Title: Physical Planning Guidelines for the MSC and Urban Design Guidelines for Putrajaya

Year: 2000

Cost of Project: MYR1.0m (Sector)

Client: Federal Development of  Town and Country Planning

Description

The purpose of these guidelines is to guide and influence the achievement of urban structure form in combination with the physical and social infrastructure consistent with and conducive to the planning vision for the MSC and Cyberjaya as the first model cybercity.

Title: Kuala Lumpur Structure Plan Review

Year: 2001/2002

Cost of Project: MYR5.7m

Client: Kuala Lumpur City Hall

Description

The review of KLSP 1984 is being undertaken in the context of preparing the year 2020 Structure Plan for KL as expected under the Kuala Lumpur Federal Territory Planning Act. It is a vision driven plan based on the following themes:

•  Kuala Lumpur as an international commercial and financial hub;

•  Kuala Lumpur as a garden tropical city;

•  Kuala Lumpur as a quality living city;

•  Kuala Lumpur as a caring city; and

•  Kuala Lumpur as a smart city.

The plan now serves as the guiding instrument for the long-term development of Kuala Lumpur until the year 2020. The plan is to mandatorily comply in the preparation of the various local plans for the city.

The Proposed POIC Park Land Use Zoning Concept

Title: Business Strategy, Marketing, and Implementation of The Palm Oil Industrial Cluster (POIC) Gebeng, Pahang

Year: 2009

Project Cost: MYR0.5m (Sector)

Client: ECER Development Council (ECERDC)

Description

POIC Park has been prepared to attract investment in palm oil industrial activities in Gebeng and a vital foundation for the development initiative in palm oil-related industries in ECER. This park also provides an important impetus in the growth and development of the proposed Kuantan Port City and serving as a planning instrument for implementation and action. POIC site is zoned industrial, hence compatible within the local plan. POIC 3 land parcels (472 ha) are spatially and functionally integrated within the KPC Pelan.

 testing

 

 

 

 

Stewarding Excellence in Innovative Sustainable Urban Habitat 

Contact us