Landscape architecture as an entity of property development in Wilayah Persekutuan, Putrajaya

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Ahmad Nasyution bin Abdul Razak
Anuar Alias


This study explores the relationship between landscape architecture and property development. Landscape architecture emphasizes the nature of conservation, development of public parks, city parks, local parks, artificial forests, lakes, recreational areas, outdoor recreation centers, open space systems and other components of landscape architecture in providing opportunities and benefits for real estate development. Backed by ample literature review, this study reveals the significant relationship between land, real estate and landscape architecture. Landscape architecture which provides an open park and green space can be expanded to benefit the social, environment and economy through optimal used of space in property development project. Hence, this study discusses the objectives which are to determine significant factors in the development of landscape architecture, to identify the importance of landscape architecture in real estate development, and to assess the relationship between landscape architecture and property development land. This study involved 50 respondents from renowned developers; Putrajaya Holdings Sdn Bhd (PJH), Selangor State Development Corporation (PKNS), the local authority; Putrajaya Corporation (PPJ), Kajang Municipal Council (MPKj), relevant agencies; Valuation and Property Services Department-JPPH (Ministry of Finance), Department of Town and Country Planning (Peninsular Malaysia), developers registered with ReHDA and residents / property owners in the study area. To conclude, this study offers adequate benefits to policy makers, also relevant agencies such as the local authorities, landowners, property developers, the relevant professionals and communities on the positive effects and significant relationships between landscape architecture and property development.

Keywords: landscape architecture, real estate, property development, relationship, assess


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