Puncak Alam: It was yet another momentous occasion for 987 settlers under the Rancangan Revolusi Hijau Peringkat II & III today when they received their keys to their homes from Menteri Besar of Selangor YAB Dato’ Seri Amirudin Bin Shari and Minister of Economic Affairs YB Dato’ Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali.
Also present at the event was, Federal Territories Minister YB Tuan Khalid Abdul Samad and Deputy Minister of Rural Development of Malaysia YB Tuan Sivarasa Rasiah.
The momentous occasion was held at Laman Haris in Eco Grandeur with more than 1,500 people attending, comprising settlers under the program and their family members.
“We are extremely delighted to be able to play a part in helping the settlers realise their dream of owning a home after waiting for 20 years,” said Tan Sri Liew Kee Sin, Chairman of Eco World Development Group Berhad (EcoWorld Malaysia).
“It has not been an easy journey to arrive to this day. There were many historical hurdles to overcome but we are grateful for the cooperation from all parties including the state authorities, settlers and land owners that have made today possible.
“Also, all this would not have been achievable without the unwavering support of YB Dato’ Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali, the former Menteri Besar of Selangor who mandated the project to be realised without any compromise of the settlers’ rights,” Liew added. He also thanked the other honourable Ministers and Deputy Minister for their support in finding the best solutions to make Laman Haris a reality.
“I would also like to record our gratitude to the Menteri Besar of Selangor YAB Dato’ Seri Amirudin for continuing to support EcoWorld in our endeavours in developments in the state.
Under the programme, each settler is entitled a 20’ x 70’ double-storey terrace with a built-up of 1,750 sqft. The home consists of three bedrooms, three bathrooms and one utility room and is estimated to be worth approximately RM500,000. The homes are located in the Laman Haris precinct, on the west of Eco Grandeur.
The 1,400-acre Eco Grandeur is EcoWorld Malaysia’s largest township to date. Designed with first-time homeowners and young families in mind, it is strategically located near the growth areas of Sungai Buloh and Kota Damansara, with easy access to Kuala Lumpur City Centre and the rest of the Klang Valley.
The iconic Bridge of Dreams was opened last year in June and takes you across the Dragonfly Lake which offers a stunning introduction to the Modern Victorian influenced architecture that distinguishes the built environment in Eco Grandeur. With a length of 200m and width of 28m, the bridge also serves as an ideal vantage point from which to take in the scenic garden views of the 62-acre town park, also known as the Dragonfly Park.
President & CEO of EcoWorld Malaysia Dato’ Chang Khim Wah explained: “The development pays tribute to the dragonfly because they were spotted in abundance on the site when we first visited. Because they thrive where the air is fresh and waters are pure, dragonflies have become a symbol of a healthy and balanced ecosystem that is well represented in Eco Grandeur. This inspired the creation of the stunning dragonfly-shaped lake that dominates the verdant town park.”
The Group recently welcomed its first batch of residents in October 2019. A total of 1,824 units were handed over to residents from Phase 1 – namely the Graham Garden and Avenham Garden precincts which consists of terraced and garden homes.
Apart from the stunning landscapes at Eco Grandeur, the development also includes communal elements such as children’s playground, seating areas and artworks. Residents can also look forward to urban farming and market spaces for the community to plant and sell their produce in the future. There is even a bicycle lane stretching over from the neighbouring bike park.
The first bike park of its kind, TREX Bike Park covers 3.7 acres along the green spine of Eco Grandeur, linking the entire development from east to west. It opened in November 2018 and has quickly become a family destination for many residents of Puncak Alam as well as those from Kuala Lumpur, especially families from the Mont Kiara area. TREX Bike Park is a hive of activity in the evenings, particularly on weekends.
“It is indeed heartening to see how Eco Grandeur is growing organically even before our residents have moved in and the community will thrive more with the addition of our Laman Haris residents. We are happy to see not only our residents but the surrounding communities here enjoying the amenities as well. Our commitment to add value to Eco Grandeur will continue with plans for schools opening by 2022. A surau and a multipurpose hall located at Laman Haris is also scheduled to be ready by end 2020,” Chang added.
Connectivity-wise, the township is expected to flourish with the completion of the Damansara-Shah Alam Expressway (DASH) and the West Coast Expressway (WCE) in mid-2020.
Eco Grandeur latest phase – Regent Garden, comprises a series of garden homes which are infused with the Victorian aesthetic blended with a modern sensibility. The 24’ x 55’ homes come in with built-ups ranging from 1,580 sq ft to 1,610 sq ft.
Instead of a regular park, Regent Garden boasts camping grounds, allowing residents to get even closer to nature, romping around the wide-open spaces, enjoying fresh air and sunshine, and gazing at the star-studded night sky.
To be a part of the Eco Grandeur community, check out the latest promotional package –AT10TION which runs for a limited time only. For more information on the available packages, please call +603 3270 2525 or visit EcoWorld Gallery @ Eco Grandeur.