Mixed reaction to Forest City project


Johor Real Estate Housing and Developers Association (REHDA) branch chairman Hoe Mee Ling(pic) anticipated that it would be

JOHOR BARU: There has been mixed reaction to the multi-billion-ringgit Forest City Project following the securing of approval from the Department of Environment (DOE).

While property consultants welcome the project as an iconic one for the state, other stakeholders such as fishermen have voiced their concerns about how the project would negatively impact their livelihood.

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