MK Land’s new project in Ipoh

MK Land Holdings through its unit Zaman Teladan Sdn Bhd will develop a 96ha in Taman Klebang Putra in Ipoh, Perak, with mixed developments involving 2,500 houses and a commercial centre. 

The project would commence shortly where the launching ceremony would be graced by Ipoh Datuk Bandar Datuk Sirajuddin Salleh tomorow, general manager (corporate department) Mohd Roslan Ali said. 

The project with an investment of RM280mil would be implemented in two phases - and each phase has two stages. The whole project is expected to be completed in 2007. 

“We will begin with phase 1A on a 12.4ha site with the building of 373 terraced houses. There are six types in phase 1A,” he said in Ipoh on Wednesday. 

Phase 1A would be completed in two years and the next phase would be carried out based on demand for the first phase. 

“On Nov 8, Zaman Teladan launched 68 shophouses, of which 75% had been sold out and as a result, we have added another 68 shophouses,” he said. 

Roslan said MK Land would introduce in each of its projects several elements with distinct features. 

“For the Taman Klebang Putra project, we will build a clubhouse costing RM2mil for use by residents in the housing estate. This is the first such clubhouse being built for a housing project,” he said. 

He said the clubhouse would be equipped with badminton court, swimming pool, multipurpose hall, meeting hall, surau, coffeehouse and parking lots. – Bernama 

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