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Old January 22nd, 2010, 10:36 AM   #561
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City & Country: Changing landscape

Written by City & Country Team
Monday, 14 December 2009 00:00

The property development landscape in Seri Kembangan is becoming more interesting with
more players getting into the act.

Among them are Equine Capital Bhd and LBS Bina Bhd, both of which have presence in the southwestern side of Seri Kembangan. Equine Capital has four projects that span about 700 acres — Taman Equine and next to it the mixed development of Putra Permai, Permai Park and Pusat Bandar Putra Permai.

Equine Capital plans to launch a semidee housing project on a 34-acre tract in Taman
Equine by 1Q2010. Details are not immediately available.

LBS Bina boasts two projects — the 277- acre Taman Pinggiran Putra and the 80-acre
Kota Perdana. The developer had handed over some 4,593 apartments, 2-storey link houses
and semidees valued at RM485.3 million in Taman Pinggiran Putra since 2001; and some
1,955 apartments, link houses and semidees in Kota Perdana since 2002. The two townships have been fully developed.

Elsewhere, the 12-acre Bayan Villa@Bukit Ikhlas, a freehold project developed by Bukit
Ikhlas Development Sdn Bhd, is located between Taman Universiti Indah and Seri Kembangan Business Centre. Offering 430 homes with built-ups of 840 to 2,242 sq ft, this project is scheduled to be handed over this month. These homes cost RM230,000 to RM500,000.

Behind the Selangor wholesale market is the 92-acre Alam Sanctuary, a project to be developed over five to six phases. The guarded community features a six-acre boutique park and jogging track and has a gross development value (GDV) of RM280 million. Developer Permatanah Sdn Bhd handed over the fully sold Phase One, comprising 70 link homes and 44 semidees, in March this year.

Phase Two, with 82 units of 2 and 2½- storey link homes, has also been sold. Phase
3, launched in August this year, consists of 46 units of 2-storey semidees and 81 two-storey super link homes. At press time, about 80% has been sold.

Located next to Taman Equine is Taman Desaminium, a 400-acre housing project of
Desaminium Jaya Sdn Bhd. The project comprises two major phases — Taman Desaminium
Flora and Taman Desaminium Rimba. While Desaminium Flora offers 3-bedroom apartments,
Desaminium Rimba offers 5-bedroom apartments.

Landmark developments
To the east of Seri Kembangan lies the landmark developments of the Mines Resort City, the Selangor Turf Club and the Mines Waterfront Business Park. There are also the high-end housing projects such as Gita Bayu, The Heritage, Palace Residence Suite and Bluwater Estate.

The Mines Shopping Fair is a shopping mall with a built-up of 1.7 million sq ft. It was developed as one of the several components of the Mines Resort City, including the Palace of the Golden Horses, Mines Resort and Golf Club and the Mines Wonderland. In August 2007, Country Heights Holdings sold the mall to Singapore-based Capitaland Ltd for RM435 million. The latter will inject the mall into a real estate investment trust it plans to launch soon. The mall has been recently refurbished to cater to the growing affluence of its catchment areas.

Clearwater Group
The Clearwater Group has two projects in Seri Kembangan — The Heritage and Bluwater Estate. The group is helmed by Dian Lee, eldest daughter of Tan Sri Lee Kim Yew, who is the founder of Country Heights Holdings.

The RM500 million The Heritage, located opposite Mines Shopping Fair, comprises an
8-storey office tower called The Heritage Tower (135,000 sq ft), five residential blocks (The Heritage Residences) and a 2-storey retail podium named The Heritage Village (120,000 sq ft).

The Heritage Residences offers 842 studio, 2 and 3-bedroom units in five 18-storey condominium blocks. It was launched in 2007 and some 98% has been sold. The Heritage
Village has been fully leased.

The RM2.5 billion Bluwater Estate spanning 256 acres is located at the back of The
Heritage. The project features a 51-acre lake and is an eco-focused high-end housing
development comprising cluster semidees, bungalows, lakeside luxury villas, twin villas, mid-rise and high-rise apartments with double-gated security.

The lake will be the anchor for Bluwater Estate’s green club house called the Blu°water
Private Club. Also featured will be a nine-acre horse ranch and riding school.

Gita Bayu
The award-winning RM560 million gated housing project, spanning over 118 acres, is developed by Yee Seng Heights Sdn Bhd. A total of 390 units comprising bungalow lots, town villas, garden villas and hill villas have been launched under Phase One since 1997. All have been sold. The developer plans to launch 48 bungalows and 11 boutique shops in the next two years.

In terms of planning and design, Gita Bayu can measure up to some of the Klang Valley’s exclusive addresses, but the former loses out in accessibility.

iProp Realty Sdn Bhd managing director Victor Lim says high-end homebuyers generally prefer areas like Damansara and Mont’Kiara rather than Seri Kembangan, as the latter is not considered “high-end as a whole”.

He means that one has to drive past low to medium-cost areas before reaching the highend development.

Lim is also speaking from experience. For more than a year, he has been trying to market a bungalow in Seri Kembangan. From an initial asking price of RM3.6 million, the owner has since reduced it to RM2.7 million but there is still no buyer in sight.

Mines Waterfront Business Park
Located next to the Palace of The Golden Horses hotel is Country Heights Holdings’Mines Waterfront Business Park. Phase One was completed in March 1997, offering a total net lettable area of 246,202 sq ft, which is now about 94% occupied with an average rent of RM3.53 psf. Phase Two, which has yet to be launched, will have a net lettable area of 345,204 sq ft. Details of the two phases are not immediately available.

The developer plans to launch next year the RM400 million Palace Residence Suites,
located on a 4.2 acre leasehold tract next to the hotel. About 386 units with built-ups ranging from 778 to 4,077 sq ft will be offered at an average indicative price of RM2,000 psf.

On the Selangor Turf Club (STC) located within the vicinity of the Palace of The Golden
Horses, it was reported in 2007 that Berjaya Land Bhd’s subsidiary Selat Makmur Sdn Bhd has been selected for a RM640 million project involving the relocating and building of the new STC in Rawang.

According to the report, the club has proposed to sell its existing land in Sungai Besi
to Selat Makmur for RM640 million to be paid for in land, buildings and cash. STC will, in return, get a 300ha tract in Sungai Tinggi, Ulu Sungai district, near Bukit Beruntung, Rawang, together with a “modern leadingedge racecourse of international standards with ancillary buildings” to be built by Selat Makmur at a cost of RM605 million. STC will also receive RM35 million cash.

The existing site has to be relocated because of traffic congestion and unsuitability of the land for horse racing.
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Sime Darby Property seeks partners to develop landbank
By Sharen Kaur
Published: 2010/01/26

SIME Darby Property Bhd (SDPB), the property arm of Sime Darby Bhd, will form joint ventures with both local and foreign property developers to help develop its 14,800ha of landbank in the country.

"One of the strategies we have adopted is to accelerate the development of our landbank through joint ventures. We are now talking to a few parties," SDPB managing director Datuk Tunku Badlishah Tunku Annuar told Business Times in an interview.

He declined to name the potential parties.

According to sources, SDPB has chosen Sunrise Bhd and IOI Properties Bhd as its joint venture partners to begin with.
Tunku Badlishah also said SDPB will launch RM2 billion worth of properties this year, amid prospects of an economic recovery gaining strength.

It will launch properties ranging from affordable to high-end homes and landed to high-rise within its 10 existing townships in the Klang Valley.

The townships include Subang Jaya, Bukit Jelutong, USJ Heights, Bandar Bukit Raja, Ara Damansara, Denai Alam, Melawati, Nilai Impian, Planters' Haven and Putra Heights.

Tunku Badlishah said SDPB is cautiously optimistic that the property market will do better this year as there is strong interest among buyers.

He cited the developer's recent sale of houses in Denai Alam and USJ Heights, where each home was priced between RM500,000 and RM1.5 million and were fully taken up.

Sime launched Mandara in USJ Heights over the weekend and sold 54 per cent of the 98 units of two-and-half-storey terraced houses available for sale.

Two weeks ago, it launched Clover Park in Denai Alam, comprising 81 units of double-storey link houses. It sold 75 per cent of the homes in just two days.

Last November, Kayangan Puteri in USJ Heights was launched. It consists of 125 units of double-storey superlink homes, of which 14 per cent of the units are remaining.

"I was pleasantly surprised by our sales achievement. The success of these launches is testimony to the recovery of the property market. In times of uncertainty, people would buy from a reputable developer and we have the edge over this," Tunku Badlishah said.

He added that SDPB's "Buy Now" promotion had also helped to bolster sales. It offers buyers a "Guaranteed Buy Back" scheme, coupled with innovative financing packages.

"We will launch a loyalty or premier club programme in March, which will further strengthen our position in the market place. Under this plan, the more properties one buys from us, the more benefits they stand to get.

"We are talking to all the divisions within the Sime Darby Group such as automotive to see what they can offer for our customers. We hope to put in place everything by March."
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Yap: Langat 2 project will be in Hulu Langat
By CHARLES FERNANDEZ
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THE RM8bil Langat 2 water treatment plant, to be built on a 9ha site in Bukit Serdang to cater for the Klang Valley and Putrajaya consumers, has been whittled down to a 22 million litre capacity reservoir.

Former Serdang MP Datuk Yap Pian Hon was not amused by the information provided by Subang Jaya municipal councillor Tai Cheng Heng at a press conference late last month.

“The people have been misinformed and this has caused unnecessary panic among the residents in Seri Kembangan, especially those in Bukit Serdang, where the project was to be built,’’ Yap said.

Yap had written to the Energy, Green Technology and Water Ministry seeking confirmation on the proposed project when some of the land owners went to his office, disturbed by the news report and wanting to know if their land would be taken over.
On track: The 9ha site in Bukit Serdang where the water treatment plant (Langat 2) will be built. — filepic

It was reported that the MPSJ would issue the development order but little was known on when the project was expected to start.

The MPSJ also said it would hold discussions with the parties involved in the project and a final announcement would be made by council president Datuk Adnan Md Ikhsan on Dec 17, but there has been none so far.

The latest “news” on the project is that it is on hold due to concerns on its impact on the environment and safety.

Even the number of plots affected by the project varied from one news report to another.

“The whole issue is now clear. Ten plots have been acquired, with four more pending, for the reservoir project. The Langat 2 water treatment is still in the pipeline but it would be in Hulu Langat district,’’ Yap said.

The reservoir will be built about 500m away from the nearest house and the project is expected to start in mid-February 2011.

It was first reported by MPSJ councillor Tai Cheng Heng that the site was a former Malay Reserve land and now owned by 14 people and that the authorities had so far acquired 12 plots and they were expected to acquire the remaining two by the end of the of the year.

Yap refuted the numbers, pointing out that the former Malay Reserve Land in Kampung Kuyuh was owned by 30 individuals and not just 14.

Recently Tai said the site is made up of 22 plots of land, with 20 acquired and two still pending but all these claims have been put to rest with the ministry saying that the number of plots involved is 14.
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Sime Property, Sunrise in JV for RM1b property project
Written by Darlene Liew
Tuesday, 26 January 2010 11:53

KUALA LUMPUR: Sime Darby Property Bhd and Sunrise Bhd have formed a partnership through a 50:50 joint-venture (JV) company named Sime Darby Sunrise Development Sdn Bhd.

The JV company will develop three lots of freehold commercial land measuring 20.95 acres in the 180-acre Bukit Jelutong. Its gross development value is estimated to be RM1 billion.

Sunrise said on Tuesday, Jan 26 the JV is expected to create a development in Bukit Jelutong that will fetch high property value and appreciation to all stakeholders.

"Through the market know-how of Sime Darby Property in Bukit Jelutong and the property development know-how of Sunrise in large scale strata development, the JV is intended to liven up the predominantly residential Bukit Jelutong township," it said.

Sunrise said the proposed development is estimated to have a gross development value of RM1 billion and it will have a built-up area of approximately 2.7 million square feet, consisting of retail, shop offices, office suites and service apartments.

It added the development of the integrated retail, commercial, office, lifestyle and entertainment centre is timely as it will fulfill the immediate and long term needs of the Bukit Jelutong community as well as the catchment area of greater Shah Alam.

Sunrise said the proposed development will provide shopping convenience and easy access to services for the 25,000 residents and working population
in strategically located Bukit Jelutong, which has good access to a series of highways.

"The proposed development will be launched and developed in five phases from 2011 onwards. The overall development is expected to be completed in seven years from the launch of the first phase," it said.
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Sunrise said the proposed development is estimated to have a gross development value of RM1 billion and it will have a built-up area of approximately 2.7 million sq ft, consisting of retail, shop offices, office suites and service apartments.

It added the development of the integrated retail, commercial, office, lifestyle and entertainment centre is timely as it will fulfill the immediate and long term needs of the Bukit Jelutong community as well as the catchment area of greater Shah Alam.
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Selangor Aiming For 6-7 Per Cent Growth This Year

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 26 (Bernama) -- Selangor aims to record six to seven per cent growth in gross domestic product (GDP) this year from a contraction of 3.87 per cent last year, Menteri Besar Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim Tuesday.

The services sector will continue to be the main driver for the state's growth this year, he said, adding that the sector contributed 61.4 per cent of the state's GDP last year, followed by the industrial sector.

"Selangor, being the most developed state in the country, has been making the trend of being two per cent ahead of the national GDP," Khalid said at the Malaysia Strategic Conference here Tuesday.

"We expect both (the services and industrial) sectors to grow even more rapidly to quicken the rehabilitation of our economy," he said.

Khalid said Selangor was transforming its economy from being manufacturing-based to a higher value-added sector.

The state has taken proactive measures to cushion the impact of the economic downturn by launching its own stimulus package, he said.

The stimulus package was being utilised for Klang river basin rehabilitation, revival of abandoned projects, urban renewal, increasing paddy yield, enhancing public transport and restructuring of the water services industry.

Khalid said efforts were made to attract domestic and foreign investments in projects through public-private partnerships and private funding initiatives and these were expected to bring in RM50 billion in investments in a decade.

These initiatives were also expected to create 150,000 job opportunities, he said, adding that most of these efforts were still in the planning stages while some had already yielded results.

Selangor managed to secure a total of RM3.89 billion in investments last year, which was 15.5 per cent of the total investment in Malaysia.

Khalid said the paddy yield project carried out in Sabak Bernam and Kuala Selangor had increase the state's paddy yields, with some areas experiencing up to 24 per cent increase.

"This, in turn, increased the income of farmers," he said, adding that the five-year project was targeted to cover 18,355 hectares of land between 2009 and 2013.

On urban renewal, Khalid said the state government had identified Petaling Jaya, Klang, Ampang and Kajang as appropriately in need of regeneration initiatives.

"All in all, an approximate total of 2,375 hectares have been identified in the local plans and draft plans of Petaling Jaya, Klang, Ampang Jaya and Kajang, which are ripe for for regeneration and redevelopment," he said.

Petaling Jaya will be used as a model of urban regeneration for all the other areas, he added.

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Selangor Identifies New Industrial Hubs

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 26 (Bernama) -- The Selangor state government has identified Serendah, Subang, Klang Valley 2 and I-City Shah Alam to be its new industrial hubs.

Menteri Besar, Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim, said the surrounding areas of the Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Airport in Subang would be developed for aerospace industry and Serendah in Kuala Selangor for automotive sector.

"Meanwhile, Klang Valley 2, Selangor Science Part 2 and KLIA Aeropolis projects and I-City Shah Alam will be the first digital community in Malaysia.

"We look forward especially to the development of I-City. In the future this will be a vibrant area in which to work and play," he said at the Malaysia Strategic Outlook Conference 2010 here Tuesday.

Khalid said coupled with quality education centres, the I-City was expected to attract more interest towards Shah Alam, the capital of Selangor.

He said the state would also explore the possibilities of getting involved in biotechnology, aviation and green sectors.

Khalid said the state's population was expected to grow by 2.9 per cent to 7.3 million in 2020.

In 2008, Selangor's population was 5.07 million, he said.

"In Malaysia, Selangor is the state with the highest net in-migration, recording a 9.5 per cent in 2003.

"It is also the nation's most urbanised state," he said.

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IOI Properties upbeat, plans new launches



Property developer IOI Properties Bhd expects sales to grow by 30 per cent for its current fiscal year ending June 30 2010, driven by the launch of two phases of its "16 Sierra" residential development.

"We expect to achieve sales of about RM850 million this year. However, that is only a conservative target," said its general manager of marketing and business development, Lee Yoke Har.

She said sales for the first seven months of the current fiscal year have already exceeded the company's previous year's sales of around RM650 million.

IOI Properties general manager Teh Chin Guan is optimistic of the general property outlook this year in line with the worldwide economic recovery.

The company has a slew of ongoing developments, namely in Bandar Puchong Jaya and Bandar Puteri Puchong, Selangor.
Both these township developments sprawl over 404ha, with Bandar Puchong Jaya already 80 per cent developed and Bandar Puteri Puchong on its last leg to completion.


Teh said IOI Properties has no plans to halt new launches.

On the drawing board are property developments next to IOI Resort, Putrajaya and plot of land within the Jalan Ampang embassy enclave in Kuala Lumpur.

The Putrajaya project is a mixed commercial development that includes office towers, shop houses and a shopping mall.

"We are doing some groundwork at the site now. We are relocating the existing golf course to make way for the development plan," Teh said.

The development which may be launched in 2 to 3 years spreads across 162ha and is expected to keep the company busy for about 15 years.

At the Jalan Ampang site, IOI Properties plan to build a "super condo" on a small plot of land.

"We are actually submitting the plans for the high-rise residential development. The launch time depends on the market conditions. There is no hurry to launch. I think we want to construct it first," added Lee.

Meanwhile, the 216ha 16 Sierra project with a gross development value (GDV) of RM2 billion is planned as a green township, offering 16 garden themes.

IOI Properties will launch Precinct 8, the first phase of 16 Sierra, today , which features 147 residential units starting from RM448,900 each.

It will also open bookings for the 104 units in the second phase of Precinct 8.

The total GDV of Precinct 8 is RM130 million.
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Selangor Proposes To Build 1,442 Semi-D Houses To Settle Bukit Botak Issue

SHAH ALAM, Feb 1 (Bernama) -- The Selangor government proposes to build 1,442 semi-detached terrace houses on 55.8 hectare of land under the Bukit Botak development plan to resolve the housing issue for the relocation of squatters in Bukit Botak, Selayang.

The Press Secetariat of the Selangor Menteri Besar's Office in a statement Monday said the houses will be sold to settlers and owners of land in the area at RM90,000 although the actual market value was estimated to be around RM175,000.so generous meh?...

With three bedrooms and two bathrooms, and built on 2,200 square feet with a modern design, and with high commercial value, the project is expected to be ready in 20-40 months and will give Bukit Botak a new image.

"The development proposal can only be carried out after the cancellation of the agreement between the residents and the previous developer following the taking over of the Bukit Botak land," the statement said.

According to the statement the taking over of the land from the developer as announced by the state government was to return the rights of the residents.

The statement said settlers and land owners who agree to the proposal have to sign a form issued by the Gombak Land Office before more forms to affirm house ownership can be drawn up.

"For those who agree with the proposal but do not wish to stay in Bukit Botak or those who do not qualify for a bank loan, the state government can sell the houses on their behalf at a commercial value and give the money from the sale to them," the statement said.

"For those who do not agree to the Bukit Botak development plan, they are only qualified to receive compensation for the taking over of their land by the state government and have no right to the house that will be built," it added.

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Bukit Botak settlers get three options to end wait

PETALING JAYA: After more than 20 years, 1,422 settlers from the beleaguered Bukit Botak squatter resettlement project have been given three options to end their long wait.

Selangor Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim made known the proposals after holding a dialogue with the settlers in Batu Caves yesterday.

One proposal allows the settlers to buy houses at RM99,000 each, provided they stay on in Bukit Botak.

For those who do not want to stay, the units are to be re-sold to the Selangor Development Corporation at RM170,000 each.


Thirdly, if the settlers do not agree to buying the houses, they will be given compensation from the state government. The amount is said to be about RM10,000.

“The most important thing is the proposals address 237 settlers’ problems whose land lots were deemed unfit for development, and another 365 who were not registered as owners despite paying premium for the land,” said Khalid.

The Star highlighted the controversial Bukit Botak squatter resettlement issue on May 8 last year.

It was revealed that of the 1,364 settlers to be allocated with land lots, 81 were below 18 years old.

It was also discovered that grassroots politicians, who were not staying in Bukit Botak, had obtained land lots as well.
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Sunrise's Bukit Jelutong Project To Focus On Retail Properties

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 3 (Bernama) -- The Bukit Jelutong township will be developed with focus on quality retail properties, Sunrise Bhd's assistant general manager, branding and community development department, Anne Tong, said Wednesday.

Currently, most of the area residents needed to drive to Petaling Jaya, Kuala Lumpur or Klang for their shopping needs due to the lack of retail premises, she said.

"As of now, we won't be able to tell you specifically as the project is still under planning but rest assured it will be something big," Tong told reporters after the launch of MyKasih's "Love My Neighbourhood" Programme here.

The project will cater to a wider market and most importantly, the residents, she said, adding that Bukit Jelutong is a vast area for Sunrise to develop.

Sunrise is known for its innovative luxurious developments in the Mont' Kiara enclave.

Last month, Sime Darby Property Bhd and Sunrise announced that they would jointly develop three lots of freehold commercial land measuring 8.38 hectares in the Bukit Jelutong township.
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The project, located opposite the Sime Darby Pavilion area, has an estimated gross development value of RM1.0 billion.

Both companies have formed a 50:50 joint venture company, Baywood Avenue Sdn Bhd, to undertake the project.

At Wednesday's event, Sunrise contributed RM25,000 to support the welfare programme introduced by MyKasih Foundation a year ago.

The contribution will be used to subsidise the purchase of basic food items for 25 selected households for one year.

Tong said the company, which recently launched the Sunrise Education Foundation a non-profit organisation to provide scholarships, will work together with MyKasih on education programmes for needy members of society.

MyKasih's "Love My Neighbourhood" Programme uses the technology developed by ePetrol Holdings, a subsidiary of Dialog Group, to ensure all donations reach targeted recipients via their MyKad.

The application is an added feature to MyKad which allows it to act as a payment instrument.

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if u see closer... it's actually "BORDORS"
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Old February 19th, 2010, 07:55 PM   #578
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Not only that,Diesel becomes 'DESEL',lol this is hilarious!
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Old February 21st, 2010, 01:07 AM   #579
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Selangor sedia RM5 bilion pulih rumah terbengkalai

GOMBAK, 20 Feb: Kerajaan Negeri Selangor menyediakan RM5 bilion bagi memulihkan projek perumahan terbengkalai sebagai salah satu daripada enam fokus utama melalui Pakej Rangsangan Ekonomi negeri yang diumumkan pada 2009.

Pengerusi Jawatankuasa Perumahan, Pengurusan Bangunan dan Setinggan negeri, Ir Iskandar Abdul Samad, berkata pemulihan itu akan dapat membantu rakyat di samping menjana ekonomi negeri.

Menurutnya, langkah memulihkan perumahan terbengkalai dilihat sebagai usaha murni membantu pembeli yang kebanyakannya golongan berpendapatan sederhana dan rendah yang tidak dibela sejak sekian lama, akibat menanggung hutang pinjaman walaupun rumah belian mereka tidak dapat disiapkan.

Pada masa yang sama, katanya, aktiviti pemulihan yang melibatkan kos sebanyak RM5 bilion serta kesan gandaannya dijangka akan dapat merancakkan ekonomi negeri dengan menggerakkan kembali sektor pembinaan, terutamanya di kalangan kontraktor kecil dan sederhana.

“Ini selaras dengan usaha kerajaan negeri mengambil pendekatan merakyatkan ekonomi dengan memastikan aktiviti ekonomi melibatkan golongan terbesar iaitu golongan berpendapatan rendah dan sederhana,"

Beliau berkata, program pemulihan itu juga merupakan salah satu bukti kejayaan pendekatan kerjasama kerajaan swasta (private finance initiatives) yang diambil oleh kerajaan negeri, yang memainkan peranan memudahkan kelulusan, mengemaskini pantauan dan mengukuhkan pertanggungjawaban di pihak kontraktor, sementara pihak swasta menyumbangkan modal dan kepakaran untuk memulihkan projek perumahan.

Majlis pelancaran Program Pemulihan Perumahan Terbengkalai Negeri Selangor diadakan hari ini di perkarangan perumahan penduduk Taman Ukay Bistari, Hulu Kelang.

Selain beliau, hadir sama di majlis itu ialah Pengerusi Jawatankuasa Khas Pemulihan Perumahan Terbengkalai negeri, Saari Sungib, Ahli Parlimen Gombak yang juga Adun Bukit Antarabangsa, Azmin Ali dan Adun Lembah Jaya, Haji Khasim Abdul Aziz.

Iskandar yang juga Adun Chempaka berkata, beberapa insentif baru kerajaan negeri dalam usaha mempercepatkan pemulihan perumahan terbengkalai seperti mewujudkan satu jawatankuasa induk yang akan memantau kemajuan setiap projek yang diambil alih dan memastikan semua projek berjalan lancar mengikut jadual.

Menurutnya, perjumpaan mesyuarat bulanan akan dipengerusikan sendiri oleh Anwar yang dianggotai Exco, Lembaga Perumahan dan Hartanah Selangor (LPHS), Jawatankuasa Khas Pemulihan Perumahan Terbengkalai Kerajaan negeri, majlis-majlis berkuasa tempatan, wakil penduduk dan semua pihak yang terlibat.

“Penubuhan Jawatankuasa Induk akan mempercepatkan keputusan dan kelulusan dalam usaha memulihkan perumahan terbengkalai,” ujarnya.

Katanya, kerajaan negeri juga akan menyuntik bantuan dalam bentuk underwriting atau jaminan bayar balik bagi projek yang tidak dapat dipulihkan oleh pihak swasta dengan melibatkan kontraktor baru melalui tender terbuka.

Tambahnya, kerajaan negeri menyediakan geran bayar balik kepada perunding-perunding perumahan yang berminat untuk menyelamatkan projek perumahan yang terbengkalai.
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