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  • 1. Smart Cities In A Capital City Context – Kuala Lumpur
  • 2. Contents  Kuala Lumpur Structure Plan 2020  Draft Kuala Lumpur City Plan 2020  Transforming and Regenerating Brownfield Sites  Economic Transformation Programme  River of Life
  • 3. Smart Cities 3 Smart Economy Smart Mobility Smart Environment Smart Living Smart Governance Smart People Skilled & Innovative Resilient Green & Sustainable World Bank European Smart Cities
  • 4. Kuala Lumpur Structure Plan 2020 VISION Kuala Lumpur to be a World Class City by 2020 World Class GOVERNANCE World Class WORKING Environment World Class LIVING Environment World Class BUSINESS Environment To create a distinctive city identity and image To have an efficient and effective governance To enhance the city living environment To create an efficient and equitable city structure To enhance the role of Kuala Lumpur as an international commercial and financial centre
  • 5. Strategic Directions 1. Dynamic World Class Business City 2. Connectivity & Accessibility 3. Sustainable Land Use 4. City Living Environment 5. Protecting & Enhancing the Environment 6. Enhancing Green Network & Blue Corridor 7. Distinctive Image & Identity 8. Green Infrastructure Key Initiatives Development Thrusts Draft Kuala Lumpur City Plan 2020
  • 6. Dynamic World Class Business City Strengthening Kuala Lumpur’s Role as a World Class City 1. Enhancing the Premier Financial and Business Precincts 2. Developing A World Class Retail Clusters 3. Promoting International Urban Tourism Accommodating Economic Growth Spatially 1. Sustaining and Enhancing Vitality of Urban Centres 2. Providing Sufficient Commercial Floor Area 3. Modernising and Integrating the Informal Sector 4. Enhancing Industrial Area Creating an Innovative City 1. Encouraging Up- scaling of Existing Economies 2. Encouraging ICT Clusters Through Development Of Cybercities and Cybercentres 3 STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS 9 KEY INITIATIVES
  • 7. Connectivity & Accessibility Building a More Sustainable, Integrated and Environmentally Friendly Transport Infrastructure 1. An integrated Transit Network 2. Extending Urban Rail Network With Regional Network 3. Integrated Transportation Terminal and Park & Ride Facilities 4. Developing Taxi Transformation Plan 5. Establishing Functional Road Hierarchy 6. Giving Priority to Buses 7. Reducing Lorry Traffic on Residential Roads Moving Towards Travel Demand Strategies 1. Dispersing Peak-Period Traffic 2. Reducing SOV and Providing Incentives to Road Users 3. Restraining Traffic within City Centre 4. Managing Car Parking 5. Using ITIS Integrating Developments with Pedestrian Connectivity 1. Providing a Safe and Comfortable Walking Environment for All Groups of Pedestrian Network Users 2. Improving Pedestrian Connectivity and Accessibility at Key Locations 3. Developing Cycling Routes 3 STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS 15 KEY INITIATIVES
  • 8. City Living Environment Meeting the People’s Need for Housing 1. Planning for Growth and Ensuring Adequate Housing Land 2. Providing Wider Mix of Housing Types 3. Encouraging Quality, Well- Designed Affordable Housing at Key Locations 4. Protecting and Upgrading Kuala Lumpur City Hall’s Public Housing 5. Providing Housing for Special Groups Promoting City Living That Will Create a Vibrant and Safe City 1. Encouraging Mixed Use Development within the City Centre 2. Protecting Stable Residential Areas as Established Housing (EH) for the City 3. Retaining Traditional Village and Preserving Their Characters Providing for Quality Living Spaces 1. Distributing Residential Intensities for Sufficient Housing Provision 2. Adopting Safe Community Guidelines 3. Promoting Sustainable Principles of Neighborhood Planning 4. Providing quality and Sufficient Community Facilities 3 STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS 12 KEY INITIATIVES
  • 9. Protecting & Enhancing the Environment Protecting Environmentally Sensitive Areas 1. Preserving Forest and Wildlife Reserves 2. Protecting Hill Land and Hillsides 3. Preserving Lakes and Former Mining Ponds Enhancing River Value and River Water Quality 1. Improving River Water Quality Ensuring Safety and Best Use of Contaminated Sites 1. Regulating Use of Former Landfill Sites 4 STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS 7 KEY INITIATIVES Improving Urban Environmental Quality 1. Managing Noise to Acceptable Level 2. Improving Air Quality
  • 10. Enhancing Green Network & Blue Corridor Comprehensive Green Network for Greener Kuala Lumpur 1. Establishing Interconnected Green Network throughout Kuala Lumpur and Increasing the City’s Green Density 2. Protecting Public Open Spaces and Maintaining Recreational Facilities 3. Securing Land for City’s Green Areas 4. Providing Quality and Functional Recreational Facilities River Corridor as the City’s Waterfront Zone 1. Enforcing A Riverside Corridor Requirement in Development Applications 2. River as a Blue Connectors for the City 2 STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS 6 KEY INITIATIVES
  • 11. Distinctive Image & Identity Enhancing and Strengthening City Character and Identity 1. Promoting Good Urban Design for New Developments and Redevelopments 2. Enhancing Character and Quality of Public Spaces 3. Creating Distinctive Urban Skyline between Centres 4. Encouraging Iconic City Landmarks and Developments A Vibrant City Centre 1. Reinforce Kuala Lumpur’s Structure Into a Coherent and Legible Pattern 2. Defining Kuala Lumpur’s Capital City Function 3. Revitalising Key Areas in City Centre 4. Kampong Bharu Regeneration as a Comprehensive Development Area Conserving Built and Cultural Heritage 1. Protecting Heritage Zones, Sites and Buildings 2. Managing and Monitoring Heritage Zones and Buildings 3. Conserving Significant Traditional Villages and Intangible Heritage Value 3 STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS 11 KEY INITIATIVES
  • 12. Green Infrastructure Providing Infrastructure and Utilities to Support Growth of the City 1. A Coordinated Approach in the Provision of Infrastructure and Utility to Meet Future Requirements 2. Achieving Highest Reliability and Standard in Utility Provision Mitigating Floods and Managing Stormwater 1. Implementing Kuala Lumpur’s Drainage Master Plan 2. Managing Urban Stormwater in A Sustainable Manner Addressing Climate Change by Encouraging Low Carbon Cities Initiatives 1. Promoting Energy Efficient Development and Use of Green Technologies to Reduce City’s Carbon Emission 2. Promoting Rain Water Harvesting, Recycling and Water Savings 3. Reducing Waste 3 STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS 7 KEY INITIATIVES
  • 13. Sustainable Land Use Managing and Guiding Use of Land and Intensity of Development 1. Providing Clear Framework for Future Use of Land and Intensity of Development 2. Regulating Incompatible Land Use and Activities Integrating Transport and Spatial Development 1. Integrating Land Use and Transport 2. Designating Transit Planning Zones 3. Encouraging Mixed Use Developments Transforming and Regenerating Brownfield Sites 1. Regenerating Older Areas and Optimising Use of Previously Developed and Underutilised Land 3 STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS 6 KEY INITIATIVES
  • 14. Transforming and Regenerating Brownfield Sites  Mixed use developments  Planned comprehensively  Good quality urban environment and achieve quality of life  Strong image and identity  Iconic places and attraction of global standing redevelopment sites - 670 ha regeneration sites - 490 ha 22 25
  • 15. Transforming and Regenerating Brownfield Sites  Kampong Bharu  Bandar Malaysia
  • 16. Regeneration of Kampong Bharu  Promoting Growth By Encouraging Innovative Solutions to Land Planning and Development  Driving Redevelopment into Catalytic Activities  Conserving Cultural Values and Built Heritage  Ensuring High Connectivity and Accessibility  Promoting Good Urban Design to Make the Environment More Livable and Attractive  Developing a Green City to Promote Environmental Stewardship Establishment of Kampong Bharu Development Corporation • 124 hectares • 1,381 sub-divided lots • 4,300 registered land owners
  • 17. Bandar Malaysia Note: These are subject to changes pending planning approval
  • 18. Note: These are subject to changes pending planning approval Total Site Area: 498.6 acres | 201.86 hectares Total GFA: 86 mil Sq. ft. | 8.0 mil Sq. m FAR: 4.0 Total Live Population: 138,336 people Total Work Population: 119,295 people Total Population: 257,631 people Land Use Breakdown: Residential: (52%) – 45 mil Sq. ft. Office: (31%) – 26.6 mil Sq. ft. Hotel : (4%) – 3.8 mil Sq. ft. Retail : (6%) – 5.3 mil Sq. ft. Culture: (2%) – 1.4 mil Sq. ft. Others: (5%) – 4.6 mil Sq. ft. Approximately 200 individual plots. DO target: Sep 2014 Developer: 1MDB Bandar Malaysia
  • 19. 12 National Key Economic Areas
  • 20. Greater KL/Klang Valley Area : ~2900 sq km Population in 2010 : 5.7 million 10. MP Sepang 9. Putrajaya 8. MP Ampang Jaya 142 7. MB Shah Alam 528 6. MP Selayang 559 5. MB Petaling Jaya 577 4. MP Subang Jaya 583 3. MP Kajang 743 2. MP Klang 747 1. Kuala Lumpur 1,623 MPKJ MPAJ MPS DBKL MBPJ MPSJ MBSA Putrajaya MP Sepang MPK (,000)
  • 21. Top-20 Cities in Economic Growth and Liveability by 2020 1. Attracting 100 of the world's most dynamic firms within priority sectors 2. Attracting the right mix of internal and external talent 3. Connecting to Singapore via a high speed rail system 4. Building an integrated urban mass rapid transit system 5. Revitalising the Sungai Klang into a heritage and commercial district 6. Greening Greater KL to ensure residents enjoy sufficient green space 7. Creating iconic places and attractions 8. Creating a comprehensive pedestrian network 9. Developing an efficient solid waste management ecosystem Greater Kuala Lumpur / Klang Valley Entry Point Projects
  • 22. River Of Life Objectives
  • 23. River Of Life Objectives
  • 24. River of Life 22 River Cleaning River Beautification Land Development • Clean and improve the 110km stretch along the Sungai Klang basin from current Class III-V to Class IIB by 2020 • Covers the municipal areas of:  Selayang (MPS)  Ampang Jaya (MPAJ)  Kuala Lumpur (DBKL) • River beautification works will be carried out along a 10.7km stretch along the Sungai Klang and Sungai Gombak corridor • Significant landmarks in the area include Dataran Merdeka, Bangunan Sultan Abdul Samad and Masjid Jamek • Cleaning and beautification works will spur economic investments into the areas immediately surrounding the river corridor • Potential government land will be identified and tendered out to private developers through competitive bidding
  • 25.  Aim to clean and improve the water quality of 110km along the Sungai Klang and Sungai Gombak from its current Class III – Class V water quality (not suitable for body- contact) to Class IIB (suitable for body-contact recreational usage) by year 2020.  Department of Irrigation and Drainage Malaysia leads:  26 government agencies and departments across 4 ministries (MFT, MNRE, MEGTW and MUWHLG),  2 states (Selangor and Federal Territory) and;  3 local authorities (DBKL, MPS and MPAJ) 25 River Cleaning
  • 26. Key Initiative Description 1 Upgrade existing sewerage facilities to reduce Sungai Klang pollution 2 Expand existing regional sewage treatment plants to cater for future growth 3 Install wastewater treatment plants at 5 wet markets to reduce rubbish and pollutants 4 Install additional gross pollutant traps to improve the river aesthetics and water quality 5 Utilise retention ponds to remove pollutants from sewage and sullage 6 Relocate squatters to significantly reduce sewage, sullage and rubbish in the Klang river 7 Implement the Drainage and Stormwater Management Master Plan to upgrade drainage systems 8 Systematic hydrological study and rehabilitation of the river are needed for flow control 9 Promote, enforce, and manage river cleanliness and health – erosion from urban development 10 Promote, enforce, and manage river cleanliness and health – restaurants, workshops, and other commercial outlets 11 Promote, enforce, and manage river cleanliness and health – industries that generate wastewater/ effluent 12 Promote, enforce, and manage river cleanliness – general rubbish disposal 13 Intercept and treat sullage water for pollution reduction utilising CSO 13 River Cleaning Key Initiatives Phase 1 : Dec 2010 – Dec 2020  Sewerage projects  Waste water treatment plant projects  Gross pollutant trap projects  Retention pond project  Pre-treatment for food court, wet market, restaurant etc.  Awareness program Phase 2 (12 Packages) : Jan 2014 – Dec 2020  Sewerage projects  Interceptor project  Pre-treatment for food court, wet market, restaurant etc.  Awareness program
  • 27. • To transform the Sungai Kelang and Sungai Gombak into a vibrant and liveable water-front with high economic value through revitalisation of public realm along the rivers. • To provide a consistent design signature, a brand for the city riverfront, in planning, architectural, functional and economic terms. River Beautification
  • 28. Precinct Lokasi 1 Titiwangsa 2 Pekeliling 3 PWTC 4 Sime Darby Loop 5 Dang Wangi 6 Raja Laut 7 Masjid Jamek 8 KL Railway Station 9 Brickfields 10 KL Sentral 11 Seputeh  Along 10.7 km stretch of Sungai Klang and Sungai Gombak  Project time frame: Phase 1 : Design : Jun 2013 – Mar 2013 Construction : Mar 2014 – Dec 2016 Phase 2 (12 Packages) : Design : Jun 2013 – July 2015 Construction : Mar 2015 – June 2017 River Beautification Area
  • 29. River Of Life Master Plan 10.7 km Sungai Kelang & Sungai Gombak
  • 30. River Of Life Phase 1 – Precinct 7
  • 31. Masjid Jamek
  • 32. Bangunan Sultan Abdul Samad
  • 33. Riverside Leboh Pasar BesarSt. Mary Cathedral
  • 34. Thank You nurazizi@dbkl.gov.my

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