NST, 7 April 2008
In the city fringe location of Sentul, the Sentul West and Sentul East urban renewal projects promise to enhance quality of life, improve environmental sustainability and augment value for those who opt to invest in them.
Sentul East & West wins FIABCI's award for Master Plan Development. Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre (KLPac) wins FIABCI's Special Award for National Contribution.
The Star Online, 29 October 2007
Tan Sri Francis Yeoh, Managing Director of YTL Corp Group is pleased to win these two awards. He said, "I am pleased that our contribution to the arts is now well recognised. Our commitment to build a better community instead of just homes is equally appreciated. I thank all involved and I applaud their passion in these successes. Most of all I thank our Lord Jesus for this blessing. He deserves the glory.”
The Star Online, 29 October 2007
Yeoh acknowledged that Sentul was one of YTL's most ambitious projects in terms of size and complexity. It was not a very good area but challenges are what YTL always thrives on.
RM1bil projects by YTL Land
The Star Online, 21 May 2007
YTL Land & Development Bhd will be launching four new products with a gross development value (GDV) of RM980mil in its existing projects in the Klang Valley soon.
Links of change
The Edge Malaysia, 27 October 2006
New residential and commercial projects and highways are giving added impetus to the rejuvenation of Jalan Ipoh and its surroundings. Sentul Link directly benefits YTL Land & Development's Sentul East and West developments, significantly cutting travel time.
YTL Land: An innovative builder
The Edge, 27 July 2006
Malaysia's best property developers were honoured at The Edge Top Property Developers Awards 2006 ceremony last Wednesday. Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting presented the awards to the captains of the top 10 companies, including YTL Land & Development Bhd. Jennifer Gomez speaks to YTL Land's executive director Datuk Yeoh Seok Kian about his thoughts on the award and future plans of the company.
Sentul becomes hive of activity
Business Times Malaysia, 13 July 2006
Over the last several years, Sentul has shed its image as Kuala Lumpur's eye-sore and crime-infested area. Now it is aiming to become a more advanced comfort zone.
YTL's Saffron attracts foreign buyers
The Sun Daily, 12 July 2006
The Saffron, the second condominium in Sentul East under YTL Land & Development Bhd's billion-ringgit urban renewal development, has registered 60% sales. According to the developer, the RM150 million project has attracted foreign buyers from Hong Kong, the US, the UK, United Arab Emirates and Qatar.
A centre specially for Japanese Koi
The Star Online, 16 February 2006
The official opening of the Sentul Park Koi Centre last Sunday is another feather in the cap for YTL's Sentul West development. “We are bringing the beauty of Japanese Koi culture here. In Japan, Koi are affectionately known as the 'Living Jewels',” said the centre's managing director Luke Shori.
Joy of koi
The Star Online, 12 February 2006
Koi are no mere fish but an obsession for those who love these beautiful, colourful creatures. The Sentul Park Koi Centre has been officially open, witl almost zen-like perfection to teach people the joys and responsibilities of koi-keeping.