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Segamat is a district situated in the most northern part within the state of Johor. It is bordered with state of Negeri Sembilan and Pahang in the north east. Located between Kuala Lumpur, Johor Bahru and Singapore, Segamat is a district where agricultural sector is growing rapidly such as oil palm and rubber, are mostly grown in estates under the FELDA, a resettlement land scheme and as well as FELCRA. The name of Segamat is believed is derived from a combination of two French words ‘Segar-Amat’ meaning Very Fresh. Segamat is famous for its fruits, especially durian. As a tourist attraction, a new slogan has been introduced which is known as 'Welcome to Segamat – the Land of King of Fruits’.

 

CHRONOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS OF SEGAMAT

YEAR

ITEM

1970-an

Highway Tun Razak was built to spur economic hub Segamat as agriculture, shortening the trip to Kuantan and to expedite the process of development in underdeveloped areas in southern Johor Pahang. The branch campus of Technology University of  MARA (UiTM) was built in Jementah at the end of the 1980s  and begins its operation in 1991. The construction of the campus in Segamat thus making Segamat as another major educational hub in Skudai, Johor where the Technology University of Malaysia is located.

1996

Segamat Inland Port was built, thus making Segamat another major transportation hub, like Nilai in Negeri Sembilan. With the construction of the inland port, manufacturers only need to send the goods to Segamat Inland Port whereby the goods will be delivered to the nearest port of Pasir Gudang by train and this can increase the efficiency of transportation.

1999

Jambatan kedua Segamat, dibiayai terutamanya oleh pemaju swasta telah dibina bagi mengurangkan kesesakan di jambatan utama. Jambatan tersebut dimasukkan sebagai sebahagian pakej Jalan Lingkaran Dalam Segamat yang terdiri daripada kerja naik taraf kepada jalan 4 lorong di Jalan Pemuda, Jalan Hassan, Jalan Pee Kang Hai dan Jalan Chia Chin Koon, siap pada Ogos 2005. Jalan lingkaran dalam tersebut amat berguna bagi mengalihkan aliran lalu lintas apabila jalan-jalan utama di pusat bandar ditutup bagi upacara khas seperti Hari Kebangsaan

 

 

 CHRONOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS OF SEGAMAT

Year Items

 

 

the era of 1970

Highway Tun Razak was built to spur economic hub Segamat as agriculture, shortening the trip to Kuantan and to expedite the process of development in underdeveloped areas in southern Johor Pahang. The branch campus of Technology University of  MARA (UiTM) was built in Jementah at the end of the 1980s  and begins its operation in 1991. The construction of the campus in Segamat thus making Segamat as another major educational hub in Skudai, Johor where the Technology University of Malaysia is located.

1996

Segamat Inland Port was built, thus making Segamat another major transportation hub, like Nilai in Negeri Sembilan. With the construction of the inland port, manufacturers only need to send the goods to Segamat Inland Port whereby the goods will be delivered to the nearest port of Pasir Gudang by train and this can increase the efficiency of transportation.

1999

Segamat second bridge, funded mainly by private developers was built to reduce congestion on the main bridge. The bridge was included as part of the package of Segamat Inner Ring Road that consists of upgrading the 4-lane road in Jalan Pemuda Jalan Hassan, Jalan Pee Kang Hai and Chia Chin Koon, which was completed in August 2005. The inner circle is especially useful for easing of the traffic flow when the main streets in the city centre are closed for special ceremonies such as National Day celebration.

ADMINISTRATIVE ORGANIZATION OF SEGAMAT DISTRICT

The historic organization of Segamat District Land Administration was started by the Sultanate of Malacca. The Segamat Land Office was firstly operated in the city centre, having its address at B57, Jalan Omar and the operation runs from 1918 until 1957. Subsequently, it was moved to a new building that was originally the home of a government official but has been renovated into a two-storey building located in JKR 348, Taman Bukit Hampar nearby Taman Batu Hampar. Subsequently, in 1995/ Segamat Land Office has moved to a new building at KM5, Jalan Genuang which also housed the Segamat District Office.

 

 

Old Building at B57, Jalan Omar

Officials House Building at JKR348, Batu Hampar

The department is governed by a Land Administrator and are assisted by three Assistant Land Administrators, were placed in 4 main divisions. The primary role of this position is to manage all matters pertaining to land in the area of Segamat District. The department is accelerated by 7 units / parts; namely:

·         Administration Unit / Finance,

·         Land Development and Disposal Unit.

·         Registration Unit.

·         Revenue Unit.

·         Enforcement and Technical Unit

·         Information of Technology Unit

·         Legislation Unit.

 

Sub-Units under the administration of Segamat Land Office are as follows:

No.

Districts                                              

Area                                                 

1.

Buloh Kasap

26,158.88 Ha

2.

Gemas

30,043.86 Ha

3.

Jabi

13,985.93 Ha

4.

Sungai Segamat

18,129.91 Ha

5.

Sermin

12,172.94 Ha

6.

Gemereh

2,071.99 Ha

7.

Jementah

22,791.89 Ha

8.

Labis

42,216.80 Ha

9.

Pogoh

16,291.02 Ha

10.

Mukim Bekok

78,476.63 Ha

11.

Chaah

18,388.91 Ha

Overall Total

280,728.76 Ha

 

 

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