This 138-metre-high monstrosity, near the proposed Maha Boulevard in Maha City appears to be coming to Langkawi soon and is set to mar the natural beauty of the island.
Category: Development issues
This is an interesting view that suggests – and I tend to believe – that state governments could do a lot more to protect the interests of long-time settlers and established communities from the onslaught of property development, especially the high-end variety catering to the well-heeled. (more…)
It is the biggest land reclamation project in the country with a density that is similar to Mont’ Kiara in KL. When completed the reclaimed land will cover an area equivalent to five Pulau Jerejaks. It will have a massive impact on the livelihood of fisherfolk as the area has the largest bed of sea grass in the country. (more…)
The PBA’s decision to reduce the proposed tariff hike for the construction sector by 35 per cent sends a wrong signal. It was only recently that it was announced that water tarrifs would be hiked to encourage conservation and avoid rationing in the light of declining water levels at dams. (more…)