No sign of signages for re-zoned Cyberjaya

January 7, 2010 |

(The Star, Thursday, 7 January 2010 – Metro – Page, 7 )

IT has been more than a year since the Re-zoning Structure Plan (CRSP) for Cyberjaya was passed and until today the new signages are not up yet. Sepang Municipal Council (MPSp) president Azizan Mohd Sidin (pic) said in September last year that the new signages for the CRSP will be up in Cyberjaya by the end of 2009.

The CRSP, which was passed during the council’s One-Stop-Centre (OSC) meeting in November 2008 would have seen the country’s Information Technology and Intelligent City divided into 12 zones, similar to the precincts in Putrajaya, after the details have been finalised with the Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC).

New address: Sekolah Seri Puteri is located in Cyber 7 in Cyberjaya.

And since it is a Federal government initiative, tenders for the project would be outsourced by them.

As in developed countries, such planned changes in the area is aimed at providing a structure plan for development in the area to ensure a controlled and planned growth pattern.

The re-zoning structure plan in the intelligent city is for the purpose of easy identification of companies in the zone where they are located and also for accurate postal delivery. At present, companies in Cyberjaya have placed their own signages.

The proposed gantries at strategic locations which will include directional signages, would provide the city with proper zoning patterns while recognising the landscape importance of particular areas.

As an example, the council headquarters, which is located in Cyber 1, would share the same directional signages as the Community Clubhouse and the Cyberpark, so the MPSp address would henceforth be Majlis Perbandaran Sepang, Persiaran Semarak Api, Cyber 1, 63200 Cyberjaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan.

The other addresses are: Cyber 3 (LimKokWing University, Satellite Farm, Measat); Cyber 4 (MKN Embassy, TM Net 2, TM Net, Ericsson, HSBC 2, HSBC, EBI); Cyber 5 (BMW, Fujitsu System, EB2, DHL, Glamorous Matrix, Prima 7, Prima Avenue, FSBM, CSP); Cyber 6 (District Cooling Plant, MCMC, Fire Station, City Command Centre, Sports Arena, SME 1, SME 2, Mustapha Kamal Building, NTT R&D Centre, EB3, Shell, Century Square, MDeC); Cyber 7 (Cyber Height Villa, Sekolah Seri Puteri, Flagship Village 1, Cyberview Garden, Setia Haruman, Cyberview Lodge Spa & Resort); Cyber 8 (Police Station), Cyber 9 (Cyberia Crescent, Smart School, Telecom); Cyber 11 (Universiti Multimedia, Cyberia, STP-A); and Cyber 12 (Neo Cyber, D’Cassia Apartments, D’Melor Apartments, Bus Terminal, CBD Perdana).

The council president was not available for comment.

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