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Old October 13th, 2018, 07:22 PM   #1121
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…to build Government Center at Sungai Besi Airport site will be a loss of commercial value for that piece of land…

Anyway, do you know why Putrajaya was created and why in Sepang?

Why Putrajaya was created:

• In the 1980s to early 90s, all federal government buildings are located in KL and around Selangor.

• Some buildings are government owned but many were rented from the market.

• Requirement for government spaces expanded thus need more rented spaces.

• As population increased, more people deals with government causing traffic congestion in KL city.

• government servants and the public had to spend time in choking traffic jam which were not productive to the nation

• Hence the idea to relocate Federal administrative capital outside KL and leave KL as commercial capital.

• The same were done in many other countries; USA-Washington D.C, Australia-Canberra, Brazil-Brassilia, India-New Delhi etc, Canada-Ottawa


• Contrary to many beliefs, the funding for Putrajaya was not paid out of government pocket. Putrajaya Holdings was created as self-purpose vehicle for this development. PJH were the ones went out to the market securing financing by issuing Mudharabah Bonds and Commercial Loans at a low cost since this development is secured by the Government.

• In the financing model of Build-Lease –Transfer(BLT), the government will be paying a lease agreement for 25 years to PJH and gets to own the building at the end of lease term. Compared to renting office space which will be ‘burned’, the money paid becomes government assets.


Why in Sepang:
• Somewhere not too far from KL as commercial hub

• Developed together with Cyberjaya and KLIA

• Vast land owned by GLC Plantation companies - low land price, easier in dealing with one stakeholder for land acquisition

• This new city will spur development growth within Southern Corridor all the way to Nilai.


• A greenfield site would allow the master planner a freehand in offering the best ideas for the new city master plan.
Explained perfectly.

In addition to that, with the Malaysian Vision Valley coming up, Putrajaya, Cyberjaya and KLIA is located strategically between Klang Valley and the MVV.
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Old December 5th, 2018, 11:29 PM   #1123
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Old December 6th, 2018, 03:57 AM   #1124
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Nice!

Is this the MACC building?

I think now should be buzzing with activity
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Old December 6th, 2018, 09:00 AM   #1125
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Nice!

Is this the MACC building?

I think now should be buzzing with activity
This is Suasana PjH >> SUASANA PjH (LOT 2C5) | Putrajaya

MACC is this one >> MACC Headquarters | Putrajaya (Presint 9) | 23 fl, 19 fl, 15 fl | Completed

btw beautiful lighting
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Old December 23rd, 2018, 02:38 PM   #1126
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Old January 9th, 2019, 06:22 PM   #1127
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TRC Synergy bags RM499m mixed project in Putrajaya
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KUALA LUMPUR (Dec 4): TRC Synergy Bhd has bagged a RM498.7 million contract – its largest year-to-date – from Putrajaya Holdings Sdn Bhd to develop an integrated development at Plot 8MD3 in Precinct 8, Putrajaya.

With the addition of this contract, TRC Synergy said its order book will increase to RM3 billion.

In a filing with Bursa Malaysia today, TRC Synergy said its wholly-owned subsidiary Trans Resources Corp Sdn Bhd has accepted the award from Putrajaya Holdings, the master developer of Putrajaya, for the proposed project, which will be completed within 57 months.

The development comprises residential towers, podium block, retail space, serviced apartments, common facilities, high street, facilities block for serviced apartments, facility floor, show gallery, event hall, promenade, basement as well as elevated parking and other ancillary works.
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Old January 10th, 2019, 02:19 AM   #1128
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Old January 12th, 2019, 12:52 PM   #1129
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…to build Government Center at Sungai Besi Airport site will be a loss of commercial value for that piece of land…

Anyway, do you know why Putrajaya was created and why in Sepang?

Why Putrajaya was created:

• In the 1980s to early 90s, all federal government buildings are located in KL and around Selangor.

• Some buildings are government owned but many were rented from the market.

• Requirement for government spaces expanded thus need more rented spaces.

• As population increased, more people deals with government causing traffic congestion in KL city.

• government servants and the public had to spend time in choking traffic jam which were not productive to the nation

• Hence the idea to relocate Federal administrative capital outside KL and leave KL as commercial capital.

• The same were done in many other countries; USA-Washington D.C, Australia-Canberra, Brazil-Brassilia, India-New Delhi etc, Canada-Ottawa


• Contrary to many beliefs, the funding for Putrajaya was not paid out of government pocket. Putrajaya Holdings was created as self-purpose vehicle for this development. PJH were the ones went out to the market securing financing by issuing Mudharabah Bonds and Commercial Loans at a low cost since this development is secured by the Government.

• In the financing model of Build-Lease –Transfer(BLT), the government will be paying a lease agreement for 25 years to PJH and gets to own the building at the end of lease term. Compared to renting office space which will be ‘burned’, the money paid becomes government assets.


Why in Sepang:
• Somewhere not too far from KL as commercial hub

• Developed together with Cyberjaya and KLIA

• Vast land owned by GLC Plantation companies - low land price, easier in dealing with one stakeholder for land acquisition

• This new city will spur development growth within Southern Corridor all the way to Nilai.


• A greenfield site would allow the master planner a freehand in offering the best ideas for the new city master plan.
Technically
PJH is a JV of Petronas and Khazanah. So it's still is government money as they are GLCs.

If not mistaken Land in Putrajaya used to be owned by IOI and selangor government not a GLC. I don't think there's much GLCs land around there.

IMO at the end of the day, I think we built Putrajaya for the purpose of projecting power and prosperity. Just like the Chinese and arabs are doing now.
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Old April 19th, 2019, 06:51 AM   #1131
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Zenith Aim sees bright prospects in tourism
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The newly-opened Zenith Putrajaya is strategically located to cater to meetings and seminars organised by government departments and ministries nearby. NSTP photo by LUQMAN HAKIM ZUBIR



Pahang Crown Prince Tengku Hassanal Ibrahim Alam Shah Al-Sultan Abdullah (fourth from left) officiate at the opening of the Zenith Putrajaya. Also present are Pahang Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Wan Rosdy Wan Ismail (second from left), Federal Territories Minister Khalid Abdul Samad (third from left) and Zenith Aim executive chairman Datuk Seri Tew Kim Thin (second from right). NSTP photo by LUQMAN HAKIM ZUBIR

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PUTRAJAYA: Pahang-based Zenith Aim Sdn Bhd, which has invested RM195 million in a business hotel here, sees good prospects in view of Visit Malaysia 2020.

“This 5-star hotel, which is certified as energy efficient, is strategically located for business meetings and seminars.

“It is surrounded by government offices such as the Federal Territories Ministry and the Finance Ministry,” said Zenith Aim Sdn Bhd executive chairman Datuk Seri Tew Kim Thin.

The scenic lakeside landscape in Putrajaya and suitably-sized ballroom is also ideal for bridal photoshoots and wedding banquets, Tew told NST Business after the Pahang Crown Prince Tengku Hassanal Ibrahim Alam Shah Al-Sultan Abdullah officiated at the opening this 253-room Zenith Putrajaya here today.

Zenith is not a newcomer to the hospitality industry. For almost a decade, it has been investing close to RM400 million in the commercial cluster of Zenith Kuantan, Sultan Ahmad Shah International Convention Center and the Kuantan City Mall in Pahang.

Tew said Zenith's third hotel will open in Cameron Highlands next year. “We're investing more than RM200 million in a 5-star hillside resort and service apartment.”

“We're looking forward to receiving more guests at our hotels as we welcome the government's initiative to promote Visit Malaysia 2020,” Tew said in an interview here today.

Malaysia Tourism Promotion Board or Tourism Malaysia is stepping up its promotions this year in preparation of Visit Malaysia 2020, a landmark campaign that is targeted to attract some 30 million international tourists and RM100 billion in tourism receipts.

Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng had announced as at February 28, 2019, Customs Department had repaid RM4 billion to 54,603 Goods and Services Tax (GST) registrants.

Lim also said as at March 4, 2019, the outstanding GST refund stood at RM22.14 billion — of which RM9.36 billion has been processed — across more than 298,457 statements by 168,839 registrants.

When asked to comment, Tew, who is also Pasdec Holdings Bhd substantial shareholder and group managing director, replied, “Zenith Aim has received 100 per cent of its GST refunds from Customs.”
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Old April 26th, 2019, 04:41 AM   #1133
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A few weeks back I attended a talk with the original masterplanner of Putrajaya. He said, Putrajaya was supposed to be a city without skyscrapers. There should only be small rises, water promenades, big pedestrian walks and an interconnected public transportation system. They didn't even design car parking much in the original design to encourage walking and public transportation usage. But over the years, the original plan was corrupted with high rises and the mentality of Malaysians that prefers driving over public transportation.

On the high rise, I totally subscribe the original plan. The buildings should be kept low rise so that we can enjoy the view and panorama for miles and miles away. Skyscrapers should just be concentrated in KL.
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Old April 26th, 2019, 12:36 PM   #1134
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I think the only highrise that is not on the original masterplan is the 30 stories near parcel z (alamanda), but precint 4 & 5 are meant for high rise buildings.

Another thing was during Putrajaya inception, 15 stories building was very common as if it's the most cost effective heights to be built back then but nowadays 30 to 40 stories are common even in secondary cities like melaka.
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Old May 2nd, 2019, 10:47 AM   #1135
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A few weeks back I attended a talk with the original masterplanner of Putrajaya. He said, Putrajaya was supposed to be a city without skyscrapers. There should only be small rises, water promenades, big pedestrian walks and an interconnected public transportation system. They didn't even design car parking much in the original design to encourage walking and public transportation usage. But over the years, the original plan was corrupted with high rises and the mentality of Malaysians that prefers driving over public transportation.

On the high rise, I totally subscribe the original plan. The buildings should be kept low rise so that we can enjoy the view and panorama for miles and miles away. Skyscrapers should just be concentrated in KL.
banyak lah dia 'encourage walking' tengah2 panas hangat Putrajaya tu
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dont mind if they built a highrise in putrajaya...but must be an iconic one.
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I think now should be buzzing with activity
They better....
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Finally, a military installation In Putrajaya

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KUALA LUMPUR: The country’s long overdue, foremost defence and security educational facility has finally been established.

The all-new RM100 million National Defence Education Centre in Precinct 1 of the federal administrative capital of Putrajaya is ready to begin operations.

The facility, which was first dreamt of nearly five decades ago, is more popularly known as by its Puspahanas (Pusat Pengajian Pertahanan Nasional).

Armed Forces chief General Tan Sri Zulkifli Zainal Abidin said Puspahanas would begin operations from next week when the Defence Ministry formally accepted the facility, upon completion of inspection and certification.

“The pioneer group of administrative staff has begun preparations to move into the facility.”

However,Zulkifli said,the first batch of students would only begin their courses in September,once Puspahanas was fully functional. He declined to elaborate or comment further.

It was brought to the New Straits Times’ attention that the delay in the student intake was to enable the current batches to complete their courses at various instituitions scattered around the Defence Ministry in Jalan Padang Tembak here.

Puspahanas is now the premier educational facility for the armed forces and it complements institutions like the Malaysian National Defence University in Sungai Besi, and the country’s recruit and officer cadet training facilities.

It was learnt that a ‘two-star’ general is expected to head Puspahanas as its first commandant. A defence industry spokesman said final touches for Puspahanas, which was envisioned 47 years ago, had been completed, and interior fittings, furniture and other amenities would be put into place.

The estimated cost of completion,including land acquisition, planning, development, engineering, architectural, construction and consultancy,is believed to be around RM100 million.

He said Puspahanas was complete with offices, lecture halls, classrooms and accommodation.

“Puspahanas will house the Armed Forces Defence College,the Armed Forces Staff College and the National Defence College (NDC), offering a variety of strategic and defence studies from diploma, degree, Masters to doctorate levels.”

He said the Armed Forces Staff College, or Haigate, prepared officers of the rank of major for career development, while the Armed Forces Defence College prepared lieutenant-colonels for promotions.

Both facilities are presently in the vicinity of the Defence Ministry in Jalan Padang Tembak.

The spokesman said:’The newly established NDC will cater to officers from the rank of colonel, or its equivalent from government agencies and related industries.

“There were plans to house the Malaysian Institute of Defence and Security (Midas) at Puspahanas,but a new facility for the institute was secured at the Defence Ministry last year.”
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