Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Balikpapan Build Rp 4 T Coastal Road

BALIKPAPAN - Pemerintah Kota Balikpapan, East Kalimantan, is developing a new business center on the beach along the eight miles. This business center extends from the Sea Port of Passenger Ship to shore Semayang Sepinggan (near the airport Sepinggan).

"Coastal marine bay road, approximately 150 meters from the shoreline with a length of eight pounds. So that will be done in accordance with the reclamation plan side," said Chief Investment Agency Integrated Services Licensing (BPMP2T) Asranuddinsyah, in Balikpapan, East Kalimantan, Tuesday (4 / 8 / 2009).

Currently only three private companies interested in developing coastal areas in Balikpapan. New business center in this coastal area would later be developed into coastal road as Malaysia and Singapore.

Asranuddinsyah said, adopting the concept of coastal road that has been successfully developed in Singapore and Malaysia. There, the coastal road to developing office buildings, malls, hotels, restaurants, until the vertical housing. "This is in accordance with the city of Balikpapan in services and trade," he said.

According Asranuddinsyah, the city government (local administration) have offered this road coastal development since 2002 with a total investment value reaching Rp4 trillion. After a routine promotion to various business meetings and to the developers.

"Has anybody interested, and they will be included in the tender but after we get the technical guidance of the Minister of Home Affairs (Mardiyanto)," he concluded.

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