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TOWN PLANNING RESEARCH COLLABORATION

RESEARCH COLLABORATION Research and Development Division, Federal Department of Town and Country Planning (FDTCP), Peninsular Malaysia invites local and overseas researchers, professional bodies and research organisations to collaborate with FDTCP in researching, sharing and enrichment knowledge in the area of urban planning and development. General framework for (1) models, (2) methods (3) general areas and (4) contemporary subjects of research collaboration are listed in following sections. For details, please refer to the Research Collaboration Coordinator as below:

Updated

12.08.2012

Coordinator : Dr. Alias Rameli International Policy Evaluation and Research Unit Research and Development Division, FDTCP Peninsular Malaysia Email : alias@townplan.gov.my Phone : 603-2081 6000 / 019-7117700 Fax : 603-2094 1170


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ALTERNATIVES MODEL FOR RESEARCH COLLABORATION

FDTCP

Public and Private Higher Learning Institutions

FDTCP

Government Research Agency / Centre E.g.: KETTHA, EPU, INTAN, IRDA, NAPIC, NAHRIM, INSTUN, INSPEN, etc.

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Professional Bodies / NGOs E.g.: MIP, PAM, MNS, WWF, Badan Warisan.

International Agencies E.g.: JICA, DANCED, British Council.

MHLG (KPKT) E.g.: JPN, JKT, PPSPN, Bomba, HOLGI, Bahagian Dasar

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT DIVISION, FDTCP PENINSULAR MALAYSIA


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METHODS FOR RESEARCH COLLABORATION Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) / Agreement (E.g.: PPZU dan Univ. Malaysia

Sabah).

Research Grant from agency – JICA, DANCED,

WWF , IRPA.

Joint-Study (without MOU) – E.g.: FDTCP

and UTM KL (urban design study).

Formation of Expert Team – according to

specific subjects.

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RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT DIVISION, FDTCP PENINSULAR MALAYSIA


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GENERAL RESEARCH AREAS FOR COLLABORATION Land Resource Management

Tourism Urban Design Heritage and Conservation Sustainable Development Transportation Environment Housing and Community Development Land Use Planning Modelling

Rural and Regional Development Updated

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CONTEMPORARY SUBJECTS FOR RESEARCH COLLABORATION Compact City, Livable Compact City

Mixed Use Development Green Neighbourhood / Green Township / Green Urbanism / Green Iniatives Sustainable Development Low Carbon Society / Low Carbon City Smart Growth Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Development Impact Assessment (DIA) Social Impact Assessment (SIA) Updated

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BAHAGIAN PENYELIDIKAN DAN PEMBANGUNAN, JPBD SEMENANJUNG MALAYSIA


Research Collaboration by JPBD SM