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Inland port project to continue after seven-year wait

The Star 24/11/2004

THE longstanding problem of 522 shoplots at the Nilai Inland Port has finally been resolved, Negri Sembilan Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Mohamad Hasan said. 

He said during a recent meeting with the buyers, the state government agreed to help to revive the project which had been idle for the past seven years. 

“We felt that the project should proceed as it was already 90% complete. 

“The buyers have agreed to pay about RM14,000 each to complete the remaining parcel to enable the project to obtain a certificate of fitness.  

“This win-win situation will benefit both the buyers and the state government,” he said, adding that the money would be collected from the buyers’ committee and put into a special infrastructure fund to oversee the progress of the project. 

Mohamad said when all the arrangements were in place, work to revive the project would commence and hope it would be ready next year. 

Currently, the project had been placed under the Insolvency Department after the developer faced financial problems despite having sold all the shoplots. 

On a separate matter, Mohamad said the Negri Sembilan Government would summon the management of NS Water Consortium to re-negotiate the terms and conditions in their agreement. 

He said the state government decided to review all existing agreements with the private sector to ensure it did not lose out in the long run. 

“The aim of privatisation is to lessen the burden of the government and as such, if we stand to lose, it defeats that purpose,” he said.  


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