Greater KL and Smart Cities Summit                 Prince Hotel & Residence – February 25th, 2013Affordable housing projec...
The six pillars of “Smart City”        The “Golden Ratio Balance”Smart City definition and the “six dimensions”Malaysian e...
The six pillars of “Smart City”       The “Golden Ratio Balance”                                         EC               ...
The road to …..“Smart City”A city can be defined as ‘smart’ wheninvestments in human and social capital andtraditional (tr...
MALAYSIAN ECONOMY - FACT FILEStable economic growth:      in the last 8 years +/- 5% YoY basisPositive balance of CA:     ...
MALAYSIAN ECONOMY - FACT FILEAccording to the “Global Competitiveness Report 2012-2013”just released by the World Economic...
MALAYSIAN DEMOGRAPHIC - FACT FILE1990 – Working Age (income production) / Pre-working + Retirement Age Ratio = 1.492010 – ...
MALAYSIAN DEMOGRAPHIC - FACT FILE
MALAYSIAN MIGRATION FLOWS - FACT FILE2011: 72.5% of the Malaysian population lives in urban areas
MALAYSIAN MIGRATION FLOWS - FACT FILE   2011: 21,000,000 Malaysians live in urban areas               1% growth every year
MALAYSIAN WEALTH DISTRIBUTION - FACT FILE
MALAYSIAN WEALTH DISTRIBUTION - FACT FILE                                         20%                                     ...
MALAYSIAN WEALTH DISTRIBUTION - FACT FILE                                         20%                                     ...
MALAYSIAN WEALTH DISTRIBUTION - FACT FILE              Malaysian average per capita income (2011)                        R...
MALAYSIAN HOUSING TREND CHALLENGE                           Budget 2013… the Government will allocate RM1.9 billion to bui...
MALAYSIAN HOUSING TREND CHALLENGE Klang Valley from 100 mi of height    Hong Kong from 100 mi of heightKlang Valley: 7,800...
MALAYSIAN HOUSING TREND CHALLENGE Identification of suitable areasInfrastructure must be provided toease the mobility towa...
MALAYSIAN HOUSING TREND CHALLENGE               Affordable Must be VerticalGovernment, developers and NGOs have the duty t...
Thank youFor questions please email to: daniele.g@reigroup.com.my    info@reigroup.com.my
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Greater KL & Smart Cities Summit: Affordable housing projects as part of a Smart City Platform - ASLI Talks & Forums, Feb 2013

  1. 1. Greater KL and Smart Cities Summit Prince Hotel & Residence – February 25th, 2013Affordable housing projects as part of a Smart City Platform Connecting the dots between economic - demographic trends and housing projects affordability REI Group of Companies Presentation by Dr. Daniele Gambero
  2. 2. The six pillars of “Smart City” The “Golden Ratio Balance”Smart City definition and the “six dimensions”Malaysian economic performanceMalaysian demographic indicatorsUrban versus rural – The current flowMalaysian Wealth distributionVertical or horizontal? Future challenges
  3. 3. The six pillars of “Smart City” The “Golden Ratio Balance” EC I TY O IL N B O O MENV M Y E PEOPLE NC IRO NA NM VER ENT GO LIVING
  4. 4. The road to …..“Smart City”A city can be defined as ‘smart’ wheninvestments in human and social capital andtraditional (transport) and modern (ICT)communication infrastructure fuel sustainableeconomic development and a high quality oflife, with a wise management of naturalresources, through participatory action andengagement.
  5. 5. MALAYSIAN ECONOMY - FACT FILEStable economic growth: in the last 8 years +/- 5% YoY basisPositive balance of CA: ranked 19th out of 192 CountriesGovernment debt to GDP: still to be improved but only at 52%Controlled unemployment: unemployment kept below 4% for past 10 yearsHigh consumer confidence: index above 110 for the past 7 yearsControlled inflation rate: CPI below 3% for the past 10 years
  6. 6. MALAYSIAN ECONOMY - FACT FILEAccording to the “Global Competitiveness Report 2012-2013”just released by the World Economic Forum, Malaysia isranked in a transition stage from efficiency driven economy toinnovation driven economy.The Global Competitiveness Index 2012-13 sees Malaysiaranking 25th out of 144 Countries.Within SEA Countries Malaysia is second after Singapore (2)
  7. 7. MALAYSIAN DEMOGRAPHIC - FACT FILE1990 – Working Age (income production) / Pre-working + Retirement Age Ratio = 1.492010 – Working Age (income production) / Pre-working + Retirement Age Ratio = 1.202050 – Working Age (income production) / Pre-working + Retirement Age Ratio = 1.46
  8. 8. MALAYSIAN DEMOGRAPHIC - FACT FILE
  9. 9. MALAYSIAN MIGRATION FLOWS - FACT FILE2011: 72.5% of the Malaysian population lives in urban areas
  10. 10. MALAYSIAN MIGRATION FLOWS - FACT FILE 2011: 21,000,000 Malaysians live in urban areas 1% growth every year
  11. 11. MALAYSIAN WEALTH DISTRIBUTION - FACT FILE
  12. 12. MALAYSIAN WEALTH DISTRIBUTION - FACT FILE 20% 20% 20%1984: 60% of the Malaysian population shared 42.50% of the Nation Wealth
  13. 13. MALAYSIAN WEALTH DISTRIBUTION - FACT FILE 20% 20% 20%2012: 60% of the Malaysian population shared 54.02% of the Nation Wealth
  14. 14. MALAYSIAN WEALTH DISTRIBUTION - FACT FILE Malaysian average per capita income (2011) RM3,000 (per month) Or RM6,000 per month per household An average family (aged 25 to 35) will afford to buy a property priced between RM350,000 and RM450,000
  15. 15. MALAYSIAN HOUSING TREND CHALLENGE Budget 2013… the Government will allocate RM1.9 billion to build 123,000 affordableunits (houses)…. The initiative will be implemented by PR1MA…… RM500 million will be spent by PR1MA to built 80,000 houses in majorlocation nationwide with selling price ranging between RM100,000 andRM400,000 per unit.… PR1MA will provide the Housing Facilitation Fund RM500 million tobuilt houses in collaboration with private housing developers…. Houseprice 20% below market….……….With the Budget 2013 the Government has promised the delivery of 269,164 new houses… with values ranging between RM30,000 to RM400,000 (Affordable)
  16. 16. MALAYSIAN HOUSING TREND CHALLENGE Klang Valley from 100 mi of height Hong Kong from 100 mi of heightKlang Valley: 7,800,000 population Hong Kong: 7,200,000 population The future of Malaysian Smart Cities is vertical
  17. 17. MALAYSIAN HOUSING TREND CHALLENGE Identification of suitable areasInfrastructure must be provided toease the mobility towards workingareasRound table with GovernmentAgencies to define theframework/platform of cooperationand related rules of engagement
  18. 18. MALAYSIAN HOUSING TREND CHALLENGE Affordable Must be VerticalGovernment, developers and NGOs have the duty to createa new “Vertical” culture.Government MUST revise existing guide-lines, facilitate andsubsidize Affordable projects with higher density through thefull application of the GBI parameters and rulesNew laws platform has to be defined to define frameworkand guidelines for the technical realization of the above
  19. 19. Thank youFor questions please email to: daniele.g@reigroup.com.my info@reigroup.com.my

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