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Old June 23rd, 2009, 10:13 PM   #101
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Old June 24th, 2009, 05:35 AM   #102
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Keramat Mall to have new wet market, car park
2009/06/23
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Datuk Raja Nong Chik Raja Zainal Abidin (second from right) and Kuala Lumpur mayor Datuk Ahmad Fuad Ismail (right) with the hawkers and petty traders from the Datuk Keramat market.

KUALA LUMPUR: The controversy surrounding the Keramat Mall market complex is finally resolved, allaying earlier fears that it will become another white elephant in the city.

After months of delay, the hawkers and petty traders from the existing Datuk Keramat market have agreed to move into the new market complex -- but it will cost the government an additional RM15 million.

This is because a separate block will be built to house the wet market and a four-storey elevated car park.

"The proposed block is an extension to the completed Keramat Mall and it is expected to be completed in three years," said Federal Territories Minister Datuk Raja Nong Chik Raja Zainal Abidin after chairing a meeting with representatives of the Datuk Keramat Hawkers and Petty Traders Association at City Hall headquarters.


"The land is occupied by shophouses, including workshops. Upon completion, there will be 600 parking bays for both traders and customers, an increase from the current 256 lots in the complex.

"This time around, the Datuk Keramat Hawkers and Petty Traders Association will be directly involved in the design and planning," said Raja Nong Chik.

It was reported that members of the association were upset as they were not consulted prior to the construction of the RM70 million building located opposite the Damai light rail transit station.

They had refused to move into the complex, claiming that the facilities at the new complex were inadequate, including the service lifts and loading bays.

Their complaints had prompted Raja Nong Chik to visit the area last month and he had promised to look for a solution.

Raja Nong Chik said the additional cost would include the acquisition of land for the annexe.

The retail space in the complex which had earlier been earmarked for the traders from the wet market will now be occupied by traders selling products like handicraft.

Apart from the 124 lots targeted for the wet market, the complex also houses 190 stalls, a foodcourt, a multipurpose hall and 256 parking bays.

Raja Nong Chik said the stalls, foodcourt and multipurpose hall will operate by the end of the year.

Meanwhile, association chairman Shoid Chee was happy with the outcome of the meeting.
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Old June 24th, 2009, 07:27 AM   #103
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Kemelut Keramat Mall selesai

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KERAMAT Mall dijangka mula beroperasi Oktober ini apabila peniaga barang kering berpindah masuk.

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KUALA LUMPUR 23 Jun - Kemelut yang melanda pasar baru Keramat Mall hampir selesai.

Bagaimanapun, jalan penyelesaiannya menyaksikan kerajaan terpaksa menambah peruntukan sebanyak RM15 juta lagi untuk pembinaan bangunan baru bagi menempatkan peniaga barang basah.

Ketika ini, kos pembinaan pasar baru Keramat Mall telah pun mencecah RM56 juta dan apabila ia siap sepenuhnya kelak, kosnya sudah pasti menjadikannya pasar awam termahal di negara ini.

Kos yang begitu tinggi itu sebahagiannya adalah demi memenuhi beberapa tuntutan peniaga selain akibat masalah projek yang tertunggak. Secara keseluruhannya, pembinaannya kini telah memakan masa kira-kira 10 tahun.

Dan, ia sebenarnya hanya akan siap sepenuhnya tiga tahun lagi dengan keputusan terbaru Kementerian Wilayah Persekutuan dan Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur (DBKL) untuk membina bangunan tambahan yang dikhususkan untuk lebih 124 peniaga barang basah.

Bagaimanapun, bahagian yang telah siap dijangka memulakan operasinya pada Oktober ini, yang akan diisi oleh peniaga barang kering termasuk di gerai berkunci.

Bangunan tambahan yang baru pula akan mengambil tempat di lot tanah bersebelahan Keramat Mall iaitu yang berhadapan dengan stesen transit aliran ringan (LRT) Damai.

Projek yang merupakan jalan penyelesaian terhadap kemelut yang berpunca daripada keengganan para peniaga Pasar Datuk Keramat berpindah ke Keramat Mall itu diumumkan oleh Menteri Wilayah Persekutuan, Senator Datuk Raja Nong Chik Raja Zainal Abidin di sini hari ini.

Sebelum itu, beliau selepas mengadakan pertemuan hampir dua jam dengan Persatuan Penjaja-Penjaja dan Peniaga-Peniaga Kecil Melayu (PPPKM) Cawangan Datuk Keramat di Menara DBKL di sini.

Program pemindahan peniaga-peniaga di Pasar Datuk Keramat tertunda beberapa kali akibat keengganan mereka berpindah ke pasar baru itu atas beberapa sebab.

Antaranya para peniaga merasakan lokasi pasar basah di dalam Keramat Mall tidak strategik dan tidak berpuas hati dengan reka bentuk petak gerainya. Selain itu mereka menuntut tempat pemunggahan ditambah dan tanjakannya diperbesarkan.

Mereka juga mendesak agar petak letak kereta ditambah bagi menampung jumlah kenderaan pengunjung termasuk yang akan berurusan di Dewan Perdana yang boleh menempatkan kira-kira 1,000 orang di dalam Keramat Mall.

"(Pertemuan ini adalah) urutan daripada program turun padang kira-kira sebulan lalu di mana kami telah mendengar pandangan daripada peniaga dan pengguna.

"Pasar baru itu berharga RM56 juta dan hampir siap... hanya tinggal kerja-kerja penambahbaikan (seperti yang diminta oleh peniaga).

"Peniaga-peniaga tak puas hati terhadap beberapa ciri. Mereka takut ia akan menjejaskan perniagaan mereka," kata Raja Nong Chik kepada pemberita.

Menurut beliau, DBKL telah membuat kajian selepas program lawatan ke Keramat Mall pada 22 Mei lalu dan menemui beberapa jalan penyelesaian terbaik.

"Sepanjang sebulan lalu, DBKL telah mencadangkan beberapa perubahan khususnya kepada pasar basah.

"Mereka akan pindah (ke pasar baru) dalam masa tiga tahun. Kami akan buat tempat berasingan untuk mereka.

"Dalam masa tiga tahun ini juga, kerja-kerja akan dilakukan untuk menambah jumlah tempat letak kereta daripada 256 kepada kira-kira 600 petak yang cukup untuk kegunaan pelanggan dan juga tetamu majlis yang dibuat di dalam Dewan Perdana," jelasnya.

Menurut beliau, apabila Keramat Mall siap kelak, DBKL akan membantu program pemindahan peniaga barang kering ke situ, yang dijangka dilakukan pada Oktober.

"Proses pengundian (petak) untuk peniaga pasar kering, gerai berkunci dan lain-lain akan dibuat pada Ogos dan pemindahan dibuat selepas hari raya.

"Pada pertemuan hari ini juga para peniaga meminta diberikan diskaun sewa iaitu dibenarkan meniaga secara percuma untuk tempoh tertentu kerana ini tempat baru dan perniagaan belum stabil. Kami akan pertimbangkan," ujarnya.

DBKL dijangka mengenakan sewa bulanan antara RM150 hingga RM500 setiap petak mengikut keluasan.

Mengenai ruang kosong yang sebelumnya dikhaskan untuk pasar basah, beliau berkata, ia akan diisi oleh peniaga barangan kraf tangan.

"Kami akan bekerjasama dengan Kraftangan Malaysia untuk tujuan itu," ujarnya.

Beliau turut menafikan bahawa kos RM15 juta untuk pembinaan bangunan tambahan itu sebagai satu pembaziran.

"Kos itu termasuk pengambilan tanah. Ia bukan pembaziran kerana dengan konsep rakyat didahulukan, pencapaian diutamakan kita kena fikir faedah untuk jangka panjang

"Mengenai reka bentuk bangunan tambahan ini, DBKL dah ambil pandangan peniaga... mereka dah janji untuk masuk apabila siap.

"Kita kena pastikan aset-aset kerajaan ini akan digunakan secepat mungkin bagi mengelak pembaziran.

"DBKL akan bantu peniaga dengan mengadakan promosi," katanya sambil menambah bahawa pembinaannya akan dimulakan sebaik sahaja proses pengambilan tanah selesai.
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Old June 24th, 2009, 07:28 AM   #104
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'Kami puas hati langkah DBKL'

KUALA LUMPUR 23 Jun - Persatuan Penjaja-Penjaja dan Peniaga-Peniaga Kecil Melayu (PPPKM) Cawangan Datuk Keramat gembira dan berpuas hati dengan jalan penyelesaian yang diambil oleh kerajaan berhubung kemelut Keramat Mall.

Pengerusinya, Shoid Chee berkata, mereka bersetuju dengan cadangan-cadangan yang dikemukakan oleh Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur (DBKL) untuk menyelesaikan beberapa isu yang menyebabkan ahli-ahli PPPKM Datuk Keramat enggan berpindah ke pasar baru berkenaan sebelum ini.

"Kami gembira dan berpuas hati dengan pendekatan yang diambil oleh Menteri dan Datuk Bandar.

"Ini termasuk cadangan untuk membina bangunan tambahan itu," katanya selepas pertemuan dengan Menteri Wilayah Persekutuan, Senator Datuk Raja Nong Chik Raja Zainal Abidin dan Datuk Bandar, Datuk Ahmad Fuad Ismail di Menara DBKL di sini hari ini.

Menurutnya, Raja Nong Chik dan Ahmad Fuad telah menunjukkan sikap sedia mendengar pandangan rakyat.

"Inilah sikap seorang pemimpin," katanya.

Menurutnya, dalam pertemuan itu, Raja Nong Chik dan Ahmad Fuad juga meminta cadangan pihak persatuan mengenai kerja-kerja penambahbaikan yang perlu dilakukan.

"Mereka juga bersetuju mempertimbangkan cadangan kami agar tempat letak kereta dibina di tempat pemunggahan di bahagian belakang pasar kerana ia tidak diperlukan lagi kerana pasar basah akan bertempat di bangunan tambahan nanti," ujarnya.

Mengenai program pemindahan peniaga barang kering yang dijangka dilakukan pada Oktober ini, Shoid berkata, pihaknya tiada halangan walaupun tidak begitu bersetuju pemindahan dibuat secara berperingkat-peringkat.

Menurutnya, pihaknya bimbang pemindahan secara berperingkat akan menyebabkan perniagaan peniaga barang kering tidak berjalan lancar seperti diharapkan kerana ketiadaan pasar basah.

"Kita kena juga melihat kepada tujuan pembinaan pasar. Tujuan utama orang ke pasar kerana nak beli ikan, sayur, daging... barang basah. Barang kering seperti alat solek, kain baju dan sebagainya adalah sampingan sahaja.

"Tetapi kami tiada halangan. Persatuan tidak mahu dilihat menghalang jika ada yang hendak berpindah," ujarnya.

Sehubungan itu, pihaknya berharap DBKL memenuhi janjinya untuk membantu mempromosi Keramat Mall sebagai destinasi beli-belah di Lembah Keramat agar aktiviti perniagaan di situ menerima sambutan.
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RM15mil block coming up next to Keramat Mall
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AN additional RM15mil will be spent on constructing a five-storey block next to the just-completed RM56mil Keramat Mall modern market building at Datuk Keramat in Kuala Lumpur.

Federal Territories Minister Raja Datuk Nong Chik Raja Zainal Abidin announced this after a closed-door meeting with the Datuk Keramat Hawkers and Petty Traders Association at the Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL). Also present was Kuala Lumpur mayor Datuk Ahmad Fuad Ismail.

According to Nong Chik, the RM15mil will include the cost of land acquisition, of which the identified lots are currently occupied by workshops near the Keramat Mall.

“This annex extension will be a five-storey building, with the ground floor used for the wet market and the other four floors for parking,” he said.

“The DBKL is increasing the number of parking bays to about 600 lots so that traders, customers and those using the multi-purpose hall have enough parking spaces,” Nong Chik said.

There are currently only over 200 parking bays while the market is designed to house 448 business units, that include wet market stalls, shoplots and a food court, with facilities like a hall, bank, and post office.

There are about 124 wet market traders at the existing Datuk Keramat market, who would be housed inside the new annex building only in about three years time. Meanwhile, the wet market traders are still allowed to trade at the existing site.

However, as there are not enough stalls for all wet market traders, some of them would be housed at the completed main building.

Asked if building the new annex building was a waste of public funds as there are already 124 wet market stalls built but not used, Fuad said that the DBKL would bring in handicraft traders to occupy the lots.

“This means more traders can come in and which gives more people the opportunity to earn an income,” he said.

Nong Chik and Fuad had last month visited the market building for a walkabout and to listen to feedback from the traders association.

The walkabout had exposed several weaknesses and problems which Nong Chik said he would discuss with the DBKL to rectify.

The modern complex has been a long-standing issue after its construction was delayed and traders who were supposed to move in had been reluctant to do so, citing that their demands were not met and that they were unhappy with certain features.

The DBKL has proposed to make several changes to the facilities provided.

Nong Chik said, meanwhile, that the dry market traders might have to move in by October after the Hari Raya festive season. The drawing of lots is in August.

This would involve some 297 operators for the dry market, shoplot units and food court. “The government has spent a lot of money building this place and we have to make sure these assets are well-utilised,” Nong Chik said.

He said the traders had asked for a lower rental, and the request was being considered.

“We are determined to make this market successful, which is why we have to spend more,” Nong Chik said.
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