Concept of non-fence house in gated community case study: Emerald Rawang / Nor Hasyyati Mat Junoh

Mat Junoh, Nor Hasyyati (2010) Concept of non-fence house in gated community case study: Emerald Rawang / Nor Hasyyati Mat Junoh. [Student Project] (Unpublished)


In the current development plan, the more creative people to create peace and tranquility in a life. Housing development concept of "gated community" is measured as the best way to ensure a comfortable living area and harmony. Previously the concept of "gated community" focused on areas such as the rise residential condominiums and apartments, but has now shifted towards the development of housing schemes "landed property". Indeed that the community has accepted this concept and indirectly make it a marketing trend current housing Project. The issue of security is the main agenda of the powerful supply of housing units in the scheme of the development of "gated community" that is equipped with security either manually or using automated systems. However, whether consciously or not, the concept of development is not in accordance with existing legal basis is for the development of "landed property" is subject to the provisions of the National Land Code and the application of the Strata Titles Act is not the right choice. Although there is some residential "gated community" which is maintained and monitored by local authorities, but the restriction of the public on public roads is a serious offense. Thus in order to achieve real goals and suitability of housing development "gated community" the study was conducted to find alternative housing concepts that can be applied and comply with the provisions of the law the main aspects of compliance with existing laws and physical characteristics of the concept residential "gated community" safeguarding the interests of all parties. In addition, the proposed study also provides guidance to local authorities, housing developers and individuals to ensure appropriate implementation of the concept of the development of "gated community" in providing a safe living, comfort and "privacy."


Item Type: Student Project
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Mat Junoh, Nor Hasyyati
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Mustafa, Suriyana
Subjects: N Fine Arts > NA Architecture > Architectural drawing and design
N Fine Arts > NA Architecture > Details and decoration
N Fine Arts > NA Architecture > Housing
Divisions: Universiti Teknologi MARA, Shah Alam > Faculty of Architecture, Planning and Surveying
Programme: Bachelor of Property Management (Hons.)
Keywords: Gated community, Safe living, Comfort, Privacy
Date: 2010
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