Monday, June 13, 2011

Residents infuriated by City Hall’s inconsiderate move -Bukit OUG

Residents infuriated by City Hall’s inconsiderate move -

Bukit OUG residents in Kuala Lumpur are concerned over the safety of their property after parcels of land in the neighbourhood were cleared, leaving a hillslope exposed.

The DBKL also recently put up another signboard to inform the public that an application has been received to increase the density of the middle plot of land from 60 people per acre to 500 and to build four blocks of 31 to 33-storey flats with six levels of car park.

He said the bridge along Jalan 3/155 was also not very stable and had previously sunk at the ends due to heavy traffic.

Kok said she has been told that the bridge was a temporary one and nothing has been done to upgrade the bridge or widen it.

“I used to stay around here and it would take me at least 15 minutes just to get out of the area onto Jalan Awan Besar and the situation is worse now.

“What would happen to the traffic with all this additional developments?” said Kok.

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