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    31 ‘sick’ projects given new life in May


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    PUTRAJAYA: In May, 31 private housing projects that were previously delayed or abandoned have successfully undergone rehabilitation, according to Deputy Local Government Development Minister Akmal Nasrullah Mohd Nasir.

    Out of these projects, 28 have obtained the Certificate of Completion and Compliance (CCC), while the remaining three projects have resumed construction, Nasrullah shared. This update was given during a media briefing on the current status of delayed and abandoned projects. The rehabilitation efforts in May involved a total of 3,299 housing units, as reported by Bernama.

    Since the establishment of an action committee in December 2020 to oversee private housing projects facing delays and abandonment, a total of 149 “sick” projects have been rehabilitated, Nasrullah revealed. These projects encompassed 17,436 housing units with an estimated value of RM15.2bil, either obtaining CCC or having resumed construction.

    “Our committee remains committed to facilitating the resolution of issues to expedite the completion process and issuance of CCC,” Nasrullah emphasized.

    Additionally, Nasrullah noted that the number of delayed projects has decreased from 141 to 124 as of May 31.

    Credit: The Star : News Feed

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