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‘No more land for Pahang developers who fail to deliver’

'No more land for Pahang developers who fail to deliver'

21/3/2021 2:51:00 AM

'No more land for Pahang developers who fail to deliver'

KUANTAN: Stern action, including stopping the granting of new land, has been taken against housing developers who fail to develop the land given, said Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Wan Rosdy Wan Ismail.

“They need to develop the land given to them. Not doing so is a loss to the people and state government, especially when there are parties interested to develop the land.“If the appointed developer fails to build or complete houses within the stipulated period, we will take it back and offer it to other developers who can fulfil the task, ” he said.

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Wan Rosdy said this to reporters after the Pahang 1Malaysia People’s Housing Scheme (PR1MA) key handover ceremony at Perumahan Makmur Gambang Jaya 2, Gambang, here yesterday.“The housing aspect is one of the state government’s priorities to ensure that the people of Pahang can buy a house at an affordable price as owning a home is everyone’s dream, ” he said.

He said the 1,000 sq ft PR1MA Pahang single-storey terrace house was offered at a sale price of RM165,499 apart from Rumah Makmur which cost RM80,000 per unit for eligible buyers.On the PR1MA Pahang project in Gambang Jaya 2, Wan Rosdy said it involved the construction of 203 houses in two phases, with the first phase involving 161 units including semi-detached houses and single-storey bungalows while the second phase was still in the planning stage. — Bernama headtopics.com

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