A development too far


View from the top: Aerial view of the retention pond being filled for new development in Taman Wahyu.

A COUPLE of years ago, a group of Taman Tun Dr Ismail (TTDI) residents protested when they discovered that about 1,800 high-end serviced apartments and a separate 350 units of affordable housing will be built on about 12 acres of the 25-acre Taman Rimba Kiara.

They are not opposed to the 350 units meant for family members of former rubber estate families who have been living there for about 40 years.

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