Saturday, 11 July 2020
With restrictions on the outflow of funds from China, what kind of impact will this have on the sales of property especially those on waterfront or reclaimed land in Malaysia? Are we in danger of creating ghost cities, where...
Someone from the Penang Chinese Chamber of Commerce has said, "If you ask me or the young, they want Penang to be similar to Singapore and Hong Kong where there are plenty of economic prospects." Once again, we have a...
The MBPP has to explain this project on a 5.0ha plot of land on environmentally sensitive steep hillslopes. About two thirds of the plot is above the Penang Structure Plan threshold of 250 feet above sea level. The plot...
As the ringgit depreciates and as US quantitative easing tapers off, the era of low interest rates and cheap credit via bonds - the primary drivers of speculative investment - could soon end. Could that, in turn, lead to...
Some time in 2010, a public uproar erupted when it was quietly revealed that the maximum density would be raised to 87 homes per acre from 15-30 per acre previously. It had been assumed that 87 units per acre...