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Y Complex Co., Ltd._Environmental Impact Assessment for Y Complex Project

This report has been prepared by a third party, E Guard Environmental Services Co., Ltd. for Y Complex Co., Ltd. for the project of Y Complex Project located at Plot No. 11-A/15-16-17, Land Survey Block No. 68/45D, Dagon Township, corner of Shwedagon Pagoda Road and Pan Tra Street, Yangon City, Yangon Region, Myanmar. The project proponent, Y Complex Co., Ltd. is a holding company from Singapore for investments into real estate development in Myanmar. The proposed project is the development of mixed-use property development and management of office and hotel complex to undertake services and property management. The project will serve both tourism and commerce by providing a five-star hotel and first-class working facilities for offices. The purpose of the EIA process of YCP is to identify key environmental issues specific to the proposed project or the receiving environment (receptor).

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Additional Info

Field Value
Geographic area (spatial range)
  • Myanmar
  • Environmental impact assessments
  • Infrastructure
Document type Environmental Impact Assessment
Contracting Parties
  • Y Complex Co., Ltd.
Government Entity (multiple)
  • Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation
Disclosure Mode Released by government

No license given

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Version / Edition 1
Language of document
  • English
  • Burmese
  • Yangon
Links to source,
Granted area 1.59
Party's obligation in the implementation of the project

The proponent is responsible for ensuring that the performances of the project activities are in accordance with the Environmental Management Plan developed and in an environmentally sound manner. The Project Proponent shall also submit monitoring reports to the Ministry not less frequently than every six (6) months, as provided in a schedule in the EMP, or periodically as prescribed by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation.

Open Contracting Identifier ocds-miumsd-d3b7aac4-a200-437c-9cf3-5f8157d96bef
Date uploaded December 13, 2019, 07:21 (UTC)
Date modified February 4, 2020, 05:10 (UTC)