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Melaka Historic

City Council
(Majlis bandaraya Melaka bersejarah)



STUDENT ID: 2018617812
History of MBMB

• In 1824, it was called "The Town and The Fort of Malacca", administrated by the "Committee
of Assessors" under the British Government.
• In 1848, The East India Act XIX recommended the formation of a "Municipal Committee" to
replace the "Committee of Assessors". The act allocated five council members led by a
"Resident Councillor" which were known as the Municipal Commission.
• On 1st January 1887, the Straits Settlement Municipality Ordinance has approved the
municipal area of 1.4 square miles and was enlarged to 4.2 square miles in 1930 under Act
133 in 1913.
• On 1st January 1977, through Act 171 (1976), the Melaka Municipality Area was merged with
the Historical Melaka City Municipal Council (MPMBB) with an administrative power over an
area of 114.7 square miles (303 square kilometres).
• Administration area of MPMBB has developed at the same rate with the overall
development of Melaka where focus has been given towards the agricultural, industrial,
and currently the tourism sectors. The infrastructural growth is very pronounced, comparable
to any developed state in Malaysia. This condition has increased the rate of which investors
have come to invest and therefore increase the number of jobs available.
• On 15th April 2003, MPMBB was upgraded to Melaka Historic City Council (MBMB).
• On 1st January 2010, another Local authority was established called Majlis Perbandaran
Hang Tuah Jaya (MPHTJ). The MPHTJ administration area covers 57.66 sq. km of the Melaka
Historic City Council (MBMB). While MBMB are is 270.39 sq. km. The new MBMB administration
area is 30.86 sq. km.
MBMB leading to the world class cosmopolitan city.


1. Developed and developing the sustainable cities.

2. Strengthen the corporate governance with integrity.
3. Maintaining the culture and heritage.


1. To actualise MBMB into a strong, dynamic and excellent organisation.

2. Become the prime mover towards a more developed and dynamic Malacca
Historical City.
3. To maximise the level of services to the community.
4. To muster the roles of the community in a more excellent manner.

1. Planning city development continuously and strengthen city functions as

cultural centre, commercial, education and administration.
2. Make Malacca an advanced city.
3. Generate economic activities through commercial planning, industrial,
tourism and financial sector through integrated licensing policy.
4. Make Malacca as a 'Garden Inner City' by planting trees and flowers in
public long way and area with design furniture, road lighting and
pavement perfectly and orderly.
5. Ensure healthy and clean life by monitoring solid waste disposal, sewage
system and grass cutting perfectly and orderly.
6. Build and maintain infrastructure development to fulfil social claim and
improve people's standard of living and tourists.
7. Planning, coordinate and implementing programmes and social
activities in effort promoting unite and harmonic’s plural society.
Logo Flag

Blue colour symbolizing unity

Red colour symbolizing courage in upholding dynamic administration

White colour symbolizing clean, pure and noble character

Yellow colour symbolizing height of dignity

Green colour as ‘Malacca City Green Technology’ and symbolizing

Organisation Chart