Malaysia Vision Valley (MVV) is the new growth corridor spanning 153,411 hectares covering districts of Seremban and Port Dickson located in the state of Negeri Sembilan. MVV has been identified as one of the nation’s 17 Promoted Development Zones; and has been earmarked to be the extension to the Greater Kuala Lumpur conurbation. MVV is formed to serve as the economic catalyst for the Eleventh Malaysia Plan 2016 – 2020 as well as being part of the Malaysian National Development Strategy (MyNDS).
The project is expected to attract about RM290billion of investment over 30 years, creating numerous new jobs and business opportunities. MVV is strategically located adjacent to and south of Greater Kuala Lumpur region. Its proximity and interrelationship with Greater KL region provides a distinct advantage compared to other economic regions in the country. MVV is also linked to the international arena through the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), which is 30 minutes away. Furthermore, the proximity of MVV with the Greater KL region, which hosts key cities of Kuala Lumpur, Shah Alam, Petaling Jaya, Putrajaya and Cyberjaya, means that MVV is closely connection to major economic centres. The North-South highway (“NSE”), KTM commuter rail, LEKAS, and ELITE highway and the soon-to-be completed Nilai-Labu-Enstek (“NLE”) toll free highway serve to provide enhanced connectivity and mobility to both talent and businesses between the two regions.
b. MVV Vision & Mission
d. Governance –
a. 7 Heartbeat Projects
b. 4 Economic Drivers
c. List of Initiatives and Action Plans
Parcel A (2,838 acres)
The theme for the MCP is High-Technology and Industrial Park (“HTIP”). The concept of HTIP is to transform the industrial areas within MVV through the adoption of new and emerging technologies and innovations. The HTIP will be positioned as an industrial development of international standard, utilizing methods and equipment which are environmentally friendly and aligned to the nation’s green agenda.
The main components of Parcel A will be industrial, residential, commercial, private institutions, eco-development and Transit-Oriented Development (KTM Labu Station). The strategy in the MCP is designed for the creation of an industrial township; emphasizing on large corporations and small and medium-sized enterprises (“SME”), research and development (“R&D”), data processing facilities, high-technology industrial manufacturing and high technology campus.
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Sekretariat Malaysia Vision Valley (MVVS)
Executive Floor, Aras 18, Menara Mains,
Jalan Taman Bunga, 70100 Seremban