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Saturday, May 19, 2012

UEM Land’s Nusajaya wins Fiabci award

KUALA LUMPUR: UEM Land Holdings Bhds Nusajaya development emerged as the winner in the Master Plan Category at the prestigious Fiabci Prix dExcellence Awards 2012.

The award was received by UEM Lands managing director and CEO, Datuk Wan Abdullah Wan Ibrahim, at a presentation ceremony in St Petersburg, Russia, the company said in a statement.

We are honoured with achieving this accolade from a renowned world body like Fiabci for our new regional city Nusajaya. As the master developer of Nusajaya, we are proud that Nusajaya is presented with this international recognition as we continue to push forward and realise its signature and catalytic developments, Wan Abdullah said in a statement.

Aptly, 2012 sets the stage for Nusajaya to achieve its tipping point where the splendour of its diverse signature developments will unfold.

Nusajaya was conceptualised to be a self-sustaining city that was conducive for business, living and leisure, it said.

Its unicity was manifested in the diverse yet complementary signature projects and catalytic developments in seven key sectors government, residential, commercial, industrial, leisure, health & wellness, and education, the statement said.

The Fiabci award recognises projects that best embody excellence in all real estate disciplines involved in their creation.

Winning projects are judged based on a set of criterias which include architecture, development, environmental impact, financials and marketing and are selected by an international panel of real estate professionals and experts.

Last October, Nusajaya was also named the Best Master Plan at the Fiabci Malaysia Property Award 2011.

By The Star

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