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Segget Updates: Community Based Design Landscape

The Sungai Segget Rejuvenation project under the Johor Bahru Transformation (JBT) Programme is entering its third phase which involves landscaping and beautification of the area. The JBT Programme aimed to revitalise Johor Bahru, by providing thriving economic activities, city living and amenities that are aligned with the vision of Majlis Bandaraya Johor Bahru (MBJB) and Iskandar Regional Development Authority (IRDA). Since 2010, the JBT programme has conducted a series of

MBJB allocates RM12 million for the maintenance of trees

Johor Bahru City Council (MBJB) will continue to intensify measures to remove illegally installed fibre optic cables in the city. Mayor of Johor Bahru, A. Rahim Nin said stern action was taken following the revelation that the fibre optic cable installation were done without permits and it came with negative drawbacks including flash floods. The contractors involved also caused damages to the road surface and drainage infrastructure, while the fibre

Tallest Southeast Asia Residential Towers Ready in 2018 3

SGX listed Astaka Holdings Limited’s ‘The Astaka’ residential towers; also claimed as the tallest building in Southeast Asia region received its topping off ceremony recently to mark its completion by 2018 at 1 Bukit Senyum. The auspicious event was officiated and witnessed by Johor Menteri Besar, Datuk Seri Mohamed Khaled Nordin together with Astaka Chief Executive Officer, Dato’ Zamani Kasim and Founder, Datuk Daing A. Malek A. Rahaman standing atop

MBJB to Receive a New Home

Johor Bahru City Council (MBJB) and its 800 employees will be receiving a new 15-storey Grade-A office tower soon at One Bukit Senyum by Astaka Holdings. Johor Bahru Mayor Tuan Haji A. Rahim Nin said, “The new headquarters of the Johor Bahru City Council will enable us to better serve the people of Johor.” The tower will boast several key features such as an array of open air garden courtyard

Mah Sing Unveils More Projects in Johor

In line with Mah Sing Group Berhad’s brand transformation, the Group officially launched its Southern corporate office together with the unveiling of their new products; Dandelion and Fern 2-storey link homes and new tower of [email protected] Bayvue. Witnessed by the Secretary of Johor Bahru City Council (MBJB), Tuan Sidek Paiman and Chief Executive Officer of Mah Sing Group, Datuk Ho Hon Sang, the Group’s corporate office is housed at Austin

Vast Public Infrastructure Developments at IIBD 3

Johor Corporation (JCorp) announced its current commencement of key infrastructure developments for Ibrahim International Business District (IIBD) that comprises of a flyover, Link Bridge and PERSADA Annexe which are set to improve accessibility for both vehicular and foot traffic while providing conducive retail space to achieve IIBD’s agenda of becoming the central business district. The auspicious event was witnessed and officiated by Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia, Datuk Seri Dr.

Treatment Plant to Improve Segget Water Quality

The Sungai Segget rejuvenation project, under the Johor Bahru transformation plan is a collaboration between Iskandar Regional Development Authority (IRDA) and Johor Bahru City Council (MBJB). It is currently entering its third phase and the newly completed Combined Sewerage Treatment Plant (CSTP) is expected to further improve the water quality of the river. The CSTP is the first high-rise vertical sewerage treatment plant in Malaysia. The 11-storey high building has

Green Light to Buy a Home Now

The Real Estate, Housing and Development’s Association (REHDA) Johor once again organised Malaysia Property Exhibition (MAPEX) 2017 at Aeon Tebrau City witnessing over 30 developers offering wide range of properties to the public. Noting the fluctuation of the economy in the country that may contribute hesitation among buyers to make decisions on property purchasing, REHDA Johor Branch Chairman, Dato’ Ir. Steve Chong Yoon said that now is a good time

Good Times Ahead for Kulai District

An abandoned five-storey low cost flats project in Taman Setia Indah, Bandar Dato’ Onn will be rescued soon under the new management of Kumpulan Prasarana Rakyat Johor (KPRJ) through a housing foundation project for the poor. The flats comprising of 316 units were abandoned for almost 7 years as it did not acquire a Certification of Fitness for Occupation (CFO). However, it will receive an allocation of RM4.8 million by

Peace Out in the Park 1

Johor Bahru City Council (MBJB), Johor Peace Committee (JPC) and South Korean based non-profit, non-governmental organisation ‘Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light’ (HWPL) successfully co-organised the first Johor Peace Carnival at Taman Tasik Merdeka. Joined by more than 600 people, the festival promoted the harmonious culture transcending ethnic and religious difference. Also there in support of the civil movement for promoting peace and ethnic harmony was Tunku Temenggong Johor