Real estate consultancy Savills Malaysia managing director Datuk Paul Khong describes placemaking as an art of creating a distinctive sense of place in order to capture people to a location and to ensure their repeated return.
Budget 2021: Out with the squalid, in comes comfortable and quality housing for the lower-income group
Some RM1.2 billion for the construction of comfortable and quality housing come next year
The conference will see 250 awardees nationwide gathered to master the latest trends in the real estate market...
Tan Sri Lim Kang Hoo: To be developed over 20 years, Bandar Malaysia will shape the future direction of Kuala Lumpur by offering a liveable new lifestyle city with modern infrastructure to become an iconic development within the Asean region and to the world.
The success of Bandar Malaysia is not only key for executive chairman of Iskandar Waterfront Holdings Sdn Bhd (IWH) and chairman of Ekovest Bhd Tan Sri Lim Kang Hoo but, equally so for the country. In the words of Lim, “This is a Government-to-Government project. Bandar Malaysia is the largest project in the One Belt One Road initiative and with the participation CREC — one of the Fortune 500 companies — it can attract other global top companies to set up their regional offices there.”
BNM’s six-month moratorium, which allows loan borrowers to delay their repayments until September, and those who are eligible for the targeted moratorium extension, the deferment period until the end of the year, will further delay the impact of the Covid-19 on the property market.