JKG Land Berhad

Northern Region

JKG Land Northern Region (JKG Land North), has been principally involved in property development and property investment in Kedah Darul Aman for more than three decades.

It is an established name with a solid reputation, especially in developing affordable quality properties with delivery on a timely basis. JKG Land North is now strengthened by a synergistic working relationship with JKG Land Central Region (JKG Land Central).

JKG Land North develops mainly residential projects, commercial offices and light industrial factory buildings for small and medium industries. It has always been the Group’s policy to move in tandem with the Government’s aspiration to satisfy the housing needs of the lower income group of the population. The Group has to date developed more than 14,600 units of various type of properties, out of which approximately 12,000 units or 83% were affordable homes.

Currently the Group’s development projects are concentrated in Kulim, one of the fastest developing districts in the state of Kedah.

JKG Land North headed by Dato’ Ir Chuah Chin Ah JP, Executive Deputy Chairman, and Dato’ Thor Poh Seng, Executive Director, continues its long run of successes under the new name. Both have accumulated extensive experience in the industry and enjoy the support and guidance of Tan Sri Dato’ Tan Hua Choon, the Chairman of JKG Land Berhad Group, who has been involved in a wide range of businesses for more than 45 years.

Dato’ Ir Chuah Chin Ah JP and Dato’ Thor Poh Seng are the driving force behind the Northern Region’s growth and are responsible for the overall business development and formulation of the Group’s strategic plans and policies.

The Group has a team of experienced, dedicated and loyal workforce that has continuously contributed significantly to the Group’s success. A majority of the Group’s key personnel has been with the Group for more than ten years, contributing valuable expertise to the Group’s operations.

Dato' Ir Chuah Chin Ah JP (left)
Dato' Thor Poh Seng (right)