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“Iskandar Malaysia: Current Progress and Future
Directions”
Content
• Introducing Iskandar Malaysia
• Roles & Responsibilities of IRDA
• Achievement Highlights
• Latest Progress Deve...
Formation of 5 Economic Corridors
Changi Airport
Senai Airport
Central Business
District Singapore
Central Business District
– Johor Bahru:
Jurong
Port
Port...
2,217 sq km
Projected Growth 2006 to 2025
JB CITY CENTRE
NUSAJAYA
WESTERN GATE DEV
EASTERN GATE DEV
SENAI - SKUDAI
Indicat...
The Main
Pillars
Support
System
Basic
Foundation
“Strong, Diversified, Dynamic and Global”
Electrical &
Electronics
Petro
...
EducationTourism
Healthcare Creative
Oleo- & Petro-chemicals
Services
Manufacturing
9 Focus Economic Sectors
Electrical & ...
JB CITY CENTRE
NUSAJAYA
WESTERN GATE DEV
EASTERN GATE DEV
SENAI - SKUDAI
E
A
B
C
D
Identified Economic Clusters in 5 Flags...
JB CITY CENTRE
NUSAJAYA
WESTERN GATE DEV
EASTERN GATE DEV
SENAI - SKUDAI
E
A
B
C
D
Key Players in 5 Flagships
1. Senai Air...
Presentation Outline
• Introducing Iskandar Malaysia
• Roles & Responsibilities of IRDA
• Achievement Highlights
• Latest ...
Who are we?
IRDA Act 2007 (Act 664) empowers IRDA to
Plan, Promote and Facilitate the development in the region
Collaborat...
Governance Structure
Roles and Responsibilities
 Master Planning (inclusive of Social Planning)
 Economic Planning Clusters
 Recommend polic...
Presentation Outline
• Introducing Iskandar Malaysia
• Roles & Responsibilities of IRDA
• Achievement Highlights
• Latest ...
Jalan Kolam Ayer
Upgrading
28th April 2010
Yahya Awal
Interchange
28th Oct 2010
Ulu Tiram
Interchange
18th March
2011
Skud...
Aug
Marlborough
College
Committed investment & completion of Education Projects
UniKL
December
September
Masterskill
Newca...
Columbia Asia
2010
2009
Regency
Sept 2012
17
Healthcare & Biotechnology Related Development
Econ Medicare
Centre - 200-bed...
Pilot Project:
Digital COE Setup
Jan-Dec
Official Launch of
FIMI Guideline
Feb
ICON apps Boot
Camp
Mar-Dec
IM Creative Ind...
Commence
Motorsports City
Q3
Opening Traders
Hotel
April
2013 2014 - 2015
3RD Theme
Park 2014
Commence
China Mall
Q4
Openi...
Opening Traders
Hotel
April
Iskandar Malaysia Comes Alive 2012
Johor Bahru
Chingay Parade
2012
Feb 2012
Mar 2012
IM Corrid...
Presentation Outline
• Introducing Iskandar Malaysia
• Roles & Responsibilities of IRDA
• Achievement Highlights
• Latest ...
Development in Progress – Flagship A
Johor Bahru City Centre
A
JB TRANSFORMATION JB TRANSFORMATION
Development in Progress – Flagship A
Johor Bahru City Centre
TROPICANA DIJAYA
SENIBONG COVE
SP SETIA SKY 88
A
Development in Progress – Flagship A
Johor Bahru City Centre
A
TROPEZ RESIDENCES
SOUTHKEY THOMSON HOSPITAL
JOHOR STATE GOVT OFFICE – KOTA ISKANDAR
B
Developments in Flagship B
CIQ PUTERI HARBOURPUTERI HARBOUR
B
Developments in Flagship B – Puteri Harbour
HELLO KITTY INDOOR THEME PARK
LITTLE RED CUBE SHOPPING MALL TRADERS HOTEL & ...
LEGOLAND HOTEL
B
LEGOLAND – 1st IN ASIA
MALL OF MEDINI MEDINI CENTRAL
Developments in Flagship B – Legoland &
Medini
LEDANG HEIGHTS
EAST LEDANG
B
Developments in Flagship B – Horizon Hills
HORIZON HILLS
B
Developments in Flagship B - Educity
MARLBOROUGH COLLEGENEWCASTLE UNIVERSITY
RAFFLES UNIVERSITY NETHERLAND MARITIME INST...
B
Developments in Flagship B - EduCity
STADIUM & SPORTS COMPLEX
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT VILLAGESOUTHAMPTON UNIVERSITY
MULTI ...
PINEWOOD ISKANDAR MALAYSIA STUDIOS
B
Developments in Flagship B - Pinewood IM Studios
New Development in Flagship B
Gerbang Nusajaya & Sunway Iskandar
CHINA MALL
B
GLENEAGLES PRIVATE HOSPITAL
FAST TRACK MOTOR...
Development in Progress – Flagship C
Port of Tanjung Pelepas
TG BIN COAL FIRE POWER PLANT TANJUNG PELEPAS PORT
C
RAMSAR PULAU KUKUP ECO TOURISM
PULAU KUKUP ECO TOURISM
C
Development in Progress – Flagship C
Eco-Tourism
Development in Progress – Flagship D
City of Knowledge
EXCELSIOR INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
D
PEGASUS INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
UNIVE...
Development in Progress – Flagship D
City of Knowledge
UNIVERSITI KUALA LUMPUR
ASIA METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITY
MARA JUNIOR SC...
Development in Progress – Flagship D
TANJUNG LANGSAT TERMINAL
D
TANJUNG LANGSAT INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX
BAHRU STAINLESS – JV AC...
Development in Progress – Flagship E
I-PARK@ INDAHPURA THE SENAI GARDEN
E
E
JOHOR PREMIUM OUTLETS
Development in Progress – Flagship E
Johor Premium Outlets
Private chartered
planes
EDevelopment in Flagship E – Senai Airport
NANO MALAYSIA CENTER
SENAI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
SENAI...
Presentation Outline
• Introducing Iskandar Malaysia
• Roles & Responsibilities of IRDA
• Achievement Highlights
• Latest ...
Planning & Building
the Foundation
Sustain &
Innovate
Phase 1
Phase 3
2007 - 2009 2010 - 2015 2016 - 2025
Development
Stre...
* Others : Utilities,EmergingTech,Tourism,Education,Healthcare,Creative,Financial,Logistics,Retail,Industrial.
5.50
11.90
...
Properties
(Residential) 27.3
Retail 8.25
Industrial 4.87
Emerging Tech 1.03
Government 8.31
Utilities 9.53
Manufacturing
...
Source: IRDA, Khazanah, IIB , MIDA as at Dec 2012 & corporate announcements
0.0
20.0
40.0
60.0
80.0
100.0
120.0
2008 2009 ...
Source: IRDA, Khazanah, IIB corporate announcements & MIDA Dec 2012 Report
SECTOR
Cumulative Realised
Dec 2012 (RM Bil)
Cu...
TOP 10 Foreign Investors
in ISKANDAR MALAYSIA
Source: MIDA Dec 2012 Report
Countries RM billion
Singapore 6.32
Spain 4.20
...
Investment Focus – Moving forward
Services Sector focus:
• Healthcare
• Education
• Tourism
• Creative
• Logistics
• Finan...
Presentation Outline
• Introducing Iskandar Malaysia
• Roles & Responsibilities of IRDA
• Achievement Highlights
• Latest ...
5.1. Performance to date
Valuation of property on which development have been approved for
the year 2012
PROJECTED NEW ASSESSMENT TAX
RM 1,413,822....
Value Proposition
5
 3 world-class ports,1 international airport and 2 additional ports + an international
airport in Sin...
ISKANDAR REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
IRDA Headquarters
Iskandar Regional Development
Authority (IRDA)
#G-01, Block 8
Da...
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  • Like Hong kong & Shenzhen, Iskandar Malaysia are very well connected to Singapore. It’s likes seamless connectivity between 2 cities.
  • 3 key points to cover here:Overview of Iskandar MalaysiaTouch on Nusajaya being a greenfield hence a lot more opportunities for investors to partake inSingapore factor – proximity, connectivity via air, sea and landSuggested points:Iskandar Malaysia has 5 flagship zones. Each of the five flagships has its own set of priorities and unique strategies to attract investments.These five flagships are key focus catalyst areas for the development of Iskandar Malaysia.Out of these 5 flagship zones, only zone B (Nusajaya) is a “green field” development while the remaining 4 are “brown field” areas.The focus on the development of the 5 flagship zones will create a “spill over” effect to the surrounding areas in Iskandar Malaysia.Natural ring road to link Singapore and Iskandar Malaysia.This map shows the excellent land, air and sea connectivity of our projects.Within an hour, there are two airports i.e. Senai and Changi, serving the area.There are four sea ports within 10 to 50 mins away.The development is also well-connected by land, with two bridges connecting Singapore.IM is not created to compete with Singapore, but to complement.Some 55% of tourist arrivals to M’sia, comes through Singapore.1. PSAPSA Singapore Terminals is the world's busiest transshipment hub, handling about one-fifth of the world's total container transshipment throughput.In 2008, PSA Singapore Terminals handled 29.0 million twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUS) of containers2. Jurong PortThe Port handles containers and a variety of cargo including different types of bulk, break-bulk, palletized and project cargo.3. PTPPort of Tanjung Pelepas is Malaysia's largest container port. The port is now budgeting for a 9% growth to 6.1 million TEU for this year.4. PTLPort of Tanjung Langsat’s principal objective is to serve the 4,000 acres of adjacent industrial land. It is capable of handling vessels up to 5,000 DWT and 30,000 DWT
  • To elevate the economy of the region 9 sectors have been identified in the Comprehensive development plan to thrust the economy forward into the 21st century3 are in the manufacturing sector which have been well established and will continue to be reinforced and moved up the value chain6 are in the services sector and will be the driving force to elevate income levels in line with the governments Economic Transformation Plan to turn Malaysia into a high income nation.
  • 3 key points to cover here:Overview of Iskandar MalaysiaTouch on Nusajaya being a greenfield hence a lot more opportunities for investors to partake inSingapore factor – proximity, connectivity via air, sea and landSuggested points:Iskandar Malaysia has 5 flagship zones. Each of the five flagships has its own set of priorities and unique strategies to attract investments.These five flagships are key focus catalyst areas for the development of Iskandar Malaysia.Out of these 5 flagship zones, only zone B (Nusajaya) is a “green field” development while the remaining 4 are “brown field” areas.The focus on the development of the 5 flagship zones will create a “spill over” effect to the surrounding areas in Iskandar Malaysia.Natural ring road to link Singapore and Iskandar Malaysia.This map shows the excellent land, air and sea connectivity of our projects.Within an hour, there are two airports i.e. Senai and Changi, serving the area.There are four sea ports within 10 to 50 mins away.The development is also well-connected by land, with two bridges connecting Singapore.IM is not created to compete with Singapore, but to complement.Some 55% of tourist arrivals to M’sia, comes through Singapore.1. PSAPSA Singapore Terminals is the world's busiest transshipment hub, handling about one-fifth of the world's total container transshipment throughput.In 2008, PSA Singapore Terminals handled 29.0 million twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUS) of containers2. Jurong PortThe Port handles containers and a variety of cargo including different types of bulk, break-bulk, palletized and project cargo.3. PTPPort of Tanjung Pelepas is Malaysia's largest container port. The port is now budgeting for a 9% growth to 6.1 million TEU for this year.4. PTLPort of Tanjung Langsat’s principal objective is to serve the 4,000 acres of adjacent industrial land. It is capable of handling vessels up to 5,000 DWT and 30,000 DWT
  • 3 key points to cover here:Overview of Iskandar MalaysiaTouch on Nusajaya being a greenfield hence a lot more opportunities for investors to partake inSingapore factor – proximity, connectivity via air, sea and landSuggested points:Iskandar Malaysia has 5 flagship zones. Each of the five flagships has its own set of priorities and unique strategies to attract investments.These five flagships are key focus catalyst areas for the development of Iskandar Malaysia.Out of these 5 flagship zones, only zone B (Nusajaya) is a “green field” development while the remaining 4 are “brown field” areas.The focus on the development of the 5 flagship zones will create a “spill over” effect to the surrounding areas in Iskandar Malaysia.Natural ring road to link Singapore and Iskandar Malaysia.This map shows the excellent land, air and sea connectivity of our projects.Within an hour, there are two airports i.e. Senai and Changi, serving the area.There are four sea ports within 10 to 50 mins away.The development is also well-connected by land, with two bridges connecting Singapore.IM is not created to compete with Singapore, but to complement.Some 55% of tourist arrivals to M’sia, comes through Singapore.1. PSAPSA Singapore Terminals is the world's busiest transshipment hub, handling about one-fifth of the world's total container transshipment throughput.In 2008, PSA Singapore Terminals handled 29.0 million twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUS) of containers2. Jurong PortThe Port handles containers and a variety of cargo including different types of bulk, break-bulk, palletized and project cargo.3. PTPPort of Tanjung Pelepas is Malaysia's largest container port. The port is now budgeting for a 9% growth to 6.1 million TEU for this year.4. PTLPort of Tanjung Langsat’s principal objective is to serve the 4,000 acres of adjacent industrial land. It is capable of handling vessels up to 5,000 DWT and 30,000 DWT
  • IRDA is a federal Statutory Body, established under the Iskandar Regional Development Authority Act 2007 which came into force with effect from 17th February 2007Responsible to realizing the vision and objectives of Iskandar in becoming A Metropolis of International Standing.
  • Completion of Infrastructure WE HAVE DELIVERED ONE OF THE STRATEGIC PILLARS OF Iskandar Malaysia I WILL GO THROUGHTHE DETAIL IN THE FOLLOWING SIDES.
  • Concentrate in 2 Flagship Nusajaya & Seri AlamMix of Local & International.How much is the committed investment in education projects.27 Uni & colleges now in IM, 11 more coming on streamCommitted XXXXX, Realized XXXXXX
  • There are several new and upcoming healthcare developments in Iskandar Malaysia, namely:AfiatHealthpark – world-class integrated HC facilities; Immediate healthcare needs of the growing local and surrounding population; Regional demand for better healthcare services and wellnessBio-Xcell – a biotech park on 32.37 ha develop in 3 phases over 6 yrs in SiLC; dedicated, purpose-built space and facilities for bio-tech communityColumbia Asia Hospital – facility costing RM68.2 mil; 7th hospital in M’siaRegency Specialist Hospital –Member of HMI Spore; launched in 2009 in Bandar Seri AlamMasai; has 15 Spore-based specialists with credentials to treat patients on both sides of the border.PasirGudang Specialist Hospital – 3rd hospitals in IM by KPJ Healthcare BhdGrp, with 120-bed. The group is focusing on health tourism and upgrading its facilities and Human Capital devt to ensure its hospitals services remain at par with Int’l stds. Expected to commence operation in Dec 2012.Gleneagles Medini Hospital – a landmark devt with Global Capital & Development (GCD) in Medini North; 12th hospital in Msia.Part of its overall strategy to boost the region’s health tourism industry; 15 acres of land will be built in phases; A 300-bedded private tertiary hospital; 50 suites medical office block with COEsEcon Medicare Centre - 200-bedded medical centre to supply premium and quality nursing care at Taman Perling. Construction started in Q3 2011 and expected commencement of operations in Q3 2012Khazanah-Temasek Iconic Wellness TownshipA JV between Khazanah & WellnessDevelopment of Urban Wellness (5 acres) and Resort Wellness (210 acres) at MediniProject launched during Annual Leaders’ Retreat on 5th Jan 2012GDV = RM3 billion, subject to design and development plansDato’ Onn International Specialist HospitalMedical COE on 8 acres land at Bandar Dato’ Onn Johor Bahru.Project announced as EPP under NKEA Healthcare in Nov 2011Expected to commence operation in Q3 2014
  • Talent program 15000, film crew Wardrobe, hair, make up, Production Accounting, Grip, Electric.Dec 2012 Johor New Filmmakers Competition. Audience choice award, You Tube likeFIMI – Filming in Malaysia IncentivesICON Apps – Iskandar
  • Joint venture between FastrackAutosports (70%) and UEM Land (30%)One stop destination for motorsports enthusiasts in Asia, comprising a F1 compliant racing circuit and test track, commercial component, 4S facilities, spare parts hub, bonded warehouses, retail, alfresco and F & B space, on a 269 acre site, over 3 years.GDV: RM 3.5 b,# of jobs: 5,000 over next five yearsGroundwork to commence Q3, 2013, Investment Incentive Package ready Q4 2013 Joint venture between UEM Land and Chinamall Holdings Pte LtdA trade and expo center, benchmarked against the Dragon Mart in Dubai, on a 30 acre site, over a 5 year period. It will have 1.4 mil sqft of exhibition space to cater for 3,000 traders, wholesalers and manufacturers from ChinaGDV: 562 mil, # of jobs 3,000 over next five yearsGroundwork to commence Q4 2013, Investment Incentive Package ready Q4 2013
  • Joint venture between FastrackAutosports (70%) and UEM Land (30%)One stop destination for motorsports enthusiasts in Asia, comprising a F1 compliant racing circuit and test track, commercial component, 4S facilities, spare parts hub, bonded warehouses, retail, alfresco and F & B space, on a 269 acre site, over 3 years.GDV: RM 3.5 b,# of jobs: 5,000 over next five yearsGroundwork to commence Q3, 2013, Investment Incentive Package ready Q4 2013 Joint venture between UEM Land and Chinamall Holdings Pte LtdA trade and expo center, benchmarked against the Dragon Mart in Dubai, on a 30 acre site, over a 5 year period. It will have 1.4 mil sqft of exhibition space to cater for 3,000 traders, wholesalers and manufacturers from ChinaGDV: 562 mil, # of jobs 3,000 over next five yearsGroundwork to commence Q4 2013, Investment Incentive Package ready Q4 2013
  • Artist impression of BioXcell, planned by Cox Group from Australia
  • Artist impression of BioXcell, planned by Cox Group from Australia
  • Artist impression of BioXcell, planned by Cox Group from Australia
  • Artist impression of BioXcell, planned by Cox Group from Australia
  • Artist impression of BioXcell, planned by Cox Group from Australia
  • Artist impression of BioXcell, planned by Cox Group from Australia
  • Artist impression of BioXcell, planned by Cox Group from Australia
  • Artist impression of BioXcell, planned by Cox Group from Australia
  • Artist impression of BioXcell, planned by Cox Group from Australia
  • A joint venture between Genting and Simon Chelsea Properties from the US (world’s largest operator of branded premium outlets).JPO will be first of its kind in SE Asia and will definitely put Iskandar Malaysia on the regional tourism map.JPO will feature all your favourite brands with significant discounts and saving not available elsewhere.
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    1. 1. “Iskandar Malaysia: Current Progress and Future Directions”
    2. 2. Content • Introducing Iskandar Malaysia • Roles & Responsibilities of IRDA • Achievement Highlights • Latest Progress Development in Iskandar Malaysia • Investment in Iskandar Malaysia • Summary
    3. 3. Formation of 5 Economic Corridors
    4. 4. Changi Airport Senai Airport Central Business District Singapore Central Business District – Johor Bahru: Jurong Port Port of Tanjung Pelepas Port of Tanjung LangsatJohor Port Where are we? • ISKANDAR MALAYSIA is the Super Economic Corridor that lies strategically at the heart of South East Asia on the southern tip of the Peninsula • Centrally located in the heart of South East Asia • Strategically located at the cross roads of the East-West trade lanes • Within minutes to Singapore
    5. 5. 2,217 sq km Projected Growth 2006 to 2025 JB CITY CENTRE NUSAJAYA WESTERN GATE DEV EASTERN GATE DEV SENAI - SKUDAI Indicator 2006 2025 (CDP) Annual rate of change (%) Population (mil) 1.6 3.0 4.63% GDP per capita (PPP) in USD 14,790 31,100 5.78% Labour Force (mil) 0.62 1.46 7.00% Employment (mil) 0.61 1.43 7.00% To be A Strong and Sustainable Metropolis of International Standing Vision of Iskandar Malaysia E AB C D
    6. 6. The Main Pillars Support System Basic Foundation “Strong, Diversified, Dynamic and Global” Electrical & Electronics Petro chemical & Oleo chemical Strong Supporting Institutions (Education, R&D, Government, Private & social institutions, communication &coordination system) World-class Professionals and Technical Work Force Logistic & related Services Tourism Financial Services Excellent Physical, Infrastructures, including IT Stable Political, Social Environment Strong Supporting Industries ( Metal Products, Engineering, Non-metallic, Manufacturing Related Services (MRS)) Iskandar Economy Creative Industries Food & Agro Processing Educational Services Health Services Four New Service-Based Pillars’Five Main ‘Pillars’ to be reinforced Excellent Working & Living Environment Iskandar Malaysia’s Key Economic Thrusts
    7. 7. EducationTourism Healthcare Creative Oleo- & Petro-chemicals Services Manufacturing 9 Focus Economic Sectors Electrical & Electronics Food & Agro-Processing Logistics Financial Services -Theme Parks -Family Entertainment Centre -Hotel, dining & shopping -MICE -Private School -Higher Education Institution -Specialized skills training centre -Specialist Medical Service -Diagnostic medical Service -T&CM, wellness -Film, television, games, animation -Online mobile content generation -integrated media & content services -Transportation -Aerospace -Oil Storage & trading hub -halal logistic hub -warehousing -Islamic banking & finance, retail & wholesale banking, PSSO, BPO, fina ncial & other professional services -offshore financial services -Advance E&E, -Renewable Energy -Automotive & Rail -R&D -Medical devices -security & Defence -O&G Processing, Support industries -Biotechnology -Polymer production -Aromatics & Olefins -Palm Oil based products -Cocoa based products -Halal derivatives -Agriculture biotechnology -Healthcare biotechnology
    8. 8. JB CITY CENTRE NUSAJAYA WESTERN GATE DEV EASTERN GATE DEV SENAI - SKUDAI E A B C D Identified Economic Clusters in 5 Flagships ECONOMIC CLUSTER • Logistics • Manufacturing (esp. high tech and aerospace related) • Tourism (Luxury Shopping Destination) • Cybercity SENAI-SKUDAI ECONOMIC CLUSTER • Education & Medical Tourism • Entertainment & Recreation • State Administration • Finance • Biotechnology NUSAJAYA ECONOMIC CLUSTER • Logistics • Free Zone Industrial Area • Regional Distribution, International Procurement • Oil storage Terminals TANJUNG PELEPAS C B E ECONOMIC CLUSTER • Financial, Cultural and Urban Tourism JB CITY CENTRE A ECONOMIC CLUSTER • Manufacturing (Electronics, petrochemicals, ol eochemicals etc) • Oil Storage Terminals PASIR GUDANG / TANJUNG LANGSAT D
    9. 9. JB CITY CENTRE NUSAJAYA WESTERN GATE DEV EASTERN GATE DEV SENAI - SKUDAI E A B C D Key Players in 5 Flagships 1. Senai Airport 2. Senai High Tech Park 3. Johor Premium Outlets 4. MSC Cyberport City 5. Dyson 6. Seagate 7. Panasonic AVC SENAI-SKUDAI 1. Kota Iskandar 2. MEDINI 3. EduCity 4. LEGOLAND 5. Puteri Harbour 6. SiLC 7. BioXcell NUSAJAYA B 1. PTP 2. Tg. Bin Maritime Centre 3. BMW 4. Flextronics TANJUNG PELEPAS C E 1. Bahru Stainless ( Acerinox and Nisshin Steel) 2. Titan Chemicals 3. Asiaflex (Technip) 4. Idemitsu 5. Hitachi Chemicals 6. Langsat Terminal 1 & 2 7. Seri Alam, City of Knowledge PASIR GUDANG / TANJUNG LANGSAT D 1. Johor Corporation 2. Danga Bay 3. Iskandar Investment Berhad 4. Dijaya Group JB CITY CENTRE A
    10. 10. Presentation Outline • Introducing Iskandar Malaysia • Roles & Responsibilities of IRDA • Achievement Highlights • Latest Progress Development in Iskandar Malaysia • Investment in Iskandar Malaysia • Summary
    11. 11. Who are we? IRDA Act 2007 (Act 664) empowers IRDA to Plan, Promote and Facilitate the development in the region Collaboration with relevant authorities ensuring seamless service delivery to investors (example: one-stop-centre to fast track approval and provide customer service) Supported by the Prime Minister and Chief Minister of Johor, both Joint Chairmen of the IRDA Members of Authority and esteemed Advisory Council Integrated planning to ensure world-class benchmarks are adopted in development, for example in transportation, urban design, safety and security etc. Iskandar Regional Development Authority (IRDA) is a Statutory Body established through an Act of Parliament to deliver on the Iskandar Malaysia vision.
    12. 12. Governance Structure
    13. 13. Roles and Responsibilities  Master Planning (inclusive of Social Planning)  Economic Planning Clusters  Recommend policies, laws, actions and incentives  Brand guardian of Iskandar Malaysia as an investment destination  Promote private and public investments in Iskandar Malaysia  Disseminate information to investors and public  Monitor and align sector developments  Coordinate and monitor enabler developments  Principal coordinating agent for approval PLANNING PROMOTION FACILITATION
    14. 14. Presentation Outline • Introducing Iskandar Malaysia • Roles & Responsibilities of IRDA • Achievement Highlights • Latest Progress Development in Iskandar Malaysia • Investment in Iskandar Malaysia • Summary
    15. 15. Jalan Kolam Ayer Upgrading 28th April 2010 Yahya Awal Interchange 28th Oct 2010 Ulu Tiram Interchange 18th March 2011 Skudai – Senai Highway 22nd April 2011 Senai-Desaru Highway June 2011 Jalan Abu Bakar – Jalan Skudai 31st June 2011 Kulai Interchange 13th Oct 2011 Public Housing Mac 2012 Abu Bakar Interchange April 2012 Coastal Highway 15 April 2012 Completion of Infrastructure, Amenities and Social Programs Eastern Dispersal Link 1 April 2012 15
    16. 16. Aug Marlborough College Committed investment & completion of Education Projects UniKL December September Masterskill Newcastle Medical University September HELP University College Malaysia Art School UiTM 2010 2011 2012 2013 MRSM June University of Reading April Raffles University 16
    17. 17. Columbia Asia 2010 2009 Regency Sept 2012 17 Healthcare & Biotechnology Related Development Econ Medicare Centre - 200-bedded medical centre with nursing care. Dato’ Onn International Specialist Hospital KPJ Hospitals < 2009 2014 2014 Gleneagles Medini Wellness Centre 2015 2013 Bio -Xcell Pasir Gudang Specialist Hospital – KPJ Healthcare (120-bed) Dec 2012
    18. 18. Pilot Project: Digital COE Setup Jan-Dec Official Launch of FIMI Guideline Feb ICON apps Boot Camp Mar-Dec IM Creative Industry Talent Dev Program Jan-Dec PIMS open May Entertainment@ Iskandar Malaysia Sep PIMS Official Launch Sep Media@Medini Phase 1: 2015 Investment: PIMS - MMU+USC - Media@Medini; Link - AL - R&H - RCP - AIR – IMA - MetFilm - BroadC 2013 2014 - 2015 Creative – Pinewood Iskandar Malaysia Studios
    19. 19. Commence Motorsports City Q3 Opening Traders Hotel April 2013 2014 - 2015 3RD Theme Park 2014 Commence China Mall Q4 Opening LEGOLAND Hotel Jan. 2014 Opening LEGOLAND Water Park Dec 2013 Tourism – Sports & Leisure
    20. 20. Opening Traders Hotel April Iskandar Malaysia Comes Alive 2012 Johor Bahru Chingay Parade 2012 Feb 2012 Mar 2012 IM Corridor & Cities Transformation Programme Open Kanival Budaya dan Warisan JB 2012 Mar 2011 1 Hari Francais @ JB May 2011 Jun 2012 Tilawah Al-Quran Peringkat Kebangsaan Dec 2012 World International Economic Forum Smart City Forum Nov 2012 Sept 2012 Opening Galleria @ Kotaraya May 2012 Submitting KM Hotel & Apartment 2012 2013 201 2 Sept 2012 Opening City Square JB Arts Festival Sept 2012 Oct 2012 JB Transformation Open Day The Big September! JB10K Nov 2012
    21. 21. Presentation Outline • Introducing Iskandar Malaysia • Roles & Responsibilities of IRDA • Achievement Highlights • Latest Progress Development Iskandar Malaysia • Investment in Iskandar Malaysia • Summary
    22. 22. Development in Progress – Flagship A Johor Bahru City Centre A JB TRANSFORMATION JB TRANSFORMATION
    23. 23. Development in Progress – Flagship A Johor Bahru City Centre TROPICANA DIJAYA SENIBONG COVE SP SETIA SKY 88 A
    24. 24. Development in Progress – Flagship A Johor Bahru City Centre A TROPEZ RESIDENCES SOUTHKEY THOMSON HOSPITAL
    25. 25. JOHOR STATE GOVT OFFICE – KOTA ISKANDAR B Developments in Flagship B CIQ PUTERI HARBOURPUTERI HARBOUR
    26. 26. B Developments in Flagship B – Puteri Harbour HELLO KITTY INDOOR THEME PARK LITTLE RED CUBE SHOPPING MALL TRADERS HOTEL & SOMERSET LAT’s PLACE RESTAURANT
    27. 27. LEGOLAND HOTEL B LEGOLAND – 1st IN ASIA MALL OF MEDINI MEDINI CENTRAL Developments in Flagship B – Legoland & Medini
    28. 28. LEDANG HEIGHTS EAST LEDANG B Developments in Flagship B – Horizon Hills HORIZON HILLS
    29. 29. B Developments in Flagship B - Educity MARLBOROUGH COLLEGENEWCASTLE UNIVERSITY RAFFLES UNIVERSITY NETHERLAND MARITIME INST TECHNOLOGY
    30. 30. B Developments in Flagship B - EduCity STADIUM & SPORTS COMPLEX INTERNATIONAL STUDENT VILLAGESOUTHAMPTON UNIVERSITY MULTI VARSITY COMPLEX
    31. 31. PINEWOOD ISKANDAR MALAYSIA STUDIOS B Developments in Flagship B - Pinewood IM Studios
    32. 32. New Development in Flagship B Gerbang Nusajaya & Sunway Iskandar CHINA MALL B GLENEAGLES PRIVATE HOSPITAL FAST TRACK MOTORSPORT SUNWAY ISKANDAR
    33. 33. Development in Progress – Flagship C Port of Tanjung Pelepas TG BIN COAL FIRE POWER PLANT TANJUNG PELEPAS PORT C
    34. 34. RAMSAR PULAU KUKUP ECO TOURISM PULAU KUKUP ECO TOURISM C Development in Progress – Flagship C Eco-Tourism
    35. 35. Development in Progress – Flagship D City of Knowledge EXCELSIOR INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL D PEGASUS INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MARA SERI ALAM MALAYSIA ARTS SCHOOL
    36. 36. Development in Progress – Flagship D City of Knowledge UNIVERSITI KUALA LUMPUR ASIA METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITY MARA JUNIOR SCIENCE COLLEGE JAPANESE SCHOOL D
    37. 37. Development in Progress – Flagship D TANJUNG LANGSAT TERMINAL D TANJUNG LANGSAT INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX BAHRU STAINLESS – JV ACERINOX SPAIN & NISSHIN STEEL JAPAN
    38. 38. Development in Progress – Flagship E I-PARK@ INDAHPURA THE SENAI GARDEN E
    39. 39. E JOHOR PREMIUM OUTLETS Development in Progress – Flagship E Johor Premium Outlets
    40. 40. Private chartered planes EDevelopment in Flagship E – Senai Airport NANO MALAYSIA CENTER SENAI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT SENAI HI TECH PARK
    41. 41. Presentation Outline • Introducing Iskandar Malaysia • Roles & Responsibilities of IRDA • Achievement Highlights • Latest Progress Development Iskandar Malaysia • Investment in Iskandar Malaysia • Summary
    42. 42. Planning & Building the Foundation Sustain & Innovate Phase 1 Phase 3 2007 - 2009 2010 - 2015 2016 - 2025 Development Strengthening and Generating Growth Phase 2 Investment Target = RM 47bil Iskandar Malaysia Development Phases Investment Target = RM 73bil WE ARE HERE RM106.31 RM56 bil Investment Target = RM 383bil
    43. 43. * Others : Utilities,EmergingTech,Tourism,Education,Healthcare,Creative,Financial,Logistics,Retail,Industrial. 5.50 11.90 21.70 23.65 26.92 31.22 35.07 41.28 1.00 5.05 9.11 14.45 19.98 28.79 34.47 7.10 8.17 16.52 21.83 27.30 35.14 27.30 5.80 5.80 6.83 6.28 6.28 6.28 7.31 8.31 11.30 25.80 41.75 55.56 69.48 84.78 106.31 111.37 0.00 10.00 20.00 30.00 40.00 50.00 60.00 70.00 80.00 90.00 100.00 110.00 120.00 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 (March) RM (Bil) Year-on-Year (2006 – March 2013) Government Properties Others Manufacturing Committed Investment 131.31 Cumulative Committed Investment
    44. 44. Properties (Residential) 27.3 Retail 8.25 Industrial 4.87 Emerging Tech 1.03 Government 8.31 Utilities 9.53 Manufacturing 35.33 Petrochemical 5.95 Healthcare 1.6 Creative 0.4 Tourism 2.23 Port/Logistic 4.43 Education 1.55 Finance 0.6 In RM’ Bil Note 1 : Government; Kota Iskandar project add 1Bil Note2 : Properties; reclassification of industrial and retail Cumulative Committed Investment - by Sector March 2013
    45. 45. Source: IRDA, Khazanah, IIB , MIDA as at Dec 2012 & corporate announcements 0.0 20.0 40.0 60.0 80.0 100.0 120.0 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 (March) 22.83 25.48 28.78 34.14 38.53 38.81 18.92 30.08 40.70 50.64 67.78 72.56 RM’ Bil Foreign Local 58% 42% 40% 60% 36% 64% 45% 55% 54% 46% Committed Investment – Local Vs Foreign
    46. 46. Source: IRDA, Khazanah, IIB corporate announcements & MIDA Dec 2012 Report SECTOR Cumulative Realised Dec 2012 (RM Bil) Cumulative Realised as of March 2013 (RM Bil) Manufacturing 19.44 19.44 Petrochemical 2.64 2.70 Healthcare 0.21 0.24 Tourism 1.01 1.02 Port / Logistic 1.96 2.18 Education 0.37 0.37 Property - Residential 6.90 7.07 Utilities 3.65 3.75 Retail 1.39 1.78 Industrial 0.53 0.53 Government 5.59 5.74 TOTAL 43.69 44.82 Cumulative Realised Investment 2006 – March 2013
    47. 47. TOP 10 Foreign Investors in ISKANDAR MALAYSIA Source: MIDA Dec 2012 Report Countries RM billion Singapore 6.32 Spain 4.20 Japan 3.74 Netherlands 2.85 United Arab Emirates 1.90 Australia 1.80 Lebanon 1.70 France 1.63 China 1.58 Germany 1.53
    48. 48. Investment Focus – Moving forward Services Sector focus: • Healthcare • Education • Tourism • Creative • Logistics • Financial Services Some targeted countries: Singapore Korea Japan USA Euro countries IndonesiaIndia China
    49. 49. Presentation Outline • Introducing Iskandar Malaysia • Roles & Responsibilities of IRDA • Achievement Highlights • Latest Progress Development Iskandar Malaysia • Investment in Iskandar Malaysia • Summary
    50. 50. 5.1. Performance to date
    51. 51. Valuation of property on which development have been approved for the year 2012 PROJECTED NEW ASSESSMENT TAX RM 1,413,822.80 INVESTOR : Connoisseur Towers Sdn Bhd PRODUCT : Service Apartment NILAIAN : RM 43,374,000.00 TAX (0.26%) : RM 112,772.40 INVESTOR : UM Land Berhad PRODUCT : Service Apartment + Hotel NILAIAN : RM 124,971,000.00 TAX (0.26%) : RM 324,924.60 INVESTOR : MB Vest Sdn Bhd PRODUCT : Service Apartment + Hotel NILAIAN : RM 237,393,000.00 TAX (0.26%) : RM 617,221.80 INVESTOR : Bank Simpanan Nasional PRODUCT : Office NILAIAN : RM 21,749,000 TAX (0.26%) : RM 56,547.40 INVESTOR : Chiam Soh Yong Realty Co. Sdn Bhd PRODUCT : Shop office NILAIAN : RM 7,821,000 TAX (0.26%) : RM 20,334.60
    52. 52. Value Proposition 5  3 world-class ports,1 international airport and 2 additional ports + an international airport in Singapore  Connectivity–highways, train, broadband, availability support services  Availability of quality skills/manpower  Upgraded physical and social infrastructure  Consistent and transparent Government policies  Creation of IRDA to facilitate businesses & investments  Ease of sourcing capital, goods and resources  Centrally located in the heart of East Asia  Leveraging on the close proximity to Singapore with Global connectivity  Sustainable economic growth within ASEAN region  Attractive investor value propositions – High upside potential for investments  Overall Competitiveness – Total cost of doing business STRATEGIC LOCATION PHYSICAL & ECONOMIC INFRASTRUCTURE SOLID GOVERNMENT COMMITMENT CAPITAL RETURNS
    53. 53. ISKANDAR REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY IRDA Headquarters Iskandar Regional Development Authority (IRDA) #G-01, Block 8 Danga Bay, Jalan Skudai 80200 Johor Bahru Malaysia Tel: +607-233 3000 Fax: +607-233 3001 IRDA Satellite Office Iskandar Regional Development Authority (IRDA) Suite 5-3, 5th Floor, Block 3B Plaza Sentral, Jalan Stesen Sentral 5 50470 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Tel: +603-2260 6777 Fax: +603-2260 79991°28'58"N 103°43'6" www.iskandarmalaysia.com.my CONTACT US AT :
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