- “At KPKT we are always looking at solutions to provide affordable homes that is liveable, accessible, which has good connectivity and community. It is good to see that SkyWorld is committed to sustainability and is using innovative technologies and materials in its developments.”
KUALA LUMPUR (March 28): Local Government Development Minister (KPKT) Nga Kor Ming last week paid a visit to SkyWorld Development Bhd’s Quality Centre and SkyAwani 3 Residences and has come away impressed.
“At KPKT we are always looking at solutions to provide affordable homes that is liveable, accessible, which has good connectivity and community. It is good to see that SkyWorld is committed to sustainability and is using innovative technologies and materials in its developments,” said Nga.
During the event, SkyWorld shared the company’s vision for sustainable urban growth and showcased its innovative approach to urban planning. The briefing provided an opportunity for SkyWorld to “discuss key priorities for urban development in Malaysia”, the company stated in a media release.
Nga and his delegation were given a guided tour to SkyAwani 3 Residences at Setapak, Kuala Lumpur. The project is part of SkyWorld’s Awani series, which offers affordable homes to Malaysians under the Residensi Wilayah programme.
“SkyAwani 3 Residences is designed to provide comfortable and practical living spaces for families, and offers over 20 full-fledged recreational facilities that promote healthy lifestyle for residents such as swimming pool, gym, bubble jet jacuzzi, basketball court, sky garden, multipurpose hall, children’s playground amongst others. All units are priced at RM300,000 with 3-bedroom and 2-bathroom,” stated SkyWorld.
The minister also visited the SkyWorld Quality Centre – “first-of-its-kind in Malaysia that acts as a quality benchmark for all SkyWorld developments and showcasing the compliant and non-compliant workmanships”. The “centre signifies SkyWorld’s commitments to QLASSIC (Quality Assessment System in Construction) standard developed by the Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) in Malaysia”, stated the company.
“SkyWorld Quality Centre demonstrates their dedication to ensuring that their homes are built to the highest standards. I commend SkyWorld for their efforts and commitment to building affordable, quality homes for Malaysians,” said Nga.
“We are honoured to have the Local Government Development Minister visit us today and this is a testament to SkyWorld’s commitment to delivering high-quality and sustainable homes to Malaysians. We will continue to innovate and push the boundaries of design and promote sustainability matters to provide our customers with the best homes possible,” said Lee Chee Seng, CEO of SkyWorld.
SkyWorld has won numerous awards and was recently crowned in FIABCI Malaysia Property Awards 2022 for SkyAwani 2 Residences as the winner in the Affordable Housing category.