No applications yet on iconic buildings, says Ahmad Fuad

KUALA LUMPUR: The Kuala Lumpur City Hall has not received any application from developers to build so-called "iconic" buildings in the city, said Kuala Lumpur Mayor Datuk Ahmad Fuad Ismail.

He said he had heard about plans to build such buildings but was still waiting to receive proposals on them.
"In any case, any proposal (to build such buildings) will have to go through the due process," he told reporters after tabling the city's 2010 budget at City Hall on Monday Dec 7.

He was commenting on a news report that three sites have been identified in the city to construct iconic buildings, each about 100-storeys high. The tallest buildings in the city currently are the Petronas Twin Towers which are 88 storeys high.- Bernama
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