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GMJT 2054

URBANIZATION &
INDUSTRIALIZATION

BANDAR DARULAMAN
SUHAILA BINTI ARIFFIN s232701
MUHAMMAD SAIFUL BIN ZAKARIA s232756
NAGATHARISINI A/P SUKUMARAN s234430
NUR AQILAH BINTI MOHD ROZI s235114

PRESENT STATE OF THE


AREA
modern pattern and luxury
developed by BDB Land SDN. BHD.
over 1500 acres developed
population increase about to 5000
6000 peoples
most of the resident is educated and
wealth

TYPE OF VARIOUS
DEVELOPMENT
many new facilities developed
efficient road
more accessibility
electricty
water
shop for groceries and other daily
needs

health level
religious centre like mosque
more safe
a) police station
b) rescue team
education level increase

ATTRACTION
Lake of Darulaman (DAman Lake)
water ski
golf resort
jogging track
water rafting
kayak sport
botanic landscape developed along
road
flower park

MAP OF BANDAR
DARULAMAN

PAST STATE OF THE AREA


Darulaman city is a new residential area located in the
town of Jitra.
Formerly it was known as Pekan Tanah Merah, Jitra.
Higher education in Bandar Darulaman area before 2006,
- Institute of Teacher Education Darul Aman (IPDA).
Politeknik
(POLIMAS).

Sultan

Abdul

Halim

Muadzam

Shah

In 2000, population of Mukim Naga was about 32,313


people.
The population of Darulaman city stood at 2,600 people.
Taman Siswa 2 made after their UUM temporary campus
in Darulaman city.

INFRASTRUCTURE AND AMENITIES


AVAILABLE IN THE AREA
Education
1. University of Utara Malaysia
*It was officially established on 16 February 1984.
* The temporary office of UUM is housed in a building in
the Jitra city until Darulaman Jitra Campus prepared.
*Construction of the campus while costing RM96 million.
*Within six months of the first phase is completed and a
total of 295 students started a pilot study on July 7, 1984.

2. Politeknik Sultan Abdul Halim (POLIMAS)


Located in Darulaman city, approximately 25 kilometers from Alor
Setar.
POLIMAS established in February 1984.
It was known as Politeknik Alor Setar and he laid his dormitory
building of Sekolah Menengah Teknik Alor Setar.
POLIMAS aims to train students of SPM and SPMV to produce
professional manpower in engineering and commerce.
3. IPG Campus of Darul Aman
One of the 27 campuses of the Institute of Teacher Education (IPG).
Since his move from Maktab Perguruan Lembah Pantai in 1990.
IPG Campus of Darulaman has handled a variety of courses and
programs related to education and teaching either planned by the
Ministry of Education, Division of Teacher Education or the IPG
Campus of Darulaman own.

Commercial activities
Trading
Services
Industrial (Industrial Estates in Darulaman)

Facilities
In 1989, the road network in the study area
including North-South, federal roads, state roads
and local roads which are along the 272 km.
Highway to four lanes and two-way along the 35
km of this intersection, interchange, namely in
Kepala Batas, Darulaman City and Jitra.
Federal roads and state roads become an
important route for travel within the study area

LAND USE MODEL WITH SIMILARITIES


AND DIFFERENCES
Urbanization Pattern for Darulaman City more to Multiple
Nuclei Model.

Multiple Nuclei Model

The ideas to develop city of


Darulaman is purposely to create a
better state which will benefitting the
state its self (Kedah) by gaining a
profit from the development.
The construction company Bina
Darulaman Berhad (BDB) that will
handle this project, and also known
as a subsidiary of the kedah state
development corporation (STDC).

Luxury condominium
namely Condo 900

Darulaman Golf & Country Club


Tourist were attracted to visit the city
enjoy using the facilities at DGCC
there will be a lot of job opportunities

Darulaman Park (Daman Park)


covers an area of 91.7 acres
the attraction place that mostly visited by the tourist and local citizen

Darulaman City
Facilities (educational facilities (schools), residential areas, retail
shops, mosques)
Lifestyle environment (playgrounds, recreation areas, a jogging track
around the lake, the mosque and the club house).

URBANIZATION
PATTERN
Urbanization pattern is about population
shift from rural and urban area.
Agglomeration economies
Facilities and infrastructure
Job opportunity
Strategic location

Positive
Communities

IMPACTS OF
URBANIZATION
Negative
Socially
economically

Socially
Environmentally
Economically
Environmentally

WAYS TO OVERCOME THE NEGATIVE IMPACTS

Help from the government


Cooperation of local residents

Ways to ensure positive


urbanization in future
Improve the standard of living
Improve the infrastructure and
communication systems

CONCLUSION
URBANIZATION
In light of this observation, combined with the positive
impacts or urbanization outlined above, it is clear that
the main challenge at present is not that of slowingdown urbanization, but of learning how to cope with
rapid urban growth. In recognition of the role of cities
as engines of economic development, there has
recently been a resurgence of interest in urban
management as the main tool for coping with rapid
urban growth and the positive demographic and socioeconomic impacts of urbanization.

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