Property
Gamuda Land stepping up to the plate
Joseph Wong | 21 Sep 2018 00:30
Preserving nature in its property development projects will continue to be a strong focus for Gamuda Land Sdn Bhd. In fact, it is going the extra mile by retaining greenery beyond the minimum requirement for a development.

Gamuda Land’s latest RM20 bil project, Gamuda Cove in southern Klang Valley, is said to be different from the other projects it has embarked on to date.

One-sixth of the 619ha mixed development township, or 101ha, will be a nature conservation area that preserves the flora and fauna of the wetlands. The bulk of the development consists of residential, commercial, office, healthcare, and educational components.

It is the first time that the developer is engaged in a project of this magnitude, and transforming this huge parcel of leasehold land into what will be a “thriving and happening township” with more than 23,000 residential units.

Gamuda Land project director Aw Sei Cheh says the 101ha will remain as green spaces and water bodies although the developer is required to keep 10% of it green.

“Gamuda Cove is designed as a sustainable smart city amidst nature, with meticulous integration of residential and commercial developments, green spaces and water bodies, facilities and amenities, green transportation and other infrastructure such as 5G connection, and smart vehicle charging stations,” he says.

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