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Community Farm for

Teratai Low-Cost

Apartments


Proposed Site

Location

PROPOSED SITE AREA NEAREST

TERATAI LOW COSTS APARTMENT

BLOCK NO. 5 & BLOCK NO. 6


Community urban

Our Farm proposed Overview community urban farm will transform an overgrown vacant lot into a

productive space that residents will take pride in.

Low-income apartment residents will be able to grow their own nutritious, organic

vegetables, herbs and fruits, while enjoying the outdoor space. The farm will be

designed for bio-intensive food production as well as accessibility for community

groups including children, old folks, special needs individuals and those with disability.

The farm will also incorporate sustainable practices such as composting and

recycling of construction waste.

Divisions of use:

1. Growing Areas

i. Family-managed grow beds

ii. Communal growing area

iii. Fruits trees

iv. Herb beds

2. Infrastructure

i. Shelter/workshop space

ii. Nursery

iii. Tool Shed

iv. Composting site

v. Water storage & watering system

vi. Signage

vii. Fencing


Capability

statement

Who we are

Ecocentric Transitions designs solutions

for an environmentally sustainable

future.

We do this by;

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Facilitating experiential projects

that give insights to sustainable

living

Being a Catalyst for multi

disciplinary approach towards

localised solutions

Campaigning the value of

decentralised services towards

improved livelihoods

Coaching a community of practise

for environmental and social

responsibility

Combined, Nisha and Lymun have 10

years of experience in design,

implementation and coaching

sustainable living based projects.

Past clients include ASTRO Kasih

Foundation, Berjaya Group and Levis.

Ecocentric was winner of the British

Council Entrepreneur for Good Award

in 2013 and is part of the Malaysian

Environmental NGO coalition.


www.ecocentrictransitions.com

For more information, email us at

info@ecocentrictransitions.com

or call Nisha/LyMun 019 368 9890

/ecocentrictransitions

@ecocentrictransitions

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