AHMAD ZAMIL BIN ZAKARIA
NUR HANIM BINTI ILIAS
srm0081/08Msc Tourism Development, HBP, USM
IsDevelopment At Lumut Waterfront Sustainable?
According to B. Ann, R. Dick (1996), by definition we consider the bay,lake, pond and river, including the man-made, under the generic term
“waterfront”. Because of the range of geography, po
pulation andtypes of waterfront project, it should be obvious that there can be nosingle set criteria by which one project is included, another not.Philosophically we are opposed to formulas. Instead, we looked ateach work individually, nothing, for instance, such characteristics as
the amount of public access at the water’s edge, the civic contribution,and the “fit” of the project in scale, material and style, be it bold,
modern or an adaptive reuse of a former warehouse.