Husin, Mohd. The manual also be able to guides all the professional town planning consultants in preparing the LCP and assisting LPA in considering and evaluating the planning and land development approvals, in which LCP submitted must be complianced to the current planning and land development needs. However, the question of whether existing LCP Manual that been used as a reference by LPA and Consultants currently are really comprehensive in technical and planning legislation need to be analyze thoroughly in this study. From the perspective of legislation especially on National Land Code, NLC , currently the preparation of LCP for land development still not comprehensive due to other land development application not been taken into account as part of LCP submission for planning permission, not standardize, and not compliance to One Stop Centre OSC submission requirement resulting confusing among consultant in preparing LCP for land development. The used of manual also not uniform and varies between states and not been complianced to requirement and unfriendly to the users. Thus, the amendments and improvement to the existing LCP Manual must be in line and concurrent with those Acts and need to be implemented to ensure the needs and development control process of planning and land development would be implemented systematically and efficiently towards the process and administrative of land development in Malaysia.
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This is to ensure that every proposed development in Malaysia has a high quality covers in physical, social and economic development. In addition, in line with the requirements of Section 21A 1 , the Local Authority to require additional documents to be served under Section 21 1 for planning permission. Proposed Development Report was prepared following purposes: i. Provides a sound basis for planning to enable the Bentong District Council in making proper consideration and evaluation of applications for planning permission based on the information presented in this report.
Developing and upgrading of the Tanah-Aina Fareena, Lentang, Bentong, Pahang in the provision of facilities and activities more effectively to visitors and residents as well as the entire room as possible. Objective Ensure that all spaces in the proposed site should be used. Provide a circulation system to improve accessibility.
Provide appropriate facilities and infrastructure to the area to be developed 2. Scope of Study 1. Sustainable site planning and management This is to avoid development of inappropriate sites and reduce the environmental impact from the location of a building on a site.
During site selection process, give preference to sites that have low ecological value or are not environmentally sensitive. If unavoidable, locate the building in a suitable location and with a minimal footprint so as to minimize disruption of environmentally sensitive areas.
Site selection. Minimize ecological damage to existing natural features, water bodies, flora and fauna. Development density and community connectivity. This is the level of density in any new development should be plan so that the problem of overcrowded and traffic problem can be avoided. A higher density development or redevelopment will help minimize opening up new greenfield sites, to preserve existing habitat and natural resources, and minimize the use of private mode of transportation.
Environment management. Encourage protection or restoration of the habitat and maximize the ecological diversity by introducing native or adaptive vegetation. Maximized potential for open spaces on grade or on rooftops.
One useful strategy is to carefully place building to ensure minimum disruption to the existing ecosystems by minimizing the building footprint. Another is to restore the site area with native or adaptive vegetation; or by increasing the total area for planting by introducing planting on the roof.
Greenfield sites are those that are not previously developed or graded and remain in a natural state. Previously developed sites are those that previously contained building, roadway, parking lot, or were graded or altered by direct human activity. Construction management Earthwork, construction activity pollution control. To reduce pollution from construction activities by controlling soil erosion, waterway sedimentation and airborne dust generation.
Workers site amenities It is to reduce pollution from construction activities by controlling pollution from waste and rubbish from workers. Controlling Pollution from waste and rubbish from workers is as vital as that from all other construction processes.
Transportation Public transportation Access To reduce pollution and land development impacts from automobile use. Reduce pollution and land development impacts from private car use. During site selection process, give preference to sites that are located within 1km radius of existing public transportation system. Green vehicle priority Provide preferred parking areas for green vehicles, thereby encouraging the use of such vehicles e. This is also to reduce pollution and land development impacts from automobile use.
Parking capacity This is to encourage the use of public transport and carpools and reduce single occupancy private vehicle use. The environmental benefits of traveling by public transport include the reduction in the emission of greenhouse gases by private cars, thereby reducing urban pollution and traffic congestion. Storm water design quantity and quality control To limit disruption of natural hydrology by reducing impervious cover, increasing on-site infiltration, and managing storm water runoff.
Reduce or eliminate water pollution by reducing impervious cover, increasing onsite infiltration, eliminating sources of contaminants, and removing pollutants from storm water runoff. Greenery and roof To reduce heat island thermal gradient difference between developed and undeveloped areas to minimize impact on microclimate and human and wildlife habitat.
Building user manual A Building User Manual is intended to inform occupants about the active and passive design features that should be maintained throughout the lifespan of the building. To document Green building design features and strategies for user information and guide to sustain performance during occupation.
The study stages are prepared in giving a detail view of the way in planning a development from the problem statement stage into the proposal stages.
Every stage has required information as reference in managing the development. Evaluating existing condition S. T analysis of every scopes of study Details of existing condition Critical areas within the site area Sites potential and constraint. The place is located near to the Hutan Lipur Bentong which the whole of area is a forest area. The condition of the site is there is existing development that has been provided by the owner. The existing element that has been provided is guest house, workers house and orchard.
Other than that, the topography of the site is hilly and surrounded by the forest trees. The main access to the site is from the highway at the kilometer of This area was selected based on potential to meet customer needs. As we know the site selection is a forest area.
So from that, we must take the responsible to conserves the environment area and sustain the well-being of local people. Besides, this site selection can help us conserves the natural balance such as environmental, social and economic based on the development proposal. Other than that, there are advantages in the study area selected is that it is a hilly area and can give an attractive vista or view while at the top. We can see some of the Karak Highway and Bentong filled with lush forests of view on the top of the hill.
It is a good potential that could provide relief to customers or visitors. Bentong District also is a main connector district with west coast region which is more successful from the east coast region which is less successful. There are several policies from National Physical Plan which is relate to the project that we want to develop.
There is :. Table 4. Encourage economic diversification especially in the agriculture and. If the. There are :. Beside that, limit the destruction happen. NUP A safe surrounding need to be established.
The development that will be develop must ensure the safety about the area. Not just develop the area and ignore the safety. NUP Sustainable development and should environmental be the friendly basic to The development in this area should be follow the sustainable because.
Pahang as a tourism destination for the whole year This show the area that we will be develop must be following the objective, so that the development in that area will be strong enough to be develop. Development Objectives Physical. Conserve the critical habitat and the environmental sensitive area and also improve the quality of environment surrounding This make the development in the area must be conserve the nature and do not make any destruction on that area.
Provide balance social facilities based on the population distribution The area also can provide the social facilities for the people at the surrounding area and this help them to be more effective and be socialize. AS 4: All areas of permanent forest reserve and forest In this area, there are river and hot spring in the opposite of the area.
So, if we want to develop in sustainable ways, do not do any pollution to them and use it as good as you can for develop a new and creative area. To Develop Bentong as Tourism District in stage of International and to increase urbanization level and the quality of local community living towards Based on the proposal in Tanah Aina Fareena, there were a concept that support the proposal, there was : i. Preservation of Environmental Sensitive Area Zone.
This concept is stress on preservation and conservation of environmental aspect. Even though the development was encouraged but the preservation of sensitive area still be preserve. In term of that, the concept of Bentong Local Plan Development is concentrated on developed natural tourism such as Hutan Lipur Lintang, Gapoi Waterfall and Hot Spring Batu 16 to support tourism activity at hilly area.
Bentong locate at the strategic area because of its near the Klang Valley which receive a rapid economic development. Based on Physical Development Plan, Bentong is a part of Kuala Lumpur conurbation and next will be a leader to main development in a Peninsular Malaysia. The attention to this district is economic and infrastructure development.
Kuantan through the East Coast Highway. Beside that there are famous ecotourism destination like Chamang Waterfall, Hutan Lipur Lintang, Hot Spring and other that will be maintained and preserve for future generation. Learn more about Scribd Membership Home. Much more than documents. Discover everything Scribd has to offer, including books and audiobooks from major publishers.
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