Land Custody and Development Authority (LCDA) was established in June 1981 as a state-owned statutory body with the objective to be the catalyst in land development in Sarawak. LCDA core business activities include Urban and Property Development, Plantation Development and Projek Rakyat. LCDA has subsidiaries and associates companies with group assets worth over RM1.6 billions. After more than 30 years in the business, LCDA aims not only to be the catalyst of growth and development but also the catalyst of change.
LCDA has contributed significantly towards land development in the state. LCDA has teamed up with the private sector to synergize both property and plantation development in the state by mobilizing the financial resources, capital and management expertise of the private sector in the joint development of projects which are geared towards generating economic development and wealth for the state and its people.
LCDA has contributed in adding new landmarks in Kuching city and other major towns for both residential and commercial complexes and urbanization of the rural areas and improvement of the existing small towns. As a catalyst, it spearheads the development of growth centre in the State, renewing old towns and establishing new township to provide and improve basic amenities and infrastructures for the benefits of rural as well as urban populace.
The Preferred Land Developer In Sarawak
We Implement Land Development Projects Throughout Sarawak To Improve Socio Economic Well-being Of The Community In A Sustainable Manner While Achieving Organizational Profitability And Creating Value For Our Stakeholders
WE ARE ALL very important PEOPLE
An Organization without US has no LIFE
NOW WE AFFIRM
As a team WE can bring OUR Organisation forward to
achieve its GOAL and OBJETIVES
WE TRULY BELIEVE
WE WORK AS A TEAM AND WILL
Into a more VIBRANT, PROFITABLE And
SUSTAINABLE ORGANISATION ONE THAT IS
The concept behind this logo is to signify LCDA’s role in residential, commercial, agricultural and industrial development. The leaf in the foreground symbolizes agriculture, forestry, greenery which play a vital part in Sarawak’s growing economy. The triangular arrow-head symbolizes modernisation in terms of residential, commercial, agriculture and industrial development, construction and urban progress. At a glance, the logo portrays progress working in harmony and unison towards a common objective: success and prosperity of the State.