Sime Darby Property

Sime Darby Property is the property arm of Sime Darby Berhad. On the back of a successful 45-years track record of developing sustainable communities, Sime Darby Property has to date built 23 active townships/developments with a global reach encompasses assets and operations across the Asia Pacific region and the United Kingdom. In the UK, as part of Malaysian Consortium, Sime Darby Property is the developer of the iconic Battersea Power Station project in Central London.
Sime Darby Property is a multiple award-winning property group with numerous local and international accolades. It is the first Malaysian property developer to be awarded the International FIABCI Prix d’Excellence Awards twice for its Subang Jaya and UEP Subang Jaya townships. The company bagged its 7th consecutive Gold at the Putra Brand Awards 2016 and its 5th consecutive Top 10 Developers Awards at the BCI Asia 2015. Sime Darby Property has also been recognised as among the top developers in Malaysia in the annual The Edge Top Property Developers Awards, a recognition which the company consistently receives since 2009.

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Project Title:
CITY OF ELMINA
Duration:
City of Elmina comprises of 4 ongoing and completed
townships—Elmina West, Elmina East, Bukit Subang, and Denai Alam. Total project duration is 41 years since 2001 when we started Bukit Subang Township.
Location:
The City of Elmina, a regional grouping of townships is located along the Guthrie Corridor Expressway (GCE), Shah Alam.

City of Elmina’s vision is to create a thriving sustainable community for generations to come, by designing and executing a master plan that is based on the Sime Darby’s holistic approach to sustainability – based on achieving a balance between the 3 ‘P’, Planet (environmental), People (socio-economic), and Prosperity (financial).
Prior to land development in Malaysia, we undertake either an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA). During these processes, Environmental Management Plans (EMP) are prepared with conditions for approval set by the Department of Environment (DOE). These EMPs provide the approach we take to manage and minimise environmental and socio–economic impacts during the development phase of our projects. As a result, we had no significant fines and non–monetary sanctions for non–compliance with environmental laws and regulation.
What impact has this project created in the community / nation?
Carbon Intensity Reduction- Protect environment by mitigating the impacts to climate change;
Setting Waste Baseline- Respect the environment by promoting sustainable consumption & production; Setting Water Baseline – Protect the environment by adopting responsible water stewardship;
Energy Efficiency- Mitigating the impact of climate change through promoting eco–efficiency initiatives.
Who were the partners in this project and what their roles?
  1. MBSA – Low Carbon City Framework (LCCF ) Committee – Awareness, training, workshop etc.
  2. Sustainability Quality Management Department (SQM) – Monitor and track performance of the City of Elmina on sustainable initiatives.
  3. DOE – Responsible for the prevention, control and abatement of pollution in the country through the enforcement of the Environmental Quality Act and its subsidiary legislation.”
How was this project help to advance the chosen SDG?
We had initiated a water management and monitoring project and this allowed us to evaluate water consumption and identify opportunities for improvement on water–related risks. We monitor and report on absolute energy consumption and energy intensity. The system guides us in improving operational efficiency to decrease energy intensity and reduce our impact of energy use and carbon emissions.
How did this project create impact to the employees/ volunteers?
We apply a sustainability assessment index, to guide and measure the sustainability of our townships and business processes. It is based on the Global Reporting Initiative Guidelines, the Green Building Index (GBI), LEED, Greenmark, and CPTED. This sustainability index is part of all employees Key Performance Indicator. The employees have to ensure the township received Platinum and Silver rating.
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