B P Development Consulting
 

The B P Development Consulting team has been involved in a wide variety of international broad-acre and waterfront developments and strategic planning assignments including:

Aamby Valley City, India

Project: Aamby Valley City
Location: 100kms South-East of Mumbai, India
Client: Sahara India Commercial Corporation Ltd
BPDC Staff Involvement: Master planning, micro planning, 3D computer imagery & animation, management of infrastructure design and management of the Project Management team 2008-09.
Description: This massive 4,000 hectare hill station resort project accommodates an exclusive gated residential community with resort and recreation facilities, and international school, lakes, a golf course, sports academies, and an airport.

Al Khawr Beach Development, Qatar

Project: Al Khor Beach Development
Location: Qatar
Client:  Qatar Real Estate Investment Company
BPDC Staff Involvement: Master planning
Description:  Awarded equal first prize in an international competition to prepare a master plan for a new high quality city on a 730 hectare harbour front site at Al Khor, to accommodate huge population growth associated with rapid development of Qatar's northern oil and natural gas fields.

Al Mizra’a Gated Golf Community, UAE

Project: Al Mizra’a Gated Golf Community
Location: Ras Al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates
Client:  RAK Properties, UAE
BPDC Staff Involvement: Master planning, schematic infrastructure engineering, 3D computer imagery and animation.
Description:  The plan incorporated 3,400 residential units integrated with a state-of-the-art 27 hole golf course, and included a hotel and neighbourhood commercial centre.  The final layout provided a harmonious mergence of the residential resort facilities with its desert environment and the concentrated community of ancient ghaff trees at its heart.

Belait Dsitrict Plan

Project:  Belait District Plan
Location:  Brunei
Client:  Department of Town and Country Planning, Ministry of Development, Negara Brunei Darussalam
BPDC Staff Involvement: Strategic Master Planning including physical planning inputs for the study; production and management of assorted sectoral studies; the identification of possible future growth scenarios and strategic development opportunities, and production of the final plan including plan implementation and supporting institutional framework initiatives.
Description: Undertaken in association with Jurutera Tempatan, the Belait District Plan is a comprehensive land use strategy to guide the sustainable development of Belait to 2025. The strategy identifies key urban and rural development issues facing this 2,724 sq km district, recommends integrated priority actions across a broad range of sectors, and includes detailed urban structure planning of areas identified as emergent growth centres critical to district growth.

Binjiang New District. Jiangmen City, China

Project: Binjiang New District. Jiangmen City
Location: Guangdong Province, China
Client:  Municipal Peoples’ Government of Jiangmen City
BPDC Staff Involvement: Master planning, development guidelines and plan governance, schematic transportation and engineering design solutions, development staging and financial feasibility analysis.
Description:  A comprehensive Master Plan and Development Guidelines for the Binjiang New District. The 127 square kilometre area was conceptualised as a new regional centre for living, working and knowledge, with an expected population of 450,000. The massive Xi Jiang River which forms the eastern edge of the district presented challenges for flood immunity and water exchange within the network of internal waterways.

Brunei Land Availability Study

Project:  Brunei Land Availability Study
Location:  Brunei
Client:  Department of Town and Country Planning, Ministry of Development, Negara Brunei Darussalam
BPDC Staff Involvement:  Multi-sectoral GIS based spatial analysis.
Description:  Undertaken in conjunction with Jurutera Tempatan, the Brunei National Land Availability Study is a multi-sectoral GIS based spatial analysis that provides much of the foundation data for the Brunei National Land Use Master Plan 2006 – 2025.  The Land Availability Study provided an analysis of the extent and spatial distribution of the nation’s available land resources.  The study examined existing land management system deficiencies, and recommended means to improve the efficient disposal, use and management of urban land.

Brunei-Muara District Plan, Brunei

Project:  Brunei-Muara District Plan
Location:  Brunei
Client:  Department of Town and Country Planning, Ministry of Development, Negara Brunei Darussalam
BPDC Staff Involvement:  Direct responsibility for the examination of land use, land suitability and availability, patterns of settlement and emergent growth centres, housing, commerce, community facilities and services, the built environment, and plan implementation. Other tasks include management of sub-consultants, GIS creation, and map production.
Description: Undertaken in association with Brunei based Karya Bumi Planning Consultants, the Brunei-Muara District Plan is a comprehensive land use strategy to guide the sustainable development of the 571km˛ Brunei-Muara district up to 2025. The district  is the principal urban centre of Brunei and accommodates more than 70% of the national population.

Brunei National Land Use Master Plan 2006 - 2025

Project: Brunei National Land Use Master Plan 2006 - 2025
Location: Brunei
Client:  Department of Town and Country Planning, Ministry of Development, Negara Brunei Darussalam
BPDC Staff Involvement: in association with Jurutera Tempatan, Master Planning including the physical planning inputs for the study; the formulation of alternative development strategies and production of the final plan; the management of assorted Sectoral Studies; and the formulation of recommendations for plan implementation and supporting institutional framework.
Description: The Brunei National Land Use Master Plan 2006-2025 is the pre-eminent national land use strategy, providing a blueprint to guide the physical planning of Brunei up to 2025 and beyond.

Puteri Harbour Residential North Precinct, Malaysia

Project: Busan Marina Redevelopment
Location:
Busan, Korea
Client:
Hyundai Development Company
BPDC Staff Involvement:
Detailed layout planning in association with CKMarine Group, for development of a marine maintenance facility and sailing centre, and concept planning for redevelopment of the floating marina and surrounds.
Description: Busan Suyeoung Bay Marina is Korea's largest. The marina's redevelopment complements Hyundai Development's adjacent 72 storey Haeundae I'Park condominium and hotel marine leisure complex.

Puteri Harbour Residential North Precinct, Malaysia

Project: Emerald Bay, Puteri Harbour
Location:
Nusajaya, Johor, Malaysia
Client: 
UEM Land Sdn Bhd, Malaysia; Limitless LLC; and BRDB
BPDC Staff Involvement:
Concept planning; schematic infrastructure engineering; 3D computer imagery; detailed tidal exchange hydraulic modelling; detailed design and documentation of the tidal exchange inlet sluice, marina, and private berths; and schematic design of the  navigable lock and tidal exchange outlet sluice.
Description: Puteri Harbour is a city-in-the-making on the Straits of Johor. The government administration of Johor State is being relocated to Puteri Harbour, which will be the focus of the new Southern Johor Economic Region, expected to attract development investment of around US$4 billion. The Emerald Bay Precinct is an exclusive gated residential community attached to Puteri Harbour. It features high-end waterfront housing and associated private berthing with limited physical modification of the existing landform.

Gimpo Marina Terminal, Gyeong-In Waterway, Korea

Project: Gimpo Marina Terminal
Location: Gyeong-In Waterway, Korea
Client: Hanjin Shipping
BPDC Staff Involvement: Layout planning including building development concepts and massing, in association with CKMarine Group.
Description: The 19 kilometre long Gyeong-In Waterway is a major Korean National Government initiative that links the Han River near Seoul to the Yellow Sea at Incheon. The Gimpo marina terminal is situated at the Seoul end of the waterway and will be a hub for passenger ferry and leisure boat activities. The precinct incorporates a marina of approximately 140 berths; a marina clubhouse; a marine maintenance centre; showrooms; condominiums; a sailing school; and vibrant waterfront sub-precincts for eating, nightlife, entertainment and shopping.

Jeju Ocean Marina City, Jeju Island, Korea

Project: Jeju Ocean Marina City
Location: Jeju Island, Korea
Client:  CKIPM Marine Group and Jeju Free International City Development Centre in JV
BPDC Staff Involvement: Total concept planning.
Description: Concept Planning on a site of 136 hectares, on behalf of a private Korean company with whom we have had a long and close association, and the Jeju Government's major development agency. Jeju Ocean Marina City will incorporate hotels, low rise and mid-rise residential condominiums, shopping, tourism attractions, a 400 berth floating marina, vibrant marina-side commercial development, and a marine services centre including a 200 berth dry stack storage. Jeju Island has tourist visitation in excess of 10 million per annum - more than Bali, Hawaii or Okinawa - including more than 2 million foreign tourists.

Johor Bahru Central District Redevelopment Master Plan, Malaysia

Project: Johor Bahru Central District Redevelopment Master Plan
Location: Johor Bahru, Malaysia
Client:  Johor State Government and the City of Johor Bahru
BPDC Staff Involvement: Infrastructure planning; urban planning, urban design, public communication, 3D computer imagery & animation.
Description: A major study to create a Master Plan and implementation strategy for massive private sector-led redevelopment of the Johor Central District – the southern gateway to Malaysia via the Singapore causeway.  The study area covered the CBD of 186 hectares extended to a new Central District of 550 hectares intended to create a modern international city and financial centre.  Awarded a High Commendation in the 1997 Institution of Engineers, Australian Engineering Excellence Awards.

Kuala Lumpur Structure Plan, Malaysia

Project: Kuala Lumpur Structure Plan
Location: Malaysia
Client: The City of Kuala Lumpur
BPDC Staff Involvement: Central Planning Area Urban Design sectoral studies and policy formation; Infrastructure review and policy formulation.
Description: A Malaysian government initiative to prepare a new master plan for the City with a year 2020 horizon and representing the first significant planning review since 1984. The commission included detailed computer modelling and analysis of Kuala Lumpur’s traffic and transportation system.

New Lagoi Bay, Indonesia

Project: New Lagoi Bay
Location:
Bintan Island, Indonesia
Client:
 Bintan Resorts
BPDC Staff Involvement:
Master planning, schematic infrastructure engineering, coastal engineering analysis, environmental assessments, site development and design guidelines, 3D computer imagery & animation.
Description: New Lagoi Bay is a 1,300 hectare site which links two existing Bintan Resort concentrations on Bintan Island.  It is planned to ultimately accommodate more than 10,000 resort hotel keys, a resident population of 7,600 persons, a marina, and a town centre for the entire Bintan Resort conurbation. The conceptual master plan incorporated eleven large (up to 20ha) parcels for integrated resort development, a beach village precinct, a marina precinct, and a range of low to high density residential precincts. It is framed around expansive areas of open space and habitat protection, and is serviced by a functional internal road network hierarchy.

Physical Planning Guidelines for the Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC) and Urban Design Guidelines for Cyberjaya

Project: Physical Planning Guidelines for the Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC) and Urban Design Guidelines for Cyberjaya
Location: Malaysia
Client: Town and Country Planning Department, Malaysia
BPDC Staff Involvement: Preparation of Planning and Urban Design Guidelines.
Description: Physical Planning Guidelines for Malaysia’s Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC), and the Urban Design Guidelines for Cyberjaya being the first of Malaysia’s model cybercities within the 50km X 20km MSC, intended to be the nation’s main development hub in the 21st century. The documents were adopted and published by the Town and Country Planning Department. The purpose of these comprehensive Planning and Urban Design Guidelines was to guide and influence the achievement of urban structure and form in combination with physical and social infrastructure consistent and conducive to the Planning Vision for the MSC and Cyberjaya.

Putrajaya Lake Use Facilities, Malaysia

Project: Putrajaya Lake Use Facilities
Location:
Putrajaya, Malaysia
Client: 
Putrajaya Development Corporation
BPDC Staff Involvement:
Production of the Putrajaya Lake Use and Navigation Master Plan and Emergency Response Plan, a subsequent Action Plan and followed by detailed design and construction supervision of the extensive lake use facilities. Schematic design of the Putrajaya Lake Maintenance and Services Centre was also undertaken.
Description: Strategically located between Kuala Lumpur and the new KL International airport, Putrajaya occupies 4,400 hectares and is planned to accommodate a resident population of 335,000 people, of whom about 70% are likely to be government employees and their families. The 600 hectare lake is at the heart of Putrajaya and is the backdrop to the stately Prime Minister’s residence, Malaysia’s biggest convention centre, the iconic Putra Mosque and headquarters of all federal government departments.

Royal Phuket Marina, Thailand

Project: Royal Phuket Marina
Location: Phuket, Thailand
Client:  Royal Phuket Marina
BPDC Staff Involvement: Broad conceptual planning, including a lock to facilitate a perched inner harbour; Detailed design for earthworks balance; harbour revetment design; master planning for the Stage 2 Inner Harbour residential precinct.
Description: Royal Phuket Marina is situated on the sheltered east coast of Thailand's Phuket Island.  The final development will comprise a marina catering for yachts up to 35m in length,  villas and condominiums and an up-market shopping centre.  Inner and outer marina basins are linked by way of a lock catering for a tidal range of 4.6m within the outer harbour.

Sentosa Cove, Singapore

Project: Sentosa Cove
Location: Sentosa Island, Singapore
Client:  Sentosa Development Corporation
BPDC Staff Involvement: Detailed waterways planning since 1993 including review and detailed revisions to the Spoerry concept; marina planning and layout design; main harbour entrance and harbour revetments engineering design and supervision; Southern Canals entrance, internal revetments and tidal flushing design; design of a seawater pumping facility to raise the water level of a pond between Sentosa Cove and the Serapong Golf Course.
Description: Sentosa Cove, at the gateway to Singapore City, is undoubtedly South East Asia’s most prestigious waterfront development covering 117 hectares including 75 hectares of reclamation, incorporating a major fully tidal marina and semi-tidal canal precincts with capacity for over 650 pleasure craft and 10 mega yacht berths.

Mukim Serasa Local Plan, Brunei

Project: Mukim Serasa Local Plan
Location:  Brunei
Client:  Department of Town and Country Planning, Ministry of Development, Negara Brunei Darussalam
BPDC Staff Involvement: Strategic Master Planning including physical planning inputs for the study; production and management of assorted sectoral studies; and production of the final plan including plan implementation and supporting institutional framework initiatives.
Description: Home to the nation's only sheltered deepwater anchorage, Mukim Serasa is set to undergo rapid transformation on the back of nationally significant industrial developments proposed for the locality. With an attractive coastal setting offering tourism, recreation, and residential opportunity across 3,500 ha, it is poised to evolve into a key centre of district growth and settlement.

Shenzhou Peninsula Resort, China

Project: Shenzhou Peninsula Resort
Location:
Hainan Island, China
Client:  CITIC Pacific
BPDC Staff Involvement:
Marine engineering planning consultancies including coastal engineering analyses, schematic design of navigable ocean entrance breakwaters and a specialist international sail boat racing study. Subsequently appointed for schematic design of marina harbour breakwaters, water edge revetments, a comprehensive marine services centre and a 250 berth marina for the Marina Precinct.
Description: Shenzhou Peninsula covers 38km˛ with ocean beaches and a large tidal lagoon. The first phase comprises golf courses, hotels, serviced apartments, retail, a marina precinct and a navigable ocean entrance.

Mo Dao Island, China

Project: Zhongshan  Marina
Location: Mo Dao Zhongshan, China
Client: Keppel Land
BPDC Staff Involvement: Master planning, schematic infrastructure engineering, detailed hydraulic analyses, 3D computer imagery & animation.
Description: An 87 hectare integrated marina and canal waterways development.  The project is being planned to accommodate 8600 condominium, apartment and bungalow residential units; a yacht club; commercial development; a 220 berth marina; and a marine services centre.  The project also incorporates a navigable lock and a perched canal system. Solutions were devised for major planning and schematic design challenges, including first stage development over soft alluvial soils to 40m in depth, protection from extreme river flooding, and tide driven flushing of the canal system to ensure maintenance of high water quality.

 

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