KUALA LUMPUR – The Federal Territories Ministry will continue to collaborate with private sector and international partners to transform Kuala Lumpur into a dynamic and thriving metropolis for business, retail and living.
Minister, Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor said more partnerships were needed to achieve the target of making the city as among the top 20 most liveable cities by 2020.
“The ministry is entrusted with the development of first-class infrastructure and public transportation networks that are able to cater to the needs of the rakyat (people).
“Our goal of building liveable future cities cannot be achieved without the support of developers and international partners, especially in ensuring that sustainable community guidelines are upheld,” he said in his opening speech at the Pavilion Damansara Heights unveiling ceremony here today.
He said the meticulously crafted Pavilion Damansara Heights was set to raise the city’s stature and offer total rejuvenation around the area.
Pavilion Damansara Heights, slated for completion in 2022, comprises 10 corporate towers, five residential towers and a retail mall, with a gross development value of RM9 billion.
The project is a joint-venture between Pavilion Group and Canada Pension Plan Investment Board. – BERNAMA