Tuesday, June 7, 2011


Communication unit to address residents’ concerns - StarProperty.my

SP Setia Sdn Bhd has been picked to redevelop the ageing Seri Johor, Seri Pulau Pinang and Seri Melaka low-cost apartments and the Taman Ikan Emas low-cost homes in Bandar Tun Razak, Cheras.

The Sustainable People’s Housing for Urban Renewal project is part of the government’s urban renewal programme to inject life into decaying and ageing townwhips and slum areas in the Federal Capital.

The project undertaken by the Federal Territories and Urban Wellbeing Ministry and City Hall will see many old low-cost housing projects in the city being redeveloped to provide the urban poor better living conditions.

The renewal programme includes demolishing old low-cost flats and houses and rebuilding units with more rooms and living space that are more conducive and with better facilities, said Nong Chik.
“Other areas proposed for this redevelopment projects are San Peng in Pudu, Kg Kerinchi and Sri Pahang in Pantai Dalam and other areas in the city with flats over 30 years old. “This project is initiated to provide KL-ites with better living conditions and enhance their quality of life,’’ Nong Chik said.


  1. Finally I am able to post comment using my id :)

  2. Yay, Kg Kerinchi is in the list!

  3. Also dont forget 1Malaysia Maintenance Fund, I think Kg Kerinchi is part of the beneficiary too