act 02/05/1998 MM
THE House Buyers Action Group of Genting Court Condominiums is organising
a dialogue session with the developer, Immetec Sdn Bhd, to discuss issues
relating to the progress of completion works at the site as well as the application
for the temporary certificates of fitness.
Projek terbiar biak aedes
15/05/1998 HM By Norainon Othman; Daut Noor; Mastura Abdul Manaf
AZMI Abd Rahim dari Serdang, Selangor, berkata dia mendapati banyak projek
terbengkalai di sekitar kawasan tempatnya tinggal, lebih-lebih lagi sejak
kegawatan ekonomi negara. Menurutnya, projek terbiar itu menyebabkan banyak
lopak serta takungan air dalam kawasan pembinaan yang menggalakkan pembiakan
New law on
building maintenance 17/05/1998 NSUNT
PENANG, Sat. - Legislation to create the post of a Commissioner of Buildings
is ready for tabling in Parliament. Land and Cooperative Development deputy
minister Dr Goh Cheng Teik said today the commissioners would be appointed
by State authorities, and would be authorised to act against those who flouted
Two ways to
solve issue 18/05/1998 MM
BUYERS of the Genting Court Condominium in Setapak are divided into two factions
on how best to approach the problem of non-issuance of Certificates of Fitness
(CFs) to their new homes. One group is using the passive approach of holding
dialogues and negotiations while the other plans to be more aggressive - by
organising a forced move-in to the apartments.
in a quandary over titles 19/05/1998 MM
RESIDENTS of Taman Wangsa Permai in Kepong are questioning the role played
by the Housing and Local Development Ministry in the sub-division of land
titles to the respective owners. The first phase of the housing project was
completed in 1994, but the residents have yet to receive their master titles
from the developer, Palm Grove Housing Sdn Bhd.
Keeping eye on abandoned projects
THE Petaling Jaya Municipal Council (MPPJ) is monitoring the six abandoned
projects in the Municipality to prevent a dengue epidemic. Council president
Datuk Mohd Nor Bador said the project sites are potential breeding grounds
for aedes mosquitoes.
Nabbed for trying to steal
metal pieces from abandoned project 22/05/1998 MM
SIX men were detained while trying to load metal pieces from an abandoned
project site onto two one-tonne lorries about 7pm on Wednesday along Jalan
Tunku Munawir in Seremban. Seremban OCPD Assistant Commissioner Mak Chee Onn
said the suspects, aged between 35 to 50 years, are being held pending investigations.
on house ads 22/05/1998 MM
ENFORCEMENT officers of the Housing and Local Government Ministry are keeping
tabs on brochures and advertisements on new housing schemes for misleading
information. They travel around the country to double-check the available
information as the public seldom tip off the division.
Cracks in homes
get bigger at drilling site 26/05/1998 NST-LTIMES
THE spectre of collapsing houses is all too real for residents of Bukit Setiawangsa
when the little cracks on the walls of their homes got bigger after the Geological
Survey Department carried out drilling and pumping activities at the playground.
The residents fear for their safety.