehold land with a GDV of RM250 million.

Meanwhile, the new phases in its RM205 million TTDI Adina in Section 13, Shah Alam will feature more serviced apartments with a cumulative GDV of RM116 million and is scheduled for completion in 2015.

On its RM4 billion Platinum Park development in Kuala Lumpur City Centre, Faliq said the Felda Tower is expected to be completed by 2Q12; the 38-storey Lembaga Tabung Haji Tower in 3Q13 while the 50-storey Naza Tower is slated for completion in 4Q13. Sub-structure and super-structure works are progressing according to schedule, he said.

Regarding the mega-development on a 65-acre site along Jalan Duta and the new Matrade centre, he said earthworks are progressing ahead of schedule. In the proposed masterplan of the development known as KL Metropolis is a 100-storey tower.

However Faliq said: “It’s something we would like to explore but if (the proposed 100-storey) Warisan Merdeka takes off, we will have to build something that complements it.

“We have to see if it makes sense to build it... it depends on market conditions, supply and demand”.

As for its RM512 million-Puncak Baru project on the 2.7-acre site of the Sunday market in Kampung Baru, he said the company has submitted plans to Kuala Lumpur City Hall for approval.

The project — which will feature offices, serviced apartments and a retail podium — is right across the proposed mass rapid transit (MRT) station site in Kampung Baru, he noted.


Faliq also said Naza TTDI had recently set up Naza TTDI Construction Sdn Bhd (NTC) to undertake Naza TTDI’s various property endeavours. NTC will build up its experience by initially engaging in the company’s own building, civil engineering and infrastructure projects before competing for other construction projects, he explained.

In terms of its business growth, Naza TTDI has set targets of RM100 million in profit after tax and RM1 billion in turnover this year, representing growth of 22% and 57.5% respectively.

“For the medium term, our target is to achieve a turnover of RM2.22 billion by 2015. We will focus on high-impact projects until 2015,” said chairman SM Nasaruddin SM Nasimuddin.

The company aims to acquire 300 to 500 acres of land in the medium term to add to its current landbank of 400 acres, quickly carry out high-impact projects and engage in joint-ventures agreements, he explained.

“We may also consider acquiring niche companies with strategic assets and landbank to enhance our portfolio and offerings,” he added.

The company is considering purchases of land in matured areas as well as less developed areas, he said. It is also eyeing overseas ventures in Singapore, Indonesia, Vietnam and China.
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20 July 2012 | last updated at 01:11AM

Lower fee to convert Kg Baru land



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PRIVILEGES:Owners only need to pay flat rate of RM1,000 to change land status


Datuk Raja Nong Chik Raja Zainal Abidin (left) looking at the model building of the Puncak Baru development. With him is Kg Baru Development Corporation chairman Datuk Astaman Abd Aziz. Pix by Mohd Yusni Ariffin



AMPUNG Baru landowners would be allowed to redevelop their land by paying a fixed rate to amend the land use category

Federal Territories and Urban Wellbeing Minister Datuk Raja Nong Chik Raja Zainal Abidin, while officiating the Kg Baru Development Corporation exhibition, said this was to motivate interested lot owners.

"Instead of paying the normal premium rate, they will only be charged a nominal fee of RM1,000 per lot for them to change the land use category and conditions before redeveloping their lots."

"The other is the remission charge on the premium to be exempted for this purpose. This will help owners to kick-start discussions with the corporation or among themselves in redeveloping Kampung Baru as a modern Malay village," said Raja Nong Chik.

Federal Territories Land and Mines director Datuk Hasim Ismail later explained that under normal circumstances, land owners would need to pay a certain premium to change the land use for redevelopment purposes.

"Land owners have to pay a certain amount calculated on percentage based on what the category change is.

"For instance, if the land is priced at RM700 per 0.09 sq m, and the owners intend to have it changed from residential to commercial, they are required to pay a premium of 25 per cent of the land price per 0.09 sq m.

"So, if a RM175 premium is charged per 0.09 sq m, for 0.4 ha land, the land owner would have to fork out some RM7 million just for the premium charges based on the calculation.

"With this new incentive, the land owners are only required to pay RM1,000 per lot, which can reduce the development cost considerably," he said before handing appointment letters to board and advisory members of the corporation.

It was reported that Kampung Baru, which sits on prime land in Kuala Lumpur's golden triangle, was proposed for redevelopment to give a facelift to the 110-year-old enclave of villages.

One of them is the Puncak Baru mixed development project, which was mooted a few years ago, but had hit a snag due to the ongoing discussion with market traders there.

The joint-venture redevelopment between City Hall and Naza TTDI Sdn Bhd on Lot 3338 in Jalan Raja Muda Musa will include a 43-storey apartment block with facilities including shops, surau, multi-purpose hall, while the other 47-storey block will house office lots.





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Old July 24th, 2012, 02:39 PM   #16
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