Residents of Jalan Kasah in Medan Damansara, Kuala Lumpur, do not want their residential terrace houses to be converted for limited commercial use by City Hall.
The Kuala Selangor District Council (MDKS) will be renting out shoplots from the Bandar Melawati bus and taxi stand, and one shoplot from the Sungai Buloh Bazaar.
A whistleblower group and a former student activist lodged a police report today over Majlis Amanah Rakyat's (Mara) purchase of properties in Australia.
“We cannot just sit, wait and do nothing for 10 years. We need to take medium-term measures like widening our roads.”
A businessman looking into procuring land in Teluk Gong for a factory has claimed he was required to pay an inducement in exchange for a speedy land conversion process.
Pasir Pinji assemblyman Howard Lee said there had been numerous complaints about the rubbish strewn across the road between Masjid Zainal Abidin and the Kuan Woh Yuen settlement area.
The Wall Street Journal quoted sources as saying that Sime Darby, the world's largest palm oil producer, had also put on hold earlier plans to raise funds in a bid to reduce its debt, which stands at RM19.7 billion at the end of September according to stock exchange filings.
Stakeholders in Brickfields, Kuala Lumpur, hope that a new RM26 million Kuala Lumpur City Hall-built car park on Jalan Thambipillay will reduce illegal and haphazard parking in the area.
Those working on its rehabilitation know it has still some way to go before it can move past the blots in its recent history left by the deaths of two children.