Proposed Johor multi-billion-ringgit Forest City Project scaled down

Johor Health and Environment executive committee chairman Datuk Ayub Rahmat (pic) confirmed that he had been informed that the DOE had given the nod for the project to resume.

JOHOR BARU: The controversial multi-billion-ringgit Forest City Project, which was suspended for about six months, has finally been given the green light to resume, after being scaled down by at least 30%.

The project, which was initially slated to cover 1,978ha, has now been scaled down by approximately 610ha to 1,368.05ha.

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