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Old September 20th, 2018, 09:09 AM   #61
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Heard that ERL will extend to Port Dickson before but through Seremban is unexpected..
I believe there is some logic behind this:
1) KLIA to Labu: The only missing part, but mostly on plantation land
2) Labu to Seremban: Able utilize the existing KTM track reserved land.
3) Seremban to PD: Ideally no land acquisition involved, just restore the old track.

Based on this, I did rough estimation of total track length on google map and it is around 50km~60km.
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Old September 24th, 2018, 08:21 AM   #62
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Malaysian Vision Valley Projects:

Under construction:
1) New route for Nilai, Labu and Enstek. (To be completed by 2021)


Planned:
1) Upgrade Federal Road No. 5 from Sepang to Teluk Kemang.
2) Upgrade road from Nilai to LEKAS Pajam interchange
3) Upgrade road from Sendayan to Tanah Merah A
4) Seremban Middle Ring Road 3B (Labu to Mantin?? Cause I notice there's maybe a 3C)
5) SKLIA Highway from Senawang to KLIA
6) West Coast Highway (Banting to Seremban/Port Dickson????)
7) Rail service from KLIA to Seremban to PD.


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Old October 4th, 2018, 04:38 AM   #63
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Oh well, this project seems to beat up a few notch since it launched 3 years ago. Unfortunate, the plan we saw previously were abandoned by SDP.

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Sime to build Malaysia's largest property project alone; KWAP, Brunsfield out

PETALING JAYA: Sime Darby Property Bhd (SD Prop) will go it alone in the development of the 379,000-acre Malaysia Vision Valley (MVV) project.

Sources said that the early partners in the development that covers an area that is twice the size of Singapore dropped out after the memorandum of understanding (MoU) lapsed a year ago. The MoU between SD Prop, Brunsfield Development Sdn Bhd and Kumpulan Wang Amanah Pencen (KWAP) lapsed in November last year.

“Later, all the parties mutually agreed not to extent the MoU. Subsequently, SD Prop decided to go it alone in developing the massive project by stages to take advantage of the development shift south of Kuala Lumpur,” said a source.

It is learnt that KWAP has expressed interest in coming in as a partner in some parts of the development. “However, KWAP is not keen on being part of the master developer team to drive the project. It is too large for an entity such as KWAP,” said an executive close to the fund.

SD Prop is said to be open to forging partnerships as the master developer of MVV, as well as in the specific projects within the development. The idea is to get large developers with deep pockets to invest as the master developer, and smaller funds and property developers to put their money in smaller portions of the project.

It is only natural for SD Prop to take the lead, as the company owns large tracts of land in MVV. In fact, MVV was a cornerstone for SD Prop even some 10 years ago.

SD Prop has charted out a masterplan and the development of the first phase covering more than 11,000 acres will kick off soon.

According to sources, the developer is confident of demand despite the soft property market because the area is located close to existing industries in the Nilai and Sepang areas. “The existing projects are seeing good demand because they are landed and not too expensive. The confidence is based on the thousands of workers in the industries,” said a source.

The MoU between SD Prop, Brunsfield and KWAP was signed in May 2017. In the same month, Brunsfield disclosed that the Boston Design Group had prepared a concept masterplan to be presented to the MVV steering committee. Under the proposed plan by Boston Design Group, phase one of the MVV would have six clusters and essentially form the `heartbeat’ of MVV. However, it is learnt that the steering committee decided to opt for a plan prepared by SD Prop.

Sources said that the SD Prop master plan caters to gradual development to create vibrancy and provide ample open spaces and green parks in its development.

“It will set the pace for future phases of development in MVV with a lot of open space,” said a source.


MVV covers a large area from Sepang in Selangor right up to Port Dickson in Negri Sembilan. The high-speed rail (HSR) is to cut across the development with at least two stations located within the development. One of the stations is in Labu in Negri Sembilan.

Although the HSR project has been deferred, there is an existing railway line with a stop in Labu to provide connectivity.

Apart from SD Prop, the Negri Sembilan state government has been the other principle proponent of the MVV project to take advantage of the development south of Kuala Lumpur. Towards this end, an official in the state government said that all efforts have been made to help SD Prop develop the area between KLIA and up to Seremban. He said that the state saw tremendous potential, especially to cater to industries that want to be located in close proximity to the airport.

“The MVV is a project that will drive development in the state for the next 30 years,” he said. The MVV project is projected to run for more than 30 years, requiring investments of some RM300bil with 1.4 million jobs being created.
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Oh well, this project seems to beat up a few notch since it launched 3 years ago. Unfortunate, the plan we saw previously were abandoned by SDP.
Since SD had taken the time and money to develop the masterplan the state should adopted it as it structural plan.

It likely way better than the perancangan that government will ever did. Just look at how the Iskandar grow with professionally designed plans payed for by Khazanah
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Old October 6th, 2018, 08:00 AM   #66
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KWAP may invest in MVV but in different role
By AMIR HISYAM RASID - October 4, 2018 @ 7:58pm



KWAP chief executive officer Datuk Wan Kamaruzaman Wan Ahmad said its involvement in the large-scale project could only be on a project by project basis. File pix

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KUALA LUMPUR: Kumpulan Wang Persaraan (Diperbadankan) may consider investing in Malaysia Vision Valley (MVV) project but not as a consortium member that spearheads the 379,000-acre development.

Chief executive officer Datuk Wan Kamaruzaman Wan Ahmad said its involvement in the large-scale project could only be on a project by project basis.

He was responding to reports that Sime Darby Property Bhd would go and develop the MVV project alone following the lapse of an initial deal with KWAP and Brunsfield Group.

“The news report is true that we are not renewing the memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Sime Darby Property to become an equity partner of the project holding company.

“However, we may consider investing on a project basis. If they (SDP) send us the proposal, we would be happy to evaluate,” he told NST Business.

The MoU between SDP, Brunsfield Development Sdn Bhd and KWAP lapsed in November last year.

In the last few months, SDP said it had engaged with the state and federal governments to decide on the future of MVV.

SDP managing director Datuk Seri Amrin Awaluddin said it was seeking fresh approvals on the MVV as the public-private initiative with KWAP and Brunsfield had lapsed.

However, a new development suggested that the early partners had no intention to renew the MoU, according to a daily, citing sources.

“All the parties mutually agreed not to extent the MoU. Subsequently, SD Prop decided to go it alone in developing the massive project by stages to take advantage of the development shift south of Kuala Lumpur,” one of the sources quoted as saying.

“KWAP is not keen on being part of the master developer team to drive the project. It is too large for an entity such as KWAP,” said another souce.

The MVV project reportedly was expected to attract about RM290 billion investments over 30 years and create 1.38 million jobs.
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Old October 16th, 2018, 08:20 AM   #67
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Airbus proposed location change from Labu to Bukit Pelandok. It used to be the largest pig farm in Malaysia before the swine flu.

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Tiga projek besar di Port Dickson
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PORT DICKSON: Kerajaan negeri bakal memeterai tiga projek terbesar di Port Dickson dalam masa terdekat ini.

Pengerusi Jawatankuasa Bertindak Pelaburan, Perindustrian, Keusahawanan, Pendidikan dan Modal Insan, Dr Mohamad Rafie Ab Malek, projek berkenaan adalah yang terkandung dalam perancangan kerajaan negeri sebelum ini.

Katanya, projek berkenaan mendapat persetujuan Perdana Menteri, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad dan kerajaan negeri akan berbincang dengan Ahli Parlimen Port Dickson yang baru, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.

Projek pertama berkenaan syarikat penerbangan Airbus di Bukit Pelandok, Chuah dan Dr Mahathir pada dasarnya setuju malah memberikan galakan kepada kerajaan negeri.

“Perbincangan dengan Airbus sudah dibuat dan sekarang dalam proses untuk Memorandum Persefahaman (Mou),” katanya ketika merasmikan program Regional Students Product Exhibition (RESPEX) di Dewan Wawasan Politeknik Port Dickson, hari ini.

Menurut Dr Mohamad Rafie, projek kedua ialah hab maritim iaitu industri perkapalan atau lebih tepat lagi perkhidmatan kapal ke kapal.

“Setiap hari ada beratus kapal lalu di perairan kita dan sebelum ini kita tiada urusan perniagaan dengan mereka.

“Port Dickson sebagai destinasi pelancongan juga akan diperkasakan melalui projek pelancongan kesihatan dan hab pendidikan,” katanya.

Katanya, kemenangan Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim dalam Pilihan Raya Kecil (PRK) Port Dickson baru-baru ini akan lebih memudahkan membawa segala bentuk pembangunan di Port Dickson.

Katanya, kerajaan negeri akan memberikan kerjasama menjayakannya dan secara tidak langsung akan merancakkan industri pelancongan di daerah ini.

“Kerajaan negeri percaya semua projek ini berjalan lancar seperti yang kita rancangkan dan dalam masa yang sama turut menarik perhatian pelabur untuk melabur di Negeri Sembilan,” katanya.
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Old December 5th, 2018, 02:46 AM   #68
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It's getting closer, stay tuned on 13 Dec...


Link: http://www.theedgemarkets.com/articl...valley-project

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Negeri Sembilan restructuring Malaysian Vision Valley project

SEREMBAN (Dec 4): The Negeri Sembilan Government is restructuring the Malaysian Vision Valley (MVV) project by focusing on economic development involving high-impact industries in various clusters.

State Investment, Industrialisation, Entrepreneurship, Education and Human Capital Action Committee Chairman Dr Mohamad Rafie Ab Malek said the development project, to be known as the MVV 2.0, would create more jobs, especially for the youths in the state.

“We are in the midst of identifying key industry players to invest in each development cluster.

“For example, Airbus, a key industry player in the aviation industry, has agreed to participate in the development of an aviation hub within the industry cluster in Nilai,” he said.

He was speaking to reporters after the closing ceremony of a workshop titled “Open Space Technology: The Needs and Contribution of the Negeri Sembilan Youth to the Implementation of MVV 2.0” here today.

The event was attended by 164 participants from several youth associations in the state.

The MVV Secretariat is gathering feedback from the public to ensure that the project will benefit the people, said Mohamad Rafie, adding that the data will be taken into account in the implementation of the master plan and input on the social impact assessment study.

He said the State government will also seek views from experts and professionals from higher learning institutions and analyse the inputs to ensure that a well-planned programme will be in place.

“The youth involvement in the development plan is necessary to ensure that their ideas and views are taken into account before the plan is executed as it is for their future,” he said.

The MVV 2.0, which encompasses four main clusters, namely industry, education, tourism and special services, is expected to be launched by Menteri Besar Aminuddin Harun on Dec 13.

The 30-year mega development project, which is headed by Sime Darby Property Bhd, is touted to become the country’s sixth economic corridor, spanning over 153,300 hectares.
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Old December 8th, 2018, 09:38 AM   #69
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Airbus proposed location change from Labu to Bukit Pelandok. It used to be the largest pig farm in Malaysia before the swine flu.

https://www.bharian.com.my/berita/po...i-port-dickson

I hope they will name the FAL (or whatever that will transpire from the MOU) after Port Dickson, not after Bukit Pelandok or Labu or Negeri Sembilan. I think brand name is very important.

I really hope it will be a Final Assembly Line, it’s the best thing that can happen to Malaysian aerospace industry.

Airbus Toulouse, France
Airbus Hamburg, Germany
Airbus Alabama, USA
Airbus Tianjin, China
Airbus Port Dickson, Malaysia
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"The first project is the Airbus airline in Bukit Pelandok, Chuah and Dr Mahathir has agreed in principle and even gave his encouragement to the state government.

"We have discussed this with Airbus and the next process is to sign the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)," he said after opening the Regional Students Product Exhibition (RESPEX) program at the Dewan Wawasan Politeknik Port Dickson.

https://www.nst.com.my/news/nation/2...s-port-dickson
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First of the project will be a high tech industrial park open by 2020.


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SEREMBAN: A 1,135ha hi-tech industrial park is the first of six "heartbeat" projects identified under the restructured Malaysia Vision Valley 2.0 development to be carried out in the 153,411ha new growth area spanning from Seremban to Port Dickson.

Mentri Besar Aminuddin Harun said many potential investors were already knocking on his doors indicating their interest to invest in the hi-tech park due to open in Labu in 2020.

"The MVV 2.0 development, an area twice the size of Singapore is envisioned to be a world-class metropolis and part of Greater Kuala Lumpur will be a much sought after area due to its strategic location.

"No other states can rival us when it comes to our proximity to the federal capital and the country's main airports and seaports," he said when launching MVV 2.0 here.

Aminuddin said the MVV 2.0 is expected to attract some RM294bil in investments till 2045 which will see the creation of some 600,000 jobs.

Also present at the launch was Sime Darby Property Berhad chairman Tan Sri Dr Zeti Akhtar Aziz. Sime Darby will be undertaking the project as the master developer.

The other five projects identified under phase one of the MVV2.0 were an integrated transportation terminal and downtown transit oriented development (3,518ha), specialised and integrated logistics services (1,240ha), World Knowledge City (2,000ha), Biopolis and Wellness City (2.000ha) and a Tourism district and bird/river sanctuary (920ha).

The MVV 2.0 which would be carried out in stages over 30 years, is part of the National Physical Plan and one of 17 promoted development zones to be given priority at the national level.

Aminuddin said MVV 2.0 differed from it predecessor MVV as the restructured development gave priority to attract investments in the industrial sector.

"Under MVV, the priority was initially housing. We now wish to attract more investors especially in the clean and green and high-tech sectors to improve our economy and be able to provide more jobs," he said.

Zeti said MVV 2.0 would be an inclusive and comprehensive development plan driven by a public-private partnership which aims to deliver a new growth area for Malaysia.

"Being the master developer will allow us to extract and enhance the value of our land bank within the MVV 2.0 development area.

"I am also pleased to mention that both local and foreign investors have expressed their interest to be part of the MVV 2.0 and this signifies the enormous potential of the development," she said.

Sime Darby, she said, has been involved in the property sector in Negri Sembilan since 1997 with the opening of the 720ha township in Nilai Impian followed by the Bandar Ainsdale project in 2012 and Chemara Hills the following year.
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Proton 3 factory maybe can set up here?
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Regarding the Airbus facility in MVV, it is pretty possible that if they choose the final assembly line plan, they'll start off by assembling the new Airbus A220, Airbus A320neo and the next generation Airbus Narrowbody Aircraft Replacement ( 2030s ) as the demand for narrow body aircraft is going to ramp up in South East Asia as it grows in terms of market size and purchasing power.

By placing the final assembly line in the middle of South East Asia, together with its MRO services etc, it provides a convenient choice for airlines to order Airbus narrow body aircraft and also enhance the aerospace industries not just in Malaysia but also neighbouring countries.

Though, they'll need a good place to put a runway, and find a good place for testing at an airport that's not busy ( like KLIA ).
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Yea, currently the latest proposed place is at PD. The airbus feasibility will take 18 months to complete, just nice for 2020, which also the year the MVV 2.0 officially kickoff.
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MVV Transport Hub


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https://www.utiledesign.com/work/mal...vision-valley/


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Trip to China beneficial for Malaysia Vision Valley project
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JEMPOL (July 12): Negeri Sembilan Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Aminuddin Harun says dialogues and forums with industry players in Beijing recently gave him the opportunity to promote the Malaysia Vision Valley (MVV) project which is being developed in the State.

Aminuddin, who was part of Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Wan Azizah Wan Ismail's delegation during her four-day official visit to China that began Monday, said the visit also provided an opportunity to him to ask high-tech industry investors to invest in the State.

He said investors had shown interest in the project which would be developed over a span of 30 years.

"This is what we hoped, which is to promote the MVV to investors, and many telecommunication companies there wanted to discuss this project with us," he told reporters after attending the gathering of heads of departments in the Jempol District here, today.

Aminuddin said the visit to China also gave him some positive inputs in terms of developing Negeri Sembilan, based on the revolutionary success of development there, which managed to produce a cleaner, more organised and attractive landscape and environment.
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