Special offer for original
purchasers 03/04/1995 MM
THE developer of a revived condominium project in Jalan Klang Lama is offering
its original buyers a unit at special prices. The gesture by Maxrise (M) Sdn
Bhd to purchasers of the abandoned Greenwood Condominium was welcomed by the
latter last Saturday
Living without elevators and
in fear of cracks 04/04/1995 MM
THOUGH the flooded basement of Menara Kemboja was almost cleared, residents
are still without the 15-storey apartment's twin elevators and fearful of
cracks in the building. The recent wet spell had caused the basement car park
of the police quarters in Jalan AU15/56 to be flooded.
Developer fined for omission
in adverts 05/04/1995 NST
KUALA LUMPUR, Tues. - A housing developer was fined a total of RM6,000 by
a magistrate's court here on six counts of contravening the provisions pertaining
to advertisements as specified in the Housing Developers (Control and Licensing)
Regulations 1989. MWE Properties Sdn Bhd was fined RM1,000 on each charge
of having failed to state in its newspaper advertisements the number of units
in its Wisma Indah project offered for sale.
THE concrete beam that held up the front porch of two link houses in Taman
Sri Kelana, Kelana Jaya, collapsed yesterday morning - raising fears over
the quality of construction. The owner of one of the two houses, businessman
Lim Mong Teom, 43, said he is worried whether other parts of the house are
also shoddily built.
Maple keeping quiet
MAPLE RESOURCES SDN BHD, the developer of the SS7 Kelana Jaya housing estate
where a porch beam of one of the houses suddenly collapsed, has been keeping
silent over the incident. House owner Lim Mong Teom and his family were rudely
awakened on Wednesday morning by a loud crash to find the concrete porch beam
resting on their Proton Saga which was parked under the porch.
strata titles 13/04/1995 MM
THE owners of four-storey apartments in Kampung Lapan, Malacca, are worried
about not getting strata titles for their units as its developer wound up
in 1992. Many have almost repaid their loans but have yet to see the titles
blamed for collapse 15/04/1995 NST-CITYX
DESILTING of a monsoon drain by the Hulu Langat District Council, compounded
by heavy rain, is believed to be behind the collapse of the retaining walls
of two houses in Taman Cuepacs, Cheras, on Thursday. The worst affected was
the house belonging to Caroline Dasan which has been left teetering on the
edge of the collapsed portion beside the drain.
Down the drain
- literally! 17/04/1995 MM
THE Hulu Langat District Council and Taman Cuepacs (Phase 1) Residents Association
have been taken to task over the collapse of a monsoon drain retaining wall
affecting two houses. The incident, which occured about 6.15pm on Thursday
during a downpour, confirmed residents' worst fears over the weakened wall
as it partially collapsed in 1991 and 1993.
claim 17/04/1995 MM
JC&MC Sdn Bhd, the original developer of a revived condominium project in
Jalan Klang Lama, has dismissed claims by buyers that they were kept in the
dark over how the project had changed hands. A JC&MC representative came to
The Malay Mail recently with copies of letters as proof that the company had
corresponded with 71 purchasers through their respective lawyers since December.
to pay for repairs 18/04/1995 NST-CITYX
HELP is on the way for the owners of two houses in Taman Cuepacs which have
been affected by the collapse of an adjacent retaining wall. The Hulu Langat
district council has allocated RM100,000 from its emergency fund for immediate
want proof of letters 19/04/1995 MM
THE Greenpark Heights action committee chairman, Hans Peter Ham, claimed he
never received a letter informing him of the project having changed hands.
Being one of the buyers of the previously abandoned project originally developed
by JC&MC Sdn Bhd, he said the company representative's claims of having sent
letters to 71 purchasers through their lawyers on the matter were untrue.
Indera Mahkota house buyers
sue developer 21/04/1995 NST
KUANTAN, Thurs. - A total of 134 house buyers in the Indera Mahkota housing
estate near here filed individual suits against the developer, the Pahang
State Development Corporation, in the magistrate's court here seeking damages
together totalling RM763,341 for defective workmanship.
RM30mil spent to subsidise
low-cost housing 23/04/1995 NSUNT
BESUT, Sat. - The State Government has spent more than RM30 million to subsidise
the construction of low-cost houses to ensure that the prices of such units
are maintained at RM25,000 each. Menteri Besar Tan Sri Wan Mokhtar Ahmad said
without subsidisation, the cost of each low-cost house would be between RM5,000
and RM10,000 more and would not be within the reach of those in the lower-income
Condo developer under probe
after complaints 25/04/1995 NST
KUALA LUMPUR, Wed. - The Housing and Local Government Ministry is investigating
a Johor Baru-based developer for allegedly offering a letter to purchase its
condominium units to the public when it did not have a housing developer's
licence and an advertising and sales permit. So far, Southcon Development
Sdn Bhd had collected deposits ranging from RM12,000 to RM25,000 from about
Flats residents pin hopes on
Ti 29/04/1995 NST
KUANTAN, Fri. - Indera Mahkota flats residents who are having sleepless nights
for fear they might be buried alive due to major structural defects and cracks
in their units have put their hopes on their newly-elected representative.
Indera Mahkota State Assemblyman, lawyer Ti Lian Ker, has pledged to solve