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Thursday, December 1, 2011

MPSJ to discuss revised development project in Bandar Sunway with residents

The Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) will call for a discussion with residents to address the issue of a proposed revision for a development project in PJS 7, Bandar Sunway.

MPSJ president Datuk Asmawi Kasbi said the details of the discussion would be decided by the MPSJ’s Urban Planning Department, but it was tentatively scheduled for January next year.

“Developer Ceria Pujangga Sdn Bhd had submitted an application to revise the planning permission for the layout plan for the project,” he said.

“Their proposal is to revise the residential units from apartments to smaller sized Soho units. In principle, the MPSJ will still retain the plot ratio of five.”

The developer had submitted an application to revise the layout plan for two multi-storey blocks by increasing the number of residential units.

According to the minutes of the MPSJ’s One-Stop Centre Committee’s meeting, the proposed revision would have 629 Soho units compared with 166 service apartments at one block, and 332 service apartments compared with 166 service apartments at another block.

Councillor R. Rajiv highlighted the issue at the MPSJ full board meeting, citing residents’ concerns of the expected increase in traffic should the revised project be approved.

He suggested that MPSJ delay the approval for the application to revise the project, pending a discussion with residents to address their concerns.

Councillor K. Arumugam, who sits in the MPSJ’s One-Stop Centre Committee, said construction for the project had commenced with one block having completed its foundation process.

Asmawi explained that the developer probably wanted to revise the project due to its proximity to Taylor’s College, hence the revision to cater to the student population.

“The MPSJ will call for a discussion with the residents and explain about the revision,” he said.

“From there, a decision will be made as to whether to allow the project to continue or bring the matter to the State Planning Committee.” On the status of approval for the project, Asmawi said it remains status quo as per the originally approved plan.

By The Star

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