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Wednesday, May 30, 2012

IJM Land unveils RM11b township development

From left to right: SME TM executive vice president Azizi A Hadi, TM Selangor vice president Datuk Zaini Maatan, IJM Land Berhad chief executive officer and managing director Datuk Soam Heng Choon and Canal City Construction Sdn Bhd chief operating officer Shuy Eng Leong exchanging documents after the service agreement signing with Telekom Malaysia Berhad (TM) for high speed broadband in Bandar Rimbayu.

PETALING JAYA: IJM Land Bhd has unveiled its newest development the RM11bil Bandar Rimbayu township development which focuses on sustainable lifestyles and strong connectivity elements.

Bandar Rimbayu is a mixed-township spread over 1,879 acres close to Kota Kemuning.

“The Bandar Rimbayu township reflects IJM Land's vision of what townships of the future would look like. The green township concept is in response to the demand from residents of the future who are becoming increasingly concerned about giving back to the earth. Also, homeowners of the future do not just want a house, they want a residence complete with a holistic lifestyle, thus we are offering a carefully planned and designed township that emphasises better quality of life,” said IJM Land managing director and chief executive officer Datuk Soam Heng Choon.

In addition to green living, Soam said the connectivity was also very important for Bandar Rimbayu.

“This connectivity covers the physical where we make it convenient for residents to move around within the township and also beyond,” he said.

In conjunction with the launch of the project, IJM Land has signed a service agreement with Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM) for the provision of high speed broadband (HSBB) infrastructure in Bandar Rimbayu.

“With the collaboration, we will be offering TM's HSBB service, UniFi, to residents of our first phase free of charge for one year,” he said.

Datuk Soam Heng Choon (left) and Shuy Eng Leong presenting the scale model of the Bandar Rimbayu township at the media preview.

Bandar Rimbayu's identity as a green township is further expressed via sustainable use of natural resources and environmental consciousness. Most notably, there will be more than 50,000 trees, palms, shrubs, flowering plants, aquatic plants, herbs and climbers around The Arc and Sales Gallery.

Divided into four precincts, Bandar Rimbayu consists of Flora, a mixed residential area, Fauna, a mixed residential area with amenities including shops and a school, Bayu, a 280-acre high-end waterfront residential development by the lakeside; and the commercial hub, which include a canal, town square and service apartments.

Bandar Rimbayu is targeted for completion within 15 years and will boast about 10,000 residential units. The launch of its maiden product The Chimes, consisting of 526 units of link homes, is targeted for the second half of this year.

By The Star

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