KUALA LUMPUR: The people's safety and well-being should be given top priority when approving hillside development, president of the Malaysian Association of Social Impact Assessment (MSIA) Prof Datin Dr. Asmah Ahmad said on Dec 6.
PETALING JAYA: Members of the public will from Tuesday, Dec 8, 2009, be able to get hold of the declassified report on the Bukit Antarabangsa landslide which occured exactly a year ago, the Selangor state government said in a press release on Dec 6, 2009.
TAMPIN (Negri Sembilan): The Ampang Jaya Municipal Council (MPAJ) can finally make public the investigation report on the Bukit Antarabangsa landslide.
Works Minister Datuk Shaziman Abu Mansor said Saturday Dec 5 the government has approved the MPAJ's request to publicise the report following the decision reached at the Cabinet meeting on Friday.
Getting the Best of Both Worlds
For many years, a “Home Sweet Home” sign could not be hung up in the apartments of Subang USJ19’s Rhythm Avenue as the development was abandoned in 2001. The project was 90% complete, but the financial woes of the then developer Sanjung Utama Sdn Bhd caused work to stop.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Securities Commission has granted Atrium REIT Managers Sdn Bhd a six months extension up to April 15, 2010 to appoint a new chief executive officer (CEO), following the resignation of former CEO, Lim Pang Kiam on Oct 15.
CYBERJAYA: The Selangor State Development Corp (PKNS) plans to turn the Selangor Science Park 2 (SSP2) located near Cyberjaya, Selangor into a Solar Valley.
“We plan to `solar-ise’ the whole of SSP2,” said PKNS Head of Business Development Norzila Sidek, adding that this can be done by attracting solar manufacturing industry players to invest in SSP2.
KUALA LUMPUR: Property developer SP Setia Bhd Group believes that the recent devaluation of Vietnam’s currency will not affect its development ventures there.