YTL Land and its heritage thrust


“The YTL Group values heritage assets. We are in pursuit of sustainable development and we are always passionate about conservation and re-purposing a place with valued heritage, ” Yeoh said. (File pic shows work in progress: YTL Land & Development Bhd conserves the one of the structures in Sentul West, known as Sentul Depot. This structure will be given a new roof but the walls and pillars will be retained and converted into food and beverage space.)

PETALING JAYA: YTL Land & Development Bhd managing director Datuk Yeoh Seok Kian said time has proven again and again that there will always be viable uses for aging buildings, especially those with heritage value.

Despite having owned tracts of land in Sentul for decades, YTL Land is gearing up its conservation plans of various parts of Sentul West, converting its “treasure trove” of British colonial brick buildings into new uses like offices and other lifestyle uses like food & beverage (F&B). It embarked on its urban renewal masterplan for Sentul in the early 2000s.

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