Bandar Sri Sendayan

Bandar Sri Sendayan is a township in the Rantau ward of Seremban, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia.

BackgroundEdit

Bandar Sri Sendayan has 21% of total the development is parkland, with the remainder residential, commercial, institutional,[1] agricultural and leisure development.

Developer Name Matrix Concepts Holdings Berhad
Land Tenure Freehold
Development area Over RM 5.5 Billion
Development Concepts Self-Sustainable & Mix Integrated Township Development
Development Components Residential & Recreational (35%)

Commercial & Institutional (10%)

Sendayan Techvalley (20%)

TUDM Academia & Training City (14%)

Orchard (21%)

Current population Existing population approximately 15,000–20,000 residents
Total Projected Population Estimated 120,000 upon full completion
Expected year of township completion 2020

Location & accessibilityEdit

CarEdit

Located within the borders of the Rantau state constituency, Bandar Sri Sendayan is a 20-minute drive (about 16 km) from downtown Seremban via highway  , which also connects this development to PLUS   Exit 218. It is about 80 km from Kuala Lumpur.

Jalan FELDA Sendayan 1265 serves as a shortcut to the route to Port Dickson  .

Public transportationEdit

 KB11  Labu,  KB12  Tiroi and  KB13  Seremban stations are the closest rail stations to the development.

Community livingEdit

A relatively large town park measuring at 26-acre, one of the attraction of Bandar Sri Sendayan with outdoor facilities such as badminton court, skate park, pond, amphitheater, football field, playground, reflexology path, basketball court, fitness station, community hall, jogging track, viewing deck & tower, tai chi area and etc.

d'Tempat Country ClubEdit

 
d'Tempat Country Club equipped amazing facilities

d'Tempat Country club is a component of the planned township. As one of the largest clubhouse in Seremban, d'Tempat Country Club host 380,000 sq. ft. floor area of facilities and amenities on 6.33 acres of land. It was built in accordance with the Malaysia Green Building Index (GBI)[2] standards and awarded provisional Gold Certification[3] in Design Assessment Stage under Non-Residential New Construction Category on 6 November 2013.[4]

Matrix Global SchoolsEdit

Future developmentEdit

High Speed Rail (HSR)Edit

Proposed High-Speed Rail (HSR)[5] link between Kuala Lumpur-Singapore is revealed to have a station at Labu which is approximately 5 km away from Bandar Sri Sendayan.

Malaysia Vision Valley (MVV)Edit

Malaysian Vision Valley (MVV)[6] is set to be an integrated development, to be built under the Eleventh Malaysia Plan (11MP). Spanning across a proposed area of 108,000 hectares, MVV will be located in western Negeri Sembilan - covering Seremban, Nilai and Port Dickson. Poised to transform Seremban into an investor-friendly central business district, MVV is expected to generate massive investment and development in the next 30 years.

MVV mega projects will include upgrading and construction of existing and new roads. These projects will help in easing the congestion in the Klang Valley which is in line with the aim of complementing the development of the Greater Kuala Lumpur.

PoliticsEdit

Though administered as part of Seremban, Bandar Seri Sendayan actually falls within the borders of Rembau parliamentary constituency, currently represented by Khairy Jamaluddin.

On the state level, Bandar Seri Sendayan falls under Rantau state constituency, represented by former Menteri Besar of Negeri Sembilan, Dato' Seri Mohamad Hasan.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ high-tech industrial
  2. ^ "Green Building Index". new.greenbuildingindex.org. Retrieved 2016-03-17.
  3. ^ "Green Building Index". new.greenbuildingindex.org. Retrieved 2016-03-17.
  4. ^ "Green Building Index". new.greenbuildingindex.org. Retrieved 2016-03-18.
  5. ^ "High Speed Rail | Official Suruhanjaya Pengangkutan Awam Darat (S.P.A.D.) Website". www.spad.gov.my. Archived from the original on 2016-03-13. Retrieved 2016-03-17.
  6. ^ "Negri proposes RM640bil partnership with Federal Govt - Nation | The Star Online". www.thestar.com.my. Retrieved 2016-03-17.