Art Discourse #Throwback
Heritage cities in the developing nations, including Malaysia, currently face intensified urban problems as a result of rapid population growth, economic development and population growth. The introduction of new townships at the edge of many historic cities in Malaysia has exposed them to severe pressure of commercialization, poor design and cultural uniformity that has faded away their place identity.
Nik Mastura Diyana Mohamad
- Master’s degree in town planning from the University of Wales, Cardiff, United Kingdom
- Senior Deputy Director in the Physical Planning Division, Department of City Planning (current)
Achievement / Involvement:
- Involved the Kuala Lumpur Structure Plan 2020 and the Local Plan
- Secretariat in managing development projects under the NKEA
(National Key Economic Area) initiative Greater KL/Klang Valley
- Involved in the formulation of the Kuala Lumpur Low Carbon Society Blueprint 2030
(KL LCSB 2030)
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