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  • 1. National Key Economic Area:Greater Kuala Lumpur / Klang ValleyDato’ Ahmad Suhaili IdrusDirector, Greater Kuala Lumpur / Klang Valley
  • 2. NKEA Greater KL / KV Overview Incremental GNI (2020) RM billions Oil, Gas & 131 Energy Palm Oil & 125 Rubber Financial 121 Services Wholesale & 108 Retail Touris 67 m Business 59 Services E& 53 E C 36 CI Healthcar 35 e Educatio 34 n Agricultur 29 e Greater 394 KL/KV 11 Other NKEA GNI impact that directly contributes to Greater KL/KV’s GNI 1
  • 3. Table of Contents• Overview of Greater KL/KV• EPP#1: MNC Attraction InvestKL• EPP#2: Talent Attraction Talent Corporation• EPP#3: High Speed Rail Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD)• EPP#4: Mass Rapid Transit MRT Corporation• EPP#5: River of Life KL City Town Hall (DBKL)• EPP#6: Greener Kuala Lumpur KL City Town Hall (DBKL)• EPP#7: Iconic Places KL City Town Hall (DBKL)• EPP#8: Pedestrian Walkway KL City Town Hall (DBKL)• EPP#9: Solid Waste Management National Solid Waste Management Department (JPSPN)• BO#1: Vitalizing Putrajaya Putrajaya Corporation• BO#3: Sewerage Non-River Sewerage Services Department (JPP) 2
  • 4. Greater KL/KV’s aspiration: 20-20 by 2020 Top 20 Top 20 most livable cities in the world & economic city in the world2010 population: 5.7 millionArea: 2900 sq km 3
  • 5. URBANISATION IS A DRIVER FOR GNI GROWTH As countries like Malaysia transition into a service-based economy, large andurbanised cities become more critical, with their concentration of infrastructure, talent and economic inter-relationships that support the economic transformation. 4
  • 6. 10 INITIATIVES WERE PRIORITISED AND 5 WITH HIGHEST POTENTIAL GNI IMPACT SELECTED CATEGORY DESCRIPTION Greater KL • Attract 100 world’s top MNCs1 as a magnet • Attract high-skilled immigration2 Greater KL • Connect to Singapore with High-Speed Rail connect • Build MRT: An integrated urban rail system • Rejuvenate the River of Life Greater KL3 new places • Create a greener KL • Establish iconic places Greater KL • Pedestrian network4 enhanced services • Solid Waste Management • Basic services: Water, sewerage and electricity 5
  • 7. NKEA Greater KL / KV Impact to GNI by 2020 2020 GNI contribution 258.0 652.4 RM billions 198.6 394.4 30.2 5.7 0.2 195.8 159.7 Magnet Connect New Enhanced Total EPPs Other1 Total GNI 2009 GNI 2020 GNI Places services Impact1 Other NKEA GNI impact (including baseline growth, business opportunities and multiplier impacts)that directly contributes to Greater KL/KV’s GNI 6
  • 8. Table of Contents• Overview of Greater KL/KV• EPP#1: MNC Attraction InvestKL• EPP#2: Talent Attraction Talent Corporation• EPP#3: High Speed Rail Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD)• EPP#4: Mass Rapid Transit MRT Corporation• EPP#5: River of Life KL City Town Hall (DBKL)• EPP#6: Greener Kuala Lumpur KL City Town Hall (DBKL)• EPP#7: Iconic Places KL City Town Hall (DBKL)• EPP#8: Pedestrian Walkway KL City Town Hall (DBKL)• EPP#9: Solid Waste Management National Solid Waste Management Department (JPSPN)• BO#1: Vitalizing Putrajaya Putrajaya Corporation• BO#3: Sewerage Non-River Sewerage Services Department (JPP) 7
  • 9. EPP 1: MNC ATTRACTIONVISION: Attract 100 MNCs to establish regional HQ in Greater KL CURRENT SITUATION IDENTIFIED PROBLEMS ▪ There are currently ~1,600 foreign ▪ Lack of focus on “anchor tenants” (i.e. major MNCs), which generate large GNI and companies in Greater KL – this lags employment impact behind Singapore (~6,100) and ▪ No agency focused on specifically promoting Shanghai (~17,000) Greater KL ▪ Value proposition lags behind Singapore and Hong Kong in attracting MNCs PROPOSED SOLUTIONS AND BIG IDEAS Estimated incremental annual GNI impact in 2020 ▪ Deliver the most competitive incentive package to attract MNC HQ Main drivers: ▪ Set up Invest KL to focus on attracting MNCs HQ to Greater KL, and facilitate the approval and relocation RM ▪ Revenue and employment process ~40 bln generated by MNCs, which ▪ Fully leverage Greater KL’s other initiatives to establish regional HQ and communicate an integrated Greater KL value operations in GKL proposition to potential targets
  • 10. 2011 HIGHLIGHTSNEW INITIATIVES BY InvestKL TO ENHANCE MALAYSIA’S POSITION IN MNC ATTRACTION Invest KL Key Enablers Sector Intellectual Incentives Talent Program Liberalization Property Cohesive Incentive Budget 2012 announced Working with Talent Corp IP blueprint, consisting of Blueprint for Malaysia – a by the PM included to define and implement all elements of IP comprehensive ‘menu’ of liberalization of 17 a program to position protection, is being existing incentives and subsectors. Malaysia as a Regional drafted. qualifying criteria. Talent Centre (Malaysia’s Subsector liberalization Talent Blueprint) will have a significant impact on MNC attraction (i.e. Engineering subsector – registration of foreign engineers).
  • 11. 2011 PERFORMANCE 2011 Targets Achieved 6 471 Employment MNCs Secured GeneratedInvestKL’s success in attracting 6 MNCs in 2011 has been a combination of: • Incentives: Identified applicable incentives based on qualifying services. • Talent: Talent ‘incentives’ through Talent Database and Talent Up Scaling Training grants. 10
  • 12. Table of Contents• Overview of Greater KL/KV• EPP#1: MNC Attraction InvestKL• EPP#2: Talent Attraction Talent Corporation• EPP#3: High Speed Rail Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD)• EPP#4: Mass Rapid Transit MRT Corporation• EPP#5: River of Life KL City Town Hall (DBKL)• EPP#6: Greener Kuala Lumpur KL City Town Hall (DBKL)• EPP#7: Iconic Places KL City Town Hall (DBKL)• EPP#8: Pedestrian Walkway KL City Town Hall (DBKL)• EPP#9: Solid Waste Management National Solid Waste Management Department (JPSPN)• BO#1: Vitalizing Putrajaya Putrajaya Corporation• BO#3: Sewerage Non-River Sewerage Services Department (JPP) 11
  • 13. EPP 2: TALENT ATTRACTIONMISSION: To do what it takes to meet the talent needs of Malaysias economic transformation 12
  • 14. 2011 HIGHLIGHTS Areas of Focus in 2011 Based on Needs Malaysian Malaysians in Foreigners in Foreigners abroad diaspora Malaysia Malaysia • Leaders • Opportunity seekers Insight into • Professionals within • Mid-career professional from devd countries • MNC leaderstalent issues NKEA sectors network • Foreign professionals in • Experience seekers from • Gen Y Malaysia emerging countries 1 3 Scholarship Mgmt 6 Immigration Policy Returning Expert (Permanent Resident, Residence Pass & initiatives Programme Employment Permit) 2 4 Up-skilling 7 Promotion of Msia as work destination Public- Networking and Private Outreach 5 Leadership Devt.Partnership 8 NKEA Sectoral Working Groups 13
  • 15. EPP 2: TALENT ATTRACTIONWhat did we do to achieve the target?• TalentCorp was set up in December 2010• Detailed talent attraction programmes were identified to enable and facilitate foreignimmigration and domestic migration and the return of members of the MalaysianDiaspora.• TalentCorp also reached out to JPA scholars from abroad and from local institutions forthe Talent Acceleration in Public Service (TAPS) and Scholarship Talent Attraction andRetention (STAR) Programmes.How we did it?• Developing immigration policy measures to facilitate entry and retention of foreigntalent - Residence Pass (RP) - Employment Permit (EP) 14
  • 16. Table of Contents• Overview of Greater KL/KV• EPP#1: MNC Attraction InvestKL• EPP#2: Talent Attraction Talent Corporation• EPP#3: High Speed Rail Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD)• EPP#4: Mass Rapid Transit MRT Corporation• EPP#5: River of Life KL City Town Hall (DBKL)• EPP#6: Greener Kuala Lumpur KL City Town Hall (DBKL)• EPP#7: Iconic Places KL City Town Hall (DBKL)• EPP#8: Pedestrian Walkway KL City Town Hall (DBKL)• EPP#9: Solid Waste Management National Solid Waste Management Department (JPSPN)• BO#1: Vitalizing Putrajaya Putrajaya Corporation• BO#3: Sewerage Non-River Sewerage Services Department (JPP) 15
  • 17. EPP 3: HIGH SPEED RAILA HIGH SPEED RAIL SYSTEM COULD PROVIDE BOTH NON-STOP SERVICESFROM KL TO SINGAPORE AS WELL AS INTERCITY SERVICES… To Bangkok, China Phase 2 and beyond Average speeds of ▪ Greater KL to P. Pinang 350 to 450 kmph Pulau Pinang ▪ P. Pinang to Bangkok and China Ipoh Potentially reducing travel KL City Centre Phase 1 time by 2 – 2½ Kuala Lumpur International Airport hours compared to ▪ Greater KL to Singapore fastest alternative Seremban ▪ Potential intercity stops in N. Sembilan, Melaka and making daily travel Ayer Keroh, Melaka Johor between KL and Singapore possible Muar Batu Pahat Iskandar Region Johor Bahru Singapore 16
  • 18. 2011 PERFORMANCE• Detailed Feasibility Study is expected to complete in Q3 2012.• Land acquisition across four states and managing SingaporeGovernment expectations from this project will be a challenge. The Greater KL – Singapore route is within the ‘sweet KL spot’ for high speed rail travel between 300 and 500 km SINGAPORE 17
  • 19. Table of Contents• Overview of Greater KL/KV• EPP#1: MNC Attraction InvestKL• EPP#2: Talent Attraction Talent Corporation• EPP#3: High Speed Rail Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD)• EPP#4: Mass Rapid Transit MRT Corporation• EPP#5: River of Life KL City Town Hall (DBKL)• EPP#6: Greener Kuala Lumpur KL City Town Hall (DBKL)• EPP#7: Iconic Places KL City Town Hall (DBKL)• EPP#8: Pedestrian Walkway KL City Town Hall (DBKL)• EPP#9: Solid Waste Management National Solid Waste Management Department (JPSPN)• BO#1: Vitalizing Putrajaya Putrajaya Corporation• BO#3: Sewerage Non-River Sewerage Services Department (JPP) 18
  • 20. EPP 4: MASS RAPID TRANSIT Greater KL/KV will be congested by 2020 Significant increase in rail capacity will be required to support a 50% public transport modal share by 2020 19
  • 21. EPP 4: MASS RAPID TRANSITTHE MRT PROJECT WILL CONTRIBUTE GREATER KL’S GNI ASPIRATIONSWITH MASSIVE SPILLOVER IMPACTS Direct contribution Total effect including spillover 130,000 RM 3 - 4 billion p.a. RM 8 - 12 billionLargest from 2.5 – 3.5 x Employment created Direct GNI contributioninfrastructure multiplier impact from during construction from construction andproject in Malaysia operations from 2011 to construction 2020 1.2 million RM 0.3 billion p.a.Appreciation of sq ft of commercial increase in grossproperty value and residential development value development 280 million RM 23.7 billion p.a.Unleashingproductivity Annually person In time savings hours saved in workerof workers productivity Incremental GNI Impact RM 24 bln p.a. In 2020 20
  • 22. 2011 HIGHLIGHTS Line Features: Length: 51km; 9.5 Underground, 41.5 Elevated Stations: 8 Underground, 27 Elevated 4 Interchange: Sungai Buloh (KTM Komuter) Stations Pasar Seni (Kelana Jaya LRT) Maluri (Ampang LRT) Kajang (KTM Komuter) Park and Ride: 13 Stations Travel time End to End: 90 mins Catchment: 1.2million people• Constructions began : July 2011• Expected Completion of Project : 2017 Daily ridership (2020): 400 000 people 21
  • 23. Table of Contents• Overview of Greater KL/KV• EPP#1: MNC Attraction InvestKL• EPP#2: Talent Attraction Talent Corporation• EPP#3: High Speed Rail Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD)• EPP#4: Mass Rapid Transit MRT Corporation• EPP#5: River of Life KL City Town Hall (DBKL)• EPP#6: Greener Kuala Lumpur KL City Town Hall (DBKL)• EPP#7: Iconic Places KL City Town Hall (DBKL)• EPP#8: Pedestrian Walkway KL City Town Hall (DBKL)• EPP#9: Solid Waste Management National Solid Waste Management Department (JPSPN)• BO#1: Vitalizing Putrajaya Putrajaya Corporation• BO#3: Sewerage Non-River Sewerage Services Department (JPP) 22
  • 24. EPP 5: RIVER OF LIFETransforming Klang River into a vibrant and liveable waterfrontwith high economic value River River River Cleaning Beautification Development • Clean and improve the • Masterplanning and •Cleaning and beautification 110km stretch along the beautification works will be works will spur economic Klang River basin from carried out along a 10.7km investments into the areas current Class III-V to Class stretch along the Klang and immediately surrounding the IIB by 2020 Gombak river corridor river corridor •Covers the municipal areas •Significant landmarks in the •Potential government land of: area include Dataran will be identified and -Selayang (MPS) Merdeka, Bangunan Sultan tendered out to private -Ampang Jaya (MPAJ) Abdul Samad and Masjid developers through -Kuala Lumpur (DBKL) Jamek competitive bidding 23
  • 25. 2011 HIGHLIGHTSRiver Cleaning Projects Status of all River Cleaning Projects (2011) 24
  • 26. 2011 HIGHLIGHTSRiver Beautification Activity River of Life International Masterplanning Competition The Prime Minister of Malaysia viewing the participants’ masterplans Winning Masterplan by AECOM 25
  • 27. Table of Contents• Overview of Greater KL/KV• EPP#1: MNC Attraction InvestKL• EPP#2: Talent Attraction Talent Corporation• EPP#3: High Speed Rail Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD)• EPP#4: Mass Rapid Transit MRT Corporation• EPP#5: River of Life KL City Town Hall (DBKL)• EPP#6: Greener Kuala Lumpur KL City Town Hall (DBKL)• EPP#7: Iconic Places KL City Town Hall (DBKL)• EPP#8: Pedestrian Walkway KL City Town Hall (DBKL)• EPP#9: Solid Waste Management National Solid Waste Management Department (JPSPN)• BO#3: Sewerage Non-River Sewerage Services Department (JPP)• Summary 26
  • 28. EPP 6: GREENER KUALA LUMPUR Increase green density ▪ Increase density of existing green space ▪ Green rooftops of existing buildings ▪ Build “vertical garden”, where trees and plants are in vertical landscape to reduce Promote green space occupation Interconnecting redevelopment parks and increasing park usage▪ Design “green ▪ Connect multiple parks development1” for major with green trails to redevelopments create “one park”▪ Redevelop government ▪ Designate and land into green areas promote park space▪ Incentivize and reclaim key for public events (e.g., spots for green concert, performances) development▪ Ensure privatized land from UKAS adheres the “green development” design 27
  • 29. 2011 HIGHLIGHTSInitiative Activity 2011 Impact • Planting of large ▪ Total trees planted in Kuala shaded trees Lumpur is 31,447 trees1 Increase green1 density • Large trees are of ▪ Potential shaded areas by diameter of more than the large trees amounts to 2 inches to ensure more than 700,000 sq feet sustainability Trees Planted in Air Panas Alstonia Angustifolia Diameter: 5cm-8cm Jalan Yaacob Latif, Cheras 28
  • 30. Table of Contents• Overview of Greater KL/KV• EPP#1: MNC Attraction InvestKL• EPP#2: Talent Attraction Talent Corporation• EPP#3: High Speed Rail Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD)• EPP#4: Mass Rapid Transit MRT Corporation• EPP#5: River of Life KL City Town Hall (DBKL)• EPP#6: Greener Kuala Lumpur KL City Town Hall (DBKL)• EPP#7: Iconic Places KL City Town Hall (DBKL)• EPP#8: Pedestrian Walkway KL City Town Hall (DBKL)• EPP#9: Solid Waste Management National Solid Waste Management Department (JPSPN)• BO#1: Vitalizing Putrajaya Putrajaya Corporation• BO#3: Sewerage Non-River Sewerage Services Department (JPP) 31
  • 31. EPP 8: PEDESTRIAN WALKWAYKL’s pedestrian network needs significant improvement Proposed pedestrian network Towards a comprehensive pedestrian network Priority walkways ~2km ▪ Phase 1 (Berjaya Time Square to Pavilion) ▪ Phase 2a (Jalan Perak / Pavilion to Crowne Plaza, to be approved) ▪ Phase 2b (Jalan P. Ramlee / Jalan Sultan Ismail to Jalan Pinang, to be approved) Comprehensive Plan ~42km ▪ Major spine (~3km) ▪ Primary route (~14km) – High pedestrian traffic between major Comprehensive plan / Long term locations and transit nodes Major Spine – ~3-5 years to complete construction Primary Route Secondary Route (1st Wave) ▪ Secondary route Secondary Route (2nd Wave) Riverfront Walkway Priority walkway (length, construction period) – First wave (~9km) Heritage Trail Pedestrian Priority Zone2 DBKL (~2 km, Oct-Sep 2011) SPNB (~2 km, Jun-Dec 2010) – Second wave (~16km) LRT Stations Petronas (~0.5 km, Apr-Feb 2011) 32
  • 32. 2011 HIGHLIGHTSActivity 2011 ImpactUpgrade 4 km of 4 km of Pedestrian NetworkPedestrian Network to upgraded to Safe City ConceptSafe City Concept Green barrier and improved walkway opposite Menara DBKL 1 33
  • 33. 2011 HIGHLIGHTSActivity 2011 ImpactUpgrade 6 km of 6 km of Pedestrian NetworkPedestrian Network to upgraded to Barrier FreeBarrier Free Concept ConceptLamp post, traffic lights and signages have beenremoved/shifted, with green space set out infront of RHB Bank 34
  • 34. NKEA GKL/KV – Opportunities for the Construction Sector Direct Construction Opportunities Construction / Job Opportunities from EPPs within GKL/KV Connectivity • MRT and High Speed Rail – Many work packages available New Areas / Re-generation of Existing Areas • River of Life – the cleaning, beautification and development processes come in many work packages • Iconic places – new buildings/development earmarked as tourist attraction for example Malaysia Truly Asia Centre, Warisan Merdeka Building • New development townships – Pudu Jail redevelopment, Bandar Malaysia, RRI Sg Buloh, KLIFD • Preservation of heritage buildings/sites – requires specialised construction works Basic Services • Solid Waste Management, Water Services and Sewerage Service – construction of new plants, increase and improve services network/pipelines • Infrastructure – roads, bridges, flyovers/interchange 35
  • 35. NKEA GKL/KV – Opportunities for the Construction Sector Indirect Construction Opportunities Other than direct construction opportunities, EPPs will spur growth in property development which brings about construction job opportunities Connectivity • MRT and High Speed Rail - development /re-generation of buildings within the surrounding areas and along the rail corridors New Areas / Re-generation of Existing Areas • River of Life – once river is cleaned and beautified, more development projects will be inevitable as these prime lands are set for high-end properties • Iconic places – boost tourism industry hence increase demand for hotels/budget accommodation, arts and culture centres, preservation of heritage buildings etc. Attractions • MNC Attraction – Large Corporations/Multi-National Companies’ relocation • Talent Attraction – Human capital growth ) 36
  • 36. Major Concerns Relating to the Construction Industry With construction being the Enabler for other economic sectors, the areas of concern are: Manpower requirements • Are we training enough professionals / skilled workers to fulfill the construction needs in the future? R&D and Latest Construction Know-How • Is the industry doing enough to promote innovative ideas / methods? Environmental concerns • Construction is one of the largest contributors to CO2 emissions. Is green technology adequately applied to promote sustainability and address concerns like availability of raw materials and resources in the future? • Recycling of C&D waste in itself generates new business opportunities for this sector. 37
  • 37. THANK YOU 38