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Old August 27th, 2019, 01:47 PM   #541
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City of Elmina: Sime Darby Property inks deal to set up rainforest knowledge centre
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PETALING JAYA (Aug 27): Sime Darby Property has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Tropical Rainforest Conservation & Research Centre (TRCRC), to jointly operate the Elmina Rainforest Knowledge Centre (ERKC) and an Endangered, Rare and Threatened (ERT) Native Tree Nursery in the City of Elmina, Shah Alam.

The ERKC and ERT will be set up at the 300-acre Central Park in the City of Elmina.

The township is connected to the 2,700-acre Subang Forest Reserve while the Central Park is expected to become an off-site conservation area.

The ERKC is currently under construction and is expected to be completed by mid-September this year, while the ERT Native Tree Nursery will be constructed by mid-2020, Sime Darby Property said in a statement yesterday.

Sime Darby Property Acting Group CEO Datuk Wan Hashimi Albakri Wan Ahmad Amin Jaffri said the company plans to replant an urban rainforest within Elmina Central Park to improve biodiversity value, help mitigate climate change by sequestering carbon and to create an environment that provides opportunities to learn about the importance of nature.

“In essence, the reforestation project is carried out to connect our communities with nature. TRCRC’s expertise will help us complete our mission and enhance community awareness on the benefits of co-existing with nature,” he offers. TRCRC is a local non-profit non-governmental organisation (NGO) which focuses on rainforest conservation and research.

Positioned as the “Gateway to Malaysia’s Natural Heritage”, the ERKC will focus on environmental education and conservation, research & development, promotion of eco-tourism and other green activities whereas the ERT Native Tree Nursery will be a facility focusing on producing up to 100,000 threatened species under the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List. These trees will be planted first within the Elmina Central Park.

The ERT Native Tree Nursery will also help to continuously supply plants for the township and other Sime Darby Property townships in the future.

“Our collaboration with Sime Darby Property will help raise awareness on the plight of the Malaysian rainforest, and hopefully make rainforest conservation more accessible for people to participate in,” said TRCRC executive director Dr Dzaeman Dzulkifli.

TRCRC plans to manage and operate both facilities, with a portion of the profits from the sale of trees from the nursery funding the programmes at the ERKC.
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Housing minister gets insights into Japan's public housing and smart townships
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There are many lessons Malaysia can learn from Japan, from the latter’s public housing mechanism to its smart wellness and sustainable townships, as it strives to shape a more inclusive and sustainable housing sector.

Housing and Local Government (KPKT) Minister Zuraida Kamaruddin who took part in the EdgeProp Malaysia Study Tour on Excellent Building Sustainability, Management and Wellness 2019 in Japan said one of the key takeaways from the trip was how public housing schemes in Japan divide low-income earners, who require housing assistance, into two sub-categories based on income levels — the B17 to B40 group and the below B17 group. Subsequently, the monthly rent for a public housing unit is set accordingly.

“This gave me an idea to break the B40 grouping (in Malaysia) down to the B20 or B10 so that it would be more effective and targeted in solving the homeownership difficulties faced by this group,” she told EdgeProp.my.

The minister met with Japan’s Parliamentary Vice-Minister For Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Masamune Wada on Oct 3 before she was briefed on Japan’s public housing schemes and regulations. This was followed by a visit to the Fujisawa smart and sustainable township (SST).

Zuraida was eager to learn about the liveability of public housing in Japan, particularly the indoor air quality in these homes. For example, under Japan’s Building Standard Law, building materials that contain chlorpyrifos are not allowed to be used in buildings with habitable rooms as it is a health hazard. The law also regulates the use of formaldehyde-emitting construction materials and requires all buildings to have ventilation equipment to tackle the volatile organic compound.

“Maybe there is something that we can do to modify our standards to ensure that our people are able to enjoy the basic rights to having good-quality air,” she said.

Zuraida learnt more about sustainable solutions for indoor air quality and smart home systems at the 19ha Fujisawa SST and, subsequently, at the Panasonic Center Tokyo and the Panasonic Tokyo Shiodome Building.

The EdgeProp Malaysia Study Tour on Excellent Building Sustainability, Management and Wellness 2019 from Oct 3 to Oct 5 was organised by EdgeProp Malaysia and supported by Panasonic.

Tour participants included the leaders of top property development companies in Malaysia. EdgeProp Malaysia managing director and editor-in-chief Au Foong Yee said the trip had lined up discussions and site visits, offering insights into the latest smart, sustainable wellness technologies; affordable housing mechanisms; and property management solutions.

“Apart from exchanging ideas, we also see strategic networking session possibilities among the study tour delegates. It is certainly no mean feat to have in the same room for two days and two nights, [the] drivers of Malaysia’s leading developers!” Au said. — EdgeProp.my
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This Japan Quality Home technologies is nothing new and has being adopted in Malaysia since 2016, MKH The Maple and Tropicana Aman Cheria Residence if i can recall. Nothing new to be honest.
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SLGG plans seafront project in Kuching
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SLGG director Leo Tan said currently the company is in talks with several potential partners in finding a strategic masterplan for the development.
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KUALA LUMPUR: High-end property developer Sanctuary Lakes Global Group (SLGG) is planing to develop a high-end seafront residential development in Kuching, Sarawak, the company's second in the East Malaysian city.

SLGG director Leo Tan said currently the company is in talks with several potential partners in finding a strategic masterplan for the development.

While there was no timeline given, it was made to understand that the development will comprise of resort-style low-rise residential and will be situated on the coastal area of the city.

"The potential in Sarawak is huge. The country is on an equal footing with Peninsular Malaysia with direct air connectivity to China and some big Asian cities.

"I think the population there is going to expand in the coming years and investors could not go wrong if they invest in properties there," Leo told The New Straits Times.

SLGG already had its footprint in East Malaysia back in 1990, having completed Kasuma Resort, a lakeside residential project in Kuching.

The 128 acres Kasuma Resort, a joint-venture with the Sarawak government's Land Custody and Development Authority, comprises 94 luxury villas, 288 luxury condominiums, a clubhouse and a restaurant complex, mostly with direct 23 acre lake frontage.

The project, which had a gross development value (GDV) of RM190 million, which was launched in 1995 and completed in 2004 was fully taken up.

Touching on projects in China, SLGG has several development projects in Sichuan province, one namely Sanctuary Xian Hai Villas, which currently ongoing, encompassing about 41 acres of landbank.

"We are looking at a multi-generational development there, all landed properties, comprising terrace houses, semi-detached and bungalows.

"We have completed the first 36 villas out of a total 158 villas, and we are moving into the townhouses and terrace house which are part of the development,” Leo said.

Sanctuary Xian Hai Villas has a gross development value (GDV) of US$100 million and the project offers varying types of Spanish-style villas as detached and linked units.

Developed over 5 phases, it is targeted to be completed in between six and eight years.

In Kuala Lumpur, SLGG recently launched Santuari Park Pantai, a low-density freehold residential development on a 38-acre freehold plot in Kuala Lumpur.

The high-end current development comprises 150 units consisting of garden and courtyard villas, bungalow lots and low-rise apartments and complemented by a linear park.

The first phase – priced from RM3.8 million to RM8.8 million – will have seven garden villas and 13 courtyard villas which are targeted to be completed by June 2020.

"The phase one of this development is targeted to multi-generation families, as the units are quite large.

"The buyers are high income earners who are looking for a permanent place within the city," he said.

On corporate side, Leo brushed off the idea of listing in Bursa Malaysia as emphasised that the company is doing quite well being a private entity.

"So far, from the group strategy, I have not heard any discussions of listing in the stock exchange, but as a private company, we are quite comfortable in handling our business, investments, projects and product offerings," he said.
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