SITE PROGRESS: Valencia Residence (Sept 2021)

Property News/ 24 September 2021 No comments





About Valencia Residence

Affordable yet luxuriously comfortable, Valencia Residence nestled within a friendly neighborhood with a myriad of cultures and ethnicities. It is conveniently located with an abundance of nearby amenities which include international schools, hospital, golf course, and malls. With just a short stroll, you will discover a scenic spot that offers endless play and relaxation along the stretch of sandy beach at Teluk Bayu.

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Construction workers in Penang must undergo fortnightly Covid-19 testing from October

Property News/ 24 September 2021 1 comment


Construction workers will have to undergo Covid-19 testing at least once every two weeks following a new rule enforced by the Penang Island City Council, says its mayor Datuk Yew Tung Seang.

He said beginning from October, construction companies will be required to submit the test results of their workers from each construction site every two weeks.

“The rule will be enforced and safety officers at each construction site must ensure RTK testing is complied with, as well as existing Covid-19 standard operating procedures,” he said

“This is the way forward with our 3T approach to manage Covid-19 – testing, tracing and treatment,” added Yew after announcing the council’s 2022 budget on Thursday (Sept 23).

Yew announced a deficit budget of RM24.89mil with estimated revenue of RM358.91mil and estimated expenditure of RM383.8mil.

He said the council recorded a surplus of RM1.57mil last year as some infrastructure projects either did not start or were put on hold because of the pandemic.

For next year, Yew said the council had come up with a realistic budget to only implement urgent projects and continue with existing ones.

Source: TheStar.com.my


Beacon Executive Suites – A Lifestyle You’ll Want To Flaunt

Georgetown/ 23 September 2021 No comments


Introducing Beacon Executive Suites, a distinctive SOHO residence designed to fulfil your every lifestyle needs and beyond.

Located within one of the most well-connected neighbourhoods in Penang, Beacon Executive Suites promises the best of both worlds-connectivity and conduciveness in one tranquil setting. Only heartbeats away from George Town’s inner city, Beacon Executive Suites promises excellent accessibility with a wide range of important destinations and amenities within easy reach.

Gracing the skyline at 30 storeys high and showcasing a strikingly contemporary facade, Beacon Executive Suites is truly a spectacle to behold. Its construction features a dynamic combination of concrete, steel, glass and natural elements interblending harmoniously to create not only an aesthetic landmark but also an abundance of unique lifestyle spaces.

Taking modern indulgence to new heights, Beacon Executive Suites features a distinctive Sky Podium at its top floor, which commands panoramic 360-degree views of its surrounding environment. Designed for residents of all ages, the Sky Podium comprises of a full range of lifestyle facilities which include an Infinity Sky Pool, Sky Lounge, Sky Gym and many more.

The Future Of Smart Lifestyle Is Redefined Here

More than just a lavish property, Beacon Executive Suites is an innovative urban home designed to complement and enhance your lifestyle in line with the modern digital era. Beacon residents enjoy access to a wide range of cutting edge lifestyle, security and smart services.

  • On-The-Go App Solutions
  • Real Time Noble Security Alerts
  • Comprehensive IoT Smart Service Solutions
  • High Speed Broadband
  • License Plate Recognition System (LPR)
  • Smart Parcel Locker

A Rewarding Choice In Every Way

Whether as an investment or as your very own SOHO residence, Beacon Executive Suites proves to be a wise option.

A FREEHOLD property strategically positioned in the centre of one of Penang’s most coveted locales, your investment in Beacon Executive Suites is sure to yield rewards in more ways than one.

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118 Harmony

Relau/ 22 September 2021 2 comments

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118 Harmony, an upcoming affordable housing by Eizo Enterprise Sdn. Bhd. (part of SHH Holdings) at Relau. Located on approximately 1 acre of land along Lebuh Relau 4, next to Relau Sports Complex. It is only about 2km from Setia SPICE Convention Centre. Neighboring communities include Relau Vista apartment, Taman Relau Mutiara, Taman Desa Relau, Sentral Green, Iconic Skies and a few others.

This development will see the construction of a 23-storey apartment building, featuring 118 affordable apartment units with two different layout types. There will be 6 levels of car parking podium with facilities located at the ground and 7th floor.


Project Name : 118 Harmony
Location : Relau
Property Type : Affordable housing
Tenure: Freehold
Built-up Size: 988sq.ft. & 1,128sq.ft.
Total Units : 118
Indicative Price : RM300k and above
Developer : Eizo Enterprise Sdn. Bhd. (Part of SHH Holdings)

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Penang Hill cable car project is still in the plan

Property News/ 22 September 2021 3 comments /中文版

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The proposed Penang Hill cable car project does not affect the Unesco recognition of the Penang Hill Biosphere Reserve, says state Local Government, Housing, Town and Planning Committee chairman Jagdeep Singh Deo.

He said many areas which have been listed as Unesco biosphere reserves throughout the world have cable car projects, some even 10 times larger than the one proposed for Penang.

“The proposed Penang Hill cable car project is located in the transition zone of the Penang Hill Biosphere Reserve and is thus allowed.

“The Unesco listing of the Penang Hill Biosphere Reserve is another feather in our cap. To all the naysayers out there, it is not easy for us to achieve it.

“We will ensure the status is maintained under this Penang government’s watch,” Jagdeep said during a press conference on the current status of the Penang Hill Special Area Plan and the George Town World Heritage Site near the Clock Tower in Light Street on Monday.

He continued: “We want to allay your fears; we are doing this for the better of Penang.

“Just like the Gurney Wharf, the response is overwhelming. We want to move forward and we will certainly not endanger such recognition because we love Penang.”

Jagdeep also commended Penang Hill Corporation general manager Datuk Cheok Lay Leng and other stakeholders for successfully obtaining the Unesco listing for the Penang Hill Biosphere Reserve.

The Federal Government, under Pakatan Harapan, announced a RM100 million initial allocation for the cable car project but after its fall, the incoming Pakatan Nasional government rescinded the decision in April 2020.

The Penang government then decided the cable car project to be built under a public-private financing model.

Cheok said many renowned national parks, nature reserves and even Unesco World Heritage Sites and Biosphere Reserves around the world, like in Africa, Japan and China, have cable car system.

“Cable car system is very environmental-friendly. Its construction does not require massive deforestation so this will not bring detrimental effects to the environment.

“Cable cars run on electric power and has low noise pollution.

“Furthermore, cable cars will help the older folks to go up and down the hill and still enjoy the scenery.

“We will ensure the project is well planned and executed in accordance with the stringent technical and safety requirements, and more importantly, meet environmental standards,” Cheok said during a phone interview.

Source: Buletin Mutiara