Sustainability & ESG Development

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Urban and vertical farming in central park and at building levels, training and community awareness on urban farming.
(SDG 2.4)

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Provision of 1 public school, 1public school expansion Kuen Cheng 2), 1 private integrated school and 2 higher education institution within the masterplan, providing education for all, including community outreach.
(SDG 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 4.4, 4.7, 4.a)

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Equal opportunities given, with access to the same legal, social and economic benefits; Transit Oriented Development gives access to jobs, provide rich amenities around TOD.
(SDG 5.a, 5.b)

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Water Sensitive Urban Design strategies designed for Central Park and Streetscape. Greywater treatment systems in buildings to recycle water for irrigation and other facilities.
(SDG 6.1, 6.3, 6.4, 6.5, 6.6, 6.a, 6.b)

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Promote renewable energy such as solar panels at SPE and building rooftops, hydropower at Sungai Kerayong, high performance facade systems.
(SDG 7.1, 7.2, 7.a)

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Bandar to catalyze the future prosperity of Malaysia, to be the hub for new economies in ASEAN.
(SDG 8.2, 8.3, 8.5, 8.9, 8.10)

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Water Sensitive Urban Design Strategy to safeguard inland freshwater ecosystem. Leveraging existing hill for hilltop residential district, minimize cut and fill, existing mature trees conservation strategy.
(SDG 15.1)

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Multi- generational public realm design, universal design, equal opportunities and access to public amenities. Affordable housing integrated within the masterplan, healthy lifestyle that is affordable and within reach of everyone.
(SDG 10.2)

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Creation of the ‘15 min city’, compact development, TOD, access to public open space. New affordable housing model implemented - BM Homes.
(SDG 11.1, 11.2, 11.3, 11.6, 11.7, 11.a)

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Waste management strategy, using locally sourced materials, retail destination, promoting local culture and brands, waste to energy plant, existing airplane hangars conservation.
(SDG 12.4, 12.5, 12.6, 12.8, 12.b)

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To achieve ‘Low Carbon City’, implementation of green practices and technology to avoid adverse impacts on climate change, flood level analysis and mitigation.
(SDG 13.1, 13.3)

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TOD Development that acts as an economic driver for the masterplan, with quality infrastructure provided for HSR, MRT, bus services, vehicular, micromobility and pedestrian.
(SDG 9.1, 9.3)

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Integrated ESG approach to sustainability. Government investment in infrastructure and private investment for plot development.
(SDG 17.17)

Bandar Malaysia ESG Strategy

Towards a Zero Carbon City

Environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) is a set of considerations, including environmental issues, social issues and corporate governance that can be considered in investing.

environmental resilience

•Sponge City Strategy

•Renewable Energy

•Ecology and Biodiversity

•Waste Management

•Locally sourced materials


•Compact Urban District - The '15-Minute City' concept

•Integrated Multi-modal forms of transportation

•Legible Street

•Smart Technologies and IOT

•Protection and preservation of natural heritage

•Adaptive reuse

social inclusion

•Diversity and mixed of uses

•Open Space Network

•Gender Equality and

Social Inclusion planning

•Providing equal opportunities

•Community Identity.


•Business ethics

•Long term value creation

•Flexibility to adapt

•Stakeholders Engagement

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