Work to revive the abandoned Bandar Air Putih housing
project in Balik Pulau, Penang, has begun and is expected to be
ready in November next year.
Lembaman Development Sdn Bhd director Amir Hussain Abdul Majid
said the double-storey semi-detached and terrace houses would be
completed by July and that the medium and low-cost apartments would
be ready by November.
“You can kick me if this project is not completed by November
next year,'' he told the buyers at the Hari Raya celebration and
meet the buyers session at the project site yesterday.
JKP Sdn Bhd has been appointed the turnkey contractor and
Belleview Group the development and marketing manager of the
Located 2km from Balik Pulau town, the housing
project comprised 152 double-storey units.
The first phase of the project was supposed to have been
completed in 2002.
“The prices of the units have been increased by RM30,000 and
RM50,000 for new buyers,'' he said, adding that the new prices of
double-storey terrace units range from RM240,888 and semi-detached
units from RM330,888.
“Plans are in the pipeline to connect the housing estate to Jalan
Tun Sardon and a main trunk road will also be built to Bayan Lepas,''
he said, adding that it would be the largest premier township in the
State Housing, Culture, Arts and Heritage Committee chairman Syed
Ameruddin Syed Ahmad said, with the revival of the abandoned Air
Putih project, he could now declare the district free of abandoned
“All the three abandoned projects have been revived,'' he said in
his opening speech.