RESIDENTS have expressed
concern over an abandoned project near the Giant Supermarket in Subang Jaya.
They said the building was a sore sight to motorists.
They said the project, named Subang Jaya Twin Towers, had been abandoned
for more than 10 years and marred the image of Subang Jaya.
Some residents have also expressed fear that a retention pond in the area
could become a breeding ground for the aedes mosquitos.
The abandoned project near the Giant Supermarket in Subang Jaya.
A check by Star Metro found that the abandoned project was visible
to motorists who travel between Giant and the Summit Shopping Complex.
A green-coloured hoarding, placed by the roadside, has collapsed, thereby
offering a clear view of the partially completed buildings from the main
Some of the construction materials have also been left behind at the
Subang Jaya assemblyman Datuk Lee Hwa Beng said he was aware of the
abandoned project and assured residents that there was nothing to fear.
He also said the Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) had filled up the
pond with fishes two years ago.
This, he said, prevented the pond from becoming a mosquito breeding area.
“The fishes are still there.’’
On the site being an eyesore, Lee said the council would not be spending
money to cover up the area as it was a private project.
“We will need about RM20,000 to block the view,'' he said.