Kuala Lumpur Master Plan

To create a lively city, both day and night, it is intended to increase the population of the City Centre to 245,600 people in 2020 from 128,721 in 2000. The employment of the City Centre in 2000 was 396,036 and is projected to be about 438,010 by 2020.

The City Centre’s traditional role as the major residential and commercial areas of the Kuala Lumpur and its conurbation (KLC) has been eroded by new development in other urban and suburban centres in the KLC and the relocation of federal government offices to Putrajaya. Forward-looking strategies are essential to bring people back to the City Centre and create a quality working and living environment that will capitalise upon the recent investment in modern infrastructure for the City.

With several upcoming enhancements to the Housing estate, future residents of Millerz Square can expect a better quality of life living in the vicinity.

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