`


THERE IS NO GOD EXCEPT ALLAH
read:
MALAYSIA Tanah Tumpah Darahku

LOVE MALAYSIA!!!





Friday, August 31, 2012

SPNB HOUSING IN KINARUT, SABAH NOT FINISHED





UNCOMPLETED..... Onong and Andrew Lee in front of the uncompleted Tmn Kinarut Ria housing.

THE PEOPLE in Kinarut near Kota Kinabalu City complained to the Sabah DAP Wanita Chief Puan Noriah Onong concerning the housing project here, Taman Kinarut Ria, which has not been completed.

The people already fed up with the many years of frustrated wait. They have been looking at the empty flats here for years, and just don’t know when exactly they can move in. This project looks having difficulty, and it seems that their wait is going to prolong.
Puan Onong was accompanied by the KK MP Hiew King Cheu and his Special assistant Andrew Lee Chee Kiong to inspect the SPNB flats in Kinarut and found that the many blocks of flats comprising of 725 units of low and medium cost flats is practically completed.

The reason on why the flats are still not allowed for occupancy is unknown. According to a few workers who are doing the maintenance and security work said they also don’t know what is happening. Their work is to clean or repair minor defects on the building.

Puan Onong said it is a pity that the 725 units of flats here cannot be allowed for occupancy. The nearby kampongs folks who wish to move in to their flats here had been suffering, and have to continue to stay in the wooden house in the kampongs. Their living condition cannot be improved due to the delay and they are not happy at all.

This is not the only SPNB housing project facing trouble in Sabah, and many people said the SPNB housing projects are under the Ministry of Finance why the projects are facing difficulties like this. It is not logical and there must be something serious wrong. It may be the contractors are having problem or the SPNB cannot pay their contractors.

SPNB must explain all the reasons related to each of the project in Sabah, so that the buyers or the people who rent the units can have the details and make future planning. They demand the SPNB to immediately get the housing ready for them to move in without any further delay. They said the election is getting very close now, and they shall have to make up their mind on who to vote later.

The promises of “a roof for everyone” are empty promises by the BN, and all these didn’t being fulfilled.(DAP Media)

24 comments:

  1. I think the authorities should give explanation on this.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Masalah ini harus diselesaikan dengan baik.

    ReplyDelete
  3. The government will solve this problem asap.

    ReplyDelete
  4. SAPP wanted to make headlines again.

    ReplyDelete
  5. the authority should take action immediately

    ReplyDelete
  6. kenapa tidak komplen terus dengan pihak pemaju? komplen dengan DAP, apa mereka boleh buat? sekadar mengambil kesempatan disebalik kesempitan..

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Mungkin mereka berasa komplen kepada pemaju tiada penyelesaian. baik juga kepada parti yang boleh bersuara untuknya.

      Delete
  7. lebih baik memberi penjelasan sebelum masalah bertambah serius.

    ReplyDelete
  8. kenapa pula belum disiapakan lagi?

    ReplyDelete
  9. Satu lagi kegagalan projek yang dijalankan? Adalag harus kerajaan memastikan kesemua projek dijalan lancar dan disiap dalam tempoh.

    ReplyDelete
  10. Pemaju yang gagal melaksanakan projek harus disenarai hitamkan.

    ReplyDelete
  11. Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak is expected to also touch on affordable housing in the Budget 2013, said Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk Seri Chor Chee Heung.

    ReplyDelete
  12. He said the prime minister was very concerned about the issue, and would ask about it at every Cabinet meeting.

    ReplyDelete
  13. "I don't know what is he going to say, but he will say something in the budget to show his concern regarding the issue," he told reporters after attending the ministry's Aidilfitri gathering.

    ReplyDelete
  14. On a related matter, Chor said the ministry was in the midst of preparing a paper, listing the issues and measures recommended regarding the issue, which would be passed to Cabinet meeting next week as a guide to the government.

    ReplyDelete
  15. He said the ideas were generated through three seminars and roundtable discussion with stakeholders including the Real Estate and Housing Developers’ Association Malaysia (Rehda), house buyers associations, architects associations and other professionals.

    ReplyDelete
  16. "For example, now those with monthly income of RM3,000-RM7,000, it is difficult for them to buy houses because they are not affordable enough and the most they can go is for houses priced not exceeding RM400,000.

    ReplyDelete
  17. "To buy a house which costs RM400,000 maybe they have to go a great distance from their workplace. Hopefully the government could come in fast enough to help alleviate this situation," he said.

    ReplyDelete
  18. Saying the issue was not only faced by Malaysia but also other countries like China and the United Kingdom as well, Chor said the government's initiatives regarding the issue had started with the 1Malaysia Housing Programme (PR1MA) which was launched two years ago, offering houses priced from RM120,000-RM300,000.

    ReplyDelete
  19. "The ministry also has been helping the federal government to provide public housing to those who earn a household income of a maximum RM2,500 a month.

    ReplyDelete
  20. "Although there is still a lot to be done but so far we have done quite well because every state has public housing with Sabah the most," he said.

    ReplyDelete

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.